Friday, 20 May 2011

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  • steezy1337
    Oct 26, 10:57 AM
    I don't know about the UK, but I believe that they're available now in the US.

    if they're not too pricey i might have to update, although they're gonna have to have more power than the II's, there's a piddly amount of wattage in the sub.

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  • NT1440
    Mar 10, 11:01 PM
    I do understand ... very clearly

    we do not need to cut corners on things like Helicopters by hanging onto ancient machines like the Sea King Helicopters or as they are known ..."flying coffins"

    What aggression does Canada have to defend itself against? Or are you in the mindset that you guys should be imperialistic like us?

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  • BigDukeSix
    Mar 28, 02:03 PM
    I am glad to see Apple put their product anywhere it can to increase sales and get devices into peoples hands. Not every place has an Apple store, or maybe even a Target or Best Buy close by. Well done Apple!

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  • scott523
    Oct 15, 08:17 PM
    Command+Option+ESC or holding down the Power button.Thx for info, I'm about to switch and gotta know that in case crap happens. lol :rolleyes:

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  • Paix247
    Jan 11, 01:46 PM
    perhaps the new ultra-portable will not need a power cord.

    I remember a patent application from a while back . . .

    True, I remember that. More reasons to hope for my new slim Macbook! yay!

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  • ten-oak-druid
    May 4, 11:21 PM
    I like the green and red 3D glasses.

    Green and red 3D glasses are cool.

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  • The ACE Schools - Kansas City,

  • kalisphoenix
    Sep 22, 12:56 PM
    It's about time Wal-Mart gets burned to the ground.

    I hope that this pisses off the studios royally. The sooner we shift to a purely electronic method of distribution, the better everything is.

    There's no way that Wal-Mart would stop selling DVDs, and what else could they possibly do? Raise prices?

    It's retarded. Wal-Mart won't lose any substantial sum of money if iTunes carries movies from all the major houses. But they will lose tons if they stop selling DVDs.

    This just seems really foolish to me. They're not in a good position (for once). Granted, it could hurt the studios for a while, but people want to see movies more than they want to shop at Wal-Mart, methinks.

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  • aristobrat
    Oct 26, 08:09 PM
    I would suggest that Apple implement some quality control for their MacBook line, but we all know what happens when they do. ;) :rolleyes:
    Because better quality control would have caught a hardware design error that doesn't happen to every MacBook and took 3 months (and several hundred thousand sold) to become prevalent?

    The MacBook Pro and MacBook are Apple's first two attempts at notebooks using an entirely new architecture inside (Intel). Add to that the entirely new everything else that the MacBook got, and frankly I'm impressed that the RSS and case discoloration have been the only two issues.

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  • Annerz
    Mar 18, 08:55 PM
    I hope they don't get rid of it.

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  • Lennholm
    Apr 2, 06:25 PM
    Nintendo makes products for 6 year old girls.

    Yeah, just as Apple makes products for non-techies that can't think for themselves, right?

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  • notjustjay
    Sep 12, 04:04 PM
    Ordered a 2 gig at the new lower price. This will be a surprise for my brother, whose 2 gig nano (that he got free with MacBook purchase) was run over by a car a few weekends ago. He was quite unhappy. I take some responsibility for it because, following my lead, we ran across the busy street rather than walking to the nearby traffic light. The iPod fell out of his pocket when he broke into the run.

    Moral of the story: don't jaywalk, kids!

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  • in Kansas City; The Star#39;s

  • donlphi
    Sep 25, 01:09 AM (

    The New York Post ( reports that Wal-Mart is warning Hollywood studios against partnering with Apple's iTunes Store for movie distribution.

    According to studio executives, "Wal-Mart has overtly threatened to retaliate if [studios] go into business with Apple."

    While Apple has only signed one movie studio (Disney) to the iTunes store, the early success ( has caught the attention of other studios. One executive is quoted as saying "We all want to be in the Apple business".

    The threat of Wal-Mart repurcussions, however, may temper enthusiasm as Wal-Mart controls a large portion of the retail market for DVDs.

    HA HA HA :D

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  • blitzkrieg79
    Apr 12, 07:30 PM
    If Apple manufactured their products in the US, the iPhone would probably cost $999 with a 2-year contract and the iPad would probably cost $1599 for the 16GB model.

    When you have to pay someone $12 an hour to work an assembly line and pay for benefits and payroll taxes, that raises costs a lot to a country where you can pay 75 cents per hour and benefits like health insurance cost $5 a month rather than $500.

    A 25-page document isn't necessary and the law would be dumb. All that it takes is for someone to take a basic economics course.

    Americans who complain about jobs leaving overseas need to realize that when they go shopping they need to put their money where their mouth is. Everyone pays lip service to "made in the usa" but when they look at the price tags in the store they buy made in china!

    The thing to watch here is if the quality improves when production is done in Brazil. If the production quality is the same or better, that's good news for consumers.

    Recently I have purchased two truck toys for my kid, one was a made in China Tonka truck $50, the other was a Bruder truck $50 made in Germany, about same size trucks, same functionality, and the Bruder was made out of nice soft plastics where Tonka was made from hard cheap plastics, plus if you would even look at both of the toys you would see just how much better and how much more detail the Bruder had over Tonka. Anyway, one would think that a childs toys is a low skill labor job and that it wouldn't make any sense building it in a highly developed nation yet somehow its doable in Germany. I see more made in EU toys in European Union countries than I see made in USA toys in USA (which is almost zero). This is just an example to show that simply US companies are more greedy and they just want more bottom line profit, nothing else. They don't care about local communities, their towns, basically their own consumer base, because the people who make it are also the people who buy it. But this kind of mentality is good for short term investment, what happens if your entire middle class disappears (its been happening for the past 25 years)? Who will buy the overpriced Nike or Apple products? I could see an advantage of cheaper labor in labor intensive niche products but those products are expensive to begin with, so if a person would be able to afford a $2000 Coach made in China bag, then they could easily afford a $2250 made in USA bag. Again, labor cost difference in mass production items is minimal.

    Another issue is outsourcing of ALL the jobs, these days you have doctors from Russia reading the CT scans or X Rays for American practices and does a US patient see a decrease in medical costs??? NOPE You have paralegals outsourced all over the world, programmers/IT, lawyers, pretty much any industry can be outsourced these days except for services. And again, the savings in labor are not passed towards the consumer, its more about increasing profits for select few.

    Do you really think that iPhone would cost $999 if it were made in USA? It would be maybe $50-75 more expensive than it is now and all the money would stay within the country making the country stronger and local economies strong and stable. And last but not least, US government allows all of this, its funny how for over 50 years they were battling USSR and communism yet since the 1970s they helped one of the most oppressive communist countries which is China become a world power. On one hand USA is trying to teach "democracy" in the Middle East and yet they do business with one of the largest oppressive countries in the world. Anyway, I'll end my rant, its not like the world will change tomorrow.

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  • majorp
    Sep 6, 08:26 AM
    The iMac and the Mini have been upgraded, does that mean that the MacBook and MBP will follow suit before 12th September, ready for whatever announcement comes then?

    i reckon, if they changed all of the core duos to core 2 duos in one go apple would not be able to handle all of the extra orders, so they spread it out a little.

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  • emotion
    Nov 8, 08:57 AM
    No, I can't actually. I'm typing this on a dual 533MHz G4 with 1MB L2 cache per processor - so 2MB total. Same as the Core Duo!

    Not really. The CD has some level of cache coherency, this makes it more efficient than separate caches on separate processors.

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  • autrefois
    Nov 28, 10:18 AM
    I think this is wonderful news! But not surprising. People have been waiting for this for so long. We always knew this partnership was meant to be, for it was written, or rather sung...After all, in the song “A Hard Day’s Night” there is a line that has a double reference to Apple Computers.

    "You know I work all day to get you money to buy you things"

    The reference to "iWork" is obvious, and it’s disappointing no one noticed this earlier. This is the Beatles urging people to use iWork instead of Microsoft Word when doing stuff for business.

    But more importantly, if you play the second part of this line backward, “to buy you things” (, you can clearly can hear John Lennon singing “Now ya have a iPod” (

    Sure, it should be "an iPod", but it's amazing enough the Beatles knew back in 1964 that the iPod would exist, we don't need to quibble over their grammar here. So expect a Beatles and Apple Computer partnership soon, with a clear possibility of a Beatles iPod -- you wanted the Beatles on iTunes, well now ya have a iPod!

    For any naysayers out there, listen to the song clips yourself on the links above or use your own copy (for example, once you download it from iTunes in the near future!). This at long last explains why in the forward version of the song John clearly sings " thin' " instead of "things" — all the time there was a backward message about the iPod just waiting to be discovered.

    Now what's this I hear about Paul being dead?


    Anyway, this will be great once people can finally get Beatles songs from the iTunes Store. The greatest music group on the greatest music store.

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  • Daremo
    Nov 12, 01:21 AM
    I respect the fact that he and any developer can do what ever they wish, and move on to do other things, but to use the review process as your excuse is lame. Sure, everyone knows and agrees it's a bit harsh of a process, but he's leaving exactly why? Because it's a 2 week wait for approval? Because Apple polices content to make sure it won't hinder performance on the device? The developers all know the rules, and not much has changed from day one. I understand frustration, but this is a bit extreme to prove a point. There are better ways to go about it.

    Just my opinion...

    I think he did a great job on the app, and I'm disappointed he's walking away from it.

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  • jettredmont
    Oct 15, 03:42 PM
    Before getting slapped... I guess if youre a billionaire you can shove earbuds into a strangers ear, but here in Real World USA the results would not be pretty. Do that with your girlfriend, I dont think ANYONE would want a stranger theyve known for 1 minute coming up to them and putting crap into their ear.

    If you're unable to walk up to a girl and ask her if she wants to listen to a cool song, but more than ready to semi-anonymously ask the same thing by connecting to her music player ... well, I guess the Zune might have a market with the socially inept looking for others who are socially inept.

    But, in my opinion, if I were to ask someone to listen to a cool song, I'd want to strike up a conversation first, maybe introduce the song, etc. Sending a message like "Someone wants you to listen to something. Accept?" just soounds creepy.

    And, no, if asked to listen to something by someone unwilling to identify themselves, my answer would be "no", period. That kind of person is too likely to send me heavy breathing or a breathless rant on global consumerism spliced into the middle of a Britney Spears track (the rant might be okay by itself, but ...)

    So, no, I see no advantage in that scenario at all.

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  • chillywilly
    Sep 12, 02:21 PM
    Gapless playback.

    w00t OMG LOL etc.

    Oh yeah.

    First thing I did after I did the upgrade was go to The Cars first album and started playing "Bye Bye Love" and let it play.... gapless playback, just like how it should be.

    I didn't see an option for this in Preferences. I'm assuming it's automatic.

    Oct 26, 06:45 PM
    I took that picture on the right. Just sayin'.

    seriously man? well thank u much... i'm from philly and i love it there

    Mar 18, 07:46 PM
    Lump me in with the crowd that is still hanging on to the iPod classic! I really don't want to see it go anywhere - I like being able to carry my entire library with me, movies and all.

    Aug 4, 11:16 AM
    Actually it was announced at last years WWDC. And I'm pretty sure that is final since they changed it from what they showed perviously. ;)

    Here ya go, I did a little updating ;)

    Mar 11, 04:02 PM
    I just bought a Macbook Pro literally 5 minutes ago. I've been waiting for months and I finally gave up. After the order was completed, I thought I'd check macrumors just for laughs and the first thing I saw was, "new macbook pros tomorrow?" :(

    Relax and enjoy your most, it's gonna be a speed bump and some new ports, nothing else...not to mention that so far, only hoaxes have published around. I figure Apple is gonna take a while to launch the new MBPs this time...

    Apr 13, 03:43 PM
    If it's shipping in June, even June 30, how can it not be near final form? I mean when a developer tells me s/w is "nowhere near final form" I'm thinking early beta at best. But 2.5 months from release (assume June 30) shouldn't it be in the bug testing phases and everything else locked up?

    Seeing as how it is referencing the version that was showed which was shown in February I can see how that build would be nowhere near the final form. It is a build that is at least two months old and probably a more stable/incomplete build so that it wouldn't crash constantly during the demo. I can completely see how a lot of features would be missing from the demo version.

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