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  • dornoforpyros
    Oct 12, 07:38 PM
    haha, those store employees don't look to impressed. I imagine it's a "shut up and keep quite" moment while the celebs are taping. ;)

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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 4, 07:18 PM
    No next gen DVD in the 23" yet, I guess.

    Next gen DVD is still in the air and still too expensive, would raise the price by at least 700 (likely more). Not sure most people are ready to shell that much yet.

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  • rmitchell
    Sep 13, 10:43 PM
    Yes, it was the "pre-announcement" that I find very un-Apple. The fact that the product doesn't have a solid name just adds to the strangeness. Is there a precedent for this at Apple announcements. Sure, I've heard of products that I couldn't go out and get today or even for 4 weeks, but Q1 2007?

    This seems to me the "plan b" that had to get announced because the real "one more thing", out of left field announcement, hit a snag.

    Maybe it wasn't the iPhone, but something didn't go exactly a planned on the 12th.

    Anyone hear how they liked the satcast of the keynote in London?

    That is actually a very intutive outlook on the apple annoucement.

    Quite Intersting

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  • dba7dba
    Apr 21, 07:01 PM
    if samsung stops providing displays to apple, it would be the best thing ever..NO MORE YELLOW TINT ISSUES!!!

    yellow tinted displays are from LG i believe. in fact i don't think samsung supplies displays for iphone/ipad/

    I'm pretty sure there will countless companies willing to take on Apple as a new customer.

    Willing but are they able?

    Desire and Ability don't always come together.

    In Korea, they even run the government through many arms.

    And you think US is run by our govt? Nope, people on wall street. try again, samsung hater.

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  • Dmac77
    Apr 25, 02:39 AM
    And yet, you sounded almost human when you posted about your grandparents and their cancer. Now we know otherwise.

    Because I actually care about my grandparents. They have done something genuine for me, they have cared for me, they have loved me, etc. Some random idiot woman in a minivan is just another person, why should I care about her? Because she is a human? I think not. I have no personal connection to that woman, I cannot feasibly or easily use her to advance myself, so why should I care what happens to her today, tomorrow, or 20 years from now? Logically, I shouldn't; emotionally and morally I should because she is another person, I think that is nonsensical.


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  • AidenShaw
    Mar 23, 04:34 PM
    I heard lame snide remarks like yours when USB first showed up. "Only Macs have it!"

    In that case, you were only listening to the ignorant. USB ports were common on PC systems a year before the toxic plastic CRT Imacs shipped.

    (click to enlarge)

    I upgraded a half dozen systems in early 1997 - yep, they had USB ports. I built a system with an Asus P2L97-S motherboard in fall '97. Yep, USB ports.

    When "USB first showed up", only PCs had it.

    But, no surprise, few devices were available at the start of 1998 and software support was erratic.

    Have fun debugging Apple's ThunderPort support. If the new MBPs couldn't run normal programs without locking up and crashing - do you really think that after waiting months for your ThunderPort disk drive (no price listed, that's scary too) that it will "just work".

    It probably will work most of the time after the second firmware update. You may have to wait for the "early 2012" MacBooks for it to always work.

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  • jz1492
    Nov 13, 03:25 PM
    So they "knew" they were Right after being told otherwise. :rolleyes:

    If I remember correctly, apps that get rejected multiple times experiment unusual delays in the approval process.

    Maybe they have never developed software for a client and so it is their way or else. Sad.

    If you want to develop for the highly rewarding AppStore you have to come to grips with the fact that it is a combination of both models -there is a client, Apple, and there are customers. Fail to please any of them at your own risk.

    On the other hand, new openings in a crowded marketplace are more of a good thing for everybody. Farewell, strong-headed developers! :D

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  • Susurs
    Apr 22, 04:55 PM
    They'd have better found a place for Nvidia or AMD GPU via PCI-E not that Thunderbolt...

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  • wazgilbert
    Apr 28, 05:46 PM
    I don't know you. I do know that you have no idea what the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineers and the Project Management Institute is. I do know that you have no idea what Certified Cost Engineer, Certified Forensic Claims Consultant, and Project Management Professional certifications are.

    As I mentioned, Experience or Education isn't necessary to refute the post "Microsoft is DEAD". A 3rd grade education and a tad of common sense would tell you that..

    Obviously, WE all don't. My original post was not addressed to you but to Mr. BR Lawyer whose exact post was "Microsoft is DEAD"... Please go on though and tell me about how "WE ALL KNOW"....

    Again, it's nonsense like this that indicates to me that you have no idea what you are talking about. I need not know about your qualifications or experience. You continue to show me how truly knowledgeable you are..

    So you're saying the only reason anyone goes into business is to make profit?
    It's not possible to see the breakeven point as the fundamental target?
    Staying in business is not important then?

    The associations that you belong to are not going to be recognised so quickly this side of the pond, but I wasn't suggesting you didn't have qualifications, I suggested waving them around was not necessary or well received in a forum where a general chat about giants of industry will not affect their business models or practices one iota.

    Welcome to Macrumors by the way!

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  • w00master
    Nov 13, 04:01 PM
    Because they are NO LONGER USING THE API! They give the rights to use the API to call and display the image. It doesn't give them the right to take that image and use it for something else outside of the context it was meant to be used.

    Let me quote Gruber on this very issue:

    "Point 1 is simply wrong; the Airfoil Speakers Touch iPhone app does not contain any of these images. It contains no pictures of Apple computers. It contains no icons of Apple applications. It displays these images after they are sent across the network by Airfoil for Mac. Airfoil for Mac reads these images using public official Mac OS X APIs. I.e. Airfoil Speakers Touch can only show a picture of the Mac it is connected to because the image is sent from the Mac it is connected to."


    Quit apologizing for Apple.


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  • deputy_doofy
    Aug 28, 03:28 PM
    Come on Apple... open the doors. Let's not be too far behind, here...

    I hope Apple is at least somewhat prepared for the demand... :)

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  • crackbookpro
    Apr 11, 07:35 AM
    They'll change the key and force a firmware update on any airport express user who wants to update itunes.

    Probably workin' 24/7 on it as we speak... I hope Apple finally stops being Sue Zombie, and realizes the advantages to the consumer for this.

    Apple, go back to the logic that made you what you are - make products for the consumer's hearts & thoughts!

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  • DeathChill
    Apr 20, 08:41 PM
    Wow. Good find. How is Apple even gonna dispute that.

    Bottom Line, with this lawsuit, Apple has clearly declared they see Samsung as a very real threat. Samsung is MASSIVE. They are a true OEM. Look how they were able to pull off a revised Galaxy Tab 10.1 in a span of 2 months. That's true OEM muscle being flexed. Apple Knows this, hence their request to have the Galaxy devices removed from market.

    What an absolute joke. I'm still a little shocked Apple is even suing.

    Because, as it has been said on every single page, the image is flat out wrong. The Samsung F700 wasn't shown until AFTER the iPhone: February 2007.

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  • Rafterman
    Apr 22, 06:53 AM
    A great point, it's kind of funny how consumers have let the media lead us into believing we need clouded services out of everything. I can understand streaming television and films, but what is so hard about syncing your music at home once or twice a week?

    True. There are also a bunch of products that allow you to set up your own streaming services, like StreamtoMe, which even supports encrypted iTunes files now. And not just music, but video too, and best of all, you have complete control over everything. Its not for everyone, like people without the necessary hardware or great technical skills. But if set up properly, its just as good as anything Apple or Google can provide.

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  • patseguin
    Sep 12, 02:16 PM
    Are these enhancements in software, so my existing 5G iPod video will reap the benefits of games, gapless, movies, etc.?

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  • steve_hill4
    Sep 9, 07:55 AM
    My first question is if the Mac Pro offers less of a performance increase than it first appeared, (for the time being at least), would Apple use this as an argument against a Conroe Tower?

    I'm still behind Apple increasing their product lines, (Conroe Tower, 13" MBP, 15 & 17" MBs), and they have effectively done just this with taking teir consumer iMac offering from 2 standard models to 4. Can we expect more of the same in the future?

    Roll on September 12th and beyond.

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  • Jaro65
    May 3, 10:48 AM
    Dual ports should have been on the notebooks as well.

    At least we can daisy chain.

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  • ciTiger
    Apr 25, 04:56 PM
    Bring me my new MBP ASAP :P :D

    I know the fall is the most optimistic date but hopefully when it does it will be well worth it!

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  • aristotle
    Nov 14, 12:00 AM
    Wow. That's quite a diatribe. Historically inaccurate, too. English common law descends from the Roman system of laws that predates christianity (and which was not based on judaism) and from Saxon law, which also has nothing to do with judeo-christian ethics.

    And juries are given instructions to follow the letter of the law as explained to them by the judge. Further, in the U.S. system, only matters at law, not equity, are subject to jury trial, and, in many cases, only if the defendant demands a jury trial.

    You say:

    "You are either deliberately infringing on the rights of others or you are not."

    Ok. So when your third grader copies a few quotes from a book for his book report, he is infringing the copyright statute. But, of course, you complain that it's not the letter of the law that matters - it's the spirit. That's why judges came up with the fair use defense (later codified into the statute).

    But what if the third grader copies 10 quotes? Still okay? A chapter? How about now? Where's the dividing line? What if instead of a third grader, it's another author who copies a few of the best quotes and competes with the first author? How about then? Gets more complicated, huh?

    And that's why the fair use defense has evolved into a complicated legal test involving multiple factors. Among the factors:

    the purpose and character of your use
    the nature of the copyrighted work
    the amount and substantiality of the portion taken, and
    the effect of the use upon the potential market.

    Let's look at these.

    1) the purpose and character of your use

    This is often called the transformative test. Am I creating something new and different and worthwhile to society, involving my own creativity? Many people say that the use in this case was pretty creative and useful, but let's assume no. So this factor weighs against fair use.

    2) the nature of the copyrighted work

    Published works, such as these icons, are entitled to less protection than unpublished. Also, factual or representative works, such as icons, are entitled to less protection than creative works like novels. So this factor weighs for fair use.

    3) the amount and substantiality of the portion taken, and

    A handful of icons out of an entire operating system? Seems small to me. Weighs for fair use.

    4) the effect of the use upon the potential market.

    By using these icons, is the "infringer" somehow preventing Apple from selling this sort of software, or preventing Apple from selling these icons? No. Again, weighs for fair use.

    You simultaneously argue that things are black and white (you either infringe or you don't) and then you argue that the spirit of the law matters, not the letter. You argue for a bright line test, then for shades of gray.

    Well, the answer is a little of both, but men and women far smarter than you have come up with the best tests they can to figure out how to deal with these fuzzy situations.

    You can go to church and pray instead of going to court, if you'd like, but for those of us that believe in the legal system, we take solace in the fact that things really aren't black and white, and yet there is a framework in place that let's us try and figure these things out.
    LOL. Please tell us which law firm you work for. That was quite funny. Are you a historian now too? Would the real cmaier please stand up?

    So the arbitration system comes from the roman law as well? Do tell.

    I'm not interested in what revisionist historians have come up with the justify this perversion of justice that you call "law". The roman empire fell a long time ago and while Roman law may have influenced much of our legal proceedings, including the structure of civil cases, I was talking about how civil disputes are generally dealt with. Lawyers arguing a case are supposed to be the last resort, not the first.

    This process is based on Judeo-christian principles on how you settle disputes over land or labour. It has nothing to do with criminal law.

    Here is how disputes were supposed to be dealt with.
    1. You go to the person in question and try to talk it out.
    2. If that does not work, you meet in front a mediator such as as priest, local official, magistrate or arbitrator.
    3. If that does not work, you hire an advocate and make your case in front of the community.
    4. If that does not work, you take your case before the court which would usually have been a king back in the day.

    The bible frames it slightly different but that is the gist of how it appears in the bible.

    To put in a modern context:
    1. Go for coffee.
    2. Arbitration.
    3. Public Hearing.
    4. Court case.

    Sep 26, 08:01 AM
    I hope and think that Europe is to big a market to ignore.
    The cellphone market is huge here, there are now sold more cell phones than there are people in Norway:eek:

    Apr 22, 03:43 AM
    if this is as slow as iDisk... no, thank you.


    I think Apple needs to forget about adding new stuff to MobileMe considering they can't even get the basics done right. I've had a MobileMe account since it was iTools and I've had more issues with the mail service than any other email provider I've had. That includes free webmail for crying out loud!

    Oct 12, 05:18 PM
    It looks like a more "true" red to me!

    Look at the upper left portion of the picture! MBP black anodized with C2D


    keep dreaming..... no C2D!

    Nov 13, 04:54 PM
    So I guess this puts every iPhone VNC client in violation of Apple's terms as it would be displaying Apple copyrighted images...

    I'm on RA's side on this one!

    You may be right, but we haven't seen the emails or the actual rejected programs.

    Furthermore, "The Client Is Always Right", not because they are, but as a matter of principle. The client is in command.

    And I insist, Apple's model makes them the client, which I have to admit brings many benefits to the end user and the platform in general -not so many to the suppliers or developers, except maybe for the fact that it makes the end user more confident to part with their money, of which Apple has the numbers to prove.

    Rodimus Prime
    Apr 25, 12:22 AM
    It's unsafe to drive the SPEED LIMIT in the left lane because of people who drive so fast. If anyone tailgates me, I just slow down. That said, I don't drive in the left lane except to pass.
    left lane rule as from my 12 years of driving and a fair amount long distance driving (5+ hours between cities) that the left lane is generally 5+ the speed limit. Once start going faster than that you have to start adjusting your speed more often and run into more of those random elements.

    Yes I have done the 90+ in the left lane and flew but at the same time bad idea to pass a car doing 70 mph in the right lane. That is a huge dealt of speed to deal with. Generally when I was doing the 90+ it was long stretches WITH OUT CARS. I have once done 100 or so cruising but the hi way at the time speed was over a 100. I was being passed at 95-100 mph. Little unnerving when the speed limit was 70 mph. I would never of believed it if it was not for the fact that I was driving in it and my dad said something to me in the passenger seat that was end with 3 cars zipping passed me and I was not passing any one just being passed. I will call that a one time thing. Because I am going to. I'm a completely safe driver (even when doing 90 or above) until I run into some dunderhead who has to enforce the speed limit themselves. Had that woman just moved like everyone else did, I would have never had to cut her off in order to punish her. And yes I did have to punish her, because she needed to be taught her dang place on the road.

    EDIT: @adk - yes I am 16, however in this situation my mother was in the car and actually encouraged me to cut the idiot off. So it's not just an age based thing.


    Sorry you are a crappy driver. No matter what you try to say you are a crappy driver. You lack the experience needed. You have not had enough time to learn to see patterns and what to filter out and not filter out. Fact that you were going 90 MPH and had to slow down big time is proof of that fact. You should of spotted that issue a long time ahead of time and adjusted accordingly

    Come back and talk to me when you have 5 years under your belt.

    You should not be driving 90mph in a 70. 75 is really the limit. Yes as stated above there are cases were you can get away with it but I will say it is few and far between when you can cruise 10+ much less 20+ over the limit and not have an issue.
    I am going to guess you were doing 90+ in a 65 which at your speed is consider legally wreckless endangerment and a cop can pull you DL. big time consider you age and complete lack of experince.

    Remember one thing Dmac. YOU ARE A CRAPPY DRIVER and will be consider a crappy driver until you have 5 years under your belt. At that point then we can start judging you on how you drive.
    And no I am not pulling 5 years out of my ass. Studies have shown it takes about 5 years of driving before someone really is consider experience after that point not a huge difference between someone at 20 years and 5 years in terms of how they judge and react to something. Just being young and stupid.

    You Dmac are both young and inexperienced in driving. BAD BAD combination.

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