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  • emotion
    Nov 16, 12:47 PM
    Do they have to remake a new "Universal Binary?" Because aren't the current UB's for Intel and PPC? Please tell me they wont. I don't wnat to have to wait again for new UB's

    In the windows world, they don't have separate or universal binaries for amd/intel. You wouldn't for OSX either.

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  • The Phazer
    Apr 16, 04:32 AM
    I want My next iPhone to look like this,


    Plus a flash and that would look great to me.

    It's worth noting that a metal case is the sort of thing that can be worked around, and indeed even used with *very* good antenna design. But Apple have never been very good at antenna design previously, so it would be unusual for them to start now - they patently haven't figured it out with the iPad. But a plastic section would be absolutely fine by me.

    But yes, these are clearly fake, despite some complete perspective fail from people saying the same in this thread...


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  • Timepass
    Aug 7, 09:51 PM
    Did you bother to read my whole post? Or were you too excited upon you first glorious revelation?

    And maybe I'm not familiar enough with the LCD production process, but I understood that the pixel size was part of the panel so a 24 inch slab would have more pixels than a 23 inch slab. Both monitors have the same resolution.

    I also asked how Dell claims greater contrast ratio and brightness (800:1 and 300cd/m2 on the 20 inch) than the Apple? Either someone's lying, or they aren't using identical parts.

    edit: BTW, I'm just asking some simple questions trying to clear up my own confusion, there's no need to be a prick

    umm no neither is lying. They both are using the same panel but DIFFERENT backlights. Dell back lights are brighter so it allows for a larger contrast ratio and more cd/m2

    edit: The panel is pretty much just a color filter. It takes the white light from the back light and filters it colors for what you see on the screen (it more complex than that but it is the simplest way to explain it)

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  • Half Glass
    Jan 9, 05:12 PM
    The keynote has been posted


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  • ABG
    Apr 7, 03:04 PM
    Just collected this...

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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 25, 01:38 PM
    Is it just me or did Apple keep a tighter lid on this stuff in the past?

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  • Manic Mouse
    Sep 12, 06:22 AM
    I don't think we'll see imedia or any weird name for the new movie store, but rather an expanded version of quicktime will be launched.

    Think about it:

    Already included with itunes
    Established brand name
    Already made for mac and pc

    Plus the app already is a pretty good player, just needs non-pro fullscreen.

    Interesting thought...

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  • crazydreaming
    Aug 7, 05:48 PM
    The new educational pricing of the 23" makes it $899 now. That makes it much closer to the dell 24" price. Somewhere in the future (most likely far :p ) I want to buy a big display to go with my powerbook and use with my photography. I thought that display would be the 24" dell because the cinema was way more $$. However now, it's a much closer competition...

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  • Seiga
    Apr 8, 01:04 PM
    This is standard practice by their SOP (Standard operating platform) according to company policy. I know, because I used to work at Best Buy. Trust me, there are a lot of other shady things that happen when they say they "hold" for the Sunday ad. Things such as holding the product for friends and family and using the EPPI application. Although, the iPad is already at Cost, so there is really no discount on the product but rather for the accessories.

    Just buy online and not through Best Buy. I refuse to buy anything from Best Buy because of their ethics and practices.

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  • MBHockey
    Apr 29, 04:40 PM
    wow, slow day??

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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 12:29 PM
    Still edge to edge glass like the ip4 = more cracked & shattered screens.

    The 3G(s) were better designed with that metal ring to take the pain of a fall
    instead of hitting the glass on edge

    Not an issue for most users.

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  • �algiris
    Mar 25, 02:56 AM
    Ridiculous? I defy you to name one thing ( that Apple has fixed in the single-worst, most user-hostile app ever written for the Mac!

    To a bad dancer even balls hinder movement.

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  • Westside guy
    Oct 28, 05:07 PM
    Well, stuff like iScroll2 - the two-finger scrolling hack for older Macs like my Powerbook - was able to be developed because of freely-accessible Darwin source code. I'd imagine the tun/tap 3rd party virtual devices + drivers (needed by openvpn) also wouldn't have been feasible if the developer couldn't get at the kernel source.

    Right now the osx86 project is of little interest to the public at large, since it's not like you get a box that is particularly useful to someone that doesn't want to tweak incessantly (sound may or may not work, networking may not work, printing may not work, etc.). But I imagine Apple wants to keep forcing them to re-solve the basic functionality issues over and over, so they don't get to the point where the average user would actually find it worthwhile to investigate this.

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  • brepublican
    Sep 12, 08:17 AM
    why would a female friend postpone?
    Yeah, this kinda sounds fishy to me :confused:

    Did someone get dumped??

    "Honey lets go see the new Steve Carrell movie"
    "Yeah, about that, there's a HUGE Apple product announcement tonight... and I'd like to be next to my new MacPro so that I dont miss a thing... can we go some other time?"
    *girl storms out of house*
    :D :D

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  • gnasher729
    Oct 4, 04:30 PM
    Indeed, there would need to be a "helper" that checks to see where the track came from, and redirects it to DoubleTwist if necessary.

    I'm interested in seeing where this all goes, it'll hopefully silence the complaints of the lack of an NZ iTMS.

    Not necessarily. We don't know exactly how FairPlay works. Lets say I download my favorite song from iTMS. iTMS encrypts the song and adds my AppleID to it. When iTunes wants to play the song, it calls iTMS, gives it my AppleID, the iTMS returns a key to decrypt the song, iTunes decrypts it and plays it. Most likely iTunes will actually send both my AppleID + some ID for the song, so that if I crack the key for one song I cannot copy _all_ my songs.

    Now the question is: Does iTMS keep track of all the songs that I bought or not? If it doesn't keep track of all the songs then the following would be possible: DoubleTwist adds a a random song id to the song. Then it adds _my_ AppleID and encrypts the file. When iTunes wants to play the song, it notices that it is encrypted, and takes my AppleID plus the song ID and sends it to iTMS. If iTMS doesn't keep track of songs then it will calculate which key would decrypt the file (if Apple had sold me a song with that song ID). And that key could be used to decrypt the song.

    Another possibility: DoubleTwist could take the song ID and my AppleID from _any_ one song ABC that I bought from iTMS. It could be possible to find which key was used to encrypt that song from that information; nobody would have tried to make it difficult to find out. The decryption key is top secret, not the encryption key. So with this information, DoubleTwist could encrypt any song XYZ with exactly the same key as the one song ABC that I bought from iTMS. When I try to play any of those songs, iTunes will find the my Apple ID and the song ID of ABC attached to the song, sends it to iTMS, which returns the key to decrypt ABC, and uses it to decrypt XYZ. And since XYZ was encrypted with the same key as ABC, it will decrypt and play.

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  • allpar
    Apr 29, 03:45 PM
    Great news. Now if only they'd kept Rosetta, I'd upgrade happily. As it is... I'm going to have to stay stuck in Snow Leopard.

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  • DMann
    Jan 14, 01:52 AM
    Bill Gates was also a programmer at Apple, when Steve and company visited Xerox Parc and learned about the windows GUI concept. Bill took that concept when he left Apple and started Microsoft, then teamed up with IBM that was looking for a new OS to use with their PC's. Which they would later sell to corporate America, the government, and the military. Also with IBM clones, Windows PC's would become affordable for the average person needing a computer. Hence the reason there are more PC users than Mac users, but that is starting to change as Windows becomes less secure and more bloated.

    Bill Gates was never an Apple employee. He had already swindled IBM by selling them an OS which he didn't yet even have,
    put together his hacked QDOS, (literally, Quick and Dirty Operating System) and submitted that with redundant licensing and royalty
    agreements to IBM, well before agreeing to design MS Word for Mac. He borrowed the Mac computer, swiped code off of it, and hence
    designed (hacked) Windows 1.0 -- As far as working for Apple, one might say he was merely working against Apple.

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  • nooaah
    Mar 19, 02:33 PM
    Peoplle hated Paris Hilton too and look how hot she was...

    My iPhone doesn't have herpes.

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  • balamw
    Apr 27, 08:07 PM
    I have found a tutorial where you can start, stop and reset a timer, I could use that, but I want a datePicker to select time and the tutorial doesn't show that. Here is the link:

    Divide and conquer.

    Where he makes the counter count backwards from 600 by hardcoding the initial value in the label, make that a variable that is tied to the datePicker of your choice.

    If you want to do it in baby steps, first use two labels one for the input and one for the display to input the starting time and then replace the input one with your datePicker.


    Apr 29, 03:45 PM
    I wish they would keep the slider buttons. I really really liked them :/

    Apr 15, 02:26 PM
    LOL at the perspective on the text in the 3rd photo.

    Actually, shooting up close with a wide-angle lens will give you exactly that distortion. Here is a photo I just took of a REAL iPhone with a 17mm lens. Sorry about the fuzziness - handheld and did not use a flash:

    So I don't think text in the 3rd photo is skewed. That being said, I agree it's a fake.

    Mar 14, 06:28 AM
    What is innovation?

    Apple have done a lot since the PowerPC. In fact, especially in the laptop area, Apple were severly lacking in innovation with the iBook and PowerBook. PowerBook to original MacBook Pro, not a lot changed, but let's look at what has changed since the first MacBook to now.

    Apple has found a way of manufacturing beautiful Aluminium cases out of a block of aluminium. During my day job, I work with Dell D-series, E-Series laptops and Macbook Pros. Admittedly, we get less Apple hardware with failure than we do with the Dells, and the 2-3 year old Dells are dropping like flies due to their Nvidia graphics chipsets failing. Last week I had 6 Dell laptops fail and had to replace their motherboards. Which leads me onto another of Apple's innovations. Component layouts. Yes, Apple use the same components as other PCs, they did during the late PowerPC era too (save the processor) and the way they engineer the layout and cooling is just of a much higher quality than Dell, where the parts do seem to be more cobbled together.

    What? Like Sony's Z Series? Quad SSD Raid, 13" form factor, Quad i7, Bluray all in a package like the 13" macbook Pro? Who's innovative?

    Then let's look at 2007. Yes there were Blackberry and Windows Mobile phones around first, but the innovation that Apple made was making smartphones useful to more people. They also helped create an entire new software development industry, in the background they had a tablet, unlike any Tablet PCs, but too hard to make into a product at the time.

    No, Apple sat back, watched the others, cobbled together something (without proper licensing from Nokia) and put it out, that's innovation at only marketing level.

    Apple are great at taking something already there and making it work either in other applications or making the entire package in a way that their competitors just get confused on how to combat. Look at how Motorola desgined the Xoom, Samsung Designed the Galaxy Tab 10, there's something lacking in these designs in the entire packages. Yes they will be great against the original iPad and its original OS, but look at Garageband and iMovie. The iPad is geting powerful enough to be a device to create on. That is innovation.

    iMovie not innovative, Microsoft have MoveMaker on the PC.
    Garageband is a great product and is pretty innovative.

    But you've just proven my point, they don't innovate hardware, they use it to get you into their 'innovative' ecosystem. None of it is really new apart from how closed off it is. One would argue, Monopolistic which if their customer base grows they will need to look out for.... Apple is the Microsoft of the 21st Century (without the Business volumes behind it).

    I'm not talking about the lower levels of computing. I'm talking about the parts of computing that End Users, who will never see an IDE in their entire lives. This is where computing is being redefined. They're shifting the way people use the "input. Process. Output.Store".

    And your also describing only home users and not business users, of which, there are many many millions more.

    Oct 6, 10:44 PM
    I don't understand people who point a video camera at their TV and record it, then upload that video to YouTube. If they can figure out how to connect the camera to the computer, why can't they figure out how to connect the TV?

    Jan 15, 05:23 PM
    the apple remote is an optional extra! like the superdrive, theres an optional extra ethernet USB adapter.

    The price of the "Superdrive" ($99) is the real revolution. I've paid more than twice as much just for replacing the Combodrive of my Powerbook G4 with a Superdrive...

    Now if Apple would start charging reasonable prices for RAM...

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