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  • -Ken-
    Apr 7, 10:02 AM
    I wonder if this affects HP's Touchpad. HP has deep pockets as well though.





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  • 7thMac
    Nov 5, 05:32 PM
    I haven't heard the business argument. So businesses with Linux must also be running AV software? How many Mac viruses have there been in the wild?





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  • Brick
    Sep 16, 08:44 AM
    Ok people, how's this? I ordered a 17" MBP on Sep 8. I upgraded the ram and hard drive. It was supposed to ship yesterday, the 15th.

    I checked my order status today and the ship date has changed to October 2! I also received an e-mail from Apple stating that there were unexpected delays.

    I held out hoping for a C2D but broke down and bought on the 8th. I was all excited that it was going to ship yesterday. I don't even care so much about a C2D, I just want my Mac. But here's hoping anyway.





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  • tripjammer
    Apr 20, 09:45 AM
    will only upgrade if the coolest features of iOS 5 can't be run on 3GS...otherwise, i'll wait another year for iPhone 6.

    Why would you hold on to an old Iphone when you can sell it for at least $150 or more? I know people who sold their Iphone 3Gs right after the Iphone 4 came out for close to $300. We will all be able to do the same when the Iphone 5 comes out...sell you old Iphone 4 and get the Iphone 5. ATT usually lets you upgrade every year.

    And September is only 2 months later than usual...





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  • Hildron101010
    Mar 30, 08:09 PM
    A company called Ten's Complement is working on ZFS and expect it to be released by this summer.

    http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2011/03/how-zfs-is-slowly-making-its-way-to-mac-os-x.ars

    Cool, ZFS coming to OS X wouldn't be a negative thing at all. If it comes, great.





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  • Eldiablojoe
    May 3, 10:06 PM
    I'm okay following DP for the moment. I'm not so sure that the sequence is as pivotal as portrayed. I think it would be an obvious place, the first starting room, to place vital objects, so exploring is a must. I'm not sure I agree that the "Move, Explore" sequence is more advantageous than the "Explore, Move" sequence. Keeping in mind that we get attacked the moment we move into a room, so we would want to explore it after a monster is vanquished.

    Now that she's mi esposa, maybe I can get Beatrice to finally make me a sandwich.

    PS-- The BLOWjoe joke is not really as funny as you think it is. It's easier to refer to me as either Dante or EDJ.





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  • macdoodled
    May 7, 12:49 PM
    now mac 10.4 512 we have to pay multitudes
    to have access to the mac mail we bought

    with cox cable slower than h3ll high speed internet
    CONSTANTLY RELOADING
    JUST TO SEE AND WRITE an EMAIL
    ON WHAT LOOKS LIKE A CHEEZY FREE EMAIL PLATFORM
    IS MADDENING.

    MULTI DISABLED AND TYRING TO AVOID HOMELESSNESS
    again
    - another help to slow me down or give up food income to fix isn't what i needed.





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  • rlhamil
    Mar 30, 07:16 PM
    Dear Apple

    PLEASE can we have a UI update, even if it's a minor one (for instance, iTunes 10 scrollbars rather than the blue aqua ones). Just some extra polish really.

    Signed

    iFanboy

    The blue scrollbars look like the blue glow on the warp nacelles of NCC-1701D.

    I like them.

    Signed,

    nerdy as ever





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  • RalfTheDog
    Apr 7, 12:52 PM
    it was a joke in reference to your snarky comment relax.
    It might be a joke, but you did have a point. If you don't like the products Apple makes, buy something else. I don't like many choices Microsoft makes with their operating systems. I don't buy them.





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  • Eidorian
    Aug 4, 10:55 AM
    Give me a break. People voted negative on this because they are waiting on merom MBPs and now think that, contrary to they're hopes and prayers the past few weeks, that the Merom MBP revisions wont be out until september. This is no clandestine PC-clone smear campaign. who's it going to effect? This forum is full of the faithful, messing around here isn't going to change national opinion of Microsoft or apple products. It's not Steve Ballmer twisting his handlebar mustaches as he chortles to himself, going from one article to the next, voting negative at each. Let's get real here.You sir are correct.





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  • dr Dunkel
    Apr 20, 01:01 AM
    It is not necessary it is not better, although I know some of you think anytime has anything with a bigger number in it you think Apple needs to follow. That is not how they work. They make whole devices, they don't just compile disparate parts with no real rhyme or reason.

    But if it would have gotten the 4" screen it would have been just right, right? I love this "if Apple does something, it is great and if they don't, it's not needed anyway" - regardless of what it is... Haters gonna hate, but maniacs are blind.





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  • kalsta
    May 6, 11:52 AM
    Well they are not really french:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_fries

    Right. That's the irony of it.

    Or megaWatts. Look into large generators and data center infrastructure.

    Okay. 'No one' was a hyperbole.

    Gosh, I can't get anything past you guys today! ;)





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  • iGary
    Sep 11, 06:50 AM
    To recap:

    No MBP, no MB....

    iPod video device, maybe movie service and maybe streaming device.

    That's it. :)





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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 20, 06:37 AM
    I'll take it!





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  • netdog
    Jul 31, 04:28 AM
    Let me rephrase that: I think we're all getting way too ahead of ourselves. The source of this all is some "tech-unsavvy photographer that Apple hires" according to another crappy tech website. I don't know if it's true or not, but we're all just way too ahead of ourselves with free phone calls through AirPort or whatever.

    I'll be VERY surprised if the Apple phone doesn't support Wifi.

    I'll be very surprised if iChat doesn't start supporting phone calls.

    I be somewhat surprised if the Apple phone doesn't support Skype, though they may develop an iChat to compete with Skype (a mistake in my opinion).





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  • utwarreng
    Mar 28, 12:00 PM
    Sort of relieved no iPhone 5 announcements, Im firmly bogged down into a 2 year contract.

    There will always be some people who are "bogged down" in their 2 year contracts. That's the whole reason I didn't buy an iPhone 4 last year, and now that it's almost time for my contract to be up, I'm looking forward to the iPhone 5. Not everyone is on the same contract schedule, so while this may have you very "glad" my 3GS is on its last leg, and I'm sorely disappointed that the iPhone 5 may be delayed past the normal 2 year release schedule.

    Think about how that will screw things up as well for people who will buy the iPhone 7 in two more years if release is delayed until September if they go back to their normal release of late June. That's two-three months of having their iPhone 5 while the iPhone 7 is already shipping.

    The ripple effect of moving the release date back by a few months is actually a lot larger than most people think. Especially if the push back is a one-time thing, and they go back to June releases afterwards.

    A late-breaking thought I just had, would they even WANT to release in September anyway? They already do iPod updates every September, so I doubt they would want to have two large events in the same month.





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  • blow45
    Mar 29, 07:51 PM
    A better battery is highly improbable. However if you only look at the dark side of an event you pass up any chance of benefitting from it. Certainly it isn't good to have your nukes melt down but this is also a learning opportunity. That is if people can look at what is happening objectively. If all you see is people getting irradiated then you aren't looking at the bigger picture.

    yeah we should all be glad we 'll be getting that good japanese radiation soon, and that Tokyo which isn't the closest place to the nuclear disaster is 1.1 times the alarm limit in radiation. Leave it, your comment is very, very callous in view of what the Japanese people and humanity in general are facing. Btw, were you making the same comments for Chernobyl? That, sure it's bad, but we are going to learn from it so that's good? Let me tell you something, cause you seem young, we can't afford to learn by nuclear disasters, we should have learned already what we needed to have learned (back in the cold war era), because you don't get many chances with radiation, and even one disaster, is one disaster too many. I am sure people born with severely damaged internal organs, or with dysmorphias and teratogenesis will appreciate your "argument".

    Well, I'm glad to see that Macrumors and Apple are at least able to focus on the big picture: product availability.

    lol, very true, and funny, in a very tragic way of course... while this site is steeped in pc, it's obviously very much lacking in common sensibilities and a sense of shared humanity, if I were (god forbid) one of the thousands of homeless or people being irradiated (I shudder to think btw what pregnant women must be feeling like in Japan...the dread is unfathomable) in Japan, and I came here to read about product availability with not an inkling of the suffering and cost in human life, I would really, really want to slap a few people around after that....





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  • clientsiman
    Mar 29, 01:29 PM
    Yeah :( all the meteorologists had no idea an earthquake this big could be triggered by LiPo batteries.

    Meteorologist??? I guess you mean the Geologists.

    I hope that Japan recover fast from this terrible catastrophe.





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  • professor08
    Apr 20, 05:07 AM
    If you can have a bigger screen without a physically larger device size and weight, then yes, it is necessarily better.

    I dont agree. A 4" screen would be larger real estate, but that would mean developers would have to rewrite their apps to fit the new size. For example, the iPad has an obviously larger screen space, which means that developers had to scale their software up to match, because lets face it, the 2x button just makes things look like pixels and thats just awful, this is not SNES system.
    But the iPad has similar dimensions and screen ratio. But a 4" display would makes things look stretched, so developers would have to code each app to fit the new stretched screen. This would also be quite annoying on the app store, looking for apps which work on 3g, 3gs, i4 and i5 and iPad and iPad 2. It would just become a nuisance to download an app to see its stretched on older phones. this wouldn't be a good move by apple just yet. Apple like to care for older tech users, the 3g and 3gs users, and this larger screen would make apps not run as smoothly.





    Yankee617
    Apr 20, 08:46 AM
    I'll be buying that phone as my first iDevice :)

    I just upgraded to a (2011) 13" MBP and I'm still trying to get a 32 GB iPad 2 (Wi-Fi only) as my first iOS device. I'm giving my old (2010) 13" MBP to a friend.

    But later this year, when my mortgage is paid off, I might spring for my first iPhone (although i'm still concerned the small screen may be unmanageable for me... due to vision issues which may, or may not, be resolved later this year).

    Also, when my mortgage is paid off, I'll consider getting a MobileMe account and next year perhaps a 128 GB iPad 3 (Wi-Fi + LTE/G3 GSM). If I get that iPad 3, I'll give my old iPad 2 to a friend.

    But all this is a matter of treating myself to toys that I do not really need. First I need to focus on financial fundamentals like paying off my mortgage.





    GGJstudios
    Jan 12, 09:57 AM
    This is quite ignorant on a number of levels:
    It's not ignorant at all.
    1. Trojans do exist for OSX,
    Yes, a handful do, and they can be easily avoided with a reasonable dose of common sense.
    although unless you're logged in as admin (and who routinely operates their Mac like that?
    I do, as do many others. There is no problem running on an admin account, if you're even moderately aware of what you're doing.
    the request to install should alert you to something wrong.
    Exactly. See "common sense" remark above.
    2. Security through obscurity is no security at all, especially as OSX and iOS become more mainstream.
    The market share myth is ridiculous and has no basis in fact. The fact is, OSX has a larger market than ever before, growing by over a million Macs every month, and the number of malware threats is at an all-time low, the number of viruses is now zero.
    3. If you send files to friends, relations, or business colleagues with a less fortunate computing experience it would be playing nice not to pass on nasties to them.
    If they use even a tiny amount of the above-mentioned common sense, they already have anti-virus running on their computers. If not, they have a much larger exposure to malware from other sources than they do from a Mac user sending them a file. If someone stands in the middle of the freeway, my choosing to drive on a different road to avoid hitting them does nothing to ensure they're protected.
    Talk to GGJStudios about point #3. He will rip your head off and call you unprofessional :D
    No, he won't. He will, however, respectfully point out the fallacy of that argument.





    iSee
    Apr 26, 04:36 PM
    Good... there are a few things about iOS/iPhones that I don't like at all and that boil down to decisions by Apple and their partners to place limits where I don't think they need to be.

    Hopefully Apple starts to understand that these things matter and that they need to give people what they want.

    If not... Andriod here I come.





    lgutie20
    Mar 29, 02:32 PM
    Note that MS is dropping the standalone Zune hardware, and moving the Zune interface into Windows Phone 7.

    If your phone can do it all, why make standalone music players?

    They exist for the real music addicts. I really believe that if there is an iPod that will be the first to disappear it will be the Touch.





    seek3r
    May 6, 12:36 AM
    Very true. Listen to the man.
    There's many analysts that believe ARM will supersede Intel.

    Well, first of all, don't confuse *x86* with Intel. Intel has made ARM chips in the past (XScale, StrongARM), and might in the future (including a recent rumor about apple moving to using Intel's foundries for the A5 later in the year, and the A6 or whatever the next chip will be called). For that matter, there are other x86 designers and foundries (AMD and Global Foundries & VIA) and Intel has had several other arches of its own. Intel is the largest chipmaker in the world, ARM is a chip design corp that does excellent work and licenses their work to foundries and other design houses - they're not remotely similar companies except in the sense that they both work on CPUs.

    The ARM arch *may* one day supersede x86, but *Intel* isn't going anywhere anytime soon.

    In the short term I don't see that happening quite yet, ARM usually focuses on low power first, not performance, and while there is a convergence in the netbook/phone/tablet areas, an iMac, MP, or MBP based on any current ARM designs for example would be woefully underpowered compared to an x86 design.

    Apple licensing Mac OS X to Dell.

    If it were done well I can think of plenty of people that would like OSX Server on Poweredge blades



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