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  • nasty devil
    Apr 24, 12:46 AM
    Are the current iMacs not retina enough? Lol

    But I wouldn't mind, if prices are the same :D





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  • Stella
    Apr 5, 02:44 PM
    My beef is - Apple expect me to pay $99 to be able to put my own applications on my own device. On a yearly basis.

    I understand why apple do this - people *may* start side-loading applications and thus apple will lose downloads from its appstore ( i.e., free applications - you'd still *buy* your apps from the AppStore ).

    Having said that the amount of people that would go this route would be minimal, since you have to compile the application beforehand.. ( mention the word 'compile' alone is enough to deter people ). The majority would just stick to the convenience of AppStore.

    Yes, I understand why apple don't like Toyota doing this - its encouraging people to JB their device and potentially degrade their iOS experience, which then reflects upon Apple. However, people should only JB if they understand that doing so voids their warranty AND *may* degrade their device performance.

    Your quoting of 'Scion' is short sighted. Had Apple let this fly without comment - replace 'Scion' with 'Others' . Though, you may find the themes 'ugly' others may not.

    What smartphone company charges $1500 for a developer license?

    LOL! Did the policy change? iOS dev kit was free and the $99 was if you wanted to join the developers program. Either way... $99 to join a developers program is cheap. Yeah... not free... but not $1500 or more like many other companies who have developer programs.

    And yes, you do have your "right" to modify your iPhone as you see fit. But I have to agree with Apple on this one... encouraging people to JB for a silly and ugly Scion theme is not good commercial business. What they should say is "Void your Apple warrantee and install our ugly Scion theme". No company should encourage the public to do things that will bust their warrantee and Apple has the rights to "put the brakes" on this Toyota. :D

    Stella...You sound like your avatar sometimes.





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  • TheBobcat
    Nov 27, 08:37 AM
    I just really haven't seen a compelling reason to spend the money for a tablet PC/Mac.

    "You can write on it! And Take Notes!" Yeah...and? I can also spend 50 cents on a notebook and write on that too! Besides, I can type faster than I can write.

    "Home automation!" Maybe, if I made over $300,000 a year and could afford the smugness of turning my lights on and off with a computer as opposed to a light switch.

    I feel that a tablet to most people is just a giant PDA, and I really don't see myself using it for any other reason than that. I know there are business reasons to have tablets, like for nurses, or production people, etc., but for the average person, what's the revolution? Too much money for too little IMO.

    An Apple PDA with a mobile OSX? Now we're talkin'.





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  • ChickenSwartz
    Aug 11, 10:00 AM
    question: are the CPUs in the macbook socketed or soldered?

    could i buy my own Core 2 Duo chip and drop it in there at a later date?

    i don't really care about the mhz increase, but the Core 2 Duo line does seem to be a little cooler at idle...




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  • Popeye206
    Apr 25, 09:27 AM
    So stupid. Again, the press just making news out of no news. If they'd do their research, they'd know that all cell phones are tracked by tower pings. :rolleyes:

    Apple just need to encrypt the file and all will be good. Otherwise, who cares???





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  • Grimace
    Aug 3, 10:52 PM
    I think the negative votes were from those who wanted Steve to announce Merom in updated Macs on Monday and not wait until September...





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  • Merkie
    Mar 27, 07:30 AM
    18 is correct.

    6 WiFi only models:




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  • AppleKrate
    Sep 16, 12:03 PM
    I think if you risk it, they may let you keep the premiums. I forgot about the deadline today. That would indicate they may announce the new MBPs Tuesday as others have predicted already according to the student Free iPod offer deadline. Thanks for the reminder and good luck.

    Limey iPod deal ends October 7th :D http://store.apple.com/Apple/WebObjects/ukstore





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  • Consultant
    Apr 18, 03:35 PM
    Yay go Apple. From the little guy everyone cheered for to the ... big guy that sues everyone and still has everyone cheering for.

    So you think Apple's goal is to be free R&D for the rest of the industry? :rolleyes:





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  • mcrain
    Apr 18, 11:59 AM
    Firstly, your perspective would change completely if you ever decide to invest or trade. I don't want hedge funds going for more risk. That is what contributed to the housing bust and mortgage backed securities. I am completely self taught as a trader and investor. In fact, I don't know a single other person who does what I do. And when I do meet someone who works in finance, they are usually just a cog, and I have nothing in common with them.

    Of course people don't "want" risk. But, again, you MISSED THE POINT. Let's try again. People want to take their savings and invest it in the safest investment with the return they desire. If US treasuries beat the stock market, no one would trade stocks If trading in established fortune 500 companies beat out riskier investments, would anyone trade riskier stocks? The answer is probably someone foolish would, but the majority will invest in the safest investment that will provide the rate of return desired. If taxes reduce the rate of return of the safer investments, people naturally begin investing in riskier propositions that have the potential to generate higher rates of return.

    Have you ever represented a company so that it can sell its ownership interests to the public, or have you ever represented the investors in an IPO? Your perspective would change if you ever had. Your assumption that I don't invest is pretty silly considering just about anyone can do it.

    Secondly, and more importantly, I don't think a person should have to give a good reason to be able to do anything. Unless you can prove that a person's actions causes harm to others, why attack it? How is taxing something at the same rate as other income an attack? Oh no, you're treating my capital gains income the same as everyone elses income! I'm under attack! Poor me! The government is no longer going to subsidize my gambling on the success or failure of someone else's established business. Boo hoo.

    Our legal system works that way; the burden of proof is always on the accuser not the accused. Really? That's not true. What about administrative hearings where the burden is on the accused to overcome a prima facie case? (FYI, for a good example of this concept, look at the situation with the proposed rules regarding copyright owners and the presumption that you are pirating if you receive a letter from them accusing you).





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  • JAT
    Apr 5, 01:19 PM
    Jail break is legal for personal use. Corporate use of jail break may be another thing altogether.
    Why?

    Where's the Lexus theme? I don't want a Scion theme.





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  • RMo
    Nov 3, 09:57 AM
    I've never heard of this company
    That's because you need to get out more. (Actually, it's because they target business customers, not home users. Lots of large organizations--my old college, for example--site-license their software.)

    are they reputable, does anyone know? I've heard all sorts of stories abut these types of things being spyware or some such, don't want to pollute my Mac with any of that garbage!
    Thanks for the morning laugh.

    Anyway, what I think people aren't realizing is this: while there aren't any in-the-wild viruses for OS X, you always have the risk of unknowingly carrying Windows viruses, which could be important if you have PCs at home or work or otherwise interact with some 90% of the computing world.

    I don't understand why so many people are rating this negative.





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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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  • ravenvii
    May 5, 10:42 PM
    STATS:

    1. Rosius: Level 3, 3 HP, 3 AP
    2. Dante: Level 3, 3 HP, 3 AP
    3. Beatrice: Level 3, 3 HP, 3 AP
    4. Rhon: Level 3, 3 HP, 3 AP
    5. Wilmer: Level 1, 1 HP, 1 AP
    6. Loras: Level 3, 3 HP, 3 AP
    7. Jorah: Level 3, 3 HP, 3 AP





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  • Mike84
    Mar 30, 07:15 PM
    Anyone downloading and installing on an MBA?

    Wondering about trim support.





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  • Paulius
    Jul 29, 09:03 PM
    Ah man. I wanted a cheap, robust, no-BS phone. I don't know what my next cellphone will be. I just don't feel like investing a lot into a cellphone. What I want to do is to just TALK!





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  • RawBert
    Apr 7, 11:21 AM
    They only need like ~100,000.





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  • musique
    Nov 13, 11:03 AM
    Just another perspective for those convinced that AV software is unnecessary on Macs: Consider that you are the IT Vice President for an organization. It�s your responsibility to see that your company is safe. Safety incorporates many functions: a virus causing machines to crash, networks slowing down so badly that work stops, secure corporate data being stolen, or a piece of keystroke capturing software finding its way onto the President�s assistant�s computer.

    Put yourself in this IT VP�s shoes for a bit. At the extreme, it might cause you to consider disabling every port on every computer and ask people to go back to sneaker nets with each computer scanning every file on every flash drive. Remember, it�s your career that�s at stake if the company suffers from one or more of the kinds of things mentioned above.

    In fact, I�ve heard that there have been cases of healthcare professionals, including physicians, who are in prison for violating HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), which every healthcare facility in the US has been dealing with for a decade.

    The government as well as private industry must take cyber threats seriously.

    I think the key is to find the best balance between absolute security and user convenience. AV software is one of the tools available to the people responsible to keep �the rest of us� safe.

    For me personally, I run ClamAV occasionally on my home Macs, but I might look into Sophos. At the office all of the thousands of computers, including Macs, have Norton installed. There are probably other security functions about which I�m unaware, too.

    Happy and safe computing.





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  • blow45
    May 6, 04:45 AM
    Apple even made the bold move to take ARM processor design in house with the acquisition P.A. Semi and Intrinsity.

    That's just shoddy reporting. Apple did have a lot of arm brains in their vslr teams, they just added talent, nothing more, nothing less. And A4 and 5 are rumoured to be more the work of the existing team, than anyone from pa semi.





    infidel69
    Apr 5, 03:55 PM
    Just let it go Apple you're only going to make yourselves look like the bad guy again. If anything you're just bringing more attention to Toyota's marketing campaign. This reminds me of the iphone4 incident when they should of just let it go instead of making themselves look like big brother. Just let it go man





    iZac
    Mar 28, 12:14 PM
    Now in what way would that possibly make sense? Are you being serious or just plucking out of thin air?

    the thinnest :P

    I think my desire for a 64 gig white iPhone is just reaching desperation.





    lucabrasi
    Mar 30, 07:08 PM
    I can confirm that Preview 2 works w/ the 2011 MBPs.





    kirk26
    Apr 20, 07:50 AM
    You are so right. I'm thrilled with Apple's brainwashed minions, and even happier that I began loading up on Apple stock over a decade ago.

    Little did I realize they would bring us shareholders so much wealth. To think that I bought a load of shares when it was under $20 per, then kept adding each year since, brings a huge grin.

    At this point everything I buy is nearly free. And when they screw up the masses still buy it. Nothing could be sweeter.

    Ahh, I see that you just joined this site just to troll, huh?





    nived
    Aug 11, 09:30 AM
    It would be cool for them to keep the yonah in the low-end MacBook. That way with the price drop they could get back to a $999 entry-level notebook.

    Merom definitely in the Black Macbook though, if this is true.

    Why would they keep a 32-bit processor in the macbook when they're pushing 64-bit with Lepoard?



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