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  • applefanDrew
    Apr 3, 03:13 PM
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    No, but enough sites do make use of it that Apple really should allow the CONSUMER to make the decision to enable or disable it. I know the Apple fanboys will disagree, but I wouldn't expect anything less from those guys.

    Thank you.

    I think letting consumers decide is stupid. They dont have degrees in technical areas of computing. That's what engineers get paid for, to handle tech stuff. Consumer pays to have technology that works.

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  • Quilentro
    Aug 24, 03:34 PM
    I switched to apple so I wouldn't have problems with customer support. This is ridiculous. The website is completely screwed up (Apple admits this) because of the hits from the battery issue. And the worst part is, the battery isn't my problem.

    Sure, I have a defective macbook pro battery, but when I sent it in for repair on the 4th, it was for dark spots on the screen and some other random issues. They told me it would be fixed in a couple days. It's been gone for weeks, and after talking to people on the phone for hours, they finally told me that they weren't sure what was going on, but that they think it's fixed, and that it is just being tested (even though the site, when it was working days ago, said it had been repaired and was pending shipping on the 19th.) But they can't tell me when it will be back, and that it might take another week. I'm moving in a matter of days, and was told this should be a quick fix. This is really, really obnoxious. And all they can say is "sorry." At what point do they offer me a concession? At what point can the consumer say forget it, this computer is only a couple months old, give me a brand new one off the store floor. Ridiculous. I have more complaints, back my extreme irritation at the situation prevents me from launching a cogent argument.

    I sincerely hope everyone else is having a much better experience than I/

    - Quil

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  • whenpaulsparks
    Oct 26, 06:41 PM
    i would fall of my chair laughing if apple did some notification that you shouldn't shut down your macbook during the firmware update... hhehehe :D

    they did. check the article. pretty ironic.

    but i just installed it on my blackbook without a hitch. mid-summer mine was shutting down, then after the 1.0 firmware update it worked fine, and it just started again this week. i've been using it for 30 mins since the 1.1 update with no shutdowns.

    i wonder if it just ignores that temp sensor shorting out? there's bound to be other temp sensors in the case, they could just completely ignore that one.

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  • plaxico44
    Mar 11, 05:01 PM
    Safari 4.0.5 has just been released, so now we know MBPs ARE COMING!!! :D

    What does Safari 4.0.5 have to do with a MBP update?

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  • TheUndertow
    May 6, 08:38 AM
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    There's nothing good about 3D, and nothing good about clueless bloggers who "think it's great!"

    Totally...our eyes should only see 2D as well.

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  • Detektiv-Pinky
    Nov 8, 09:41 AM
    Sligthly off-topic:

    Judging from history what do you thing, when would iLife '07 be available?

    I am seriously considering to wait a little longer (the 1.83 model has left me strongly disappointed).

    So I thought I can wait a little longer and buy when iLife 07 will be included in the purchase (to make up for the lousy specs ) :rolleyes:

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  • Chip NoVaMac
    Apr 18, 10:19 AM
    Front page news since there had been reports that BBY was holding back inventories for this promotion. And from the comments, very few if any could be had. Working retail this sort of ad is a nightmare; and having done 4-color ads for the company the lead times can hurt.

    I am sure that there will be business books written on the iPad2 release - "The Perfect Storm" of exceeded demand beyond expectations, a supply disruption to components due to a natural disaster, and the willingness of consumers to pay "scalper prices" and the supply chain unwilling or unable to control "scalper" purchases.

    And the nightmare of BBY holding a customer "hostage" for the $100 deposit to be placed on a waiting list. The way I hear it if a customer at BBY places a $100 deposit it is via a BBY Gift Card - locking the consumer in to spending $100 at BBY regardless if they had been able to get an iPad2 from another source. Gift Card agreements generally state they are not refundable.

    While maybe not against some local consumer protection laws - there are those that don't read the fine print. May be their fault; but can be a headache for a smaller retailer that abides by common sense reality.

    That can be tough for any retailer these days. With the Net (and without); I have seen at my job folks that place multiple orders with multiple same stores or vendors - seeing who can deliver first. At least for my shop we take deposits via a credit card.

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  • wnurse
    Aug 8, 10:35 PM
    Instead of the headline reading macbook hacked in 60 seconds it should of read x vendor welcome to your lawsuit we promise it wont last 60 seconds!

    The macbook was hacked in 60 seconds. Why it was hacked or whoose software was responsible is irrelevant. The macbook was HACKED, PERIOD!.
    End of story.

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  • fblack
    Jul 23, 01:06 AM
    This rumor has popped up before--and I think it's almost a BETTER use of a large(r) screen than videos. If my music was already in my pocket, and then as an "extra" with no additional bulk I could also have a book to read, that would be very cool.

    As with movies, though, I'd prefer a subscription model (and priced low accordingly). I seldom watch the same movie--or read the same book--twice. It's not like music.

    Interesting...I love to read, the screen would have to be a good size and sharp, if I can adjust the size of the fonts it might save my eyes. This has possibilities...

    They should offer both a subscripion model for you and a straight purchase for me. My books are my resources and I refer to them often. I think academics might like this, provided ITMS doesn't offer only pulp.

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  • str1f3
    Nov 11, 10:06 PM
    wont miss him I think the Facebook app could be much better

    That may be true about the bugs but it's considered to be the best Facebook app on any mobile platform and he alone worked on it. He does say in his Twitter posts (@joehewitt) that bug fixes were already submitted and I believe push notifications as well.

    When you hear stories, like this week and the political bobble head fiasco, you really wonder what is going on at Apple.

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  • wonderspark
    Mar 28, 11:57 AM
    A Tandy Corporation.

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  • quagmire
    Mar 10, 09:05 PM
    I would have a $97 billion surplus.

    Raised the budget of NASA to $30 billion( I do believe manned space flight is important).

    Made some small cuts to other organizations up until Defense. Reduced our Defense budget to $471 billion.

    Pretty much halted any foreign military aid.

    Reduced Education a bit.

    Cut Justice a bit.

    Cut housing programs a bit

    Increased our transportation budget.

    Increased taxes 5% for people making $30K to $100K. Raised taxes 10% for $100K to $500K. Increased taxes by 30% for making above $500K.

    Increased the corporate income tax by 10%.

    Create a Carbon tax that will increase energy cost by $6 a month. Increase alcohol tax to 25 cents per ounce and tax sugary drinks 1 cent per ounce.

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  • Silverfist
    Mar 22, 12:58 PM

    Epic :D

    I laughed out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out out loud before once too, but people just thought I was stupid.


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  • joeboy_45101
    Aug 8, 10:12 AM
    Steve looks unhealthy. He's not as sharp as he used to be. His keynotes were flawless. He stuttered several times, forgot what he was saying in mid sentence, and handed a considerable amount of the keynote to other people. Steve was a control freak in past WWDC keynotes.

    I think he may be in not-so-good health. But I've said that before.

    He might be a little under the weather, but he'll be fine. If you go back and watch the video from the WWDC '05 he looked totally out of place; dressed in all black and very little energy. It's a fluxional phenomenon with his appearance. WWDC '05 he looked terrible, Apple Special Event #1(Intel iMac & iPod Nano) he looked great, Apple Special Event #2 (iPod Video) he looked great, Macworkd '06 he looked fine, Apple Special Event #3(iPod HiFi announcement) he looked like he had just woke up.

    The one thing to remember is that this is a Developer's Conference so there is not going to be a lot of pizazz with flashy announcements. There was not a whole lot of new mind-blowing things announced so he could have been a little bit bored with it.

    No matter what, with the transition to Intel chips complete now Apple can start devoting more time to truly new designs and hardware.

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  • iTravis
    Apr 2, 12:13 AM
    They make all of Nikons sensors, even the high end D3S and D3X dSLRs ones. They also made (or make?) Canon point and shoot sensors; at least as of a few years ago. Sony was one of the first with backlit CMOS as well.

    Oh, and I think Pentax, if you want to consider them a camera compay, uses Sony sensors.

    Aw man I definitely can't wait now! We're in April so not too long for WWDC to see the preview or whatever.

    I hope they have a new notification system going, yet I feel if so, they'll wait until the official announcement (in the fall) to unleash that. Either way I'm extremely excited and hoping for a true revolution (I'll settle for evolution if iOS 5 is amazing) with the iPhone 5!

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  • coolbreeze
    Apr 2, 01:33 AM
    Ah-hah, busted and slip'd.

    Sleep tight Sony guy. We wait while you sweat...

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  • dmelgar
    Oct 27, 12:19 PM
    I have my Macbook since July and have never experienced a random shutdown.

    My Lenovo laptop has no known hardware defect and thanks to wonderful software from Microsoft I do experience random shutdowns, lockups, bluescreens, you name it.

    Given the choice between a Windows box guaranteed to crash, get infected and worm its way around the network, I'd much rather get a Macbook with a pretty stable OS and generally wonderful machine.

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  • MacinDoc
    Nov 1, 12:40 AM
    Switched to macs back in 2001 and while I love the OS I have had a continuous stream of hardware problems with all apple products I have bought:

    iBook G3: logic board died and replaced 3 times

    iMac G5: CPU got so hot the machine almost melted! So far I have had the logic board replaced 3 times.

    MacBook: Random shutdown syndrome, faulty mouse and track pad, palm rest discoloration. Currently in for repair again!

    iPod: hard disk and battery both died

    EDIT: and don't get me started about the abomination that is the so called mighty mouse. The thing barely lasted a week!

    Apple have really got to get there quality control sorted out. So what if the OS is great if the continual hardware faults mean you can't actually use the damn thing!

    One cheesed off mac user.
    Your experience is clearly not representative. My family and I have had 9 Macs, and no hardware problems ever. And large surveys, including those by PC Magazine and Consumer Reports, have shown that Apple desktops require significantly fewer repairs than any other brand out there.

    Either you are trolling, or you are the most unlucky Mac user I have ever heard of...

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  • nconnella
    Mar 11, 02:47 PM
    Oh god, please let this be true. I almost wish Macrumors didn't post this because it seems like a very unreliable source... It's gotten my hopes up and I'd almost rather not know and just be surprised when it happens! Fingers crossed that the wait is almost over...

    Nov 23, 03:33 PM
    I bought my Beatles box set in China for $30 but there were lots of spelling mistakes on the back for some reason...

    May 4, 10:59 PM
    Blow through your data cap with 650MB downloads for every point update? Not happening until Apple can deliver smaller downloads for updates.

    Aug 24, 02:31 PM
    How to determine the model number:

    Oct 27, 10:55 AM
    I had a pretty annoying RSS on my week 30 white 1.83 MacBook. Typically it would go for 7-8 hours before shutting down, at which point I'd leave it to cool for half an hour or so before restarting the cycle. I am a student and simply cannot do without my laptop for a week to get the heatsink replaced, so I was simply living with it.

    Keenly applied the firmware update today and it was running OK, until this. First one on the MacBook. Really hope this is a one-off.

    Mar 28, 11:30 PM
    Haven't heard much from Obama about JOBS, JOBS, JOBS lately ...

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