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  • ugahairydawgs
    Mar 25, 12:36 PM
    Hopefully a jailbreak will be out soon now!

    I would imagine it won't take too long to get that out.

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Oct 5, 01:05 PM
    Thanks for that SIS...this especially makes me happy in pants :o

    "*Removed heavy vehicles from all 4v4 Team Objective gametypes"
    Yes, that and the swapping of the Scorpion for a Wraith on Hemorrhage is great. I'm most excited about Rocket Race coming back. I played that gametype the most in Halo 3, so I'm hoping it remains as fun in Reach.
    Sometimes I have as much fun taking screenshots as I do just playing the damn game.
    ODST Bros unite!!

    And here is a pretty awesome film clip I made. I was trying to bring the Falcon to help my team finish off a round of Invasion, when someone on the other team tried to intercept me in a Banshee. I couldn't escape, so I decided to just, shall we say, trade seats with him... in mid air. Not only did I accomplish it, but we were over the water when I kicked him out, so he died in the process. :D

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  • utwarreng
    May 5, 06:55 AM
    I wouldn't mind this, but definitely want the option to turn it off.

    1.) 3G in my area is spotty at best, and often is under 100kbps downstream. I have no desire to sit around and have my phone be useless while this downloads/installs.

    2.) If it installs automatically, I've lost all interest. Stay away from my jailbreak!

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  • Seantju
    Mar 14, 07:51 AM
    I'm waiting for a new MBP line very badly !
    I'm checking macrumors everyday and hope it comes out tuesday!

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  • Northgrove
    May 5, 03:13 AM
    This is complete bullcrap, people. Over the air updates will come, but over WiFi. Doing this over 3G makes no sense.

    Haha, yes... When I typed my reply above, I didn't even consider 3G. Come on guys... LOL :D

    This will obviously be intended for WLAN's. Apple doesn't even do *FaceTime* over 3G.

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  • iCrizzo
    Mar 28, 02:02 PM
    Wonder when Toys R Us will get their shipment. :rolleyes:

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  • Source
    Oct 14, 05:15 PM
    Again, you're lying and have again, misinterpreted my posts.

    "You suggsted we rally around some cause."

    No, i suggested people contact Apple in some form, be it email, letter, fax or petition.

    "You never quantified what that something was."

    See above.

    "Good point. You win."

    It's not about winning you arrogant buffoon. Neither of us has "won" anything in this whole thread, i've been trying to point out to you time and time again, that the things we are arguing about are very similar, and yet you continue on a rampage of lies and misinterpretations.

    You see you, Nipsy, make arguments for the sake of looking good to your "audience". You don't hope to achieve anything constructive by making an argument, other than looking good and padding your ego by using sarcasm and making the other person look as bad as you can. You fabricate points in your replies when the person your replying to has made no such point, and if you are as intelligent as you say you are, i can only assume that you are doing that on purpose.

    An intellectual person will try to make constructive comments, and contribute to some kind of solution, you however, do not.

    I agree with you on most of your points, Nipsy, as i have said many times ("Good points").

    If you want a one man show, go on stage or become a politician. They fabricate lies and will do anything to come across as though they're making a good point, when they're not, too.

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  • goosnarrggh
    Nov 8, 09:37 AM
    But does the 1GB use one memory slot or two?

    As long as the MacBook continues to use integrated graphics, you will never see Apple shipping them with single-memory-stick configurations. Unlike the MacBook Pro, using mismatched memory sticks in a MacBook's slots actually results in a potentially painful performance hit.

    That's because, if the memory inserted in all slots are perfectly matched, the memory manager can handle multiple requests at once: one access for each memory slot. The GMA950's memory is ideally all grouped together on one memory stick. This way, one stick will never be tied up servicing the GMA950, so the CPUs will always have exclusive access to it. Only the single "shared" stick ever needs to be deal with possible contention from multiple masters.

    If you only have one memory stick, then the CPUs and the GPU will always need to fight each other for their turn at accessing memory.

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  • plaxico44
    Mar 11, 05:40 PM
    Hopefully its tomorrow or the 16th for the MBP, but im done getting my hopes up. All this waiting is especially frusterating for me because this is my first mac and i am sure the c2d model will suit my needs for years. I am just a tech junkie waiting for the next best thing. :(

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  • Chupa Chupa
    Apr 13, 03:39 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?

    Would this run on a maxed 13" air ok?

    It should except where a plugin or feature is GPU intensive and needs a real video card. That is the real Achilles heel of the 13". (I say that as an owner). Motion will run like molasses though.

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  • doctoree
    Nov 2, 04:37 PM
    People don't care about Flash Player itself, they just want the ability to play video in the browser, which the iPhone is perfectly capable of doing. So instead of lobbying Apple for Flash support we should be lobbying web developers for video tag support.

    Exactly! And not only video video tag support but the whole HTML5. Much faster and cleaner and ready to replace this flash crap. Good thing Apple is so large that they can actually transform whole markets.

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  • DiamondMac
    Apr 1, 10:51 AM
    I keep seeing posters state that the rep of Apple will be hurt (some say long term, others say short term) and I still have not actually seen a reason for this

    Of course, I agree that Radioshack is a bit of a low-type choice for Apple but at the end of the day, why exactly would ANYONE look at Apple even slightly more different?

    I mean, if BestBuy and others are selling and the rep has not taken a hit, I find it hard to believe that Apple is somehow in danger rep-wise with Radioshack.

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  • dmw007
    Nov 8, 08:14 AM
    It is pretty pathetic that Apple still even sells a computer with a combo drive tho.... that really should be standard even in the $1099 model these days.

    Other computer companies, such as Dell, still sell machines with only a combo drive, so it is not like Apple is so far behind the times. :rolleyes: :)

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  • anomie
    Apr 12, 12:26 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; de-de) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8G4)

    Hahaha made my day.

    Truth is: they do not build anything in the US because US-workers are lazy!
    Nobody in the Rest of the world would buy their profucts

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  • mark!
    Jul 22, 08:51 PM
    didn't people read about it having a bigger screen?

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  • MrCrowbar
    Oct 15, 05:31 PM
    I actually like the idea of wireless communication on iPods. They could do it exactly like "sharing"in iTunes. Imagine you sitting somewhere in the underground or bus, taking out your iPod, checking "other iPods" on the main menu, browsing through the playlist and thinking: "hey, this guy/girl has a good music taste". You could see what she/he's listening to ("now playing") and listen to it. And if you see the other person rocking his head to the same song you're hearing, you know it's the right one. And if this person happens to share it's profile (contact information), you can get the phone number etc...

    Kinda like meeting people on the internet by their profile, but here you can just walk up to the person and go on from there.
    Compatible car radios could receive the digital signal streamed from your iPod. No wires, no crappy fm-transmitted sound quality. :)

    PS: "Can I put my earbud into your ear?" is kinda close to "can I put my p*nis into your v*gina?". So I guess girls could be offended.

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  • sikkinixx
    Nov 24, 08:09 AM
    ITT internet snarky-ness reaches yet another peak :rolleyes:

    It's pretty cool that it's selling so well. I mean it's gonna die down... a lot... once Biebus decides to release his next musical masterpiece, but nonetheless very cool.

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  • Chrispy
    Nov 8, 09:16 AM
    No, later CD builds were relieved of the whine. That wasn't solved by a C2D chip, but better quality control.

    Really. That is good to hear. Glad to see Apple figured out what the problem was and took care of it.

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  • Taz Mangus
    Apr 15, 01:11 PM
    Are you serious? Maybe you're new here? Apple fans are 2 steps shy of being brainwashed cult members and its no secret to anyone that Apple's hype/marketing department is probably the strongest weapon in their arsenal. They are very adept at pushing their products.

    Pretty much can be said about Windows fans, Android fans or RIM fans. I love it when someone throws out the brainwashing argument.

    People I know switched to using Macs because they used the product and felt that it was easier to live with then Windows. Just last night my wife was telling me about how one of her co-wokers had bought a first generation iPad for their spouse. They loved it so much they ended up buying the second generation iPad. I guess they were brainwashed into buying the second iPad. User experience had nothing to do with it. The co-worker must have been lying about liking the product, they simply wanted to waste their hard earned money on another iPad because the Apple marketing machine told them to do so. Yes, advertising works thats why it exists. Present your product in an appealing way so that people will know about it, go check it out and possibily but it. There is a reason why Apple has a 14 day return/no stocking fee policy. Ever wondered why the Apple stores are always packed with people trying out the products before they buy it. It is more then wanting to own a "cool" product as you put it.

    Are Macs perfect, NO. I switched over to using Macs in 2001 because I felt Apple offered me a better user experience then the alternative. Part of that user experience is how the computers are put together, not looking like some chimp did the work. The other part was how I could unbox he computer, plug it in and I was up and running in a matter of minutes, network setup and all. There are other parts of the user experience like the customer support and how seamless the hardware and software work together. Not to mention the included software at no extra cost. Best of all is not having to worry about the *possibility* of getting a virus or spyware. Notice how I used the word possibility.

    And lest I forget, there is the added benefit of how Mac products hold there value over time.

    Nov 2, 05:10 PM
    Apple needs to pull its head out on this one.

    Flash eats battery! Ok, and? So does fieldrunners. Guess what? I can decide if I want to spend the power playing it!

    Flash is full of archaic crap. Well dang. The web is full of archaic crap. Including a lot of flash. But it's still the web, and I still need to access it.

    Flash isn't necessary, you can use Java, Wookie, etc... whatever. Ok, sure, I'll just write every website I need to visit to find my travel reservations and itinerary, and have them rewrite their page in a new format.

    This stupid tug of war leaves the end users in the lurch. Adobe, clean up flash, Apple, encourage them and accept that it ain't gonna be perfect.

    Sep 6, 10:28 AM
    Well, lets see where would they put it? Between Mac Mini and iMac.... you know in that $200 difference. Or maybe between iMac and Pro Mac.... in that what $300 difference. It seems like the Mac Mini bump and iMac expansion have left no room in the line-up for another Mac. Even with conroes... all speeds, sizes, prices are covered. There isn't room for a Conroe Mac. Period.

    The iMac isn't a headless mac, so it's not even in the equation. It would go in between the mini and Pro, and fall in the same price range as the iMacs. It's a different product category, might as well say they shouldn't have the iMac since there are already laptops in that price range.

    It makes no sense for apple to ignore Conroe, it's intel's best bang for buck right now.

    At this point I'm thinking that most updates of current machines will happen before tuesday, maybe the Showtime thing will be when they finally announce a midtower (probably pizza box form factor). Works as a settop box, or any mac can stream to the new Airport video.

    And those waiting for MBPs........Start Crying :D :D :D

    Nonsense. I still think there's a good chance we see them before tuesday, if not, definitely in the next two weeks.

    Mar 29, 11:30 AM
    Something tells me that one still using a 3GS isn't likely a must have "latest and greatest" kind of consumer. I had a 3GS which I bought on Day One. ATT let nearly everyone upgrade early to the 4 so I did. It was a no brainer. Why you stuck it out w/ the 3GS I can't say but to be bitching and moaning Apple doesn't upgrade fast enough like you are is silly. If you only upgrade every 3 years what difference would more frequent upgrades possibly make in your life? I think you protesteth too much.

    I am still on a 3GS and no ATT did NOT offer me any kind of early upgrade deal so I chose to spend what money I had on an iPad. I am not complaining - I'm just saying. My contract just came up and I was really looking forward to getting a new iPhone this year but now I am worried about upgrading to a small time iPhone4 refresh and being trapped into another two year contract when everyone upgrades to a fancy new iPhone5 next year.

    No I do not blame Apple for this at all but that doesn't mean it's not frustrating for me. If they need to change their timeline of course they should but i am not sure i can stomach another 6mo to a year on a 3GS.

    Oct 11, 11:55 AM
    What's this about datapads? I managed to get through the game on Heroic & half on Legendary without finding even one. Don't make me go through all that again!
    Yep, the game has some datapads in all of the various levels. Much like the Terminals in Halo 3, and the Audio Logs in ODST, these are sort of hidden. They all tell a different bit of side story, or back story. Not really required, per se, but they do give some good info if you do hunt them down.
    I still don't understand why Halsey was kept in a glass cell.
    She sealed herself off because of the Covenant attack on Sword Base, to try and keep herself and her research safe. At least, that is what I took of it.
    I'd love to play through the series again, starting with Reach and then Halo, etc., but I've never tried playing Halo on a 360. Does it play/look ok?
    Yep, both Halo 1 & 2 work just fine on the 360. They have turned off the old Xbox Live servers, so obviously you won't be able to play Halo 2 online, but the campaigns from both games will work fine.

    Halo Wars >> Reach >> Halo 1 >> Halo 2 >> ODST >> Halo 3
    I'm growing more and more disenchanted with Multi-player though...I'd rather pop in Halo 3...the game variants and maps are much more enticing...
    I sort of agree. I've been having a real hit-or-miss experience with the Multiplayer lately. Either the games go great, and are fun, or there is tons of quitting, and the games fall apart. I really like BTB and Invasion, and both of them could really stand to have some of the maps looked at with regards to the spawns and balance issues. The game could be quite fun, but it still needs some work to refine it a bit.

    On a slightly related note, I have hit Lt. Colonel, and my Spartan has had some new modifications done to him... :D

    Jul 24, 10:21 PM
    eInk sounds interesting for B&W eBook readers and the like, less so if you want a Video iPod as well, at least at this stage.

    The One Laptop Per Child project is using a display that's full color but has a 1-bit mode that uses no or very little power when it's in its 'off mode'. I'm not sure what technology they're using but we do know that Steve Jobs and Nicholas Negroponte have talked last year when Jobs offered OSX for the olpc.

    But wind energy is, so one ipod versus piles of books, we could finally stop all this senseless logging.

    Good, we can burn those logs for electricity. Carbon net-neutral for a short period of time, unlike coal or oil.

    Engadget believes that Apple would also launch electronic book sales via iTunes as well to provide content for this new iPod functionality.

    Why would Apple go about doing all this work when Steve Jobs's friend Jeff Bezos has been spending the past several years scanning all of his inventory for the 'Look Inside' feature? And they cover just about every book on Earth. And they've been in the default Safari bookmarks for years. Etc.

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