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  • Surely
    Apr 21, 10:17 PM
    So same system but without the down vote button at all?

    arn

    I think this would be a better way to do it. Perhaps it could be called the "Thank you" or "Helpful" button.





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  • fivepoint
    Mar 4, 03:01 PM
    Not only that, the "hand up vs. hand out" crap is truly mesmerizing. How can anyone that even utters that phrase take themselves seriously? :confused:

    Really? You don't believe in that whole 'teach a man to fish' crap?
    I suppose you also think the solution to African starvation is sending them bags of rice, corn, wheat w/out teaching them to plant some?





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  • Hallivand
    Apr 6, 04:49 AM
    So an app advertises an app for advertising more apps.

    Nice one Apple.





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  • jonnysods
    Sep 30, 07:42 AM
    Very modest house for a guy of his wealth. Very impressive.



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  • Cagle
    May 3, 09:52 PM
    The iPad commercials are so much better than the current iPhone ads it's not even funny.

    I'm not saying the iPhone ads should be just like this, but surely they can do better than what they've got if they have the creative folks who worked on this beauty.

    +5

    although this one was slightly less restrained with self praise than the first ipad2 ad, it still makes the current iphone campaign seem offensive





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  • Yakuza
    Apr 16, 08:58 AM
    What about if the Apple logo lights up white briefly to act as the inbuilt flash?

    that would be very cooooool, even if it wasn't a flash, the apple logo light up when playing around with the phone would really be nice

    agree. it would be a neat design for the phone but im hoping its differnt than that. plus if it were all metal the signal would be horrible.

    The iMac is all aluminum, and it needs the wi-Fi signal, and it seems to work fine.

    I don't see how the writing on the iPhone is crooked or whatever, maybe I'm blind. The photo looks real. But I hope it's not, and if it is real, I hope that's just a prototype, because I don't like the square shape and the angular edges on the back.

    That's my thought. a prototype. a very first prtotype



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  • wrldwzrd89
    Apr 20, 02:32 PM
    People who are not geeks - live their lives and will want 'ease of use' and they will want more and more to view the computer as an appliance. Like a toaster or toilet. They will not replace or adjust it until it breaks.
    That being said, as the exploits to Windows grows, and less decisions are being made in MS by the old boy team of Gates and his peers... I think there continues to be an invisible hand that drives people away from Windows machines.
    Business and most people just want a functioning machine and easy to use UI. They could care less about file systems and USB 3, they just want it to work.
    When you have a HUGE mass of people wanting to overtake your Windows computer, with 100's of daily new infections, why would ANYONE want to learn how to surf the web defensively? They just want to surf the web. With Windows, you have to surf defensively. You need antivirus, you need anti malware, you need to dump temp files regularly, protect and delete cookies and do a ton of stuff that is just unrealistic to most of the market.
    I question the ideas that Lion Server is going away, that Samba is going to be pushed out, and that NFS will not work. I can't understand why they would put so much effort into a mac mini server and just drop it like Microsoft does: see their book scan project, Sharepoint, MSN Music, Zune players, etc. They chase markets - see Windows seven mobile features - and then they cancel them, leaving people in the cold.
    There is a lot in the favor of apple today and going forward. I hope that Jobs has a legacy plan in place whenever he has to leave this Earth. Because there is HUGE opportunity in the next ten years.
    You do make a very valid point about computer users in general, which I fully agree with. However... I think you must be unaware of the licensing change for the SAMBA project that is forcing Apple to drop it. Windows networking support isn't going away - it will just be in a different form with Lion. Also, Mac OS X Server isn't going away entirely - it's just going away as a standalone product. So, less profit for Apple, but easier for users and administrators.





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  • rtdgoldfish
    Mar 29, 01:13 AM
    Too bad you cannot scare the snot out of the kid, on camera.

    Shows up with camera crew...

    "Microsoft Prize patrol, do you have an XBox 360? Can you show it to me"

    Types stuff into handheld...

    "Do you own this machine?"

    Types stuff into handheld...

    "Oh, sorry ... you cannot collect a prize with this XBox 360 -- the serial number has it listed as a murder weapon, and the owner is a likely suspect."

    I like it. Think I'll try it tomorrow. :-)



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  • 0010101
    Oct 29, 01:34 AM
    The problem with Apple making a 'PC' version of OSX is that they'd have to write it to work with a million different combinations of hardware.. one of the reasons XP is such a crappy OS.

    Since Apple builds the hardware, they build the OS to work with that hardware. That's what makes it so stable and reliable.

    Now, Apple could, in theory, start a 'OSX Compliant' program, telling third party hardware vendors like Dell or HP that if they use a specific logic board chipset, video chipset, etc that OSX would run as well on such a PC as a Mac, but all that would do is kill Apples hardware sales, because most folks would opt for the ballsed out clone instead of the neutered Apple.

    That's why licencing nearly killed Apple.. because the clone companies were building a better, faster box for much less money, and cutting too deep into their hardware sales (which they're making alot more than 20% on).

    Another good reason for Apple to keep OSX on their hardware is Microsoft, who would probably quit releasing OSX versions of their popular Word and Excel software if Apple were to try and go head to head with them in the OS market.

    Even animals know better than to $#it where they eat.

    Despite Apples superior OS, I doubt they'll ever gain much more than 20% of the market, because when it comes down to it, people in general are going to buy what is inexpensive and familure, and has the best range of software available.

    Software companies are going to write software for the largest audience possible.. and that's going to continue to be the Winblows platform.

    Why hasn't there been a 'universal' version of Photoshop yet? Because the hard core digital imaging people are hanging on to their G5's. The 'casual' and 'consumer' users can use their software just fine under Rosetta on their Intel Macs.

    There isn't any incentive for Adobe to port their flagship product yet.. because customers don't have any real incentive to buy it yet.





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  • heehee
    Apr 25, 02:45 PM
    Well I don't know about you but if I saw someone beating the **** out of someone else while I'm working I would certainly get involved. And I would expect the same consideration from others.

    If your employed somewhere part of your job is keeping the peace.

    You expect employees who make minimum wage to break up a fight? They should call the cops, but for sure not break up a fight.



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  • CEAbiscuit
    Aug 7, 03:46 PM
    Unfortunately they are still seriously lacking in ports. Digital DVI only...no VGA, S-Video, etc with input toggle switch. No easy way to hook up an Xbox 360 for instance. Or to give the monitor a second life as a tv if you upgrade to larger displays.

    I hope they change their stance on this because it's a deal breaker for me.

    Um, hate to say it, but the Dells have most of those things. My xbox is plugged in right along side my computer. Just hate that d*ll logo staring me in the face all the time.





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  • WeegieMac
    Mar 18, 02:49 AM
    I don't know of many people who buy a �500 iPhone outright. Most (Especially in the UK) will be on a 18-24 month contract.

    If you buy it outright for �500 then it's your device with no contract. When you buy it outright it's up to you to buy a SIM and find a plan.

    I run my iPhone 4 on O2's Unlimited PAYG plan, giving me free & unlimited calls and texts to other O2 users (my entire family and all friends bar one are on O2), for �15 per month. I added the web bolt on for �10 per month, which means for every �15 I top up, O2 take �10 off for my 500mb web access bolt on.

    So, for �15 a month I get free calls and texts to everyone I know and 500mb of 3G internet. And best of all, I can change whenever I like because the phone is unlocked and SIM free right out the box.



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  • MonkeyET
    Dec 18, 04:08 PM
    My question is if AT&T's exclusivity indeed DOESN'T expire until 2012, then what's the deal with the lack of AT&T iPhone commercials on TV these days? There was a time, not so long ago, when it seemd like every other TV commercial was AT&T whoring the iPhone. Now, it seems like I never see iPhone ads on TV and AT&T is touting every other phone EXCEPT the iPhone.

    Didn't Apple just release a new commercial in the last few weeks about the longer life of the iPhone 4 battery compared to other smartphones? If not for this commercial, I would have gone alone with your argument.





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  • rdowns
    Apr 17, 12:12 PM
    Awesome, to make enough time for this lets just forget everything after the Great Depression because it's not like that junk matters as much as gays being persecuted. Seriously, the Holocaust and the Rape of Nanjing are totally trivial events compared to the Stonewall riots. We should totally drop coverage of the bombing of Pearl Harbor to make room for a lecture on how NAMBLA doesn't represent gays. To top it off we should ditch the civil rights movement in favor of the White Night riots!

    :rolleyes: there is no time available to teach this, if we teach this something else gets whacked. As is we get to the 1930s by the tests which go to the 1980s...


    Where do you get this stuff? :rolleyes:



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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Apr 29, 09:28 PM
    Agreed. I'm not sure what the motivation in having such highly-stylized, and ill-fitting UI's are, but they're eyesores, and very difficult to use. I've switched off, and reverted to the "classic" views wherever possible in Lion.

    I noticed most of the criticism stems from the changes in iCal and Address Book which are both disgusting. Sadly they havent changed yet





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  • wmmk
    Aug 14, 02:40 PM
    the world sucks
    the world sucks because good things cost more than not quite as good things? as economically left as i am, i struggle to see your reasoning. in capitalism, there are free markets. in free markets, manufacturers price their own merchandise to be competitive with other manufacturers.



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  • Jaymes
    Jan 15, 01:46 PM
    Okay, MWSF 2007 was all about the iPhone, and anyone interested in Macs had to go somewhere else to find entertainment ...

    Hmm, I'm interested in Macs, and I thought the new MacBook Air looked pretty cool. Maybe I was just seeing things weird out of my glass eye.





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  • Nekbeth
    Apr 28, 09:31 PM
    For example, here's a thread I started earlier this month: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1133446 I was playing with some code from various tutorials that was no longer functional, found a way to fix it and chose to give that solution back to the 'net and it was immediately useful for another user.
    B

    That is good balamw, very good of your part to give back. But I decided to give back to only those who stayed with me to the End and showed true patience. Besides, this code is a piece of cake for all you.

    *If your a beginner, just send me an E-mail and I will help you, PATIENTLY.





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  • cherrypop
    Oct 11, 09:00 AM
    Makes total sense to me: Microsoft's Zune introduction naturally raised the bar for MP3 players. Some of the press Zune is getting for its larger display, clean design and usability is adding to the pressure for Apple to ship an answer to the Zune.

    Apple is ready to announce their rumored video/wireless iPod





    Markleshark
    Sep 12, 08:49 AM
    Um, Disney owns a ton of companies that don't make cartoons.

    See, I thougt iToons was quite clever...





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    Nov 24, 08:45 PM
    just ordered a nano





    Belly-laughs
    Oct 3, 04:26 PM
    Hmm...interesting. Adding wireless capability directly to the iPod would make it more similar to the Zune. I wonder if they could add Bonjour technology to really go head-to-head. Except instead of the stupid (play 3 times) thing that the Zune has, you could actually browse and play shared playlists from other people's iPods (work exactly the same as shared playlists from iTunes now do...).

    I believe the scope of a wireless iPod, or any other mass distributed wireless product, will go further than music and playlists. It�s already implemented in museums, etc. as downloadable tour guides; when you enter a town you can get your hands on local maps, local news, history; we might soon see ad boards that will allow you to download more info on products and services – there are endless possibilities.

    Closer to the living room I feel iTV needs wireless communication with other Apple products; the iPod or iPhone to control it, even provide media; iPod Hi-Fi to deliver the groove.





    goantelope
    Nov 16, 10:29 PM
    Capacitator? That must be some fancy new kind of capacitor... sweet!





    dubels
    Apr 12, 03:22 AM
    Sitting pretty high up. It is going to be my first home game and playoff game. Sad since I am from the Bay Area. I watched them a lot during my undergrad at Staples Center when they played the Kings. I hope its going to be a nice experience.

    Lucky you-when u sitting ?(I live in SF and have been to many playoff games)

    and be sure to go here and gloat with me!

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1009685



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