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  • goobot
    May 4, 08:54 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    The rep is just lazy and didn't want to give a real answer.


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  • smallnshort247
    Apr 29, 02:13 AM
    But will it blend?


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  • shamino
    Oct 23, 09:01 AM
    What situation is there that you would want to run the same OS on the same box, one natively installed and one in virtualization?:confused:
    One person mentioned wanting simultaneous BootCamp and Parallels installations.

    It's also useful in a tech-support/QA environment. A lot of corporations have a standard software environment that all employees must use. Whenever this environment changes, the changes must be tested. It can be very convenient to create and test these new environments from within VMs. This way you can blow away mistakes and problem-installs by simply deleting a file, instead of having to reformat an entire hard drive.

    If your company has to support multiple platforms (e.g. NT4, Win2K, XP, etc.), it can be a huge cost savings for your support staff to be able to simultaneously run all of the platforms via VMs on a single computer.

    But both of these uses are the kinds of things that really should justify a business license. The real question here is if someone running the Business edition as the native OS can also run the Home edition in a VM - so QA staff can support users running the home edition without needing a separate computer dedicated for the purpose.


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  • Blakjack
    Apr 29, 02:56 PM
    Amazon knows something that we dont


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  • ikir
    May 4, 12:58 AM
    iPhone 4 is more than enough, probably they will update at the end of the year or September. Live with it nerds.


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  • BRLawyer
    Dec 2, 10:37 AM
    Up to the point, RacerX...I am tired of these "security warnings" that carry little more than vaporware and a thirst for publicity and hacker-like "fame"...

    If a kernel panic is a "serious issue", think again...and go Vista...and please, no market share arguments anymore...we have probably more than 50 million Apple users out there...I am sure a few hackers are still trying hard to make a virus in the wild for them.


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  • joepunk
    May 1, 10:15 PM
    Trump probably won't believe it until he sees the death certificate. ;)

    The long form death certificate at that.


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  • ABernardoJr
    Apr 23, 09:09 PM
    What product will the T-Mobile chic bash now??? :rolleyes:

    lol If you think about it, she mostly bashes AT&T, just as Verizon did with their ads about the iPhone. Which makes sense because they both wanted the iPhone, so they wouldn't bash the phone directly. It looks like the tactic worked for Verizon, and it looks like it's headed that way for T-Mobile one way or another too lol :D

    This bit of news is ironic because I just happened to cancel my T-Mobile contract to switch over to AT&T for the iPhone (old phone's broken so I couldn't just wait lol). And I know of AT&T buying T-Mobile, I've been hearing that it'll take till next year before they get it really moving


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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 24, 10:48 PM
    This sucks. The iPhone will come out later than expected, and no LTE. What are they doing?


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  • Fresh1
    Apr 13, 07:48 PM
    LOL. White iPhone 4 will be the duke nukem forever of iPhones.

    I lol'd :D.

    It's funny (and sad), but dead right haha.


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  • appleguy123
    Apr 27, 08:28 PM
    It seems like my vote for nies isn't going to count for anything. Maybe tomorrow...


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  • leekohler
    Mar 10, 05:31 PM
    I have stayed out of this one for a while, but now he has gone from "sick" to "awesome" with this video on Funny or Die.


    I don't even know what to say...


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  • adztaylor
    Apr 14, 04:50 AM
    If it did come out end of April. People will still buy it. Some people simply just don't know about Apple release cycles and will see it and jump to it if their contract is up.

    Wow, really? So he's got a White iPhone 4? Did you see it?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sy7n5Y05I7Q :) haha.


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  • Eidorian
    Jul 25, 08:36 AM
    Is there an education discount for the US? I can't seem to find it. At least not yet. It is listed in the Education store but at $69.

    See you guys around NEXT TUESDAY.


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  • xUKHCx
    Aug 20, 06:22 AM
    do you need to have a zillion gigabites free to use time machine in a decent way?

    for example, if you have a 1 gigabite film, and u delete it 'putting it in the trash, and empty trash', it's still going to be on your hard drive, taking up space, right? and will it also save your cookies, bookmarks, deleted programs,

    i rarely delete stuff by accident...so i hope this can be turned off, and won't interrupt much of my normal workflow, the way things are deleted now.

    You can turn Time-Machine off


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  • mattcube64
    Jan 30, 04:15 PM
    Been wanting a new TV for a while; and happened upon either an insanely good deal or a pricing error... in any case, managed to snag this 40" Samsung 1080p LCD for $328 at Walmart. My girlfriend picked one up, too, so we have a matching set. :p Certainly far from the nicest set on the market; but that just gives me an excuse to upgrade sooner rather than later. ;)


    And here is a picture of the iMacQuarium all set up!


    ... freaking awesome, if I do say so myself.


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  • lgreenberg
    Apr 28, 04:25 PM
    I can tell you from first hand experience many of the knock off conversion kits have a slightly thicker battery door which causes issues with certain cases - mostly hard ones, like snap on back covers or sliders.

    They simply don't fit. They're just a hair off due to the thicker door.

    I've also seen some white doors which are fine and fit with all cases.

    Not saying these pics aren't of the Apple iPhone 4 or not......


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  • maclaptop
    Apr 21, 10:15 PM
    Apples got to be thrilled, they got just what they wanted. A good dose of conflict and confrontation.

    I truly believe Steve is addicted to chaos.


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  • pdot
    Sep 13, 08:22 PM
    This shipped today, 3 weeks for International Shipping though. Ouch


    Just rocked that shirt a few days ago.

    Every single time I wear it someone says something to me about it.

    Wore it to Sing Sing (a dueling piano bar, in case anyone doesn't know it) once and the dude made a whole song up about it lol

    Jan 30, 10:02 AM
    LOL... my friend, lets look at this logically....

    100% of our income tax pays the interest on our national debt.

    This is absurdly false. In the debt service was approximately $400 billion. In that year personal income taxes amounted to $1044 billion dollars. Corporate taxes amounted to $354 billion dollars, and other taxes (which includes social security) amounted to $1009 billion dollars. The total tax receipts by the Federal government was over $2.3 TRILLION dollars.

    The assets OWNED by the United States (it's citizens and the government), excluding those owned by foreign investors, were $62.5 trillion dollars in 2005.

    So the total national debt is less than 4% of the net worth of the cournty.

    PS: For what it is worth, a measure of a healthy business is a debt to worth ration of 2 to 1. In other words, if the US were a business, it would be doing uncommonly well. Apple would be doing even better!

    Apr 26, 03:42 PM
    Look, you made a claim that TB seemed like an evolution of Fiber channel. I use Fiber channel day in and out on everyone of my servers.

    Your arguments would be stronger if you spelled it correctly - "Fibre Channel" ;)

    ...the bottom line is that TB is a great deal faster than even an eSATA connection.

    While "great deal faster" is fuzzy language open to interpretation, IMO I don't consider 10 Gbps TBolt to be a "great deal faster" than 6 Gbps SATA. TBolt can't handle two SATA connections at full bandwidth - that's not a "great deal faster" in my opinion.

    When it was called "Light Peak", the technology had a lot of promise. Now that it's been downgraded to daisy-chained copper - it's only a little bit better than USB 3.0. Except that we can buy USB 3.0 devices, it's still "in the future" for TBolt devices.

    Jul 25, 08:23 AM
    But will the corded Mighty Mouse get laser too?

    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.

    Oct 23, 07:54 AM
    Microsoft seems to be making every attempt to encourage piracy at this point. Is it possible for Windows to check this and refuse to run? It seems to me Microsoft is attempting to take control of hardware virally, i.e. if their EULAs were enforceable they are including statements that allow them to dictate what hardware you have and when/how you upgrade it...

    "If you want to upgrade your computer, you need to call and ask us first. If you want to run our software, it better be on hardware we approve of, ask us who sells that."

    There are some who claim that as long as Microsoft doesn't enforce their own EULAs then let them say what they want. Some will claim that the EULAs won't hold up in court so who cares what they say. Is it prudent to assume this and just hope for the best?