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  • michaelcyee
    Mar 22, 11:03 PM
    Is there an app in which the face of the iPod touch/iPhone has a digital scroll wheel on the bottom half and a screen on the top half to simulate the iPod Classic interface? Maybe that would be enough to satiate the holders on to the classic?

    On the Cydia store there's a package called iClassic, costs $2. But it's the storage that the classic owners want, really.





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  • Fukui
    Mar 26, 04:25 PM
    Yes, Apple made this browser before M$ IE was pulled, but it was obvious that M$ would be pulling it long before they announced it. With the integratioin of IE into windows it was only a matter of time and if Apple had waited until the announcement they would have been so far behind that the mainstream would have suffered. Safari is just now getting up to speed on its accessability to most web pages- and I even still have major accessability problems with some financial pages and registering at some other types of pages. Most people don't know about the alternative browsers out there such as Mozilla, etc. so it would have proved devestating to Apple had they not been on the ball with Safari. They just know netscape, IE and now safari. I think iMac-Japan's comment on this particular issue is partly true as is your Calebj14.

    I don't think MS dropping IE was because of Apple's market share.
    Its more to do with longhorn and the mixing of web api's and desktop api's
    (.NET) so that there is no distinction between an application that runs on the web (IE) or run from your desktop, thats why its canceled further development for Windows XP and lower.

    In longhorn, the Api's that you use for displaying web pages (java say goodbye) are the same ones that are bolted ONLY TO LONGHORN. To continue MSIE development on mac wouldn't work because then mac has all the same Api's as Longhorn, and MS wouldn't want that...besides, MSIE was more of a gesture than anything else, since it never supported activeX wich was the only real major reason for needing IE6...





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  • nosen
    Sep 6, 06:14 PM
    But hopefully these are a better resolution than the current TV show on Itunes. It should be at least DVD quality, If not these price model will bomb IMHO.
    agreed, although I don't think I'd ever pay more than $9.99... I'd rather just buy the DVD.





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  • cube
    Mar 24, 03:26 PM
    Cool story bro, would read again. If you want the fusion so badly then buy a PC. No one's forcing you to buy from Apple.


    I am forced to buy Apple because of the lack of commercial Linux applications for consumers.





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  • titans1127
    Sep 28, 09:21 PM
    Does anyone know if the Belkin Grip Vue or Griffin Reveal will fit with a skin on the back such as a Zagg or Bodyguardz or Wrapsol(Original Matte)?





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  • bobbleheadbob
    Apr 2, 09:17 PM
    Keep up that attitude and continue wondering why no one talks with you as you type on your laptop in the middle of the coffee shop across from De Anza college. Sure, you may have helped get DB2 started and you still work in a DOS window but don't blame your wife for leaving you as you worked late at night too long. How much of the money from the IPO went to family attorney and court fees?

    De Anza college? Is that anywhere near Faber College, Flounder? :cool:





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  • twoodcc
    Apr 1, 10:55 PM
    Ok, I think the panics were caused by something I did, not the update, that is what I get for making too many changes at once, I'll have to test the configurations to see what caused them. All is well at the moment.

    Definitely the 12 core ;)

    I moved the 2 GPU machines to the basement where it is much cooler (I know the dust and spiders might kill them, but... hopefully no snakes...) and it is almost quiet upstairs now! The mac pro is soooo quiet! No other Mac that I remember having has been so quiet. I had to run the KVM and network cables between an air duct and the floor, it's kinda goofy but better than a new hole in the floor. Oh, and I accidentally created a network loop, not a good thing as it took me a while to fix. Downtime was only about 2 1/2 hrs, should have been less but I wasn't very well prepared; it was getting way too hot upstairs already.

    Oh. Well good luck with the configs.

    Good! 12 cores would be awesome! (24 logical cores).

    As long as you have a case on your machines. The spiders and dust shouldn't be too bad, just clean them once a month or so





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  • foodle
    Mar 25, 06:32 PM
    Oh man---I got the iPad to get the kids off the TV. Now I'm going to have to get another TV!

    Are you crazy?!? The iPad is like a TV on steroids. My daughter is salivating at the prospect of my iPad 2 arriving, which means she gets the iPad 1.





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  • Built
    Apr 2, 10:08 PM
    Apparently "virtually every" doesn't mean what you think it means.

    Those who don't see the light bleed are simply in denial. It is a known problem affecting this version of the iPad. If you took a few minutes to read the iPad forum, you'd know that.





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  • sunfast
    Sep 1, 12:52 PM
    A 23" iMac would be awesome. I hope it would have the extra grunt to match its size. :)





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  • Kranchammer
    Mar 24, 01:37 PM
    Mac Pro's have big power supplies but thats mainly for the CPU and Ram, adding a 6970 would be pushing its limits, especially for gaming.

    Well, true, but unlike Apple's more portable offerings, there is nothing ,technologically or physically at least, stopping them from providing a psu in the next iteration of the Mac Pro that is capable of powering the later power-hungry gpu monsters.





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  • PodHead
    Dec 1, 10:35 PM
    The concept of internet based content is very attractive, bandwidth issues aside. I pay too much money for too many channels I don't need/want. And I don't want to watch when NBC tells me too. A selective subscription to the media I'm interested in is just what I want. The lowered cost associated with online distribution versus a whole network of channels being pumped into every home opens the door for the little guys with very focused content to get stuff out there, just like podcasts, and hopefully make enough money to keep improving their material.

    Very interesting point. With video podcast, everyone can have a TV show. Imagine that...independent T.V. Much like indie music.





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  • iTim314
    Apr 2, 02:25 PM
    Was like that in DP1 too.

    Didn't think to look in DP1. It just hit me to look since that was always peculiar about SL.





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  • banjomamo
    Jul 14, 01:26 AM
    I think it will be at least 12 more months before bluray shows up in an Apple machine - at least as a standard. The only real hint I have seen is that they already let you author the HD-DVD spec video in DVD SP. Maybe because the Bluray specs werent done in time for that release though.





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  • bushido
    Apr 6, 05:21 AM
    safari is still being a biatch to me. it freezes and won't load anything if i go to pages like www.redmondpie.com and sometimes i can't type anywhere on safari unless i quit safari and reopen it, anyone have the same issues?

    oh and adblocker isn't properly blocking ads anymore, i even get pop ups sometimes ... i thought those were extinct





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  • Macky-Mac
    Mar 31, 01:35 PM
    Japan? Yes. The Nazis? Certainly not. The Soviets defeated the Nazis......

    To say any one country defeated the nazis really isn't true. It's as unreasonable a claim as rasmasyean's wargasmic fantasy :p

    As it was, the nazi invasion of russia came very close to success. Would the soviets have defeated the nazis if germany hadn't also been engaged in northern africa and then italy and western europe at the same time they were fighting the soviets? Would they have have beaten Hitler if he hadn't gone against the advice of his generals and made some disastrous decisions? Didn't the Persian supply corridor factor into the soviets being able to hold off the germans? etc etc etc

    The reality is that the allied forces beat the nazis and not any one country.





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  • Shaun.P
    Jul 19, 03:43 PM
    This is excellent. iPod sales are slowing down however this is to be expected. Nice to see the Mac sales well above the million mark.





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  • FearNo1
    Apr 22, 08:24 PM
    Just like the mactard to not question why apple is storing this info without informing consumers. The lengths that you guys will go to defend a company is astounding :rolleyes:

    Why is it necessary to keep your location a secret? What are Google and Apple going to do to you? What *exactly* and *specifically* is there to be afraid of?
    Your location is *never* a secret, unless you're the President and it's a national crisis.

    What, are you worried that Apple and Google saw you shop at Target? LOL





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  • mattster16
    Nov 28, 02:51 AM
    I think this is a good move. I would never buy a monitor that small personally, but it would match up perfectly with the Mini. Right now there really isn't a good option; the 20" is just too expensive.

    A huge amount of customers buying a basic PC are still going with 15" and 17" LCDs, mostly not widescreen.





    Lollypop
    Aug 7, 02:25 AM
    SOAP is a protocol that passes XML over HTTP......it basically allows client apps to access data from remote servers.

    Applescript has some tools to make it easy....if you want to use applescript, but Cocoa really doesn't. You have to hard code every function in a wrapper library to make the HTTP call, get the parsed resposnes, etc

    In Microsoft.NET, you add a "Web Reference" to your project, it scans the WDSL webservice description file on the internet to figure out what functions are there, and then builds a C# class that acts like its a local peice of code. You just call the functions natively from your program, and you'd never know you are talking to a remote server. If the server program changes, one click in your client project updates that stub-proxy file to the newest WDSL, click compile and bam, you have access to the latest and greatest functions from the server.

    With Xcode......you really have to do alot of work by hand. We have a web service with thousands of functions to access our ecommerce system, we want to make a Mac OS native version of our client, but the shear amount of time spent making/maintaining a proxy stub in Xcode by hand would be more than the amount of work porting the user interface. I'm really hoping they automate this!

    Cool! I have writen a few of applications that use the RPC mechanism in JAVA, but like I said, that was ages ago. My MS development skills ended with VB6, and even in comparison I feel XCode needs some work.

    Wouldn't that mean that Adium needs the upgrade? ;-)

    LOL, I does actaully ye, but if apple want to compete they desperately need to do something to iChat, especially on their own platfrom where there is another application that is far supperior to what they offer (and few will disagree with this statement), its just a shame!





    thejedipunk
    Jan 7, 01:36 AM
    Not that any more predictions from anyone from this point on matter any longer, but what the hell? ;)

    LEOPARD LEOPARD LEOPARD
    IPOD IPOD IPOD
    MACS MACS MACS
    iTV will be named with release/ship date

    My thoughts on the phone:

    I've read much stuff on here about this much epically fabled device. Several good and bad points. First, if the rumor gods are saying that they will release a basic/media phone as well as a smart phone, then, as some have already pointed out, what can Apple bring that is new to the table of basic/media phones? I think Apple should just make a smart phone, considering that more and more people are looking towards smart phone market, which I think has some room for innovation. Plus, at the same time, they can capture that oh-so-crucial enterprise market. SWITCHERS GALORE!!! Even with that, I don't see them being stupid enough to cannibalize iPod/nano/shuffle sales. At most, 2 gigs of space on the phone, which will have to be shared with the phone and any media files.

    Take this also into consideration. Why would children even need Apple branded cell phones? Most children today are obviously on a family plan. Which means they get the free phones. The Apple phone would not be priced reasonably enough for me to buy all my kids (if I had kids) such a phone. What if Apple just decides to make the iPod into a super device that can even cook breakfast for you. That kills off all iPod music player sales. Not everyone would buy the phone because what they really wanted was just a music player and not a Digital Age Swiss Army Knife.

    But I still want an Apple smart phone. :)





    Hunabku
    Apr 13, 01:50 AM
    +1 here. Every time I've tried to use iMovie for a "quick" edit it always ends in disasters like this. In my case, I was trying to move some music around and time my edits with the music. It was really infuriating trying to do this in iMovie compared to how fast I could have done it in FCP. I guess we'll have wait till Apple posts more info or we get it in our hands to really tell if it can be run like the current FCP.

    Yes i agree we have to get our hands on it to know. Which in a way negates everything you said previously. Just because the UI borrows some of the visuals from imovie does not mean that running the program and editing will be like iMovie.

    This is typical of people -apple releases something radically new in a given category and everyone proclaims the sky is falling and the product is a flop. Only after time we discover that there was deep thought given to the users' experience and the end result is booming sales.

    Randy has definined the vanguard of video editing software - from writing/architecting Premiere, Final Cut, iMovie and now Final Cut X. He knows how to make software for video pros so please reserve judgment until using it and respect the depth of experience here.

    PS i really think that apple is powerfully positioning themselves by selling final cut so cheap. Now you can justify paying more for a Mac box because the software is so much less than the competition. Brilliant if you ask me - make software cheap, sell more macs and cost kick your competition out of the market.





    aiqw9182
    Mar 24, 02:08 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)



    That is exactly what I'm thinking! Seriously there is no need for that many GPUs in the Pro and IMac requires a custom card. So where would all of these cards go - XMac is my guess.

    Or it could simply be a sign of a unified driver from AMD. That would make sense as it is a smarter approach than the highly targeted drivers of the past.I don't see why Apple would want to start supporting older 5000 cards for said machine? *shrug*



    How is it silly ? We're talking about a GPU. Even at 1280x800, the Intel GPU sucks, why would it be silly to want to run games on high settings
    http://www.anandtech.com/show/4205/the-macbook-pro-review-13-and-15-inch-2011-brings-sandy-bridge/8

    It outperforms the 320M under OS X. It certainly doesn't "suck" as much as you make it out to be.





    Nmx-
    Apr 1, 12:56 PM
    No, I made sure that it wasn't indexing before i checked.



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