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  • heron88
    Mar 10, 08:12 PM

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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 7, 10:12 AM
    Agreed. Dream prices:

    20"= $450

    They could always fill the $2k dispay spot with a 50", HDTV Capable display that supported 20 million pixles :D

    More like
    30"-as is.

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  • jgk6502
    Mar 21, 11:17 PM
    After he received the iPad2, he scrambled around his house looking for other things to return, with a same stickie note attached.
    Playboy subscription - Wife says no. Hugh says yes, as a bunny shows up at his door.

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  • mlblacy
    Apr 12, 07:27 AM
    The very world/country you live in is build on greed, theft, slavery...and here's something new for you but your probably supporting it every day. But hey whatever you do make sure not to download anything you haven't payed for

    Screw it i pay a monthly bill that allows me access to the in my twisted mind i believe that since i payed for the internets, everything that is downloadable is legit :D

    so, because I live in the US I can't think something is morally corrupt?
    That is an interesting perspective, especially since you have no idea what my political & moral beliefs are...

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  • VirtualRain
    Mar 5, 02:01 PM

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  • ComputersaysNo
    Mar 21, 02:18 PM
    Last year a girl from the UK (if i remember correctly) wrote a letter to Jack Sparrow that she would love to meet him as she wanted him to lead a mutiny against her teachers.

    ...and so he did

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  • bigmc6000
    Aug 3, 09:45 AM
    During the course of our interview, it came out that Apple had leaned on Maynor and Ellch pretty hard not to make this an issue about the Mac drivers -- mainly because Apple had not fixed the problem yet. Maynor acknowledged that he used a third-party wireless card in the demo so as not to draw attention to the flaw resident in Macbook drivers. But he also admitted that the same flaws were resident in the default Macbook wireless device drivers, and that those drivers were identically exploitable. And that is what I reported. end quote

    Watch what you connect to!

    NOT! Are you serious??? - some guy writes in his blog that Apple was leaning heavily on him not to point out the problems with apples drives. Wow - it's on the internet it must be true. Oh wait - it that were right I'd have a true video iPod, a PB G5, an iPhone, and a 12 GB Nano in my ownership right now.

    Give me a break - it's a blog for crying out loud - it's about as accurate as MacOSRumors.

    Also, as pointed out on page 3 (I think) - the latest security update fixes this vulnerability - even tho it's still a 3rd party USB driver and I don't believe for 1 second that he used a 3rd party card out of respect for apple's wishes...

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  • jacg
    Sep 6, 10:07 AM
    Anyone notice that you can configure a Mac Mini with a 160 GB hard drive. They're 2.5" aren't they? So that suggests 160 GB will be an option in Apple notebooks soon.

    I guess that's not really an unexpected move. I only hope that we get a real 2nd Gen MBP with goodies that have developed since the first (rushed out?) attempt. I'd like one right now, but the longer we have to wait, the more optimistic I get.

    Things I'd like in a 15" MBP: Easy-change drive/RAM, faster superdrive, FW800, Macbook-style latch & keyboard.

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  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Sep 14, 08:45 AM
    Thanks Mitthrawnuruodo and Chundles. I know it's not news, but I wanted to know.I'm really sorry if I sounded a bit harsh... I didn't really mean to... :o

    It's just that this has been explained over and again so I roll my eyes more as a reflex... ;)

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  • muire
    Nov 27, 10:47 AM
    I predicted this a year ago... :)

    Wow. Here's a cookie.

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  • pound4pound30
    Mar 25, 12:20 PM
    Hopefully it fixes the FaceTime glitch on the iPad 2.

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  • Edge100
    Nov 27, 01:20 PM
    I also think that whoever has the remaining rights to this material realise that its shelf-life is almost up. In 5-10 years time, the broad appeal of much of this material may have less relevance to the average consumer and its perceived market-value may be far less.

    That's not a comment on the merits of The Beatles' music; just my view based on many of the comments I read by what I am assuming are younger music listeners.

    I'm 43, many of these songs are ingrained into my memory from childhood, but the only Beatles albums I would possibly be interested in are maybe 2-4 remastered CDs; I'm not interested in downloads at all. But to be honest, I don't feel that by not currently owning them that my music collection is lacking at all.

    I disagree.

    There will be Beatles songs that are removed from the public conciousness in the way you describe, but there will be others that live on. Likewise, the image of the Beatles is long-lasting. I think the time will come that Apple (Corps) will not be able to think up new ways of presenting the music, or people will tire of new ways of hearing the music. In that respect, the revenue stream might dry up.

    But the image of the Beatles as the greatest pop/rock band, the music and social innovators, is enduring.

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  • gutefahrt
    Apr 17, 02:42 PM
    I bought one at the BB in Santa Fe, NM on Wednesday.

    I live in Albuquerque, and both stores here have had no inventory over the last month. I drove the 40 minutes (75 MPH speed limit) after the Santa Fe store confirmed over the phone they had some 16's & 4 64 WiFi's.

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  • Uragon
    Oct 17, 09:28 AM
    "Squirt," I guess is not an unfamiliar word to a man whose shirt is...... I don't want to see that video again....:D

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  • ULFoaf
    Mar 19, 01:53 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    The old posts are hilarious & full of negative comments about how the iPod will flop. The advice for Apple to get out of the "gadget" business are very funny.

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  • Huntn
    Mar 11, 06:28 PM
    Again, the military is inextricable from the economy.

    President Eisenhower thought it was better to expend energy and our precious resources on products that help and improve the human race, not to kill each other.

    But I understand what you are saying though. Shifts will have to be made, pain will be suffered, just like the entire U.S. and most of the Western World is suffering the pains of globalization allowing the Middle Class to approach extinction, while the Rich get richer. In the U.S. you can thank the evil end-justifies-the-means, lying, cheating, Republican Party. And their "end" sucks a lot! Boehner and McConnel should be banned from holding public office.

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  • mdlooker
    Apr 3, 11:21 AM
    Your wife said 'no'?

    You know, this is a question that I've been wanting to ask for a long time, and this is not directed only at you, but to all responses similar to yours I've seen on such topics. It's an honest question I have, because it just blows my mind:

    What the hell kind of relationship do you people have with your spouses?? I mean, seriously??! You need their explicit PERMISSION to buy something you want, with your money, and it gets to their point of people BEGGING their wives to let them buy something, only to be turned down?! How the hell do you get yourself into this kind of dynamic? The only plausible reason that a wife may be against it is if you guys are so short on cash, that $500 will break the account and drive you into poverty? And if this is the case, then you people should have a bit more responsibility than to beg your wives to let you buy something that you clearly can't afford. If you CAN afford it, and it is your $$, then why the hell do you even need to ask your wife in the 1st place, and what right does she have to refuse you? Do your wives make all the money? An iPad isn't a car or a house that needs to be a consensual and debated purchase. Your wife shouldn't have the ability (nor the desire) to stop you from buying one.

    This is honestly something that Id like an answer to. Some of you seem to have a 'child/parent' relationship, instead of husband/wife. If she's the breadwinner of the house, and you mooch of her, fine I'd understand. But if you bring in the $$? Sounds like a disturbing and cold relationship. Why does she get to dominate you and dictate your decisions, void of any debate or discussion?


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  • scottsjack
    Dec 1, 02:12 PM
    I assume that you have the Mono set. If so, you have the better one (other than missing Abbey Road and Let It Be. As has been said many times they are better mixes and the differences are fairly significant in places. Due to the differences, it's easier to argue that you need the both.

    I like the Mono set packaging, with the replica sleeves, but the stereo set packaging is also very good with better sleeve notes and the mini documentaries. The box set comes with all the documentaries on one DVD which is better than watching them individually on the CD's

    Go on, you know you want to. :)

    I don't have the mono set but I listen to lossless CD rips with my iPhone set to mono. In mono I get to hear what George Martin really had in mind. An additional benefit is that mono tends to hide George's horrible guitar playing, attempts at singing songs too difficult for their singing abilities and most of all horrible stereo versions that resulted from down mixing with primitive recording equipment.

    In all fairness to The Beatles the modern concept of stereo intended for headphone use with centered voices, duplicated guitars at maximum spread and slightly spread but centered drums hadn't been invented yet. Especially for the earlier albums the mono sound is The Beatles sound.

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  • Chundles
    Sep 13, 08:10 AM
    True, but at the same time there two things to consider. A lot better battery life and brighter screen. Those are the two positives of having OLEDs in the first place. True it might just be a rumor, but I guess we'll find out when we get these new ipods. (OLEDS can do pure black)

    They're not using OLED screens. From the iPod nano tech specs:

    It's definitely just a regular LCD screen.

    Nov 2, 04:54 PM
    Do you think that was Apple's decision to hold off on MMS, or AT&T pressuring them to hold off because they were afraid it would bring their network even more to its knees? From what I've read, it sounded like MMS was already in the iPhoneOS, just disabled. I don't know for sure though, anyone else wanna chime in on this?

    Well, MMS wasn't available anywhere else in any other market worldwide on the iPhone until 3.0 came out, so no, I don't think it had anything to do with AT&T. That was just a case of Apple trying to tell everyone what makes an advanced mobile device.

    May 5, 01:27 AM
    Regardless of the current state of 3D display technology (i.e. terrible), the future will most likely be in 3D. Maybe Apple will be the first to get 3D right, like how they were the first to get the mp3 player, smartphone, and tablet right! You've got to admit, they've proven the general populace on these forums wrong many times.

    Obviously, "getting it right" would mean the following:
    1. No stupid accessories (glasses, lights on your head etc.)
    2. Minimal headache complaints
    3. Same, if not better, resolution as the current iPad.. but in 3D
    4. Actually adds a whole lot to the user experience
    5. POSSIBLY, allowing multiple people to see "3D" from different angles

    If they do "get it right", maybe we'll see Apple making 3D TVs. Who knows. They have gone from a computer company to a personal electronics company over the last decade.

    Apr 14, 10:35 AM
    Battery life? Not saying it isn't worth it to you. Just saying, there are trade offs (which you are well aware of, most likely).

    Battery Life, build quality, customer support...all big things. That said, I agree with the core of Nykwil's argument. The Apple Tax has gotten out of control. Im tired of Toshiba/Dell/HP making systems with far superior specs, at 30% less than Apple. That doesnt stop the masses from buying MB's and showing Apple "we* dont know the difference".

    *MacRumors' Members exception

    Aug 24, 02:40 PM
    Ugh, this is going to give my PC-loving friends fuel for YEARS. Just like every little crap article that comes out about ANY possible Apple security problem.

    The taunts are already pouring in! "Ha! Ha! The shoe is on the other foot now!" "Oh how the tables do turn!" "Guess you can't act all high and mighty NOW, huh?" "Intel chips and now exploding batteries? Where do I sign up for a Dell�I mean, Mac again?"

    AHH!!! :mad:

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