Friday, July 1, 2011

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  • jbernie
    Dec 27, 11:07 PM
    No it's not banned. They are intentionally trying to make it more difficult for you to buy it. You have to do the footwork yourself to get it. It is unprecendented for a company to want to make their product more difficult to buy.

    oh my.. poor baby... such a hard life you lead... having to actually go do something yourself, next you will tell us how you have all of your mail hand delivered to you on a silver platter and your butler or maid reads it all to you.

    Given how many members of MacRumors don't even have an Apple store in their city let alone state or country you come of as a whinger who needs sympathy when in reality you have nothing to complain about in the first place.

    Maybe the truth is you are complaining about losing your easy way to get iPhones through fraudulant means and selling them for a profit? I mean, why else would you suggest that AT&T is lying about fraud as potential reason for blocking online purchases in your area?

    Go take a walk, you can probably hit 5 AT&T resellers of some sort or Apple stores throwing a baseball from your front doorstep.





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  • OllyW
    Mar 17, 06:47 AM
    �1.30 per Litre, �5.91 per UK Gallon, $7.95 per US Gallon.

    It's a good job I enjoy cycling. :)





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  • Elijahg
    Apr 5, 09:02 PM
    No, it doesn't. The line-in port does not supply power for a microphone.

    The combined line-in/out jack on the newest Macs certainly DOES supply a small amount of power for the mic built into the iPhone headphones. The separate line in port on older Macs doesn't, but the headphone port does supply power (on my 2009 MBP at least). It's not the same amount of power as the mic port on PCs, but it's similar. The mic on an analogue headset designed for a PC has never worked on a Mac. The old Plaintalk mics back in the beige Mac days used to have a really long connector, so the tip would touch the power part of the socket in the Mac.

    Some people seem to want a new Dock Connector, but I think the current one is here to stay for quite a while yet. It's thin, tough, and has plenty of pins for analogue and digital data. Plus there are thousands of devices that use the Dock Connector. If Apple were to change the design, it'd likely prevent future devices from connecting to the thousands of accessories.

    The only problem I've ever had with the connector is the quality of the cable. It's awful. It's made from a kind of eco-friendly rubberised plastic, which tends to tear easily. I've had two or three cables split at the connector end; the cable plastic is much too soft.





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  • Alex The Nifty
    Nov 3, 01:10 PM
    You could also either link to or copy the information from www.apple-history.com. It has the specs for (as far as I know) all old Apple products, but is seldom updated, so if we put everything here, then we would have a more up-to-date, all-in-one database.



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  • Zepaw
    Apr 13, 09:18 AM
    I'm holding off on the ipad. I really like it and I'm not waiting for some future specs. I just am not sure I have enough need for it to spend that kind of cash. I have a three year old laptop and I think I'd rather save a little more money and get a new laptop than add an ipad to my collection. And I think the needs of an ipad are not that great for me right now.

    I think if I were to buy one it would be as a gift for my parents. You know these are ideal for people in the family who do not really need a full computer but you'd like to have the ability to interact with on-line. You can set it up with your own computer and occasionally update it for them. It looks to be a lot less of a headache to manage for someone who is not tech savvy than a full computer.

    Ditto on all counts, especially if the 3yo laptop is a MBP.





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  • HexMonkey
    May 28, 04:59 PM
    I don't have much time right now (I'm kind of in class at the moment) but I think I figured out how to edit categories, just edit the category page like any normal page, I'm going to test it out with a new category later when I have more time to figure out how to delete my test category after creating it (yes I'm very new to wiki editing).

    Only sysops can delete pages. If you want to create a test category I can delete it when you're done with it.



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  • diamond.g
    Apr 19, 11:08 AM
    iOS Expose could be an improvement to multitasking, maybe they need to wait for the A5 to have the power to make it work.

    64GB should have happened a long time ago imo.

    If the Palm Pre can do it with crappy hardware, and have live previews, Apple should be able to do the same...





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  • Waybo
    Mar 17, 11:32 AM
    Master-D said, "Something like this? I would be interested to see your preferred crop.http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5051/5531424429_1eaf976b56_b.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/damoncrane/5531424429/in/photostream/)

    My crop would have been just like this! Very nice!



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  • WiiDSmoker
    Feb 18, 10:44 AM
    That's a lot of money in one room! :eek::eek:





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  • hipsigti
    Jan 28, 06:02 AM
    I read somewhere awhile back that this same technology was in passports and and licenses and was very easy to read the information and hack in to the chip with some sort of device you can purchase or make from your local radio shack like a frequency scan tool like back in the old days with car alarms with code hopping technology! interesting video check out the whole vid the rfid part starts at 6:20sec. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuBo4E77ZXo



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  • powerofmac
    Aug 19, 10:13 AM
    After numerous accusations from all over the world of Facebook violating private privacy rights they now do this...

    Yep, I really thing that Facebook is going to go down with all this crap they are doing.

    Microsoft's rep = crashing and copying Mac
    Facebook's rep = lack of privacy and opt out NOT opt in





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  • cdd543
    Jan 6, 09:44 PM
    It is a nice addition...too bad it took so long.



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  • KingYaba
    Apr 30, 11:47 AM
    3GB download. It's times like this I wish I lived in Hong Kong.

    That's not too big. Just set it to download while you sleep. :)





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  • MXDT
    May 3, 10:34 AM
    Running this on my Macbook Alu 2.4Ghz with Nvidia 9400M hooked up to my 46 1080P Sony. The game runs perfectly normal on full 1080P on low settings. I feel I can even push some medium settings on it. My machine gets really hot and the fans are in high gear even when it is not pushing a 1080p second display.

    How worried about heat should I be over extended periods of time?



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  • dmachine
    Dec 9, 10:49 PM
    I have a DS that I am interested in selling but I am not interested in that PC.





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  • solvs
    May 26, 03:48 PM
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by wsteineker
    [B]So things are great for around 3 weeks when all of the sudden my CDR just stops working. Seriously, just like that. I wake up, boot, and BOOM! It's gone. [B]

    No kidding! My Mom's XP did the same thing. Sony's answer? Reformat and reinstall.

    This debate could (and will) go on forever. I consider myself a cross-platform guy. Pretty knowledgeable about tech stuff. I just got done posting a WinTel vs. Apple comment in another forum.

    It all boils down to this:

    I'm building a new PC out of some spare parts and a few upgrades... to play around with. To use for some stuff. And no, not games. Some legal software (I'm not paying twice).

    But I'm saving up to buy a nice Mac in a few months (come on 970) to use. To work on. Audio/Video/Imaging. I know you can do those on a PC. But why would you want to?

    I mean, really. Why?

    I'd rather have secure and acurate than cheap and (sometimes) a little more speed.



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  • Cheffy Dave
    Apr 14, 01:16 PM
    A good hire, Apple deserves him;)





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  • Pistol Pete
    Oct 26, 02:55 PM
    whatever we just need rosetta for our PPC Macs ;)





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  • TheNewDude
    May 10, 05:11 PM
    Did you actually get the beta from Blizzard? Or did you just download some random beta from a pirate site?

    If you're not a part of the authorized Beta, you're not going to be able to play maps (as far as I know) on a Mac. The beta is based on online multiplayer only.

    My buddy gave me the copy he got.
    So i guess I'm outta luck!

    Oh well.... I guess I will go bother Best Buy for my Beta Code!





    abbstrack
    Aug 19, 09:59 AM
    not available in my region yet.

    my 'region' is NYC.

    I dont throw this term around much, but i'd say this is a launch *fail*





    str1f3
    Dec 27, 09:22 PM
    Why is that not unrealistic? NYC has 8.3 million people as of 2008. Even if 99,999 people had their identities stolen for iPhones, that's only 1.2% of the population. Consider that as of 4.6% of the population were victims of ID fraud according to the Federal Trade Commission.

    I think it would take less than 99,999 cases in a concentrated area for AT&T to consider potential fraud a problem. Even 50,000 iPhones and accounts lost due to fraud would cause about $15 million in losses, assuming an average $300 subsidy per iPhone.


    Also: it's not just ID theft that could be the issue here. there are other ways to scam iPhones off AT&T and resell them.

    Hold on. ID theft is not nearly as commonplace as 1.2% in NYC and it wouldn't mean that half of them would get iPhones. Operations that large have IDs from all across the country, if not the world. It is rather strange that AT&T's timing is right during the holiday season when a huge amount of people would be purchasing an iPhone and it is not like these thieves would be waiting til the holidays to use this info. You would have to believe that AT&T is willing to lose all the online sales from the iPhone on Christmas to stop some thieves.




    ct2k7
    Apr 23, 06:27 PM
    A computer's best feature is its application, but the operating system that runs the applications should not be neglected.

    Windows is garbage.

    Virtualizing Windows desktops will be like a bad sitcom - everybody is laughing except the ones who work on it.

    Personally, I lean left-wing on some issues, right-wing on one or two issues. but prefer not being labeled as anything. For left-wing or right-wing, they're both part of a big turkey. I am an individual. I am a free man. Not a number. :D

    My appearance could be better, but I'd rather get to work. Substance over style. Mac has a great look, but the OS is what counts the most.

    PCs aren 't much cheaper once you add in support costs, not to mention adware, trialware, and other crapware that get preinstalled. And once info is added into the registry, it can (usually) be removed but the registry cannot be compacted. Bloat creeps in and reinstalling is inevitable, if performance is a concern. Even with Win7, which has bugs that SP1 hasn't fixed either...

    OS X has a couple of foibles, but compared to Windows "it just works" is not an inaccurate statement and, quite frankly, is vastly superior to Windows.

    Mostly entirely subjective, and I have to disagree with you in a lot of places.





    sk58781111
    Oct 7, 10:47 AM
    3.5" was great in 2007 but not anymore. Apple needs to make a 4.2" iPhone ;)





    liavman
    Mar 25, 12:59 PM
    I think these are perfectly fine and I'm sure there will be another revision next year. The only thing that would have tilted the scales for me to hold out for the iPad2 is if it had a higher resolution screen. The cameras do nothing for me and the weight and thickness I don't think will make much of a difference when just using it around the house.

    Is that what others who are still buying the 1st gen are thinking too?

    Yup, pretty much. If Video conferencing is not a requirement, then iPad 1 is just as good for all practical purposes. There may be some outliers but so be it. We will catch up next year.



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