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  • Sydde
    Apr 27, 11:01 AM
    I heard his poll numbers are just combed-over from last month.

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  • pmpknetr21
    Mar 22, 09:57 AM
    I disagree, very very small discount

    Apple should have extended the full education discount of 14% to students. As much as I love Apple's products, they're very much an overly greedy company these days. They're also possibly being myopic, as students are highly likely to buy content for the device IMO

    Very shameful Apple

    Shameful? Really? What are you talking about?

    First off, Apple has already priced these products very competitively at their standard prices. Second, Apple does not provide a standard discount of 14% for their computers to students. It varies from product to product. Thirdly, you can rest assured that Apple, having learned from their "no price umbrella" tactic for the $99 3G and how successful that has been, recognizes that they have to begin offering lower prices on their products.

    Dude, seriously, it's $499. That's $100 more than a crappy netbook that won't do half the stuff this thing can do.

    Great job, Apple. No shame in your game here.

    The iPad is not a tablet PC. You can still pay $2,000 for a tablet PC if you want. The iPad is a tablet yes, but it doesn't run a full blown deskptop OS (I'm not getting into that argument).

    My point is, Apple used to offer excellent discounts to students and teachers across all of it's product ranges. It's a shame they're not offering the same with the iPad.

    They still offer those discounts. The only reason the percentage of the discount has dropped is because the cost of the computers has also dropped. My 20" iMac G4 cost me $2649 after the student discount back in 2004. For that today, I can get a Mac Pro.

    iPod discount? Not needed. iPods are anywhere from $50 to $125 less than what they were 4 years ago. Again, no discount needed.

    Really irrelevant for the schools. I can't say this will change our purchasing strategy in this area either way, the discount is too small to matter really.

    Untrue when you have schools purchasing by the thousands, as many university's are considering doing for incoming freshman, just as they did with the iPod touch, White MacBook, and iPhone at places like Duke U.

    Those ten packs can truly add up. And in this economy, every dollar counts.

    Think about the cost schools and students will save on books when publishers begin to offer more and more text books via download versus the 20lb. text that sits on a shelf at the campus bookstore for $175. Then you try to resell at the end of the semester, and guess what? The text has been updated to it's 13th edition, and now you're stuck with it.

    Apple's done a great job by pricing these at rock bottom prices already, especially when we all expected prices to be at $899 and up.

    I bet my students can't wait to run products like AutoCad, Final Cut Pro, Logic, Sonar and Visual Studio, on the ipad. They'll be so excited I'm sure.

    It's just a glorified web slate and note taker. By no means bad but I don't see any students where I work, or staff for that matter, rushing to get one. We may buy one or two for R&D.

    I completely agree. It's probably being aimed at the computing illiterate or perhaps commuters but in its current form with an iPhone OS, it's just not powerful or versatile enough for the vast majority of students.

    How about we reserve final judgement until we actually use one, m'kay?

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  • Sn00py
    Nov 26, 08:40 PM
    Ouch!, I guess :apple: are on to it!

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  • rhett7660
    Apr 1, 08:48 AM
    Wow... short sighted on the networks part. I'm surprised.... no difference than just having another TV in your house, just on your Tablet. It would be interesting to know more about their motivation behind this... maybe they want to go direct? In other words, maybe Discovery and the other channels want to sell direct subscriptions and not go through channel partners like Time Warner?

    If that is the case... I smell disaster for the networks. Who wants to buy individual channels for their computers, iPads or other devices? Not me? It would have to be dirt cheap.

    Hummm.... thinking about it... maybe it's not so dumb? If each channel was $.99 and I could pick Ala-carte who I wanted, I know my Cable bill would go from $40 per-month to less than $10. Maybe they are onto something thinking about it?

    This is probably why they WON'T do this. I am with you. I wish I could scrap 90% of the channels I get and just get that I watch. Lower my bill by a few bucks, I would be a happy camper. But I don't see that happening anytime soon thou. Who knows though. Maybe this is the beginning!!


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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 12, 06:28 PM
    The MS products have more functionality for sure ... question is if really everyone needs everything from that functionality. For most home users and even some business users iWorks does everything they need and is therefore a cheaper option that does the trick. Many business customers (and few home users) need stuff that iWork does not offer, but MS Office does.

    Bottom line: depends on your use case -> bold statements like Product A is better then B are rarely true since it usually depends on many things.

    Thanks for stating the obvious but why would one NOT chose something that is 100% doc and docx compatible with all the Windows counterparts?

    If you need to compose a grocery list or a flier for your next garage sale then iWurk is for you I guess but for the rest of us that actually need to collaborate with other people in the real world, no thanks.

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  • wolfshades
    Nov 6, 11:17 AM
    Big evil retail conglomerate:

    *ahem* Marco....

    Equally evil RFID-enabled iPhone in my pocket:

    OMG!!! Freaking POLO!!!!! RIGHT OVER HERE!!!!


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  • Kilamite
    Jan 7, 12:19 PM
    I get notifications, but no sound..

    Does anyone know if the sync will add new contacts to your phone/fb or if it just syncs data for the existing phone contacts?

    Doesn't add new contacts - just amends existing ones.

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  • Culman10
    Mar 24, 05:16 PM
    Pulled ipad one off ebay 3 days ago for 450 + 11 shipping (3g 64gb)... no tax even:)


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  • DeSnousa
    Apr 23, 04:22 AM
    Okay, I fixed it! I enter in the -advmethods in advanced and that got me one to work on straight away! Apparently this is quite a common problem, so if you're having problems with your Folding@Home, then try that tag and it'll probably work. Now I'm using my full CPU and Folding away!

    King Mook Mook

    Great to hear you fixed it up and welcome to the team. Your stats will pop up when you complete a unit (allow a few hours after).

    Great news for the team :D

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  • room237
    Jan 6, 11:36 PM
    I'm still not getting ANY notifications for FB. I've reset my iPhone twice, reinstalled the app twice, then I started having serious problems with the iPhone... took over 10 minutes to reboot, then all apps were crashing... so I restored the iPhone... still no push notifications. This is driving me absolutely insane.


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  • netdog
    Oct 26, 02:54 AM
    My heart goes out to anyone lost enough to get on a line for 3 hours for a t-shirt. Only in England, the land where we love to queue.

    I am reminded about sad guy who got in line in New York on Monday for an iPhone, and the expected throngs lining up behind him over the next 5 days never materialized.

    Don't get me wrong...I'll be down at Regent Street later today, but if I were to arrive at 3, it would only be to share a drink and a laugh at some pub with my fellow forum mates. So far, it doesn't seem that is going to happen, but if their is a pre-sale pub meetup, call it here and count me in.


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  • AppliedVisual
    Nov 14, 11:48 AM
    OK, now that we'll have iPod integration on flights from major airlines... And there's talk of broadband access in-flight at some point in the near future. Hmmm... I can see it now. Steve's plan is to have the iPod integration in place so that the next time I'm on a 14 hour flight, I have nothing to do but play with my iPod and shop the iTunes store. ...World domination, one small step at a time.


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  • theBB
    Sep 25, 10:52 PM
    According to US law, a trademark holder MUST defend their trademarks, or they risk losing them. Google is struggling with this, as they're trying to encourage people not to use it as a generic verb.

    Wikipedia Linky (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domain#Trademark)
    I was going to point out that Bayer already lost Aspirin and Xerox came very close, but thanks for the link. Still, podcast is different enough compared to iPod that Apple is probably not at risk. However, "probably" is not the same as "definitely".

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  • MacRumoron
    Oct 26, 08:32 PM
    cool, i just got .mac last week :)


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  • nbs2
    Oct 9, 03:49 PM
    It's funny how the capitalists are all for a free market...until it starts working against them.
    Before I comment on the story - this is the free market in play. This appears to be a business dispute, not governmental involvement. The free market requires communication between businesses to maximize profits.

    As for Target - this doesn't surprise me. No matter what people say about Wal-Mart, the WM return and service policy is golden. With Target, we got nothing but crap over our attempt to return a $17 sandwich maker that we got as a wedding present, but didn't need. WM doesn't carry it, otherwise we would have returned it there. Instead, T has determined that I must return it to them for an e-certificate (where they will deduct the cost of shipping - $7, I believe) that I can use to buy any item from their on-line store (plus shipping - about $7), netting me a gift of $3.

    Worst. Service. Ever.

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  • beethovengirl
    Feb 21, 09:50 PM
    A very sad video of Steve Jobs has been posted online. I already feel like an evil voyeur for viewing it, so I don't want to link to it...but I'm almost in tears.

    Actually, I see it's already being discussed on MacRumors:


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  • Jaffa Cake
    Dec 16, 03:05 PM
    Tom B. – a couple of things in your article that caught my eye...

    ...when you look at [Christmas Number ones] over recent years, it was Bob the Builder one year, Mr Blobby…there's a tradition of quite horrible songs...Hmm. Wasn't Cowell himself behind Mr Blobby's single? :p

    Indeed, in his early career he was behind a lot of one-hit novelty songs so I think its a tad hypocritical that he's now turning his nose up at such songs for being 'horrible'.

    I think we were getting to a point where [the Christmas chart] was all becoming like The Millennium Prayer, and I just didn't like that song.Now, I didn't like that song myself either – and I'm certainly not a Cliff Richard fan. However, I was delighted when that song got to number one, simply because DJs and people like Cowell were so opposed to it doing so.

    See, he song didn't have anything like the airplay or marketing behind it that the manufactured crap that fills the charts does – and in fact the reaction it got from sneering DJs was poor at best – but it got to number one simply because Cliff had enough fans and enough people liked the song that it was able to sell more copies than the sort of stuff Cowell and his cronies would prefer us to buy instead.

    So fair play to Cliff for that, and I'd rather have proper musicians like him or Rage Against The Machine topping the charts this Christmas than some spotty oik doing a cover of, of all things, a Hannah Montana song.

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  • callmemike20
    Jan 14, 11:14 PM
    A few people have set up chat for MWSF in ichat. it is called: MWSF08. Simply go to file>Go to chatroom> MWSF08. All 7 of us in the room were wondering if MacRumors could lock this or announce it somehow.

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  • Mousse
    May 3, 12:04 PM
    New day, same old issues.
    In speeches, less emphasis on Bin Laden, and more focus on "evil-doers" in general.

    That's too vague to sway the mindless masses. The Government will find someone else to demonize and have the public whipped into another bloodlust frenzy for his head. "The more thing changes, the more the stay the same," as the old saying goes.

    Mar 1, 02:17 PM
    In-app purchase can be disabled using parental control. This is stupid. I expect my tax to be used by my government to tackle bigger problems, oh maybe like jobs and the economy, not to appease some idiot "parents."

    Point and match.

    Mar 30, 10:56 PM
    It doesn't show up in xcode either? Is there some option I'm missing?


    May 5, 12:43 PM
    I fail to see how a free antivirus is a tax.
    It's a tax on system resources, not financial.

    Mar 18, 03:21 PM
    Hey guys,

    1st post. Wanted to see if there are any methods for allowing non-WPA2 Enterprise clients to access my wireless LAN without having to import the certificate and authenticate with username/password. Perhaps filtering by MAC address.

    All my PC's and Mac's are working fine but I have a Wii, PS3, Xbox 360 and a Sony Bravia TV that connect wirelessly.


    May 2, 12:42 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/05/02/white-iphone-4-modified-rear-camera-reports-of-thickness-difference-disputed/)

    While much of the attention regarding the long-delayed launch of the white iPhone 4 has died down, a few tidbits of interest continue to trickle out.

    Late last week, Japanese blog Macotakara pointed (http://www.macotakara.jp/blog/index.php?ID=12466) to a pair of tweets from @kazunie (http://twitter.com/kazunie) highlighting some of the differences between the black and white models of the iPhone 4.