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  • applemacdude
    Jan 12, 06:56 PM
    He didn't do it by himself. There was a whole company working on things. The difference is that he had a vision of what should be happening.

    It took smart people in all areas to make Apple what it is today.

    What about all the former Apple CEO's. They had a company behind him too, but he simply could not lead like Jobs can.

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  • milo
    Oct 3, 06:02 PM
    Okay, you've got me. Pirating stuff is fun and nobody will ever get to you. And if they do it's still fun since you don't get a criminal record. And if you got one then it would be totally unfair. Man, I am a total idiot for even considering to buy stuff. You know, pay money for it.

    Don't put words in our mouths. If you're going to make the moral argument against piracy, make it. I just don't agree with trying to fearmonger by saying that the feds are going to bust your door down and impound your hard drives.

    Don't confuse condoning piracy with pointing out incorrect statements.

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  • J.Bell
    Nov 24, 03:37 PM
    I was able to use my state/local government discount, with the sales discount, at the online store. Got a 20� imac with 256MB video card for $1460 total.

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  • Nicolasdec
    Jan 9, 05:29 PM
    i was whatching it and it ****ed up in the middle

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  • leomac08
    Jul 28, 01:26 PM
    That is true. I'm surprised nobody has brought even diesel based hybrids here yet. I recall hearing VW was planning on it, but I don't remember where I read that.

    The Audi A3 clean diesel TDI

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  • Brocktoon
    Jan 8, 11:27 PM
    Macbook Nano
    Carbon fiber "gun metal" enclosure
    12" LCD screen
    1GB RAM (2GB BTO)
    32GB Solid State drive (64GB BTO)
    Core 2 Duo Penryn 2.1 GHz (2.4 GHz BTO)
    8+ hour battery life
    Multi-touch trackpad
    External Optical drive

    Default configuration $1499
    Maxed out BTO configuration $1999

    Probably no dedicated GPU, but that can't be helped...
    That's what MBPs are for :rolleyes:

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  • MacUser4_20
    Sep 25, 01:26 PM
    Great update, Great Feature-set, Apple IS listening, Thank you! Cannot wait to update 1.1.2 on my Mac! Thank you, thank you, thank you, APPLE!

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  • maclaptop
    Apr 16, 06:27 PM
    Ahhhh.... dude... the only Apps that don't really get approved are ones that do things that can cause security risks or just plain trying to steal your information.

    Disclaimer: I am NOT directing this comment at you Popeye, it's just a comment :)

    This crap about the only apps that don't get approved is a bunch of BS.

    Steve Jobs wants you (using the word "you" generically) to believe this load of cow dung.

    The truth is, that the only apps approved are the ones that have been looked at with a magnifying glass to be sure there isn't anything that Apple does not like. They make all decisions for their users (which includes me).

    So... I'm not bashing Apple, I'm a huge Apple customer of many years and have spent tens of thousands of dollars with them.

    I know Apple well and I am simply sharing my viewpoint.

    That's it. Nothing sinister on my part.

    I neither love them or hate them. It is what it is.

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  • Swift
    Jan 6, 09:15 AM
    Sad to say, I think the Quicktime feeds were great, but even back when you were a tiny minority, you had to be lucky in getting on the Akamai bandwagon, and the stream was prone to big glitches. When Quicktime 7 (or was it 6?) came out, Steve wanted the HD treatment, and the audience got so big that the server charges would just be too large, and the whole operation questionable.

    But I was at the Apple store when the G5 was announced, and it's that G5 that I got six months later. As for the excellent marketing idea of having the announced products available for sale, I think the perceived need for secrecy interferes too much with that. If they were shipping new Macs or iPods throughout the chain in the week before MacWorld, how long before some guy's cell phone takes a picture that ends up on, er, MacRumors?


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  • one1
    May 4, 12:08 AM
    Wow... I rarely run across the checkerboard on mine and when I do it's gone in a second or two. Not obtrusive.

    Surf more than just text pages. The heavier it gets the more checkerboards.

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  • Consultant
    May 3, 04:24 PM
    So much for the freedom of being open :rolleyes:

    - carriers adding crapware by default
    - carriers blocking certain apps
    - carriers preventing you from updating to the latest OS (or if you are lucky only delay it for a long time)
    - android was the only mobile platform where the remote wipe had to be used once for 'bad' apps

    .... yep, way to go Android - open is good (for carriers, not the user) :D

    Exactly. They are not smart enough to realize it's 'open' to the carriers, not the end users.

    Oh, and that Google is tracking them in almost real time.

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  • leekohler
    Mar 4, 09:05 AM
    Strikes would be illegal? This is why the Republican Party can never be allowed to lead this country. Land Of The Free my arse. Unions are made up of people who want some control over their professions (whatever it is) and their lives. Conservatives/Republican's will never be happy if lowly workers have some control. They can take what we give them and they'd better be happy with it or else.

    That's my company's attitude. We need less of that kind of thing, not more. That attitude is spreading too.

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  • Chupa Chupa
    Oct 11, 09:23 PM
    Hellooooo Zune!

    Have fun. You seem like a brown Zune guy. That way no one can tell if its dirty or not.

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  • spencers
    Apr 6, 02:47 PM
    black euro tray for my car. replaces cupholders

    Stuff for autocross...
    Portable air compressor

    tire pressure gauge

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  • Interstella5555
    Mar 17, 06:58 PM
    I don't know why people feel the need to put others down over their choice of electronic gadgets. People should get what best suits their needs and forget about what others are using. Personally, I would just ignore the rude comments.

    Yeah, I live in a place where there are a lot more important things going on that how you're calling someone or checking your email.

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  • MagnusVonMagnum
    Apr 30, 07:38 AM
    Nope, it won't happen at all. There is too big of a market for people who write and rely on custom software.

    Who said there couldn't be custom software? You'll simply need a developer package. Students might get a special 'exception' area on the App store or private access or whatever, but it doesn't mean they won't start closing down the system at some point. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon....

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  • G5isAlive
    Apr 8, 01:19 PM
    What a surprise, Tech Crunch got a story completely wrong

    and it was repeated by MacRumors and everyone jumped all over it...

    really you are just going to point a finger at Tech Crunch? We are all to blame here for jumping.

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  • Knox
    Jan 5, 03:44 PM
    I don't think expense is the issue here.

    It was more the logistics of serving hundreds of thousands of clients I was thinking of, although expense could be a factor - I would suspect that the vast majority of people who would bother to watch a live keynote stream will find out what's said anyway via another method, so little financial benefit doing a live stream.

    Technically a live stream to the stores would be far more likely, but then you have human management issues - how busy the stores get etc.

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  • MacRumors
    Apr 29, 03:43 PM (

    With Apple having pushed out a new update ( to the Mac OS X Lion developer preview program, those with access to the new build have been looking for changes in an attempt to see what Apple has been working on over the past few weeks.

    One minor point that caught our eye is a change in the user interface elements for selecting subpanes within System Preferences. In this latest build, the active subpane is denoted by a sunken, darker button that appears as if it has been pushed, as shown in the Expos� & Spaces preference pane.

    Current "button" style subpane selector with Expos� active
    Earlier builds of Mac OS X Lion had used a sort of slider animation where the active subpane was represented by a lighter colored button that confused many users when simply glancing at the pane without attempting to move the slider and thus having the animation to key on.

    Earlier "slider" style subpane selector with Spaces active
    In the face of that criticism, Apple appears to have rethought its mechanism for switching between subpanes and reverted back to a button style that appears more intuitive.

    A similar change has been made in iCal, where an earlier slider-style navigator ( was rolled out to select among day/week/month/year views but has now been replaced by more traditional button-style selectors.

    iCal selector buttons in latest Mac OS X Lion build

    Article Link: Apple Tweaks Mac OS X Lion UI In Response to Criticism (

    Apr 25, 02:06 PM
    Is it just me or did Apple keep a tighter lid on this stuff in the past?

    i just don't think people cared as much

    Apr 25, 12:00 PM
    Fake. Display looks like paper / printed.

    That's what I'm seeing too.

    Apr 9, 05:28 PM
    A lot of the 'rumours' you posted are nonsense. Windows 8 will not and will never be unix based

    Kiwi Jones
    Jul 21, 12:12 PM
    Umm, that's still less than 1%. That's pretty good. That would be out of 100 million calls. 99 million calls were fine.

    Not to mention the thousands and thousands of people purposely replicating the issue to show others how it can drop a call. I wonder how many dropped calls were during normal use. I know i've replicated it a few times but have dropped 1 call since launch. And that was in an area with sh***y reception.

    May 15, 01:39 AM
    Wirelessly posted (nokia e63: Mozilla/5.0 (SymbianOS/9.2; U; Series60/3.1 NokiaE63-1/100.21.110; Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 ) AppleWebKit/413 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/413)

    twoodcc, is a wonderful (free) web based app. You install a task bar application tht runs whenever the computer turns on.. You then connect in via a web based interface.

    Also you could use team viewer to connect. Its free as well but is an app that needs to be opened (auto start might work), its a much much better experience then but not as reliable/portable/accessible.

    You could also setup port forwarding yourself and run vnc servers :)

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