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  • just2see
    Jul 21, 02:24 PM
    With all this being said by haters and non-haters, haters go to apple store or att and buy the i4 and see for yourselves, you have 30 days to return it for full refund. Take the time and really experience the phone, take to account in the mid 80's att had to deregulate it's control of market, so the public has a choice other than att as a service. So, there's your weak signal areas, some people has no choice but to have what's available to them and be stuck with a non-iphone product line and should not be complaining of lack of experience. Don't jump on the band wagon and base you conclusion from others and start hating the iphone since you haven't experience iphone 2g in the past.

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  • twoodcc
    Apr 21, 05:58 AM
    Ouch, I know how that is, I've had to replace things that I've broken trying to fix them; not that I would actually admit to breaking anything of course :p

    It would drive me nuts being away from my computers knowing they need worked on. I guess I'm addicted - maybe... oh, I put -advmethods in the linux machines and they took off with new wu's so all is well for now. I did lose a bigadv unit on the 17th, or 14th I can't remember, when they had a glitch in one of the servers :(

    oh yeah, it's driving me nuts being away. but at least i can go on the weekends.

    yeah i lost a bigadv unit also. but hopefully things are good for now. this weekend i know i'll be working on this

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  • NAG
    Jan 11, 10:10 PM
    I thought it was funny. Were they being annoying and disruptive? Yes. Are they going to have a harder time getting in the various expos and conferences? Probably. I'm not going to demand they get banned for pulling a prank. This isn't shocking either. I mean, do people actually take gizmodo seriously? They fabricate rumors and post stuff that isn't exactly safe for work. People expecting them to act like journalists are kind of fooling themselves.

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  • bloodycape
    Nov 16, 02:00 PM
    maybe some misunderstood what they read and assumed it was going to be in laptops. Maybe the real deal with AMD is for the use of the Alchemy processor for maybe the next ipod?

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  • wlh99
    Apr 27, 02:44 PM
    Target is the object that the message is going to execute isn't it. For example, if it's self, that means that those parameters are for the timer object you just created. Please correct me if I'm wrong, I'm not trying to challenge your knowledge, just to learn as I go.

    If you see my code before, I'm using NSDate for my timePicker. One favor, I'm not answering more quiz questions, I get your point.. I still need to learn more fundamentals.. I get it, just please contribute with the thread to find solutions or not.. (there are many Professional Forums).

    If this were a "Professional Forum" I would just give you an answer. I want to know what you do and do not know, so I can help you learn it. So please don't take the questions as condescending, they will help us help you.

    Think of objects as people, so to speak. Not only is the NSTimer an object, but so is your viewcontroller. So are the buttons. These objects know how to do things. These things they know how to do are methods. A message is an instruction for an object to do something.

    cancelIt: is a method in your viewcontroller object, as are all the methods we have discussed. Then self would refer to the viewcontroller, not the timer. Self would refer to the timer if you had access to apples code that implemets the timer and you were modifiying that.

    So a target is the object you are sending a message to. The message is the name of the method you want the object to execute.

    [aTimer invalidate]; // tells the timer pointed to by aTimer to execute the invalidate method

    When you press a button, a message is sent. The target and method are chosen when you make the connection in Interface Builder. In your case, the target is your viewcontroller, and the method is one of the start or cancel methods.

    I asked the question becasue it is fundamental to what an NSTimer is/does.

    An NSTimer sends a message to an object at regular intervals.

    In your case, the NSTimer is telling your viewcontroller to execute the echoIt: every second. The important part is that your viewcontroller is an object, echoIt: is something your viewcontroller is doing (not the timer). You only have one viewcontroller, so anything it stores (for example seconds) will persit for any NSTimer you create.

    Now look at the NSTimer documentation:

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  • Kilamite
    Apr 15, 12:19 PM
    If they are real, following the iPad style of back.

    Missing a flash though, which is a consistent rumour.

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  • !? V ?!
    Apr 29, 05:32 PM
    Hmm, I thought the way it was in the older Lion builds looked nicer.

    The iOS slider does not make any sense when quickly looking at options on screen. One has to click-drag-release for the slider function to work, not a hugh problem on iOS since its on a small screen.

    Considering that Mac OS is not touch based, makes additional steps to accomplish the same task and is less intuitive.

    Applaud :apple: for the change, however neither option bothered me at all, I usually overcome the minor initial learning curve. ;):D

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  • 7o7munoz7o7
    Dec 13, 04:59 PM
    On your first point: It is also the company that came out with the iphone 4 and its antenna problems.

    Your second point: Don't you think Verizon would take the oppurtunity to give apple what they really want over the Android phones: The first 4g phone on Verizon network. That would be a huge advantage. Just because the network isnt fully up yet doesn't mean Verizon couldn't have given apple the tech to make a 4g iphone. Verizon see android phone sales dropping and know that an iphone would boost sales by a huge amount.

    Your third point: It would only be one chip, read the article for reference. How do you know how much battery it uses? It may be only a small amount more than 3g. Att's 3g sucked when the 3g iphone came out. It still sucks. Don't underestimate apple and verizon. You may be surprised!

    Edit: By no means am a I acknowledging the merit or lack there of of this article

    What iPhone 4 Antenna Problem?

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  • Max_Walker
    Sep 12, 12:50 AM
    That's no industry setting price point. For that price you can buy the DVD. watch it, load it on your ipod and the sell it on e-bay.

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  • mcmadhatter
    Sep 12, 08:21 AM
    If you click check for itunes updates you get a message The Itunes update server could not be contacted, try again later

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  • getalifemacfans
    Jan 9, 01:35 PM
    Always. Kind of hoping that they would come back with some definitive info.

    I just saw that his screen name was "getalifemacfans". Definitely a Positive influence. ;)

    ok look a this.
    it dont have 3 g
    it dont have mms
    you cant send messages to more then one at a time.
    you cant drag over music in itunes you have to put it on list who must syncronise(not the biggest problem)
    it is not possible to download contacts from sim
    its more difficult to call,set up contacts and so on compare to sony/nokia
    you cant connect to more then one computer(apple think youre a thief if you do?)
    But idoes haves it ups but all in all i think it sucks(i not you)..he,he

    So hopefully the next iphone will fix some of this problem ergo the statement...
    best regards:)

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  • Multimedia
    Oct 4, 04:18 PM
    The inquirer is definitely wrong about this! OS X is a great OS with many features but it needs a lot of work with SMP compared to 64 bit windows and Linux.

    In fact, OS X is behind on being a full 64 bit OS as well.

    Besides, I wouldn't contradict Aiden if I were you. The man knows of that which he speaks.No kidding. The only time I contradict Aiden is always inadvertant use of my ignorant brain connected to my loose fingers. And Aiden is always happy to correct the error of my ways while I am glad he does.

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  • ddrueckhammer
    Sep 12, 08:41 AM
    I can't imagine why Apple would have an event like this if there was going to be only Disney content available.

    Especially, if they don't have better prices or selection than the Amazon store released last week. Also, if they don't offer renting they are crazy. Who will buy a movie for $14.99 off of the internet without the media? I have actually rented a movie from the Unbox store and despite a crappy UI, problems starting the download, and having to use an S-video cable to connect my laptop to the TV, I found the experience better than expected. 90minutes downloaded in 1.5 hours and available to stream in 25 minutes is more than acceptable for me.

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  • MacToddB
    Oct 11, 04:21 PM
    Pretty funny. One question though: obviously "there's a map for that" is a play-on-words for "there's an app for that." Isn't "there's an app for that" an Apple advertisement? Why take a shot at Apple with a similar phrase when Apple has nothing to do with AT&T's network? It's a clever line in the sense that it mocks another but it seems to miss the target.

    First, to most people, AT&T and Apple are joined at the hip. You can't get the iPhone without AT&T, in the U.S., at least officially. Secondly, it's a dig at Apple and maybe designed to pressure them into breaking the exclusivity deal to make their product look better.

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  • quagmire
    Aug 7, 02:29 PM
    I am personally hoping for a diesel Volt one day as well. Diesel engines are far better suited then gas engines when it comes to a series hybrid like the Volt.

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  • xlosltove777
    Nov 16, 01:58 PM
    Before my recent purchase of an iMac my whole family used AMD PC's, and I found that they performed pretty well at low-heat to. I had a AMD 64X2 4400+ and it ran idle at 30?C , it maxed out around 40? with stock heatsink.
    While I'll admit Intel is ahead right now in tech. AMD does have "native" quad-core which should perform better than the Intel Quad-Core machines and on the lower-end AMD chips are in my opinion a great deal. They're also have some low-end chips which are going to be used in the OLPC so it could be used in some sub-notebook maybe?
    But I don't think we'll see Apple add some AMD chips to their lineup for at least 6 months.

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  • gugy
    Oct 17, 05:27 PM
    this whole war just upsets me.
    I would love to have a disc that I could back up 100gig of data at a reasonable price ($10/$15 disc) and not to worry about which to choose. Blu-ray or HD-DVD.
    Meanwhile I'll keep buying my 300gb drives at Fry's for less than $80 and use it for back-up and storage.
    I hope the hybrid players and hopefully recorders will stop this crap.

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  • Mal
    Jul 25, 12:03 AM
    I'd be worried about that exept one incontrovertible fact. Steve Jobs has more creative spark in his left pinky than M$ does in it whole genetic tree.

    I think that's the idea. The implication I got was that they were going to give Microsoft a generous stretch of rope and let them hang themselves.


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  • Al Coholic
    Mar 28, 02:46 PM
    The people have already voted...

    It's called the "Top Grossing" category.

    Nov 10, 11:17 AM
    I have black ops for the 360 and im pretty happy with it.

    i have a question regarding matchmaking.

    i have been trying to play team deathmatch with my buddies and join as a party but the second i click team deathmatch to start the search it mutes everybody and nobody in the party can hear each other. then 9 times out of 10 it kicks every out of the party and its just one person in a game or sometimes you get separated into different games.

    is this happeneing with anyone else because it really is making me angry.


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    The contents of the response are not yet public, but claims that "the contents of the letter could determine the future of the iTunes music store in Norway, Sweden and Denmark."

    The initial complaint filed ( was based on Apple's Digital Rights Management protection that accompanies every iTunes song sold. Apple's DRM reportedly violates the Norwegian Copyright Act because the songs can only be played on Apple's iPod.

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    Jan 5, 05:54 PM
    I love this time of year.

    We had Christmas, and new year, and the usual hangovers and overweightness that accompanies these last couple of days ;)

    Now life gets back to normal......
    ..... but not for us Mac-geeks. The last couple of days leading up to the MacWorld SF Keynote speech is definitely my favorite time!
    The expectation, the excitement, the rumors, and reading about all of us how we like to spend the actual "time of speech".
    Over here in Europe the time of day is perfect: 6 pm CET. Either stay at work and follow the news there (websites, MRChat etc.) or rush home and do the same.
    Use iChat to link all news & views with fellow nerds....

    Me, personally, I just have to know right away. I can't wait until the QT link is up.... especially as it usually is overloaded and results in poor viewing the first couple of hours.

    Best time of year. Every year (followed by the last days leading up to the WWDC ;) )

    Oct 28, 03:25 PM
    Whenever I hear the OSS crowd scream "Software should be FREE!" I translate that to mean "I refuse to pay someone for their work, thus I will STEAL it"!

    You have no idea what "free" means, do you? Free software has absolutely nothing to do with the money you pay to obtain it. Commercial software that you would pay thousands of dollars for can be a perfectly good example of "free" software.

    Jan 12, 09:23 PM
    See, loaded. You're warping what I'm saying so you can brush me off and continue to scapegoat gizmodo for something completely separate.

    Think about this.

    Did I ever say gizmodo probably wasn't going to get banned?

    Did I actually say the opposite?

    Did I bring up Wired anywhere in this thread or link them to various pranks?

    Was I actually trying to make you look at the statement that implied blind faith in print media as being a bastion of truth and being isolated from such pranking? am I scapegoating Gizmodo? I was questioning your statement: