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  • lilo777
    Apr 18, 04:40 PM
    So, are we talking about these patents?

    Inventors: Zadesky; Stephen Paul; (Portola Valley, CA) ; Lynch; Stephen Brian; (Alamo, CA)
    Correspondence Address:




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  • Skoal
    Apr 18, 03:25 PM
    Good God Apple, whatever!





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  • RichP
    Aug 7, 08:55 PM
    So..I have one on order too, not sure if I am all that excited, which sounds ridiculous. Ive been holding out replacing my 1.8G5 for a while, and my plan was to get a cheapo quad g5 once these things came out, but the 2.66 quad is pretty damn cheap compared to what the old quad was. Hell, ebay wont have deals on used G5 quads that are worth the "used" risk for ages now.

    About the RAM, I ordered mine with the Radeon card, which will postpone my order some. By then, someone will have one of these machines, and figure out what the deal is with the RAM heatsinks so I can order more..i hope :o

    edit: dont forget, you get a free nano with edu purchase!





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  • kntgsp
    Apr 24, 04:52 AM
    Apple's problem is that they put "Looks" before performance.

    They crippled their chances of ever becoming a serious competitor to the PC for games due to deciding to use giant laptops on a stand which meant they could not cool any decent graphics cards, handing the gaming crown to the PC for years on a plate.

    As for the future who knows.

    That issue could have been largely solved if they had just faced a standard high end GPU with the intake facing towards the back and the exhaust on the side. But Apple is too vain to put a vent on the rear of the iMac to accomodate the intake of a high quality GPU, let alone a slim exhaust vent on the side.

    If they had simply used a standard GPU like that it would have opened up quality gaming on the Mac and made it simple to upgrade to newer cards so that people didn't have to chuck the entire computer every time they wanted a new video card.





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  • dukebound85
    Apr 10, 06:02 PM
    I don't see how you can say that. None the less how anyone can confidently answer this question.

    You arrive at 288 by multiplying 48/2 * (9+3), but that is assuming multiplication is the implied operator.


    Multiplication is always what you do when there is a term directly adjacent the ()


    balamw & dukebound85:
    You guys are making too many assumptions.

    Following your thought process, the original post is not properly written then?

    No assumptions are being made to get 288, but assumptions are being made to get 2. That is the point

    There is nothing wrong with how the original post is written from a mathematical point of view as it produces a definite result.

    However, if the author of the equation meant for all that to be under the denominator, it is not properly written.

    If he did not mean for it to be, it is written in a proper manner but could be written in a clearer form such as (48/2)(9+3). However, that is identical to 48/2(9+3)





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  • Jape
    Nov 12, 08:29 AM
    So now BTL says that the shipment is coming in on 12-2. What happend to 11-11? How do you all feel about this? I personally am not sure if I should cancel or not.





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  • kreatre2011
    Apr 25, 10:00 AM
    Am I the only one who sees the threat of moving to Android as a petty attempt to get Steve to reply? The writer of this email obviously didn't do any research, and he obviously doesn't understand that Steve would see right through a threat like that. This whole thing is a non-issue. I don't care if someone knows where my iPhone has been. I'm worried about far more important things such as protecting my financial information, which I keep in an encrypted disk image in case my laptop gets stolen.





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  • Truffy
    Jan 12, 09:45 AM
    There is no reason to put anti-virus software on your Mac!

    It will not protect you from anything that is out there.

    Sophos may be a reputable company or it may not be but you do not need this and it can only harm your system and promote a business that feeds on fear.

    We (the Mac community) should not let the security industry get a toe hold in OSX.
    This is quite ignorant on a number of levels:

    1. Trojans do exist for OSX, although unless you're logged in as admin (and who routinely operates their Mac like that? :rolleyes:) the request to install should alert you to something wrong.

    2. Security through obscurity is no security at all, especially as OSX and iOS become more mainstream.

    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.

    Even Apple seems to think so, or is ClamXav no longer installed by default on OSX (server)?





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  • JAT
    Apr 25, 11:16 AM
    Where do people get the idea that Google collects location data regardless of whether or not you selected Agree on the popup?

    Probably because their gps features work on their phones. And the fact they can make phone calls. :rolleyes:
    But keep in mind that the data might be wrong. I typed in my real name and it came up with me . . . but with details oddly wrong. Multiple accounts that could be me, but in each case with wrong data. I clearly have messed up some databases along the way (good).
    According to that site, there are 7 people in my family. I'm going to start counting that many on my tax return! The extra cash could buy me a MBP every year.
    It's funny how people are panicking about this, but not the Geo-Map feature on any photo taken with an iPhone. Which can be pinpointed to 50m of where you took the photo.
    Or any good "real" camera, too.
    Wow, I just realised I've been on this forum for quite a while.
    Pffftt! Newbie, you're not even in the first 6000 to sign up! ;)
    You're holding it wrong. Non-Issue.
    Technically, that was an opinion. The issue today sounded more like he was stating facts. So, let's actually look at them...

    Looks factual to me. See bold.

    [Caveat: this is an old copy, it's from last year sometime]

    Information about nearby cell towers and Wi-Fi access points is collected and sent to
    Apple with the GPS coordinates of the device, if available: (1) when a customer requests current
    location information and (2) automatically, in some cases, to update and maintain databases with
    known location information. In both cases, the device collects the following anonymous
    information:
    Cell Tower Information: Apple collects information about nearby cell towers,
    such as the location of the tower(s), Cell IDS, and data about the strength of the
    signal transmitted from the towers. A Cell ID refers to the unique number
    assigned by a cellular provider to a cell, a defined geographic area covered by a
    cell tower in a mobile network. Cell IDS do not provide any personal information
    about mobile phone users located in the cell. Location, Cell ID, and signal
    strength information is available to anyone with certain commercially available
    software.
    Wi-Fi Access Point Information: Apple colIects information about nearby Wi-Fi
    access points, such as the location of the access point(s), Media Access Control
    (MAC) addresses, and data about the strength and speed of the signal transmitted
    by the access point(s). A MAC address (a term that does not refer to Apple
    products) is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer to a network adapter or
    network interface card ("NIC"). The address provides the means by which a
    computer or mobile device is able to connect to the Internet. MAC addresses do
    not provide any personal information about the owner of the network adapter or
    NIC. Anyone with a wireless network adapter or NIC can identify the MAC
    address of a Wi-Fi access point. Apple does not collect the user-assigned name of
    the Wi-Fi access point (known as the "SSID," or service set identifier) or data
    being transmitted over the Wi-Fi network (known as "payload data").
    So, the only way for this data to become "personal", is for a cop/hacker to actually take it from YOUR device/computer. Apple's copy has no personal data.





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  • tblrsa
    Apr 25, 10:28 AM
    Right, and boy is there misinformation being spread right in this thread. Apple is NOT collecting this data, your iPhone is. It goes NOWHERE.

    As I said, it isn't even doing that for me as I deleted that file on my Mac. Hey, instead of running around with your hair on fire, just delete that file. Wow, that's easy!

    Naah, better to pretend this is one big conspiracy from Apple and spread misinformation. Hey, I know, let me contradict Steve's explicit statements. I sure know who I trust more: anonymous snipers on the Internet over Steve Jobs.

    Unfortunately it�s not THAT easy. First, to delete the file you need to apply a jailbreak to your device. If you delete it on your Mac, pretty sure it will be recreated on your next device sync. Second, I�m sure the consolidated.db is not used by Apple themselves, BUT I guess it�s used by their advertising partners. I bet certain Apps will be able to access it to show localized iAds to the user. And to top it all off, Apple hasn�t asked for my permission to collect this data.





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  • MythicFrost
    Apr 23, 08:59 PM
    5120x2880 on a 27" iMac? :eek: :D :) :D :eek: :apple:





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  • gkarris
    May 4, 03:31 PM
    Usually, "Preferred" means one will be more readily available (download) than the other (Physical).

    So will this mean waiting in long lines and trying to beat scalpers?

    Apple items are the quickest way of making money lately... :eek:





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  • applesith
    May 6, 12:39 AM
    This is the biggest load of ************ I have ever seen on this site. Why would Apple redesign everything in their notebooks to make this switch? What is gained by switching?





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  • AaronEdwards
    Apr 26, 03:55 PM
    Just a sample size of one, but I'm a good example of a customer that Apple might not get:

    Sprint user for years. Good discounts, etc. and the service has worked fine for me over the years. For me to switch carriers for an iPhone I'd spend $40-$50 a month more. As much as I want an iphone (I own a 3gs I use internationally and really like it), unless Apple and Sprint make a deal I'm probably gonna end up with an Android phone to replace my barely functional Palm Pre. I'm heading out of the country for a couple months, hopefully Sprint has the iPhone when I return, haha...

    Another name for a sample size of one. An anecdote... ;)





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  • danielbriggs
    Sep 15, 04:56 PM
    The MBP already feels like its about to literally melt on my desk now, and that's with the 31W Core Duo.



    I think they should stick an old "Prescot" chip in and do a live webcast of a macbook pro liquidate itself!

    :D Cool!

    Liquid laptops! Literally! :p





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  • Number 41
    Apr 20, 07:27 AM
    This update is not good enough, apple. Do more.

    8 megapixel camera with 1080P recording.
    64GB option
    Dual core processor

    Those updates are not good enough for a device that gets an update only once a year.

    Here's another one:

    Stop making phones out of effing glass!

    5 people I know have had shattered glass (on either the front or the back) of their iPhone 4s less than year into ownership. It's a bloody phone -- it's not a museum piece or collectible. It's going to get used, it's going to get dropped or fall off a table occasionally, and it needs to be at least minimally able to survive a 2 year contract.





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  • mr.steevo
    Mar 29, 09:00 PM
    Problem is, as I said before, Apple sells worldwide. And most of the world couldn't possibly care less if a product is made in the USA or in Japan. We want it to be as good as it is now, at the best price. America can't do that, can it? Prince increase = sales decrease.

    Yep.

    I could care less if something is made in the good 'ole US of A, Japan, China, India, Belgium, Korea, Finland or Tibet.

    I don't live there.

    What I care about is if it is good quality and is affordable.





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  • TequilaBoobs
    Nov 25, 10:16 PM
    Would you believe agent Maxwell Smart?

    https://www.cia.gov/spy_fi/graphics/shoe_phone.jpg

    thats wat im talking abooot, but i hope apple cleans up the interface a bit... hehe





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  • iMikeT
    Sep 11, 02:26 AM
    I hope that the free iPod nano educational deal is still in effect if new iPods are released this week.





    kbonnel
    Aug 7, 01:54 PM
    Quite a nice update, can't wait to see the disassembly photos that are sure to come :)

    Kimo





    Seryph
    Mar 31, 04:24 AM
    I'm wondering how many people commenting on this thread and saying that Lion is terrible/UI is ****/Apple have failed... have actually used Lion? Hell, I'm sure they'll all claim they have as there's no way to prove it, but I have to be honest it sounds like a lot of these people haven't actually had their hands on the update. I have, and while I doubted Apple a little before it's great once you try it out. Still, isn't it nice that people are allowed opinions... it would just be nice if those opinions were based on an actual personal experience rather than watching videos and reading websites.

    :)





    StickNutzman
    Mar 28, 09:45 AM
    That's just getting complacent in my opinion, people like myself like changing phones yearly, no new iPhone means no return business, I'll try something else instead, bad move if true.

    Sure you will. :rolleyes:





    -aggie-
    May 4, 11:46 AM
    Has anyone noticed this is the prefect game for mscriv, since he never has to post? :D

    BTW, DP serves at the discretion of the Wizard.





    avn
    Apr 5, 01:19 PM
    bad :apple:



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