Friday, July 1, 2011

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  • matticus008
    Mar 20, 03:27 PM
    All of these comments miss the point of what the announcement is about, institutional purchases. This is about school's buying large quantities, and really, since I have a hard time imagining that a University would be buying 10 packs of iPods .
    Apple does sell iPods in institutional packs.
    We've asked several Apple representatives "if I buy a class set of 32 ipods, and I want to use a paid app, how many copies does the school need to buy,
    You need to talk to the developer, not to Apple. The App Store doesn't do volume licensing, because it's a consumer resource. The developer will either give you codes for each device or arrange to provide you with a master for site licensing, in which case you'll have to go the enterprise deployment route that Apple offers for large organizations.




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  • Checks and balances.



  • ejfontenot
    Mar 11, 01:41 PM
    Which entrance to the mall is gonna get me closest to the end of the line?





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  • Adam-
    Apr 5, 11:37 AM
    Turn down the brightness. The HTC Touch pro could dim the leds. It used a capacitive bottom panel with buttons underneath, similar to the way that the Magic trackpads work. Maybe the whole bezel would be capacitive and the bottom portion would have an indent and a button, where you only go home with a firm press on the panel, and the home button lights up when you run your fingers over it?

    Yeah i suppose so. It would be be cool, though its like the clicking when you type on a iPhone, its great when you first get one because its so 'iPhone' but after a text or two it goes off and never comes back on





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  • fixyourthinking
    Oct 17, 02:35 PM
    I wrote a guide on my blog about how to get out of a cellphone contract when the iPhone is released. Enjoy (if you care to):

    http://fixyourthinking.com/2006/10/how-to-get-out-of-cell-phone-contract.html;)



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  • John.B
    Mar 13, 01:28 PM
    Is it possible that 4.2.6 and 4.3 have different DST settings? Sure. Unlikely? You bet. Odds are we're seeing an issue with carriers and it localized in spots.
    My work phone is with Sprint (WinMo), and it adjusted two hours forward. :confused:





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  • applefan88
    Mar 13, 12:32 PM
    I had this issue too, on my VZW iPhone. Had nothing to do with any alarms that were set. I left work at 11:30pm, my phone had the correct time. I got home at 12:14am, and I noticed that my phone was now reading 11:14pm. As I had been driving in between those two times, I didn't notice when it made the switch, but I assume it was at midnight.

    I went into settings and I noticed that my timezone said "Chicago", even though I live in NY. I deleted Chicago and set it to New York. The time switched to the correct time, and then a moment later fell back an hour again! Then I turned off "Set Time Automatically" and set it manually. That set the time to the correct time. I was curious to see if it would ever fix itself, so I set it back to Automatically, and then went to bed. I woke up in the middle of the night and saw that it was still an hour behind, even though DST took effect at 2am. However, when I woke up this morning at around 11am, my phone was correct (as in, it matched my cable box which I assume updated automatically).



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  • drlunanerd
    Oct 26, 01:50 PM
    Hmm, this could work in Apple's favour if, for example, the unthinkable happened and CS3 was released as Intel-only. It'd force a lot of pro users to upgrade their hardware to Intel Macs. Then again it could piss them all off into gradually abandoning the Mac platform and switching to PC.

    It's not a good precedent, but inevitable at some point. Surprising that it's happening already though.





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  • basesloaded190
    Jan 6, 03:25 PM
    This is probably a very easy question, but how do I get to that screen?

    Facebook under settings



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  • TheNewDude
    May 10, 10:18 PM
    Getting the application doesn't let you play. The game is online, and you have to log into SC II with a battle.net account that has a StarCraft 2 Beta Key registered with it.

    Yeah that's what i figured. So i went to Best Buy because I had placed my pre-order there a while back but never got a code. The girl at customer service had no clue what I was talking about. They said they will have the guy from Video Games call me tomorrow....





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  • miamijim
    Apr 13, 04:17 AM
    You're saying "they'd do an awful job," when in reality there's no way to judge how well they were able to perform because they were never given a chance to demonstrate their capabilities.

    So let's reword your sentence to be more accurate ...

    Naturally then, if you employed a white person to work in a shop they'd never have a chance to prove their capability because they wouldn't be able to serve any of the racist clientele.

    You going to fire a person because of that?

    Personally, I'd be looking for better customers. Normally, I think of people who do business with disgusting and loathsome customers as whores.


    A business can not choose it's customers, a business takes all the custom it can get to make a profit and pay it's employees...

    A business that pick and chooses it's cutomers based upon the customers personality traits would soon go out of business.



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  • boffo
    Apr 24, 06:01 AM
    More storage please! I guess that means a 512GB SSD.

    All I want is a 13" Mac laptop with a 1440x900 display and with enough storage space for all my stuff.





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  • eternlgladiator
    Feb 23, 03:45 PM
    oooo high as pos please. was thinking dvd screen shot but it looks pants.

    I chopped the guy out and scaled it up on photoshop to 1920x1200. It doesn't look terrible and you can't really tell there was a person in it. My photoshop skills are a little lacking since I haven't had formal training in about 3 years and am not familiar with all the new stuff it can do. Do you know how I can post a picture on the forum from my computer or do you want to email me? my macrumors name @ gmail



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  • zephonic
    May 1, 07:13 AM
    Yeah, I know about dragging it onto the mail icon, but that is a flick of the wrist, which is inherently more of a strain than two clicks with a finger! :D

    I never really knew about automator. I looked at it after you mentioned it, but can't figure out how to go about the task. If you have any pointers that'd be great.





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  • *LTD*
    Apr 30, 06:07 PM
    Considering that nearly all "Pro IT" overwhelmingly used Windows

    Their entire careers depend on maintaining an OS that needs constant maintenance. Windows is inherently broken, and an entire industry grew up to take full advantage of exactly that. Too funny.



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  • Transporteur
    Apr 18, 01:25 PM
    snip


    Ah allright, rural areas are of course different. That being said, the rural areas in most european countries don't really have a good public transportation infrastructure either, but you're absolutely right, the sheer size of the US makes it worse. Even in rural areas in Europe, you don't have to travel far to get to a train station, airport etc.

    But yes, there's the problem with us Europeans. For us the US consists only of very large cities, which indeed have public transport. :)





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  • Eidorian
    Jun 17, 07:56 PM
    I mean your attempted joke about a newer version coming out by Christmas was a poor effort, and that further attempts could be better.What joke?

    The older models aren't being produced anymore.



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  • CaoCao
    Apr 6, 01:25 AM
    w00t, blazing fast backup times anyone? (20s/16GB w/TB)





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  • scirica
    Mar 11, 07:55 PM
    Wirelessly posted (iPhone: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    They ran out fast at Brst Buy Flower Mound. I wanted 32g wifi and all they had was 16g white. I left empty-handed.





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  • Doctor Q
    Oct 16, 04:38 PM
    It will be a surprise if they don't name a phone iPhone after getting all those trademarks. They certainly wouldn't save it for another future product while coming out with an Apple-branded phone.

    Is there any chance they have another name in mind for their product but got the patents in order to lock up the name to prevent competitors from using it? Personally, I doubt it.





    houdinize
    Mar 13, 10:28 AM
    No 's'





    Liquorpuki
    May 3, 07:09 PM
    In history, war is the driver of innovation...from the measly dart, to the nuclear warhead.

    Yeah Somalia has been at war for years and their technology has utterly skyrocketed.

    Fun fact: LED TV's were invented during wartime because our soldiers in Afghanistan were tired of hauling their 50 inch tube tv's through the desert.

    Advanced in bomb detection leads to better sensors for medical diagnosis.
    Advances in robots leads to better prosthetics and automating.
    Advances in field portable displays leads to large LED screens for remote surgery.
    Advances in nanotech will potentially change everything we know of as "technology" today.

    Those are all blanket statements that could be wrong depending on what example you use. IE the best Medical sensor out there is the MRI and it wasn't invented to detect bombs. Actually if you try to use an MRI to detect a bomb, there's a good chance you'll blow yourself up.

    Many of the above will assist the "cure for cancer", or whatever it is that scares you to death. If you think that during "peacetime", everyone and their mom will devote their lives to "finding the cure", you are sadly mistaken. Humans are lazy...until their life is immediately threatened. War is why we evolved so far past the next "animal".

    Doesn't cancer immediately threaten lives?





    citizenzen
    Apr 3, 08:50 PM
    California has one of the worst budget deficits and some of the most regulations.

    State Projected FY 2012 deficit (Deficit as percent
    of 2011 spending)

    1. Nevada - $1,500,000,000 (45%)
    2. New Jersey - $10,500,000,000 (37%)
    3. Texas - $13,400,000,000 (32%)
    4. California - $25,400,000,000 (29%)
    5. Oregon - $1,800,000,000 (25%)
    6. Minnesota - $3,800,000,000 (24%)
    7. Louisiana - $1,600,000,000 (21%)
    8. New York - $10,000,000,000 (19%)
    9. Connecticut - $3,200,000,000 (18%)
    10 South Carolina - $877,000,000 (17%)




    redbeard331
    Jan 17, 11:58 PM
    Still no push, it can't be that hard can it? The small devs get push working on their apps no problem..





    Arcus
    Nov 14, 09:07 AM
    I know who Ill be flying with. Nice.



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