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  • nonameowns
    Mar 28, 08:58 PM
    what the tits? that's fast... next WWDC, 6 hrs? lol

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  • e-coli
    Oct 13, 06:22 PM
    Originally posted by Nipsy

    Nipsy, while I know you are simply trying to defend your viewpoint (as we all should), you have a very simplistic view of a computers role in society. This is a tragic flaw with all Mac users. Running a piece of software in "emulation" is a poor example of compatibility. It's like having to buy an external drive for your portable computer. It's cumbersome, hardly ideal, and defeats the purpose.

    The problem with Apple simple. They have no enterprise strategy. They have no muscle to get developers to begin including Macs in custom software solutions, database integration, and web-services compatibility. Apple is totally missing the point, and doesn't understand the place of the computer in business and (this is the sad one) education.

    So, Apple has the Xserve, right? Huge dismal failure for them. They are giving hardware to Universities, but they're not leveraging their weight to get software and datablase companies on board to write enterprise-wide server-based applications. A good example: some universities are in the process of migrating all their research to secure server farms, and interconnecting them nationwide to increase the pool of information available to researchers. This means that different applications, different file types, and different methods of gathering that information (such as a custom-written piece of software that, say, reads indentity cards or thumb-print records) need to become recognizeable, retrieveable, and editable from any location. Or what if libraries wanted to interconnect, creating a real-time updated database of all published works and periodicals known to mankind. They need to be able to trade data, and allow data to be submitted by individual users (such as a publication written by an independent party).

    These are great examples of how the world is becoming more interdependent, and the personal computer is becoming merely a gateway to more information, applications and services. It's also a great way of illustrating how Apple is missing the boat entirely. They have made no such moves at the university (or even lower education) level. They have no plan (or so it seems) for the time when data unity is going to becom an essential element of the computing environement. They are making a wonderful move with embracing open standards, but they need to drive enterprise-level development. They need to sell solutions to the enterprises now, and make sure their technology is implemented, instead of trying to retrofit Mac-compatibility into an implemented solution. By then it will be too late, and the Mac platform will become obsolete.

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  • lostngone
    Mar 28, 11:57 PM
    It sure would suck if you need matching ID and company credentials to get your pass - like they do with CES. :rolleyes:

    From the FAQ:

    You will be required to present your passport or other government-issued photo identification before being admitted to WWDC. Please make sure you bring your identification with you, as you will not be admitted without it.


    Conference badges are not transferable. The full conference fee will be charged to replace a lost badge.

    When you register you get an activation code. I think any other Dev can use it because I purchased mine with my MobileMe account and then activated it with my ADC account. Those accounts are not linked as far as I know.

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  • ChickenSwartz
    Sep 22, 07:47 PM
    I don't particularly believe this. I don't think Wal-Mart is ever threatened by anything except a union.

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  • gnasher729
    Dec 3, 06:03 AM
    Why all the focus on Bach in this thread?

    Beatles>Jesus>Beethoven>[insert 40 or 50 names here]


    I think there was a quote from Mozart, who obviously didn't know the Beatles, who didn't rank Jesus very high as a composer, but who put Bach ahead of Beethoven.

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  • ortuno2k
    Sep 14, 09:51 PM
    As an ex-employee of a computer retail store, I always used to get the questions.."What's the different between XP home & Pro?" "Does XP Pro come with Word, that's why it costs more?" Etc..

    Microsoft continues to ship buggy software and confuse the hell out of people.
    And for those complaining that OS X was more expensive than Windows Vista over time, think again...The updates aren't as needed from one version to the next, so you may choose to skip one or two, for example from 10.3 to 10.4, and skip to 10.5. It will cost you $129.99 (or whatever the price for 10.5 is), while Windows Vista costs a lot more, and it's just another bugged version of Windows XP.

    I went Mac a year ago and will NEVER buy/build another PC.

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  • iOrlando
    Nov 13, 08:05 AM
    Good developers dislike regulation, but in the case of apps, I think its needed. Without regulation, I can just go and make some crap app (that wouldn't work) put a $0.99 price and hope for 20-40 fools a month to accidently buy it. Repeat this step probably 100s of times with clueless "developers" who don't know what they are doing. Regulation at least guarantees the app works, although the functionality and usefulness of the app is up for judgement by the end user.

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  • macsrockmysocks
    Jul 22, 11:39 PM
    I would really rather have a paperback or hard cover book to read than look at a bright light to read. I can see maybe lyrics for songs, but books-no.

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  • Kelmon
    May 5, 02:52 AM
    I'm hoping this is an April Fool and someone just got their date a bit wrong. I really don't like 3D and I absolutely hate the 3D bandwagon that seems determined to ram the technology down our throats. It's terrible. My eyes are not fooled by 3D effects. I'm hoping this is just an effort to get everyone to buy an iPad 2.

    Personally, I don't believe the story.

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  • AidenShaw
    Sep 6, 09:29 AM
    Could you expand on this? What will the Media edition add to the pot? Thanks.
    Think FrontRow with integrated SDTV and HDTV tuners, program guide, PVR (TiVo-like scheduled recording), 1.5 TB disk for those shows....

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  • cooknwitha
    Sep 12, 12:53 PM
    How long does it usually take for new releases to be available? So it's been announced it will be available "today". So.... what's the average? Hours? Minutes?

    Yes, I'm an impatient child. :D

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  • bearda
    Aug 24, 05:58 PM
    Apple phone support seems to have entirely melted down. Hitting the battery recall options only tells you they've discontinued phone support and that you should use the "chat" option on the apple support webpage (which seems to be invisible). Trying to go through iBook support just manages to get me disconnected after a variety of error messages from the phone system

    Andrew Beard

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  • sommls
    Nov 2, 04:53 PM
    This is almost Microsoft-like: at what point does the public simply become so sick of badly written software from an arrogant company that historically captured a large market share and is now doing everything possible to stifle innovation that it simply moves on?

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  • dongmin
    Jan 11, 01:24 PM

    1. Airport Express 2.0 with support for video streaming or (Airtunes 2.0)

    2. Wireless AppleTV

    3. WiMax or 3G integrated with new MacBooks

    4. Slingbox to iPhone (as already rumored)

    5. Some sort of iTunes integration with in-flight entertainment

    6. Super-light MacBooks

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  • dani0100
    Mar 13, 10:59 AM
    Has anyone noticed that the refurb section at the Apple Online Store is completely out of stock of all 15" and 13" Macbook Pros? I can't remember this being the case recently and it makes me wonder if this is related to a possible new release of those size configurations. There are multiple configs of the 17" MBP available.

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  • Flowbee
    Nov 28, 01:51 AM
    Anyway, how are those LOVE CDs doing?:) Better on iTunes with some special extra tracks I would guess.:)

    Currently #5 on Amazon's Bestsellers list (

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  • rwilliams
    Mar 12, 10:25 AM
    My 13" Whitebook is literally falling apart. Im buying a new 13" Pro as soon as its updated

    What happened to it?

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  • emotion
    Nov 8, 08:28 AM
    My friend calls them toilet seats. But he has a white one too. Trust me, Apple screwed up with the black finish. It's stupid matte paint that absorbs grease marks, and *does* peel off. I had both issues.

    Your only other option then is a MacBook Pro. Worth it IMO, but you might not want to pay the premium.

    It's not the cost it's the size. I have two aging 12" powerbooks (rev a and c). The whole point of a laptop, sorry notebook, for me is the small size.

    I am listening when you say the black isn't a good finish. I'm holding off my buy for a while yet :)

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  • 0815
    Mar 29, 06:37 AM
    I would rather Apple do iPhone5 right then be pressured to release it at the typical release cycle.

    ++ 100% agree.

    No need to rush things out to fullfil some artificial release date because people 'expect' it to be released. Get it it right and release it when its ready. No need to rush out half baked stuff - that will only fire back.

    Nov 12, 12:45 AM
    Reading some of the posts about this on Twitter, it may (or may not be) about the Three20 project (Objective C library for developing iPhone apps) that was developed by Hewitt. It apparently was using private APIs and may have been getting other people's apps, who were using the code, rejected. Conceivably, the Facebook app could have been using the same private API calls and was continually getting rejected. Supposedly, Apple has some new way to check out if you're using these APIs. Hewitt may have just got fed up with the situation and decided to quit.

    Aug 24, 01:34 PM
    the Apple battery exchange page I got before it went down. Including the serial numbers

    Apr 17, 12:09 AM
    Why is this on the front page? It's like saying that WalMart is now selling a junk tablet. Except this article says that Toys R Us and Best Buy is now selling iPads. This isn't front page news.

    Sep 12, 02:48 PM
    Movies purchased from the iTunes Store can't be burned to a DVD or VCD that will play in a DVD player or Video CD.Ya and Im sure you wont get the nice DVD extras either.

    Mar 29, 01:01 PM
    I could cause the antenna to lose all its bars by placing my one finger on the antenna... Thats ridiculous. And anyone who has one, on the At&T network and says "I've never dropped a call" is a fanboi in the worst way and flat out lying. All my iPhones, - and even non-iPhones - on AT&T's network drop calls period, all the time. Even if the antenna design was perfect on the iPhone 4, it would drop calls because of At&T's network, so yea... I don't believe that in a second.

    Not to mention all the problems people were having with the screen, and the proximity sensors... and thats all I can think of off the top of my head. I'm sure there is/was more. Also, I refused to buy another iPhone that didn't have more than 32 GB of space, since I'm currently maxing out the capacity on my current 32 GB iPhone. Thus, I decided not to upgrade to avoid dealing with all that. Really, the 4 was just problems and a few spec increases. The increased resolution of the display means nothing to me without a larger screen, and the 3GS was fast enough at the time. The one and only thing that I would have enjoyed is the bump in RAM.

    Also, design-wise, I'd take the original iPhone over any of the others. It's too bad the AL causes havoc with radio signals. I would think someone who supposedly had all the iPhones would agree. And at least not think it looked like a "toy".

    Good thing your not a designer, since when you designed crap and people called you out on it you'd be offended. :rolleyes: You'd probably not be able to emotionally handle it.

    And I 100% know what I'm talking about. Because I have an Anti-Apple opinion doesn't mean I'm ill-informed and I don't know what I'm talking about. I've worked on and dealt with enough electronics to have an informed opinion.

    So what electronic has ZERO problems??
    The more features that are packed into something, the more chances of issues. Doesn't make the iPhone 4 a "POS".

    You've never owned one, so you wouldn't know.

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