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  • iphone3gss
    May 6, 12:14 AM
    I can't think of a worse idea!





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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 10, 02:04 PM
    You wouldn't think that 4 x 5 + 4 meant 4 x (5 + 4), so why would you think that 48 / 2 x 12 meant 48 / (2 x 12)?

    I don't think a typical mathematician would write this on paper using a "/", rather they would use a "_". Using / on anything more complex than x/y is very poor form.

    Here, I assume / is being used as MacRumors isn't set up for writing equations. So I asked myself how would I write this in _ format?

    I thought the answer would be-

    48 (9 + 3)
    2

    Hence leading to 288.

    The problem is / leads to confusion because you don't know if the person typing wanted to use a _ but couldn't, it is the intention and use that is confusing, not the symbol itself. Nobody should have to use PEDMAS for something silly like this- people should write equations in a decent format.

    EDIT- using the x symbol is also something I don't like to do if I can avoid it. 5x6 or 5*6 not as good as 5(6) (or just xy if algebra is involved).





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  • Multimedia
    Aug 3, 11:49 PM
    I'm gonna go on record and say they will NOT intro new MBP at wwdc. Some sales of the current MBP are better than none and if they they intro a new one they will not sell any and probably just take pre orders. Not gonna happen. They will wait until late August or early September to announce them when they are actually ready.Steve does not have to announce any new products to say they are going to shift to Core 2 across the board ASAP. :)





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  • wangagat
    Jul 21, 03:24 PM
    something to remember about product update cycles:

    iSight iMac G5 came out in October '05, Intel iMac came out just 3 months later... in January '06.

    just thought I should remind everyone.





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  • Geckotek
    Apr 20, 09:50 AM
    Please! Make the damn phone bigger! Oh no, it may weigh a few more grams. Currently, the iphone4 is a tiny phone. For us adults, please increase the screen size, and probably, the width.

    If they do then the iPhone 4 will be my last iPhone. The iPhone 4 is big enough. Any larger and it won't fit as nicely in pockets.





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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 10, 12:11 PM
    I must say i just found this sight through google and had to join because of this post. I am a math teacher and the correct answer is 2

    Welcome to the site! :)

    I disagree for the reasons I stated just above.

    Using "/" is only appropriate for "x/y" type functions. Anything more complex should use "_". Therefore, "/" is only used here because it is on a forum and so "_" looks clumsy. I'm looking at what I think the author would have written on paper, and I think that would have been the option that leads to 288.

    EDIT- just saw your 2nd post. This is confusing. I originally saw it as 48/2 (9+3), and to me the space would also have made clear the answer is 288. However, then I saw there was no space!





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  • netdog
    Jul 31, 01:54 AM
    Wifi. Free iChat/Skype calls from any Wifi hotspot. They can't leave this one out. If it is good enough, I might throw away my landline phone.

    Yeah. I'm gonna go ahead and be the party pooper: there is no iPhone people. Let's concentrate on the 'true video iPod' rumors instead. Or bring back the 'PowerBook G5 next Tuesday!!1' threads. But this, not happening

    And for good measure, I hope I am wrong ;)

    I thought Apple confirmed that it was working on a phone during their 3Q financial report.





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  • ozone
    Nov 27, 09:33 PM
    Really? So please find me market share data on Tablets...even better, find me a Tablet that costs less than a small notebook. No, you won't find it, sorry...it's not about having one, it's about wanting to have one...and most people don't these days...that's why Origami flopped.

    BRLawyer... you talk about market share and other quantitative data as if they were the last and only delimiting factor. Obviously YOU do NOT use a tablet. Allow me to enlighten you about the benefits you do not know about or care to investigate:

    1. Tablets allow me to lecture while writing and projecting simultaenously, thereby allowing me to retain a written record of what I actually keep.
    2. Because I am involved in about 10 educational and professional committees, I use the MS OneNote program to create virtual file folders. Sure, you can do this with Mac journal type programs, but I am able to write within each folder in my own handwriting, which not only increases my memory retention, but is far more polite when you are in the mixed company of those with more power and money than you.
    3. Because I am able to keep handwritten notes, I am able to reduce the amount of paper I carry with me. It is both tiresome and counterproductive to retain endless amounts of paper files.
    4. I am able to receive assignments, faculty reports, articles, journal papers, etc., and ink them digitally and then return the marked document WITHOUT printing out and hauling around what amounts to about a vertical foot of paper. I challenge anyone to mark up and edit a document faster using a keyboard than they can with a "pen" type arrangement.
    5. In science and engineering fields where you often have mix of graphical, formulaic, and written data, it is far superior to write out notes of mixed symbols than to type them on a keyboard. The keyboard is faster argument ONLY applies to situations where you do not have to interpret and draw diagrams.

    The argument that tablets are only useful for artists is totally without merit: explain to me then why the Deans of both engineering and science at my university use tablets.

    I must stress that too many people harp on the need for the OS to interpret handwriting perfectly. What many people discover after using a tablet is that often you leave your notes handwritten: they are yours, filed away for your use, and for your reference.

    Is the tablet perfect? No. Is it for everyone? No. Is it cheaper than a notebook? No. However, your market share - not enough people use or need one - argument is without substance. Since you bring up "there are cheaper notebooks" point, why don't we just use this oft-tiresome rant against Apple itself? Many have in the past. At less than, what, maybe 10% of the market - even if it is higher - why should Apple exist at all? Anything less than, say, 20% is pretty low market share - why bother with Apple? Furthermore, there are many, many models of hardware comparable to Apple's, and at far lower price. Why then should Apple products even exist?

    I do not know why so many are so resistant to the tablet idea from Mac. You don't like it - don't buy one. Accept that there are others who would benefit tremendously from such a product, even if it is a small market segment.





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  • roocka
    Mar 28, 10:51 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Maybe this will give Apple more time to devote to perfecting the Liquidmetal battery for the LTE release. If that is the case, I'm totally excited for the three month wait. It wil cause Droid sales to fall off a cliff when it's announced!





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  • millerb7
    May 6, 07:26 AM
    Of course they will move to ARM, everyone will. Google is allready running their data centres on ARM based servers, Windows 8 will run on ARM as well, Apple is investing huge amount of money into their A4, A5 chips. The main problem of computers nowadays is power efficiency and not computing power, because most of the computers allready are overpowerd for what their users usually do with them.

    Citation needed. Especially in light of this 2 month old article :

    Intel, Google Doubt ARM and Atom Have Chances in Servers (http://www.cpu-wars.com/2011/03/intel-google-doubt-arm-and-atom-have.html)

    And how did you go from that acquisition to "Google are running their datacenters on ARM" might I ask ?

    Not to mention my article is 2 months old, yours is more than 1 year old. ;)

    Nope, you'll have to retract your "facts". As far as we know, Google doesn't run their datacenters on ARM at all.

    Best response of the whole thread.

    Yeah... ARM servers are like JUST coming to light... let alone actually being used by google in their data centers... that won't come for YEARS.

    Hell the CEO even says so...

    Arm Holdings chief executive officer Warren East told EE Times Wednesday that servers based on ARM multicore processors should arrive within the next twelve months. The news confirms previous speculation stemming from Google's acquisition of Agnilux and a recent job advertisement posted by Microsoft. East said that the current architecture, designed for client-side computing, can also be used in server applications.

    "The architecture can support server application as it is," he said while discussing the company's first quarter financial results. "The implementations [of ARM] have traditionally been aimed at relatively low performance optimized for minimum power consumption. But we are seeing higher speed, multicore implementations now pushing up to 2 GHz. The main difference for a server processor is the addition of high-speed communications interfaces."

    Can ARM stand up against rivals Intel and AMD in the server market? In regards to raw processing power, the current ARM processors can't compete with x86. But with a growing concern to reduce the amount of energy consumed by servers and server farms, ARM processors pose as a viable candidate, especially the multi-core options in the higher range.

    "We are seeing people experimenting with multiple ARM cores on a chip," East said. "They have the option to use our A9 at 2 GHz, and four cores. So people can do server experiments with the existing technology at the high-end of the road-map."

    East did not elaborate on the parties considering ARM-based servers. Softpedia also points out that there was also no indication that the company plans to go head to head with Intel's Xeon and AMD's Opteron series. Instead ARM may limit its options to the print and storage server market.





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  • macenforcer
    Aug 7, 04:26 PM
    Ordered!


    What a deal. Got the base config for $2500. I can't wait.





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  • charlituna
    Apr 25, 09:44 AM
    So Steve is saying there is no database of locations? Thats just an outright lie.

    He didn't say that at all. The question was if Apple is tracking user locations. He said no. Which is correct. The information never leaves your iphone or computer.

    Unlike the app that shows the map of the spots which calls out to two servers, one of which couldn't be identified and for all we know is recording your data along with your IP and other deets.





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  • codyc815
    Apr 26, 02:47 PM
    Good! I don't like Apple being highest in these kind of things. The number one retailer in the country is Walmart, doesn't make it good. Audi and Mercedes aren't the most used cars, but they're the nicest.





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  • Dunepilot
    Nov 23, 05:44 AM
    Well, I've recently heard some speculation about a smart device from Apple to go along with the consumer device and if Palm is hearing the same whispers, I'd think it would be a bit concerning. However, Palm just introduced the Treo 680p, so it may not matter as much, once that has been deployed on various carriers' networks.

    Yeah, I have too, but I don't buy it, really. If you look at Apple's products aimed at professionals/businesses, they're exclusively either Macs or software/software houses they've acquired. I don't think Apple is likely to break with the success it has had offering consumer hardware like the iPod. The iTV will follow in that tradition.

    For the record, I really like PalmOS. It does what it's supposed to do very well. What concerns me is the way the companies (or have they reamalgamated now?) are being led in a strange direction - the move to Windows Mobile looks to me like Palm/Palmsource trying to hedge their bets rather than properly marketing what they have had going for them all these years. Time will tell whether it's a good business decision, and whether the PalmOS survives at all. I, for one, hope that it does.

    If I remember correctly, Palm software and products were originally developed by a group of ex-Apple employees, weren't they? I think they're the same faction that struck out for a bit by starting Handspring (later brought back into the fold).





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  • Thunderhawks
    Apr 6, 05:50 PM
    An orgy of Androids? That sounds scary. Almost as scary as a bunch of Apples having an orgy.

    The latter makes apple sauce, which to me is more a peel ing:-)





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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 10, 12:00 PM
    By adding the second set of (), you changed the equation, therefore the two different answers. As written in the original way, the answer 2 is clearly wrong.

    I'm not saying that 2 is an incorrect answer, the equation is ambiguous. However, I assume the equation is written that way because it is done on a forum without formula writing ability and writing-

    48(9+3) = 288




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  • Kadman
    Apr 5, 08:53 PM
    Would have been so much better if the title had read "Apple asks Toyota to put the brakes on jailbreak ad campaign"





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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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  • vincebio
    Nov 22, 12:29 PM
    Mr Palm, Apple fan boys:

    The perfect smart phone has already been created and is out in the wild: SONY ERICSSON P990.

    Wifi, location free, 2 mp camera with flash, keyboard, MP3 player, videos, etc.


    yeah. except they forgot to put RAM in it...and the firmware is crap so far..and the battery last about...erm, 24 hours..and they wont support mac..ever!

    great phone though!:)





    ChazUK
    Apr 20, 01:29 AM
    I'd love to see a three tier release. 3gs at the budget end, iPhone 4 in the midrange and the 5 at the top end.

    Looking forward to whatever enhancements Apple bring with it.





    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?





    ntnwwnet
    Aug 12, 12:15 AM
    If they made it a little taller it should be easy-peasy for Apple to fit the necessary cooling. Hey, if they're making it taller, they could add a 3.5" Hard Drive which is much cheaper than laptop hard drives and we could finally get a 500GB Mini.


    But then it wouldn't be a Mac Mini, now would it?


    (My first MR post. Ever.)





    Sydde
    Apr 14, 03:31 PM
    This sewing circle uses sarcasm time-to-time.

    My mother liked to wear this T-shirt at the most inappropriate events

    http://www.northernsun.com/images/imagelarge/Ladies-Sewing-Circle-Blue-T-Shirt-(1718B).jpg

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    rjohnstone
    Apr 18, 05:21 PM
    Absolutely false. For instance on MArch 18, 2011 alone, the EU awarded Apple about 24 patents on icons (patentlyapple.com)
    Does not apply in the U.S.
    U.S does not recognize patents on icons.
    Those would/could be covered by copyright law.



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