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  • Mac-Mariachi
    Apr 16, 12:45 AM
    Everyone keeps saying that aluminum will mess with the signal. But what I'm wondering about is how will the iPad 3G will deal with that? Is 3G iPad going to look different than Wifi model thats currently out?

    Notice the black bar in the Wi-Fi + 3G image

    http://www.marcelacanales.com/wifi.jpg





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  • Timepass
    Aug 1, 04:26 PM
    I have always thought Apple would eventually open up it's DRM of their own free will. At this time, there is no serious competitor to the iPod/iTunes combo. Should serious competition arise, perhaps sometime Zune, the iPods inability to play music from other sources will be a competitive disadvantage.
    However, as a philosophical issue, I have a problem with any government interfering like this in a free market! Sometimes such interference is necessary to prevent harm to the public, but I don't see where this is the case with the iPod. It doesn't cause injury to the user, ( if you heed the volume warnings ), and there are alternatives. Those who don't like iPod/iTunes locking them in to one player are fully free to use the alternatives!]

    It is a fine line. But really apple is flirting with needing the goverment to step in. Goverment waits to long to do anything and the damage is permant and compition is hurt for years to come. A good example is M$ got nailed for it but that didnt change the fact that it made the software the domante force on the market and they didnt have to give up the market share they took.

    a completely free market is bad plan and simple. So is the other direction of the goverment controling everything. it has to be a balance bettween the 2. I am of the opinan that it is getting to the point in just DRM that it is getting close to the time where the goverment needs to step in and help clean up some of the mess before it gets out of hand and all they can do at most is damage control. Right now there is still time to prevent the damanage from happening. Apple got there market share power and now they are getting near to virtual monoploly standing in both the mp3 player market and online music store. Once you cross those lines and become a virtual monoploly in a market the rules change. No longer is using the power in one market to effect the other legal. (so Apple cannt use iTMS to effect ipod sales and ipod to effect iTMS sales as it does now.)



    I also like to point out as people say pull out of those country you have to rememeber that they are just the first countries to pass these laws and THEY WILL NOT BE THE LAST. So should apple pull out of every country that pass those laws. Some how I think that is stupid idea. I expect in the next few years to see all of the EU have laws forcing open DRM and now you are talking about a large enough market that it really will effect the bottom line. And at some point the US is going to pass laws forcing open DRM. Now think about it. Apple can burn there bridges now or releliez this is where the market is heading weather they like it or not. Now either move now and deal or pay the price in permate damage down the road.





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  • DMann
    Jan 14, 01:52 AM
    Bill Gates was also a programmer at Apple, when Steve and company visited Xerox Parc and learned about the windows GUI concept. Bill took that concept when he left Apple and started Microsoft, then teamed up with IBM that was looking for a new OS to use with their PC's. Which they would later sell to corporate America, the government, and the military. Also with IBM clones, Windows PC's would become affordable for the average person needing a computer. Hence the reason there are more PC users than Mac users, but that is starting to change as Windows becomes less secure and more bloated.

    Bill Gates was never an Apple employee. He had already swindled IBM by selling them an OS which he didn't yet even have,
    put together his hacked QDOS, (literally, Quick and Dirty Operating System) and submitted that with redundant licensing and royalty
    agreements to IBM, well before agreeing to design MS Word for Mac. He borrowed the Mac computer, swiped code off of it, and hence
    designed (hacked) Windows 1.0 -- As far as working for Apple, one might say he was merely working against Apple.





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  • aarond12
    Oct 2, 03:23 PM
    Think about this: Apple is in hot water with some European countries for the "monopoly" Apple has with its iPod and iTunes Store.

    Could DVD Jon's venture help alleviate some of those country's worries?

    -Aaron-



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  • 840quadra
    Nov 25, 05:52 PM
    some kid in front of me in line brought in his old ipod for the ipod exchange program and got an additional discount on today's price. the 30gb ipod he got ended up being a little over $200. :rolleyes:

    Really ? That's quite sad that he only got ~$28 for his old ipod! Broken iPods go for way more than that on ebay!





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  • Rocketman
    Oct 3, 03:54 PM
    the VAST majority of users and customers neither know nor care. And to be perfectly honest, the speed difference in 99% of the things people use their computers for are unnoticeable.

    Their business is great, and more importantly, their big push right now is obviously iPods for the holiday season. This is a much more popular gift item, and the holiday shopping season is barely gearing up.


    I agree.

    Also they are having a real problem keeping up with MacBook sales, even with Yonah (C1D) and THAT is their current manufacturing focus. For a change, it is NOT caused by chip shortages either! It is a manufacturing shortage. That is a great problem to have!!

    Rocketman



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  • anonymouz1828
    Apr 15, 12:51 PM
    I am waiting for a resistant case to cracks and drops. However .. no flash .. i cant take that .. it is really getting bored with same stuff ... change more. Otherwise will start to look for some htc.





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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 30, 07:22 AM
    Image (http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/4656/alarma.png)


    The Graphics design artist in me just had an aneurysm.



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  • Mad Mac Maniac
    Apr 21, 01:53 PM
    Very true. At the same time I will read and form an opinion of the topic all on my own. I'm sure I'm not alone there, but then again I am sure many will take the popular vote route and just form their opinion based on that. Either way, a post that is good for you and me may not be good for others. I've had a fair share of PMs about my posts, both in support of and against. It is all subjective, as you say, and this rating system will be similar.

    well sometimes there is an article about different kind of processor, chips or whatever. some stuff that I don't know anything about. So then I like to look at the votes and see if this is something that is good or bad for Apple. I like to think that majority of the people voting have the same love of apple products and have more insight on this issue than I do.





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  • yellow
    Jan 15, 04:59 PM
    Hee-hee.. I was just watching the MBA guided tour on the Apple site and they made sure to tell you that it ships with Mac OS X Leopard and iLife 08.

    First thought.. I would NOT want to be trying to make movies or DVDs on that thing.

    Second thought.. I sure hope that I'd be smart enough to order a SuperDrive with it so I can reinstall the OS or burn those DVDs. :)

    They should really just jack the price up $100 and make you opt out of getting one with the unit during the config process.



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  • Piggie
    Apr 25, 12:39 PM
    One day I guess they will finally get rid of the horrid great chunks of bezel above and below the screen.

    Always looks horrid with MASSIVE blank areas.





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  • MacVault
    Oct 2, 04:28 PM
    I'm glad to see this DRM stuff getting hacked. I hate the DRM and would buy way more music, movies, and TV Shows from iTunes if there was no DRM in the files.



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  • ECUpirate44
    Apr 10, 03:35 PM
    http://i52.tinypic.com/6h6q08.png
    I never got a SMS with my license info though :mad:





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  • womble2k2
    Apr 26, 03:08 AM
    Why is there multiple vanishing points!?! I believe it is a fake.



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  • toke lahti
    Jan 15, 04:03 PM
    These I'm missing:

    1) No blu-ray
    2) No eSata (with bootable + s.m.a.r.t.)
    3) No hdcp+hdmi
    4) Not breaking 8bit barrier with screens (16bit dvi, hdmi, udi or display port)
    5) No 17" mbp with led backlight
    6) No acd with hdcp/16bit dvi/hdmi/udi/display port

    oh well, I was waiting for these also a year ago...

    MBA seems to be quite cool, but display resolution is so low.
    It has less hardware than MB, but higher price...

    They crippled TM to work with APextreme + usb-drives and reason seems to sell TimeCapsules.
    Btw, upgrading TC from 500GB to 1TB costs $200, upgrading MP's harddrive from 500GB to 1TB costs $300. Well, maybe MP's drives are not "server grade"...





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  • g33
    Apr 16, 08:54 AM
    ugly as fook

    i bet its a fake



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  • roadbloc
    Apr 12, 08:58 AM
    It's certainly possible that the next version of iLife that will ship with Lion-based Macs will be ad supported and provide a link to MAS to get rid of the ads, but we aren't there yet. ;)

    B

    I hope that never happens. Ad support apps on mobiles is fine. PCs, I think, is going too far.





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  • DoFoT9
    Jul 11, 02:39 PM
    ^^ yeh i agree! would be nice to get a new bunch of people on having a crack.





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  • ifjake
    Oct 17, 11:38 AM
    no but the risk is marginal that a disk dies in 10 years.
    of course you shouldn't play frisbee with them ;)

    I was always under the impression that if you wanted to save something for that long your best bet would be to use some kind of tape archival system.

    Anyone who owns a video camera and uses it will have way more then 30 to 50 GB of data. Mini DV camera make 12Gb of data per hour. If you own a DSLR and shoot in RAW format the image files are on order of 10MB each. My music colection is 50GB.

    This is the kind of user I'm interested in hearing the opinion of, the professional creative user. What do people do now that HD-DVDs and Blu-ray discs would so graciously replace?

    I've always thought external hard drives would work fine, especially now that you can make SATA connections externally. You work from the external drive, when you're done you take it with you, no need to wait to burn. As far as backing up goes, that's just going to take a long time no matter which way you do it (unless it's like that Time Machine stuff, which is always going on, and uses a hard drive), and for me, I'd rather back up a whole drive at a time, which would require more space than a disc would provide.





    naquada
    Sep 12, 07:27 AM
    UK is down

    i just get a broken link from itunes and the apple site.. no black showtime screen.. but hey.. somethings happening!! :D





    eric_n_dfw
    Oct 28, 06:00 PM
    APPLE, DO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE AGAIN!!!

    Apple made a big mistake not licensing Mac OS 22 years ago allowing clones. Otherwise Mac OS X would be now the mainstream operating system.

    Now history repeats. Apple has now the oppotunity to take over and beat Windows. But for that it is absolutely essential to allow Mac OS X to run on ANY PC out there.

    Why does Apple make the same mistake?

    Even more, if Apple would open Mac OS X completely including Aqua and give it for free as Linux, then Windows would be history in a few months!!!

    Apple, are you listening?
    I'd love to be able to legally install OS X on a Dell or build-it-myself PC, even it it wasn't $0, but Apple would tank in no time as they make the lion's share of their money selling hardware. Especially when Dell's can sell this cheap: Is one MacBook Pro C2D worth two Dells? (http://blog.dealnews.com/?p=75)

    And, from the look AAPL stock prices lately, I'd say they are doing just fine making their current "same mistake" right now.





    Mac Fly (film)
    Oct 3, 02:24 PM
    Yes, the iPhone is long coming, but the VPod is not.





    WeegieMac
    Mar 18, 04:40 PM
    This is what I "love" about MacRumors, it's the only Apple fansite where Apple fans, rightly proud of their products, can log on and be TOLD what their opinions should be by rabid fans of other devices, who in turn use the fanboy card to back up their point of view, therefore rendering any reply by an Apple user pointless.

    The Android fans are as bad, if not in fact worse, than the iPhone fans on here. The very notion you come to an Apple site to stress your point of view and borderline enforce it to the point of it being accepted as fact, proves as much.





    IxPxK
    Apr 5, 12:00 AM
    Ok yo dude ive got some ideas.
    1
    If he does get on some games like Halo 2 or anything and i send him a friend request and play with him i can find his ip. (learned from halo 2 bridging lol)

    2
    I have a hacker friend that can prob find the ip from his house lol. if we find it i will tell u and he will drop a ****ing virus bomb in his comp.

    3.Lawsuit. Your so close and u have logs and he is signing on. DO THE LAWSUIT GET A LAWYER NOW U WILL WIN NO MATTER WHAT. You dont have much time because he can sell it or stop getting on live


    IxPK



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