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  • robbieduncan
    Sep 25, 10:54 AM
    Um, no it doesn't Fuji S1, S2, S3 RAW Files are not supported. This camera is used by more wedding photographers than any other.

    It's very strange that they are not supported if they are so popular. Perhaps they are not very popular in other countries?

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  • KindredMAC
    Oct 6, 12:07 PM
    I hate analysts.... Always have... Always will.......

    The fact that these morons are paid massive amounts of money and see shameful gain in bonuses every year for what??? Making sh�t up and putting it out in a press release and foolish rich people, aka "investors", actually listen to these ramblings....

    Where's the PUKE button?

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  • liavman
    Apr 28, 01:44 AM
    Thanks AidenShaw. Good idea. I need to get familiar with the BART. You are right about no traffic related worry. I will also consider taking it to get to the hotel instead of taking a cab. Thx.

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  • MacRumors
    Dec 28, 08:36 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2009/12/28/atandt-halts-online-iphone-sales-to-new-york-city-market/)

    The Consumerist reported (http://consumerist.com/2009/12/att-customer-service-new-york-city-is-not-ready-for-the-iphone.html) over the weekend that AT&T has quietly stopped offering online iPhone sales to customers located in the New York City market. Responding to a reader report, The Consumerist verified the extent of the issue:I went to the AT&T site to verify what Stephen said. Sure enough, the iPhone was available to zip codes in San Francisco and other major cities. It was not available to purchase for people living anywhere in New York City, or any of the suburban zip codes in Westchester County or northern New Jersey that I tried.There seems to be some confusion, however, over the cause of the move, with a customer service representative initially stating that "New York is not ready for the iPhone" and that it doesn't "have enough towers to handle the phone." Such an explanation, while a bit surprising, was not considered completely illogical, as New York City has been a common source of complaints from consumers regarding network performance, and AT&T has acknowledged (http://www.macrumors.com/2009/12/09/atandt-addressing-network-performance-in-manhattan-and-san-francisco-high-bandwidth-users/) that it is looking to improve service there.

    Follow-up comments from AT&T, however, have cast doubt on that explanation, with an official response noting only that AT&T may "periodically modify [their] promotions and distribution channels." Other customer support representatives, such as those contacted by Gearlog (http://www.gearlog.com/2009/12/att_nixes_online_iphone_sales.php), have cited "increased fraudulent activity" from the area as the reason for removing online iPhone sales in the region.

    Article Link: AT&T Halts Online iPhone Sales to New York City Market (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2009/12/28/atandt-halts-online-iphone-sales-to-new-york-city-market/)


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  • kirk26
    Apr 19, 10:35 AM
    Haters gotta hate!

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  • PsyD4Me
    May 2, 12:50 PM
    From the store.:p


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  • longofest
    Nov 21, 05:07 PM
    a problem will be that it needs a thermal difference to work

    right, and thats one of the concerns that folks have. But if Apple somehow manages to integrate one of these into a heatsink and put it right on a CPU's surface, there will no-doubt be a difference between the surface-temp of the CPU and the other side of the chip.

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  • lockhartt
    Sep 25, 02:35 PM
    Omg with no laptop updates, I'd like to watch as Apple's laptop sales tumble. Already the Apple Store dropped their MacBook shipping days down to 3-5 days (nobody wants it). :mad:

    Having visited my local Apple Store several times over the last two weeks (my PowerBook G4 was in for warranty repairs), I can safely say that I saw more MacBooks selling than any other computer... easily two MacBooks for every iMac that sold.

    This is no surprise when you consider the price/performance ratio and the overall market shift toward mobile computing (not to mention back-to-school season).

    If anything, I'd say it's a safe bet that Apple may be having trouble keeping up with demand.


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  • Mr. Gates
    Jun 12, 07:46 PM
    Obvious Choice

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  • PlaceofDis
    Apr 27, 06:43 PM
    I'm embarrassed for him at the moment, for the way he's acting like a spolit 10 year old kid, going on about Obama's birth certificate and college degrees. Has he got nothing better to do?

    no, he doesn't. and thankfully it should mean that he'll have no chance of getting anywhere near being President.


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    Nov 17, 04:28 PM
    This kid is awesome. Good for him. I want one.

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  • suMMx
    Mar 17, 01:26 AM
    $3.90 for regular today, I paid $50 to fill my scion tc


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  • randallking
    Jan 8, 04:38 PM
    Push updates seem intermittent today, they were working well yesterday!!

    I agree; intermittent today for some reason. I'm only getting some alerts, but not all. And the sound which was working yesterday has stopped today.

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  • fishmoose
    Oct 6, 11:07 AM
    You are saying that for everything apart from the iPhone, having more than one type of model is necessary. But, for the iPhone, it'll be doomed to failure?


    I'm not saying its a necessity I'm just saying Apple's curve of sales is going up while Nokia and other manufactures are losing sales with the model suggested in the article.

    I'm not saying Apple couldn't pull it of, maybe they can I'm just saying I'm skeptical of this report. That's all :)


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  • jent
    Apr 12, 11:21 PM
    Why would customers be preferring the Verizon iPad? The (factory unlocked) GSM iPad can be used in nearly every country, and domestically AT&T has faster 3G service if I recall correctly. Although Verizon has better voice and better coverage, I can't see people in metropolitan areas actually being better off with the CDMA iPad. Since the iPad data payment can't be tied to a pre-existing AT&T or Verizon cell phone plan, I just don't see much advantage to getting a Verizon iPad unless you live in an area without AT&T service. Thoughts?

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  • Cougarcat
    Aug 19, 10:59 AM
    because it's turned on by default. it should be off by default (IMO) and then turned on as an option. many people aren't aware that Facebook's new "features" are almost always on when rolled out.

    It will only update if you allow it to use your location, and then after that only if you tap the places icon. It doesn't update your location automatically.


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  • pubwvj
    Apr 7, 05:56 PM
    Never strive to be normal.

    Still, although I enjoy using my PowerBook and iPodTouch I would love to have an iPad. Nice bit of engineering.

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  • scott523
    Sep 25, 10:00 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    There have been rumors of Aperture updates and possibly MacBook updates at this event.

    It says "MacBook" updates at this event. I hope that wasn't a typo! :eek: :D

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  • v66jack
    Apr 5, 11:18 AM
    Also For a 5th gen leaked ipod its pretty beaten up. I mean if i had somehow got a prototype i would keep it in a glass cabinet surrounded with cushions to stop it getting beat up. And wouldn't it run iOS5 if its the fifth generation? so why doesn't he tell us about that?

    You'd also probably use a good camera to get some decent shots of it.

    Sep 19, 04:29 PM
    You can't boot XP from CD on a Mac. You can't you can't you can't. The Mac boots using EFI, which XP doesn't support.

    You need to use Boot Camp to install it, as legacy BIOS emulation has to be loaded specifically for XP.

    Incorrect information. Move along.

    Mac Pro already contained the legacy bios emulation built into the EFI (bootcamp has nothing to do with this) from the factory. You can boot directly to a XP CD without loading bootcamp. Bootcamp is a collection of drivers.

    Mar 25, 09:28 AM
    Awesome awesome price...jeeze, theres very little reason for anyone not to have an iPad now (if they wanted one in the first place).

    Jan 6, 03:32 PM
    still waiting for facebook to sync actual information like phone numbers and email addresses... now that would be handy!

    Mar 20, 12:39 PM
    I'm not sure if many of us have grasped just how significant this product really is, and equally how important it is that it succeeds.

    Yes, this is obviously the case for Apple. I would contend that they're betting a huge proportion of their reputation, and therefore Apple's future success, on the iPad's success.

    But it's equally important for the rest of us. For decades MS has had a virtual monopoly in large areas of education sector. This hasn't been good for education and it surely hasn't been good for students.

    Apple need to get it right. And pricing is a part of that. The deal is a part of that. But it will be the nature of the whole package that makes or breaks iPad. And in the case of education, it's the deals Apple signs with text book publishers that will make all the difference.

    We buy iPods because the interface is great and buying music through iTunes is easy. [Yes, I know it's not the only way to get music on an iPod].

    We buy iPhones because the interface is great and buying apps through the App Store is easy [Yes, I know you can jailbreak an iPhone], and getting on the net is easy.

    We will buy iPads because the interface is great and buying books through iBookstore will be as easy as music and apps.

    When Steve Jobs said "We're standing on the shoulders of Amazon�s Kindle..." he wasn't kidding.

    In as many ways as the Kindle is revolutionary [the screen, the process of buying books etc], it is also equally crippled and retarded. The absence of colour makes it useless for text books. Books were printed with colour plates over 100 years ago. Imagine trying to study the use of colours in a artist's work, or studying anatomy... in B&W!

    No, Apple have to drown the Kindle before Amazon perfect colour. It's a race in which Apple already have a head start, and a serious competitive edge, in the form of their OS and entire business model, which is much more diverse and competent and than Amazon's.

    But we shouldn't ignore the other options:

    15 years after Amazon revolutionized the way we buy books [and arguably saved reading books as an idea], in 2009 Barnes & Noble finally started to catch on and announced it is to Launch a Kindle Competitor... in Color! And Fujitsu is set to release its Flepia color e-book reader in Japan with a $1,000 price tag.

    Whilst these are not competitors for the iPad in the real sense, they are indicators of how their market could be dinted, and where the technology might be going.

    Apple's are not the only fruit, but the iPad is looking increasingly like the most credible education companion. We need to get beyond the package pricing and examine the real benefits of a ubiquitous Apple device in the education sector.

    Flying Llama
    Sep 16, 12:55 AM
    You don't need to worry a bit...
    except for the anesthesia to wear off right in the middle! :eek:

    llama ;)