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  • Thataboy
    Aug 4, 11:55 AM
    No its not. There will be live text coverage on MR, and their will be a video of the keynote on apple's site within a couple hours after it ends.

    Well that makes sense, as it costs lots of money for developers to attend... why should they show it for free live :) Thanks.

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  • coldpower27
    Mar 23, 10:46 AM
    I think this attitude comes from backlash due to the fact that historically, men have been "king of the castle" and women have been subjugated. It's almost as if people are trying to make up for that.

    This is silly; relationships should be on equal grounds. And EVERYONE should be able to do something awesome for themselves now and then, whether it be an iPad, a nice meal out, and so on.

    That's not our fault that men of the past were like that, why should men of today pay for the mistakes of yesteryears?

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  • Unspeaked
    Aug 8, 02:06 PM
    I can offer a reason as to why some Mac Pro models don't have BT or Airport Extreme, a great deal of the corporate market don't want their machines to be equipped with them.

    The company I work for will not purchase any machine with Bluetooth as it represents a risk to our highly confidential data. We could not allow a security vulnerability in a Bluetooth stack to allow security to be compormised or indeed just a rogue employee using BT to transfer data to a cell phone or other device.

    Same goes for WiFi, although for some reason we don't see that as being that high a threat (Hey I don't make the rules I just have to follow them!)

    This could be why the top end model is sans Bluetooth and WiFi, to keep the Corporate market sweet.

    Just my 2 cents anyways:D

    I've worked with several companies in this same situation.

    It's the same reason I doubt we'll see Cinema Displays with built-in iSights.

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  • mcmlxix
    Mar 29, 10:38 AM
    It's not like it takes that long to press an icon, although it might help some in the cold winter when I have gloves on.

    I'm in MN and gloves are a necessity for about half of the year. I made my own iGloves...bought some knit gloves opened up just the tips of the thumbs. Of course on very cold days knit gloves won't do, but I have have the heart to cut leather gloves.

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  • Rt&Dzine
    Apr 28, 11:04 AM
    Yep, I'm one of them. Not to de-rail the thread, but I live about two blocks from a tiny tornado that popped down in the Birmingham area. No damage at my house, but three streets over there are no standing trees or power poles.

    As for Tuscaloosa, jeez. I've never seen footage like this except for on Discovery Channel, in places like tornado alley. In the lower left hand corner you'll see my old law school, and behind it about a half-mile is the main Tuscaloosa hospital, DCH.

    I'm so naive. I didn't think tornados like this were real, at least anywhere outside of known "tornado alley" kinds of places. Just awful.

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    Glad you're okay. Aside from the horror of losing loved ones or injuries, I can't imagine having my home destroyed.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 14, 11:04 AM
    The days of $300 Windows PC's are over. People have more expectations for their PC purchases than just email and word documents. People are opting to buy better PCs but less frequently.

    Apple now is an option for people who have abandoned the crappy cheap computers and the iOS devices make Apple PCs even more attractive. Especially with Dual Boot options.

    I've noticed more Linux users on campus opting for Apple PCs too. The people prefer Linux but like the ability to boot into Mac OS and get the benefits of that.

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  • ArizonaKid
    Aug 8, 09:50 AM
    Steve looks unhealthy. He's not as sharp as he used to be. His keynotes were flawless. He stuttered several times, forgot what he was saying in mid sentence, and handed a considerable amount of the keynote to other people. Steve was a control freak in past WWDC keynotes.

    I think he may be in not-so-good health. But I've said that before.

    He was probably up all night worried about how Apple has to restate their earnings. And Stevo is a big part of the SEC's probe.

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  • aswitcher
    Jan 11, 04:30 PM
    Hmm. Something wireless. :rolleyes:

    Yep, thats my guess as well.

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  • otter
    Mar 10, 04:40 AM
    Seems like I recognize that place... even some of the boats... ;) Post more, if you have any. I'm always keen to see someone else's interpretation of a familiar place (at least to me...)

    Here's one more. Having grown up there, I'm quite familiar with the place as well. I should see it as a challenge but the familiarity makes it a difficult place for me to photograph. (

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  • rwilliams
    Mar 12, 09:43 AM
    You know exactly what every MBP purchaser does with their hardware do you?

    I would notice the upgrade. A LOT.

    I'm sure you would. Most wouldn't, unless we assume that everyone here runs processor and RAM intensive tasks all the time.

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  • itcheroni
    Mar 29, 04:50 AM
    So farfetched. May I remind you of a little matter called a Security Council resolution at the instigation of the Arab League? Bush and the neo-cons have no regard for international law.

    To suggest that President Obama represents some new nadir in presidential overreach is pure baloney.

    Check out all US military engagements since the 1940s. ( None of them with congressional approval. You can argue that these many dozens, including Vietnam, all represent unconstitutional actions... but you can't argue that Obama represents some kind of new and dangerous deviation from the history of the last 70 years.

    I think all of them represent unconstitutional actions...although I didn't bother checking the list. Some of them might of passed the congressional test if they had been forced to go that route. It would have saved us a lot of money not to have engaged in so many military activities.

    And I think Obama's actions concerning Libya, in regards to overreaching of Executive powers, are worse than Bush's concerning Iraq. And Bush was probably the worse up until now. Jesus, now I'm depressed.

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  • Kissaragi
    Mar 21, 02:04 PM
    Haha, thats fantastic!

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  • jettredmont
    Oct 15, 03:49 PM
    We heard something really similar to that when every other company released video-playing mp3 players before Apple did, and Jobs said he didn't see anybody wanting to have portable video. Well, Apple bit its tongue and released it, calling it "innovation".

    I'm a big iPod fan (i've purchased 3) but wireless capabilities is the way of the future. I don't see ourselves in 10 years still being limited by wired headphones and such. Maybe it'll be easier than the Zune (haven't seen the demo) but the idea of beaming a song for somebody else to download/hear is pretty cool to me.

    I agree. But, I don't think the "social networking" aspect will fly, when combined with a restrictive DRM scheme. I too like the idea of being able to sample a friend's musical library, but there is too much fine print with the Zune implementation. As for the specific "it will get you dates" selling point, as Steve said, that's pure crap.

    IMHO, Steve is really good at deconstructing the bad approaches to cool technology others promote. As with video, prior to the iPod with video (and even after) I saw several ads showing people out on a busy city street watching videos on their no-name video player. It was, and continues to be, a stupid idea for a way to use a portable video device, yet since that's what's being marketed it gives Steve a nice target for mockery.

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  • tveric
    Nov 8, 09:38 AM
    Still glossy-display only apparently. That sucks.

    I agree. To not offer people a choice here is ludicrous. All the people that want a sub-15" notebook with a matte screen are completely shut out. Thanks, Apple.

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  • Sky Blue
    Sep 12, 03:31 PM
    One of the best application updates Apple has done in a long time.

    Great job Apple. Simply great.

    Agreed. iTunes 5 and 6 were a little 'meh' but I'm loving 7 so far.

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  • Krevnik
    Mar 25, 03:10 PM
    I know. It's insane... Hopefully with iOS 5 we will get some sort of patch system, like on OS X. Makes sense, really.

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  • macintel4me
    Sep 4, 06:36 AM
    Finally there is hope on some new iPods! :D

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 2, 09:19 AM
    I sometimes wonder what the world would be like today if over the last 30 years we had spent 80% of our military budget on actually productive *****.

    "*****" :confused:




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  • hayesk
    May 5, 09:29 AM
    Why so many negatives, I love 3D stuff when it's done correctly. Lots of fun in my opinion. Though I really doubt Apple would put a 3D screen on the iPad.

    Agreed - it's for fun, but not all fun. 3D has its place, just not on the iPad.

    Apr 14, 09:20 AM
    My mom got her iphone last year. She loves it so much she's been totally into apple stuff (bought herself an ipod touch when it came out - don't ask me when she already has an iphone - and even bought me the new nano).

    She says she's probably going to buy a Mac next time (and she used to snub the mac when I was a kid).

    Mar 30, 01:04 AM
    I don't know, citizenzen. Tell me: would it have helped the United States to have some country intervene the outcome in our civil war?

    At the moment, I'm more interested if Piano's military intervention criteria apply to the Republic of Congo.

    Look at the Civil Wars in America and in England. There were no air threats then. I feel that is the difference. As long as Gaddafi has bombers and fighters at his disposal, he has an unfair advantage against the rebels. But hey, let's all agree with Rand Paul and let Gaddafi flatten his country and kill his people right on Europe's doorstep. :rolleyes:

    Mar 23, 06:00 AM
    The basis for any good relationship is communication. And I am not sure what kind of money you make, but $500 is a pretty big wad of cash to throw down and it should merit a conversation with your spouse. Its not like you threw down a $1 on a cheeseburger, or $2 on a scratch off, or heck $20 of beer. You spent $500, thats like a whole months utilities. Thats a car payment. Thats a few hours of tuition for your kid's college one day. Its no chump change.

    And household income should be considered just that, household. It does not matter who makes more money, it should be community, and if you're spending $500 on an iPad, then you're lady should be able to spend $500 on a coach purse. How would you feel about that?

    Non-necessities, expensive purchases should always be discussed. There is a need for open, honest communication in a marriage. If you don't have that, and you are running around buying ipads without consulting them, well unless you got a fad wad of cash, you likely wont stay married long.

    Its about respect. If you don't respect your wife enough to discuss a $500 purchase with her, then you don't deserve to have the companionship of a female.

    Eh, you misunderstood me. The main point I was making is that the wife should not be able to prevent such a purchase IF THEY CAN AFFORD IT. In many cases, money itself is not an issue in such a purchase, as the wife would not blink twice in spending that amount on something SHE wants. My point was that sometimes they refuse things simply because they dont see it benefitting THEM- and that is something selfish, and shows a lack of respect. Of course if the guy is blowing $$ on an iPad when they're having trouble putting food on the table, thats an issue. My post wasnt centered on these cases. It made the assumption that it could comfortably be afforded, but which the wife doesnt see the value in it for herself, which is the sole reason of the refusal or the demand that it be returned. And Ive seen this on many, many occasions. I know this guy that brings in 6 figures a yr, yes his wife (who brings in nothing) controls the bank account. The guy has no balls, his wife dictates the purchases, buys whatever the hell she pleases, and gets upset when he spends on anything without consulting her. She doesnt let him buy **** he wants, the cost of which is a drop in the bucket compared to the income he makes, simply because SHE doesnt see the value in it. But like I said, the guy has no balls and takes it, while she spends thousands on shoes, etc without needing to consult him.But hey, some people love that ****. Sometimes you need to do things that give you individual pleasure in a marriage, not always 'pleasure as a unit'.

    Sep 22, 01:18 PM
    Let's just all line up to get in the door and give them our hard earned money for more of their mindless crap. You can't find what you actually go there for and end up buying loads of junk that you don't need. As for me and my family we will go and spend 5 and even 10% more to be able to find what we need and actually have a cashier at the register when we are ready to leave!

    Oh hey wait is that another huge empty Wal-Mart building that I see there. Why yes it is, a whole neighborhood could fit there or better yet a nice park with some real trees!

    Nov 8, 07:45 AM
    Isn't the RAM the same? Unless they are putting single chips in as opposed to double to make store bought upgrades simpler.

    The 2.0Ghtz versions were upgraded to 1GB Ram minimum (up from 512).

    the 1.83ghtz version is still 512MB

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