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    Apr 14, 03:01 PM
    Being a non-jetsetting 3gs user, this isn't really worth it for me. Maybe I'll get it sometime, but no rush here. :-p

    But seeing that it "Contains the latest security updates"...
    It would really be nice if small patches and updates like that were distributed through the iOS app store.
    OTA updates would be a GOOD thing.
    (Especially since Apple store employees are known for insisting iPhone users and iPad users don't necessarily NEED a computer. :-/ )


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  • Northgrove
    Apr 14, 02:35 AM
    Duh, I can't believe some of the comments there...

    Probably iAds?
    No, it has to be a) a device (it's a app requirement list!) and b) something that runs iOS 3.0+.

    Could it be the Mac App Store?
    See above.

    apps for macs………..
    WTF? What's that? Anyway, see above.

    As for guesses for iPhone 5, no, that one's already covered by the "iPhone and iOS 3.0 or later" in that list. Same for iPod Touch, and iPad revisions.

    My only guess right now is Apple TV.

    Edit: Some here speculate in an iOS + OS X merge, and I guess that *could* happen. That could be compatible with iOS 3.0 and fit that list. Perhaps it's the biggest surprise Apple is holding back for OS X Lion. I still think a new revision of Apple TV is more likely though, since it already runs iOS.


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  • peapody
    Jan 31, 11:36 PM
    That just looks ... well not like something I'd stick in my coffee.

    That tamper actually looks very comfortable to use. :p

    hahah so wrong...

    Anyways, just picked up mass effect 2 for ps3 for my brother who has been good the last few weeks helping me out with my ebay biz.

    *And typing this post on my last purchase - an HP mini 1030nr that I just hackintoshed...everything works great! A little macbook air for $90 bucks! Very happy right now!


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  • Andrew K.
    Sep 12, 08:49 PM
    I needed a new backpack for my macbook and my books for school. It holds a lot more than I thought it would!


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  • eightball0
    Nov 3, 08:02 PM
    Check out the release notes here:


    For the squeamish who don't realize they're squeamish (the fearless/masochistic can ignore this):
    Note that there's a reason this is a private beta. It's rough still. There are bugs that will freeze your Mac. That requires a hard power-off, and even though we have journaled HFS+, there's still the chance of corrupting the image.

    In other words, don't use this unless you really know what you're getting into. Wait for the public beta unless you're experienced with rough software.

    Otherwise, it looks like it will put up a good fight against Parallels. That's very useful, as I'd like them to add some of the features VMware has had for years (access to raw HD partitions, for example).


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  • deloreanz
    Mar 15, 05:56 PM
    Wirelessly posted (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)

    Well I got to see Mystikal and Hasan Daddy get theirs after my failed attempt at Irvine spectrum. I was the Asian guy with the buzz cut hair. Unfortunately I got to Fashion Island to late. Congrats to you two!

    Same here, I was the guy who went to south coast plaza first.


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  • Porchland
    Jul 11, 02:53 PM
    The big plus of a wireless iPod, I think, would be the ability to sync the iPod live over IP. This should start a move away from the the home Mac/PC as the "feeder" for the iPod. It has always urked me that I can't have my computer at home and at the office learn what songs I download from the other and sync the database accordingly.

    This becomes even more important when the Mac mini media center rolls out and we've all got another device to sync.

    .Mac seems perfect for this.


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  • gkarris
    Jan 30, 07:35 PM
    Interesting, considering there are only 194 recognized countries on Earth. Which planet are the other 6 countries located on?


    1. The Arctic
    2. The Antarctic
    3. Canada
    4. Texas
    5. California
    6.+ The Independent Countries located in the Florida Keys...



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  • twoodcc
    Oct 27, 08:43 AM
    If you only have 4 cores and I have 8 that isn't very much of a difference even taking into account the mhz discrepency. It might be worth trying to see if my 920 would be ok at stock speed with bigadv units.

    well at stock speed it takes my 920 about 43 min per frame. Not bad, but I think that barely gets a bonus. But it is definitely worth it though


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  • Triplenickle
    Oct 24, 09:00 AM
    I was disappointed that the resolution was not updated to 1920x1200...I would assume this would have added siginificant costs? or maybe they think the current resolution is good enough and that there is little noticable difference between the current vs 1920x1200 ? Anyone else feel this is a big deal? Reasons why the higher resolution is not necessary? Thanks


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  • Gugulino
    Apr 1, 03:56 AM
    It's done on purpose because we've been used to backwards scrolling all these years. Why should a mouse's scroll wheel control the scroll bar, and not the page you want to scroll? When you think about it, it's kind of silly to add that extra layer of abstraction when you don't need it.

    Now it's been corrected - it takes almost no time to get used to it. Embrace it, and you'll be ok.

    Yes, you are right! It is more natural… And you can even deactivate it in the trackpad settings, as JLL said. Not bad! It is difficult to go back to Snow Leo, where the scrolling goes with the scroll bar. Anyway, I will keep both ways of scrolling. Makes my brain flexible :)


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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 22, 08:14 PM
    Ugly. 4" screen is too big. Keep it at 3" or so.

    Luckily, it won't look that ugly, even if it does have a 3.7" screen. I still wont buy it. I'm always a gen behind on iphones because well I just can't afford the new ones.

    I will say the market seems to disagree.
    It seems to be 4-4.3 in screens is the sweet spot. 4.5 seems to be 2 big but 4-4.3 people seem to like.


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  • phoenix9744
    Jul 12, 07:25 AM
    Steve Jobs knew about this in January... this says a lot about his vision. I'm confident that he is already well-prepared for this and has something up his sleeve to counter it.

    There will NOT be a sudden exodus to Argo from iPod. If it ever happens, it will be gradual and easy to fix.

    Sounds a bit like the CEO of Sony when the Xbox was released...lets just hope microsoft doesn't do to this industry leader what it did to Sony


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  • Eduardo1971
    Mar 31, 10:44 AM
    WOW! It looks like wIndows 3.1! :eek:

    Ha. That's funny. Who knows maybe Apple will release something like this...


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  • YoNeX
    Nov 3, 10:02 AM
    This is what will get me switching to VMware vs Parallels, multicore support in virtualization!


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  • Zonz
    Dec 31, 05:29 PM
    And yours about me weren't ? Look, I made my presumptions based on some facts you posted :

    - Too busy to work out (which isn't an issue for weight control)
    - Having to lose weight (Doctor's orders)
    - Thinking Yoga is an effective weight control.
    - No mention of food.

    I made a presumption that you don't understand the basic premise of weight control. I hope my post at least opened up your eyes and you can go from there to learn what works for you, with your busy schedule, instead of thinking a busy schedule is a reason to stay the way you are.

    It's her choice up to a point. There's nothing wrong with 20 lbs overweight, give or take a few. Doctors will always tell you to be in the "zone" (healthy weight with a BMI between 18-25) but mostly there isn't much harm until later in life. Just like there's nothing wrong with taking fast food in reasonable quantities, or smoking if done occasionally.

    However, what she is doing is not just affecting her and her family. Morbid obesity affects all of society, be it through requiring services reserved for the disabled (she's not really disabled, she just chooses to be). The problem, like in all things bad for you (fast food, alcohol, smoking, drugs, whatever) is not occasional use, it's abuse. This woman has an abusive food consumption. Your examples are wrong because they try to equate what she is doing with what people are doing within reason. Your list should have been more :

    - Alcoholics should be able to stay that way! There's nothing wrong with 2 glasses of gin to wake up
    - 3 packs a day of smokes is perfectly fine!
    - Gambling all your money away and then borrowing some to gamble more is a person's choice!
    - You can never have enough Crystal Meth.

    The fact is, these are abusive tendencies which stem from deeper problems or addictions.

    BTW, I run about 5 km, 5 days a week. I ski (doing mostly Park, so climbing uphill on foot dragging my equipment), I do weight lifting too. I think I can sit and post on Macrumors a few times :D

    Thank you for presenting a reasonable argument, it seems very few people on blogging websites can actually respond without feeling personal injustice. So yes, I pretty much agree with you. My comment was more directed to the tone of this forum and not the information.

    And the examples I gave were to point out that no one can truly draw that line between reasonable and abusive behavior. When does a casual drinker become an alcoholic? When does a gambler have a gambling problem? The definitions given by professionals change consistently, and people on this forum with absolutely no qualifications whatsoever feel so sure they know the answers that they need to berate a persons lifestyle. I'm not usually such a prude, but it really pissed me off.

    Your a park skier. I used to be too. I could easily argue that the benefits of the entertainment of park skiing under-weigh the injuries sustained and the cost in medical bills. In fact I could say the same thing about any extreme sport. I'm paying for it in my taxes aren't I? So couldn't I berate you about what a menace to society you are?

    (FYI I'm not attacking you, don't take offense, it's just an example.)


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  • Michaelgtrusa
    May 3, 07:47 AM
    Looks good.


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  • Dillenger
    Apr 21, 10:21 PM
    Little old Hung Sam ain't got a chance.


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  • Chupa Chupa
    Mar 29, 08:39 AM
    Does anybody else see the 9.6 inside the apple?
    Sept. 6th?

    Whatever it means, it's interesting.

    I don't see that at all. What I see is "number 9, number 9, number 9." Of course if I put on a pair of anaglyph 3D glasses I also see "the Walrus was Paul." Ha. Ha.

    Apr 22, 04:16 PM
    Yep, a touch sensitive home button is the way to go. Will act as the unlock button too. It was about time we got rid of that nasty plastic which breaks very easily.

    That image is ludicrous, I can't imagine it being that thin. Thinner than the iPod touch by the looks of it?

    Anyway, I hate the touch's design, can't hold it reassuringly.

    Apple OC
    May 1, 11:29 PM
    God knows that if the news is reporting something, its the truth.

    Seriously? Why would news channels that helped in the march for war play this up at all? :rolleyes:

    Come on... you don't really believe that do you?

    It's just bravado and backslapping BS following a victory. Great that Bin Laden's out of the way - but Al Qaeda has mutated into a distributed concept - not a hierarchical force.

    A lot of the Al Qaeda myth was built by the US keen to find a 'bogeymen' anyhow.

    you guys are really reaching ... Osama Bin Laden is as big as they come as far as Terrorism goes ... that is a fact.

    Sep 12, 08:08 PM
    I bought this, a 16 gig. I paid two day shipping and it should have been here friday but it looks like I won't get it until Mon or Tues :( So much for two day shipping :(

    Same thing happened for me with an iPod touch. Called and complained and ended up getting a free case.

    Mar 3, 10:34 PM
    Sure we are all making jokes about Sheen and his antics. Lets not forget 2 other notable comedians that were huge drug users that showed warning signs, Chris Farley and John Belushi. Sheen is in huge denial and will most likely kill himself at some point.

    Sheen's not obese so he's not going to have complicating health issues like an overworked heart/liver/kidneys or cholesterol clogging up his arteries before the drugs even pass through. Sheen's an F18 with firebreathing fists. :)

    Is Charlie Sheen a comedian? Is he talented? No. But he does appear to have an emotional health issue that could destroy him.

    He was just in the Bahamas with two babe girlfriends and has a hundred million dollars - destroy me please! :D

    He's living the dream. He's a rock star from Mars. Seriously. Personally, I'd rather be Keith Richards with just two remaining brain cells and lived his life than corporate middle management at the same age with all my brain cells intact.

    Apr 22, 10:06 AM
    Who's blasting Apple ? This shouldn't be an emotional discussion about the history of both corporations, this is about a specific case/cases. As such it should be rooted in facts and objective commentary, not in some subjective tangeant ranting like you went on.

    The copying isn't so blatant, and it's highly model dependant. Some biased Apple media is making it look worse than it is with cherry picked images. Here's a post where I clear up the muddied waters a bit :

    And here's one about the famous Icon grid :

    To claim "Blatant copying" at this point is only to get eat whatever the media is feeding you. The courts will decide how much Samsung does or doesn't infringe on Apple's various trademarks and the trade dress claims.

    Your right. I didn't see it before, I did mix up emotions in a logical argument. My bad, you make a great case.