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  • Mr. Gates
    Nov 24, 01:22 AM
    sorry...but her stuff is light years ahead of that old outdated sound.

    I'm not sure you can say that without being able to bite your own ear.

    Go ahead, bite your own ear.

    I'll wait.


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  • KnightWRX
    May 5, 06:17 AM
    This makes the iPad a real computer not some parasite that feeds off it's host computer for life.

    The iPad, no matter how parasitic it is, is still a real computer. :rolleyes:

    And wow at all the people "finding problems" with OTA updates. Android has been at it for years on many carriers and with many different data caps in place, rooted phones, phones with custom ROMs, etc.. and yet none of those guys whine about OTA updates. The Apple crowd really needs to get with it. It's optional people, it is for Android, no reason it wouldn't be for iPhone.

    Options are good.

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  • ThomasJL
    Apr 17, 03:15 AM
    It's both sad and sickening to see how many Apple fanboys are elitists who only want Apple products to be sold at upscale stores. Such fanboys want Apple products to be regarded as high-end fashion accessories and status symbols. What a shame that Apple has such a feminized culture associated with it. I miss the days when Apple products were regarded as tools for accomplishing tasks.

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    Oct 13, 08:34 PM
    Good replies, Nipsy. Although you completely misunderstood some of my points addressed some points that i wasn't even talking about and also made some points that i completely disagree with.

    I might make a proper reply addressing these tomorrow, if:

    A. I have the time.
    B. I can be bothered.

    Oh and i'm well over 18, have a very high IQ and a masters degree. :) That doesn't make me any more likely to be right or wrong than you, i'm just saying, seeing as you made some delightful comments about 13 and under 18 year olds in your aforementioned post.

    If you guys don't mind Apple being behind in hardware, then, quite honestly, stop whining about it.

    So many Mac users spend hours a day, talking about Apple and what they're doing wrong, but never take any action. If those who care about Apple being the slowest computers on the market are not going to do something about it, then they should shut up about it.

    If you're going to whine about it constantly and then get upset with someone who says it's not good enough, then you're just a stupid hypocrit. I realize that you're happy with the productivity your Mac(s) has brought you, and are incredibly loyal to Apple, as well you should be, but if you're going to complain about it, then at least make some attempt to do something about it. or shut up about it.

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  • mscriv
    Apr 7, 04:21 PM
    Where does this guidance come from? Who says the Bible must be interpreted in that way? It seems in a book as complex as the Bible there must be 100s of ways to view it.

    I'm not suggesting the Bible is bad, nor am I suggesting it is good. I'm saying that the Bible is neutral- it can be interpreted in a way that leads to kindness and charity or in a way that leads to hatred and intolerance.

    I don't know statistics on this, but I'm very confident that the majority of Christians are "good" people. However, there are some "bad" ones as well. The Westboro Baptist Church comes to mind! Whilst the WBC holds a despicable view, who is to say their interpretation is less well founded?

    iStudentUK, I understand what you are saying and agree with some of it. People do tend to develop their own worldview and then pick and choose external sources (religion, social groups, philosophies, etc.) to support the view they have already decided upon.

    However, I can't agree that the Bible is "neutral" or relative in that it can correctly be interpreted in any way someone chooses. The Bible is clear in it's express purpose as God's revelation of himself to mankind. The Bible is judged and interpreted against itself using the literary and textual tools of interpretation that we have available to us.

    Like all communication it can only be correctly interpreted in light of the intended meaning of it's original author. This is where faith comes into the process. Followers of Christ hold to the belief that it is God's inspired and inerrant word. The living God is it's author and he inspired men to write within their own historical and literary context to specific audiences at a specific time. All of these contexts become clues that help guide us to His intended meaning.

    Is it complex and hard to understand, sure, but it's theme is consistent and without contradiction. That's why I can easily say that Westboro Baptist's Church's interpretation and resulting actions are not biblicaly grounded. God's word calls us to "love one another" and to be servant leaders in bearing one another's burdens. Westboro seeks to judge, spread hate, and cause dissension. Sure they quote scripture and hide behind an illusion of faith, but they take verses out of context and aren't living out God's commands. They remind me of the Pharisees in scripture towards whom Jesus was extremely harsh because of their duplicitous nature.

    I know this is hard to grasp. One way I try to simplify it for people is to say that any given portion of scripture has one correct interpretation, but various forms of application. This is why you hear people of faith say it is God's living word. I can read a portion of scripture today and it will impact me in one way. When I reread that section later next month, next year, etc. it might impact me in an entirely different way based on how I apply it to my life at the time. The underlying truth and the intended meaning have not changed, but how I've applied it to my present circumstances has.

    As I said before, it's nothing personal, and I didn't think that you believed the Bible was evil. But, the misconceptions you present are common to many and the thought that Scripture is neutral or relative is not only incorrect, but more dangerous as it opens the door wide to allow for further incorrect interpretation and prooftexting.

    I'd also have to disagree with the notion that people are inherently good, but we can save that discussion for another time.

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  • JackieTreehorn
    Nov 24, 06:28 AM
    Why has Madonna been brought into this thread? (I'm sticking up for the Mo part of my username). She can kick all their a**es.

    As far as overhyped...that is your opinion. 5 decent songs? Also your opinion. Obviously people disagree with your opinions, or there would be no need for this thread.

    The bottom line is that whatever you want to think of them, the impact they had on a generation can't be denied. Almost half a century later, everyone still knows who they are. That isn't the result of five decent songs. I'm not sure if it's just ignorance or stubbornness, but your comment makes it hard to take you seriously.

    And if your Dad can write a song like Imagine, then I'd love to meet him.

    The same could be said for Madonna. Her impact wasn't the result of five decent songs either. Both the Beatles and Madonna have both transcended music, in a way that Bach just hasn't done.
    I said if my dad ever met John Lennon: that meant that JL is about the only one with musical talent in the Beatles. Try reading a little bit better next time.

    And suggesting, or even blatantly stating, that Beatles and Madonna have transcended music more than Bach is about as musically stupid as it comes. Bach not only wrote his own music (Madonna just drops into a studio every now and then), he could also conduct orchestras (the Beatles could do one thing individually; that's why they are called the Fab FOUR), his impact on developing Baroque music is unquestioned and his composition skills and musical knowledge have been admired by the likes of Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven.

    24 must be your musical IQ; get some education before you enter discussions like this.

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  • OllyW
    Nov 25, 10:04 AM
    Don't you have to pay extra for that??

    No. All the music on iTunes is now DRM free as standard.

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  • ezekielrage_99
    Sep 6, 08:41 AM
    And it is also nice to see that there are no Solos anymore, all Duo very cool :cool:

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  • elgruga
    Nov 27, 11:25 AM
    I find it hard to believe that anyone doesnt already have any Beatles tunes they want already.
    Still if its good PR for Apple and further marginalises the zoon, thats OK by me.

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  • vi2867
    Oct 16, 09:29 AM
    Yeah, iPods are a fad. Who knows how long this fad will last.

    I can tell you one thing, is as long as Apple continues to make them better, and continue to listen to their customers.

    It will stop being a fad, and it will be a way of life...

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  • tk421
    Sep 22, 01:11 PM
    It's retarded. Wal-Mart won't lose any substantial sum of money if iTunes carries movies from all the major houses. But they will lose tons if they stop selling DVDs.

    I don't think Wal-Mart makes money on a lot of their DVDs. They sell them at a loss to get people in their stores. If people buy on iTunes, they don't come into Wal-Mart.

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  • benixau
    Oct 12, 03:36 PM
    Look, dont get me wrong. I believe that as soon as apple and motorola say ta-ta to each other for the mac's CPU then we may have a decent processor under the hood. Look, whilst ironic that the very chip we want comes from a copmany at the complete opposite end of the market, a power4 even cut down at 2Ghz or 2.5Ghz may get apple upto maybe 10-15% of the market share. That is important because then we would become a sizable group. Worth seriously developing for maybe???

    Most of the oldest apple allys dont take apple seriously anymore and they just pump out aps that are compatible to stop the email flood that would occur if they didnt.

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  • kdarling
    Nov 3, 11:25 PM
    Look... All I know is, if a HUGE, INTERNATIONAL company like Apple can pull off their website without it which gets millions and millions of hits every day and is very well designed and media rich, there is no excuse!

    Apple's website was thick with Flash and frames when the iPhone was first announced. It was the "real internet".

    Steve Jobs deliberately stayed away from displaying the Apple website on an iPhone for months... because Safari couldn't display it correctly, if at all.

    At the time, I noted online what he was doing, and commented that Apple was going to have to totally redesign their website before the iPhone went on sale.

    And so they did.

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  • heron88
    Mar 1, 02:10 AM
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    Mar 6, 06:20 PM

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  • jdylan
    Mar 13, 09:16 AM
    Don't worry about the formatting, it's just a hard drive, they're all standard.

    If it is an external, just plug it in, open /Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility, select the new drive from the list on the left, select the "Erase" tab at the top, and "erase" it as "Mac OS Extended (Journaled)"

    Thanks, you saved me a lot of stress. After reading the specs and seeing it was for PC's only, I tried to cancel the order. Sorry, I'm not a tech guru. But why would they state something like that and possibly limit their sales, when all they have to say is it can be formatted to whatever system you have?

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  • NOV
    Nov 23, 04:31 PM
    What??? The Beatles came to iTunes???


    Yep, apparently the same 4 guys that hacked Apple's home page a few days ago. :)

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  • mex4eric
    Mar 25, 01:06 PM
    This has been a problem ever since the App Store appeared to; on the Mac one is told to re-download a 4GB application for a few piddly updates in much the same way one is forced to re-download the whole operating system. I do wonder what their rational actually is - when they recompile the whole operating system they're unable to create a piecemeal patch (difference between the new version and old version)? That when they update one thing there is an ABI change that requires the whole thing to be re-installed?

    Maybe they haven't written the "Optimizing" app that links all the little pieces of the OS together. Maybe it is too much trouble for such a small device.

    Mar 29, 12:37 AM
    I doubt it. The $129 upgrades were back in the era before the iOS platform took off. The iPhone, and iPad are really accelerating Apple's income and profits, so they don't need to price OS upgrades that high. Snow Leopard brought a bunch of new tech to the table for developers to play with, and $29 was the easy way to ensure most people had that tech. Apple is likely much more interested in moving the platform forward then they are with $100 extra from each person. The more people stay current, the more developers can actually use the latest toys. Also consider that for Intel 10.4 users, the "$29 upgrade" worked fine, even though Apple could have blocked that and forced it to be a Leopard only upgrade.

    Notice how Apple moved away from paid iOS upgrades for iPod Touch users. They saw enough people hold back that it was going to be an issue with the apps in the App Store. Now iPod users get their updates for free.

    I'm going to predict $29 for Lion, with an option to even just grab it from the App Store like how they distributed it to developers. Possibly even a little cheaper off the App Store, and $29 for the in store disc based copy.I guess we'll see.

    Nov 7, 05:22 AM
    Hopefully it will come out within a fortnight otherwise it will be a long wait to MWSF :( I envisage just increased HD and possibly 1GB ram standard if it comes out within the fortnight. But if the C2D Macbook comes out MWSF there better be some decent upgrades! Maybe dedicated graphics card or at least the X3000.

    Mar 25, 01:04 PM
    Thats no true.

    Apple just a few days ago released Mac OS X 10.6.7 and was only 475MB, and the Combo update was only 1.12GB. Mac OS X 10.6.6 brought the Mac App Store and was only 143MB.

    I don't know why your updates are 4GB.

    He didn't mean the Mac OS; he meant an app he bought from the App Store that was 4GB.


    Aug 2, 05:52 PM
    but that doesn't mean that OS X is anywhere near impenetrable

    I don't think that anyone who has A Clue™ doesn't know this already.
    The ilk of people who think it's immune are the same ilk of people that don't understand why their WindowsPC is running so "slowly".

    I just resent being called smug.

    I also resent blackhatters who are new to the OS X game getting all rightous. Where were they the last 5 years?
    They're part of the REASON "mac users are so smug about security".

    Oct 26, 05:33 PM
    While we don't know exactly how the Firmware update was designed, it would appear as though the update will simply ignore symptoms of a SMC short circuit to allow the laptop to continue operating. If this is the case it may degrade a MacBook's ability to detect true over-heat situations.

    I agree. This seems a risky way to deal with a hardware defect. My first macbook had RSS, and apple exchanged it for a new one with me. If this one started doing it I'd be very worried - firmware update or no.

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