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  • toddybody
    Apr 5, 03:45 PM
    Ha ha ha ha ha! What a joke:D





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  • Whistleway
    Oct 11, 07:54 PM
    I am pretty sure Apple has to refresh its iPod line for holiday sales or it is bye-bye stock prices and holiday sales.

    The question is what will or can they do by november 14th. And it is very unlikely that it will be large video iPod. Heck, Zune has the same resolution as the iPod and i am not sure what the big deal is. It is not like adding 1" or 2" will make it all the better.





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  • Azathoth
    May 4, 03:16 AM
    This might be a little off topic but the following comment:

    "One of the main promotional points of Android as its popularity has soared has been the unregulated nature of the app marketplaces for the platform."

    reminded me that I have some degree of comfort that Apple screens apps so that I don't inadvertently download something which is actually a virus, steals passwords and other personal information, or does something else nasty.

    Perhaps I am unduly comforted and there is some iTunes fine print that says they don't check for that sort of stuff. Otherwise I would have thought Apple could have used the "safety" aspect in it's marketing, and created some fear for Andriod users around they really know what they are getting.

    In that way iTunes aspp store is sort of a big condom for your iPhone - pure protection.

    Apple don't look at the source code. One could make a trojan app that sends contacts information back to base after a certain date.





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  • Awakener
    Apr 17, 08:05 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-gb) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)



    Android is "closed"... an open system would be a Linux one where you can chop and change every part of the system right down to the kernel. Not gonna happen with mobile devices without hacking IMO.


    Agreed.
    Plus Android devices seem loaded with uninstallable Google services.
    But I don't trust Google's motives. When Android stands on its own then it might be something great.





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  • JGowan
    Apr 5, 03:02 PM
    I've often wondered about all of the great ads that I might be missing. Some, I don't care about, but others are very interactive and stuff that I buy or would buy. These interactive experiences help make a product just a little more real, accessible and engaging. If you show me why I would want something, it's a lot more effective than just a static graphic getting in my way.

    Ads can be fun --> SUPER BOWL, anyone? So with the "Loved" save feature, it'll be great when you want to show a friend how great something was or if you need to refer to it when trying to make a buying decision.

    The naysayers here --> boring. This is cool. If you don't like, don't waste the bits on your iPhone. The rest of us will enjoy the app.

    I'll be downloading this. Thanks, Apple!





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  • SBlue1
    May 4, 03:53 AM
    I don't really see why Apple will never do that. When Jobs said styluses are crap, obviously he didn't mean styluses as writing devices, he meant styluses as the way to interact with OS.
    Education applications seem to be of some importance to Apple, and stylus support is pretty much required to make iPad useful for students, for example.

    for drawing during class, maybe. there is a lot of stuff in chemistry or physics where you need to make a quick drawing. but for writing? i am typing way faster than i am writing with a pen. and in the end its way more readable. :D

    if you really need a stylus there are already lots of options you can buy and use em with your ipad.

    tell me i'm wrong.

    can the ipad do this effectively now? can a student take notes in class on an ipad? do you really think a student can take readable notes, fast enough, while writing with a 'hovering' hand?

    You are maybe wrong, cause I don't use a stylus. :)

    A friend is using one and he said it works perfectly once you find the best stylus. There are a lots of different pens. He tried out a few in the store and he said the bad drawing comes from the cheap pens not because of the ipad screen. Try the griffin stylus if you can test it somewhere.





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  • Osarkon
    Jan 10, 04:09 PM
    Whilst hilarious for the first few times, it did go on way too far.

    And they shouldn't have done it to live presentations, that's just plain evil.

    I also hope they're not allowed to Macworld. Even if they have matured up, banning them from it this year will ensure that they don't misbehave the next time.





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  • arkmannj
    Mar 24, 07:12 PM
    While I am glad you're 10 years old OS X, I'm also a bit sad that you abandoned your big brother OS 9 at that truck stop bathroom out in Kansas. No need to be too sad though, I'm sure he's up there in that big computer lab in the sky looking down with that big happy face he always had.

    This would NEVER Happen. but wouldn't it be an awesome treat if Apple added an emulator to Lion that could run (and was pre loaded with) each major version of Apple OS's from the Apple I on. ! (and heck while we're dreaming, how about all the Next Step OS versions too)

    It's in no way practical, but I'd truly geek out over it ! :)





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  • bushido
    May 4, 09:32 AM
    Yes you do. It's called "don't sign the contract" Take it or leave it approaches are quite common in the world of contracts.

    Cell phones are not considered a human right that carriers must provide to everybody.

    thx god not every one has this attitude ... people were bitching about paying extra for tethering here and NO ONE even argued "but its in the contract BS" and boom, few months later it got changed. just bc something is in a obvs greedy network contract doesnt mean it shouldnt be changed or makes it right.

    this "i won't complain cuz i as one can't do anything about it anyway" approach makes me sick





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  • Rozee
    Apr 15, 05:30 PM
    I hope this is a fake.What is the long slot on the side? Is it a spot for a memory card?





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  • scott523
    Nov 24, 12:04 AM
    Apple Canada online store is down for updates now...

    edit: Scott beat me to it.Indeed, some even tried creating new unless threads. :rolleyes:





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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 08:00 AM
    I've been getting some weird redirections at the Australian Apple Store...

    Just remembered that of course the Apple Store itself will be down at some stage tonight, so I checked it out. But instead I was redirected to the UK education store page. I tried re-entering the address several times but kept getting redirected to different parts of the UK store.

    It's back to normal now, but very odd behaviour nonetheless.

    And the Australian iTunes Store is also showing the black screen now. :)

    Sweet!

    4 Hours now - I get the feeling this could be big. No movies for us but then that's to be expected. I just wanna see what is coming that we can use.





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  • FreeState
    Sep 12, 02:51 AM
    Does anyone know what time this even will be in GMT?


    GMT-7

    (edited to fix errrr)





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  • Frazzle
    Jul 21, 06:51 PM
    It's a problem. It's been reproduced by CNET, Consumer Reports, NYT, and many others.

    That's the weird thing. It's only a small problem. But it's been reported by all these media and it's an Apple product, so it will get 'eyeballs'.

    When the Nokia N97 came out (not in the US though) it was supposed to be the new flagship phone that was hailed as the 'iPhone killer'. But: the 'real' firmware wasn't ready and the preliminary version was riddled with bugs, the GPS antenna had a design fault requiring people to fiddle with bits of copper wire, the camera lens cover actually scratched the lens of the camera, the camera flash unit was creating a haze in every picture because of a design flaw and the phone either crashed, dropped calls or became unresponsive to its touchscreen several times a day.

    Now, the Nokia forums and several blog sites were awash with people complaining. Many users left Nokia and swore they would never return. The company quickly released a follow-up model and provided hardware fixes - but only for people who actually complained. The whole N97 debacle was very badly handled by Nokia and they lost a lot of credibility with high-end users. Android and iPhone got a lot of new users.

    Has any of this ever been reported in the mainstream media? Hell no.





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  • Doctor Q
    Jan 5, 08:35 PM
    Although the data transferred may be the same or more with on-demand streams, when it's live there will be much higher simultaneous usage. With high-end hosting in general, simultaneous usage is the killer and not really total bandwidth usage. With the popularity of Apple these days the number of simultaneous streams could be extremely high (I mean, if MacRumors gets 100,000 visitors simultaneously think what Apple would get themselves).If they tried to offer a live audio stream, would that produce the same simultaneous usage problem, even though the bandwidth would be reduced?





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  • c-ker
    Dec 13, 07:32 PM
    need more than a grain of salt for this. These rumours come and go all the time. I doubt it will happen. In the summer? yes, but not now

    Maybe VZW will bundle their only current 4G device -- the Mi-FI gizmo -- with a 3G CDMA iPhone 4. Would be similar to what they are doing with the iPad.

    Before you ask if VZW is stupid enough to do that, remember that VZW ninnies nixed the iPhone way back when.





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  • roadbloc
    Apr 5, 04:35 PM
    This is stupid.





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  • kdarling
    Oct 7, 08:44 AM
    Surprised this hasn't been noted here yet...

    USAToday interviewed (http://www.usatoday.com/tech/wireless/2009-10-06-verizon-google-android_N.htm)the Verizon Wireless CEO about their new Android partnership, and got an extra comment:

    Meantime, (the CEO) says, the carrier is continuing to talk with Apple about bringing the iPhone to Verizon. McAdam says Verizon would love to have the device, anytime Apple is ready. "It's up to them to decide."

    Until then, he says, the two companies are having "lots of discussions" about Verizon's network and how it might affect Apple.

    Real, or just pushing ATT's buttons so they have to pay Apple more? Who knows.





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  • techfreak85
    Apr 21, 11:20 PM
    Is this going to be used ultimately to rate posters (kind of like the Apple site for one example)?

    How is abuse of this going to be addressed?

    If all it�s used for is the post itself, I don�t see any value for this.

    What are MR�s (Arn�s and the other Gods) thoughts on what they want to do with this?

    If it was more of a "thanks" system, I envision that it could show which members have thanked the post and could also show in the user info how many thanks the member has received total.





    Chundles
    Sep 12, 07:21 AM
    Can't wait :D

    The Australian store is claiming that the store is busy or to check my connection :confused:

    Can't wait for the Aussie iTMS to come back online with our brand new exclusive Bob Dylan music video - such is the extent of video content on the AU store.





    7o7munoz7o7
    Dec 13, 05:08 PM
    How about not even putting it up on the site? My question was why do they have to have a new article for every time someone says that?

    As for peeing pants, ok, maybe people aren't peeing their pants. But obviously people care enough to post these this rumor every time another site posts the rumor. I'm just tired of seeing dozens of new articles about this place or that place saying "iPhone on Verizon after Christmas!" Ok, I get it! People expect a Verizon iPhone. Get over it. This is kinda like the Beatles on iTunes, or people talking for months that Michael Jackson died, etc.

    Anyone know a good news site that says what has happened and then move on to the next news item? If this is all that MacRumors is going to post, I think it may be time to say goodbye to MacRumors. Just tired of seeing the same rumors repeated over & over again.


    Yeah I think its time for you to say goodbye....whats wrong with talking about Michael Jackson dying? He was a great, and just because he died didnt mean his music and fans did...everyone that wants the VZW iPhone are going to read the articles that talks about it...if you dont care about this, then dont move your hand and click on the link about this. Sick of people like you.





    sunfast
    Oct 3, 06:15 PM
    And for me it comes full circle....

    I couldn't believe it today when I checked my profile that I've been a member here for nearly a year. But it makes sense - Jobsie keynoting MWSF 2006 was front page news when I joined.

    Here's to another great MacWorld :)





    R94N
    Apr 23, 01:36 PM
    If I'm honest I don't really like it, it's an interesting idea certainly but as long as downvoted posts aren't hidden or collapsed eventually once they reach a certain amount of downvotes I think it will be okay, because it won't change the way threads are displayed or how/if people speak their mind.





    gekko513
    Aug 2, 02:47 AM
    Lyra, your tone is condescending. Calling Scandinavian laws "perverted" tells us that you're single minded to begin with and that your points can't be taken seriously.

    I'll still address the point you make about the size of the Scandinavian market. The total population of the Scandinavian countries are 18.9 million. The total population of the USA is 296 million. The size of the Scandinavian market is only 6.4% of the size of the US market, but if Apple pulls out it's still lost income, potentially up to a couple of percent of what Apple makes in the US if you count loss of sales of music and the domino effect that will cause loss of sales of iPods and Macs.

    Of course Apple can survive without the Scandinavian market, but why give up potential profit for nothing except stubbornness?