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  • vong
    Mar 27, 05:44 PM
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  • mdntcallr
    Sep 19, 04:30 PM
    yay, interested in buying mac pro now. could be a nice computer for me.

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  • atanase
    Apr 5, 12:10 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8G4)

    Been waiting for a touch button on my iPhone since original 3G!!
    I hate the physical/click button on the current models.

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  • wsteineker
    May 8, 12:20 AM
    Originally posted by LimeLite
    1/15 PC Users X 95% Market Share = 6.3% of total market.

    1/2 Mac Users X 5% Market Share = 2.5% of total market.

    If your assumption of this is right, then...

    Conclusion: There are more bigotted PC Users than there are bigotted Mac Users. :D

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  • OrangeSVTguy
    May 2, 10:38 PM
    It's pretty clear that the lens is in a deeper "well" in the white model. This is consistent with the rumor that light was impinging on the camera in the white model. What you need to do is limit all light that isn't coming from directly in front of the lens. No light from the side, and definitely no light from the inside of the camera. The way to fight it if you have an SLR? Invest in an old fashioned thing called a bellows, which shields the lens from any light that isn't coming from the area you can focus on, and which doesn't do anything but add glare or make blacks in the picture more like dark gray. This deeper camera acts like a bellows, I presume, blocking any light coming through the white, more translucent body.

    I believe that's also what the little aluminum trim ring around the camera sensor is used for too to block out the light from the translucent body and the LED flash. The prototype iPhone 4 never had that ring I believe.

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  • zMudvayne
    Apr 30, 12:19 PM
    So, how long does GameStop take to send the beta code? I just preordered... wish I could start the download while I'm waiting for the code...


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  • Slip Jigs
    Dec 28, 11:12 AM
    I found this interesting, apparently people can't buy an iphone online from AT&T delivered to NY. However, you can still get it at stores.


    What do you guys think? Fraud? Just a glitch? Or desperate measure by AT&T to stop the congestion?

    Umm - did you read any of this thread at all?

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  • spicyapple
    Sep 27, 08:51 AM
    I like updates. :)

    My build is currently 8J135. What happened to 8Kxxx?


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  • sananda
    Oct 26, 12:37 PM
    i'm here. where are you all? no t-shirt for sananda :(

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  • SFStateStudent
    Apr 12, 04:44 PM
    Can't find an iPad 2 for AT&T, but bunch of VZ on the shelves in California...:p


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  • rovex
    Apr 5, 11:21 AM
    Regarding touch buttons, my post above. Regarding pressing the wrong side in the dark, although I have done that a couple of times in the past, I think they make the button concave so you can feel where it is without looking. I (personally) think that a glow in the dark button would look tacky, especially because they glow in that eery green colour. :(

    When you are watching a YouTube video, I tend to forget where the home button is. Or when surfing the web for some time while in the dark.

    And I don't literally mean glow in the dark like those cheap Halloween things, I'm talking about an actual light behind the capacitive square symbol which has a sensor which turns on when there is a certain level of darkness.

    I can easily envisage this happening . It would look fantastic.

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  • jmadlena
    Nov 6, 01:44 AM
    No spy chips, thank you.


    So you believe that by Apple putting an RFID tag reader in the next generation iPhone it will help enable the US government to spy on you?

    According to those scary sites you posted, they're already doing this with ease. Basically, if the US government wants to spy on you, it probably can. The only way to stop it would be to move out to the middle of nowhere: http://www.theonion.com/content/video/google_opt_out_feature_lets_users


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  • Westacular
    Mar 23, 06:05 PM
    What I mean is that DLNA seems to be always used in the context of "I am here, and my media is over there". For example, I have music or movies stored on a remote server or a NAS, and I want to bring it into the device I'm currently sitting at (a TV, an iPod or iPad, a PS3, another computer).

    Whereas AirPlay seems to be the opposite: "My media is here, but I want to play it over there". You use AirPlay to redirect the audio/video output from your iPhone or iPad or computer to a remote A/V device like your stereo receiver or Apple TV.

    DLNA can actually work either way, depending on what device classes are supported. From Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance#Specification):

    Digital Media Server (DMS): These devices store content and make it available to networked digital media players (DMP) and digital media renderers (DMR). Examples include PCs and network attached storage (NAS) devices.

    Digital Media Player (DMP): These devices find content on digital media servers (DMS) and provide playback and rendering capabilities. Examples include TVs, stereos and home theaters, wireless monitors and game consoles.

    Digital Media Renderer (DMR): These devices play content received from a digital media controller (DMC), which will find content from a digital media server (DMS). Examples include TVs, audio/video receivers, video displays and remote speakers for music.

    Digital Media Controller (DMC): These devices find content on digital media servers (DMS) and play it on digital media renderers (DMR). Examples include Internet tablets, Wi-Fi enabled digital cameras and personal digital assistants (PDAs).

    So, in Apple terms:

    DMS is like a shared iTunes library.

    DMP is "pull", analogous to when an Apple TV is accessing your library via iTunes Home Sharing.

    DMR is a target for "push", analogous to using an Apple TV as an AirPlay output.

    DMC is like the Remote app, or what iTunes/iOS turn into when you switch on AirPlay.

    (I have no clue how many TVs out there that act as a DMP can also be set to automatically work as a DMR.)

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  • void
    Sep 15, 10:37 PM
    Originally posted by jefhatfield

    i hope by the time pentium 5 hits the shelves, there will be a G5 on the shelves

    Doubtfully. It would be more likely a Power4. the G naming scheme is getting old really fast. It never takes this long to make a processor. Apple must really have something big up their sleves.


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  • jsquared
    Jul 11, 12:10 AM
    We have a laptop and I still have my iPhone. There's about 20 people in line now. It's just after midnight...if you couldn't tell by the time the post was made.:apple:

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  • longofest
    Nov 10, 01:37 PM
    RFID is insecure. The british RFID passports have been cracked within less than 48 hours, the German test ones in less than a day. I wouldn't trust RFID for any important and sensible information like payment services. It's fine for stuff like tracking packages or my skiing card - but that's it.

    RFID in passports is kind of another ball of wax. One of the issues with so-called e-Passports is that they store all of the information on the RFID tag (i.e. your personal information) rather than just a reference number to a database. This is so you don't have different countries accessing other countries' databases. However, the level of encryption used on these passports is very weak, so all of that data on the tag is potentially vulnerable.

    It is generally considered best practice to put only reference numbers to a database on RFID tags. That way if you skim the tag all you have is jibberish without the accompanying database info.

    Don't blame the technology... blame the incorrect use of the technology. I don't see how the above examples of Apple's potential usage could be a serious privacy threat like the passports are.


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  • Deepdale
    Sep 17, 04:39 AM
    [QUOTE=LethalWolfe]Ask her if you can mount your drive on her desktop./QUOTE]

    :) Asking is clearly worth a shot. What's the worst that can happen ... being told that going for coffee is okay, but no new discs are being allowed in her Superdrive for the forseeable future? It might help if you have a letter from Steve approving of this.

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  • nylonsteel
    Mar 25, 05:28 PM
    Random thoughts
    1) only the lawyers will win
    2) Kodak wanting a bite out of aapl cash - what is it now at - 50 something billion

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  • twoodcc
    Apr 23, 04:12 PM
    just started folding again - made my self a new account and changed teams to mac rumors - at the moment im only at about 1/3 folding power about (1100 ppd) Sunday or Monday will be adding my new main mac to the team :)

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    Dec 28, 09:28 AM
    2) which other carriers will Apple partner with.

    If it's Verizon or T-Mobile, I wouldn't consider it a step up. I might consider going back to Sprint now that they've considerably improved their customer service and prices. For me, Verizon would be a lateral move, as their customer service, prices and billing are a serious detractor, and their network is actually worse that AT&T's here where I am.

    Verdict: All American cell companies are garbage, period. Just another reason I'm considering moving overseas.

    Mar 25, 09:08 AM
    This serves to highlight why someone like Steve Jobs is so important to a corporation. Most business leaders ( at least the ones I've met on planes ) suffer from an utter lack of imagination. Generally speaking they can only understand things in terms of powerpoints and spreadsheets. Its too bad because Kodak had a lot of brainpower and imagination under their roof and they didn't take advantage of it. Now it's all ex post facto and woulda coulda shoulda.

    Oct 26, 04:57 PM
    Of course I can see the other side of this. Writing universal apps is not just a matter of "checking a box" in XCode; despite what I've heard some non-coders say on the subject.

    Umm, I'm far from a non-coder. Writing a new app is very much an issue of "checking a box" in XCode. The problems come in when dealing with a years-old code base, much of which has embedded processor assumptions (ranging from hand-tweaked assembly to direct vector calls to assumptions on byte order).

    New code, though, you know that you have to support multiple CPU architectures and so you call htons for your byte ordering and use vector libraries rather than direct calls; the sole remaining issue is hand-tweaked assembly, which should be significantly less than 1% of your overall application code especially if you are putting out a new product (you typically don't have enough knowledge to find the bottlenecks where going straight down to the metal is required until your app has been out in users' hands for a while). With all that absorbed in "the process", the only thing left is, yes, checking the box in XCode to generate the UB version of your app.

    There's a bit more involved at the compile stage if you want to support both UB and older OS versions (Panther, Jaguar), but it's a lot easier to tell your customers that they have to upgrade to Tiger on their old G4s and G5s than to tell them they have to buy a whole new machine!

    Jan 7, 07:16 AM
    *snip* I would wait to upgrade until they fix all the problems...

    only another 5 months away? ;)

    Jun 10, 06:54 PM
    Just buy T-Mobile. Its cheap and compatible with the current iphone hardware.

    Apple would have to add AWS (1700 MHz) frequency support to the iPhone and iPad, but as mentioned upthread that should be less work than adding CDMA.

    Apple wouldn't necessarily have to buy T-Mobile outright. They could strike a MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) deal as part of an equity stake, for example. An MVNO arrangement would give Apple some flexibility, with preference to T-Mobile but the option to fill in gaps through wholesale arrangements with other carriers.