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  • Kristenn
    Mar 25, 04:48 PM
    This is great news and all but I still don't get why people keep comparing an iMac (All in One) to a PC Tower and not something like the Gateway One or those Sony AIO computers. Its comparing apples to oranges.

    The iMac isn't crippled anymore than those PC AIO computers from Sony, Dell, HP, or Gateway. In fact, the iMac is the fastest AIO you can buy, at the moment. I don't get it. People seem to think the iMac is "underpowered" because it isn't the speed of a tower computer. Well, duh. Instead of comparing an AIO to a tower, compare it to another AIO. THEN you'll see that the iMac isn't "underpowered" or anything close to the meaning of the word.

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  • Abstract
    Sep 6, 06:09 PM
    For that price, it better not be a rental. You should be allowed to keep it, and delete it whenever you wish. You can delete it after you watch it, but I wouldn't pay $10 or $15 to watch it once or twice.

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  • rorschach
    Apr 2, 04:29 AM
    Thus far, stability-wise, it is not too bad for a beta. A lot of the UI rendering errors from beta 1 have been ironed out. My bet would be that this will be a $29 upgrade, as it doesn't add much but rather refines what 10.6 started.

    Don't get your hopes up for that $29 upgrade. Lion has many more "major" features than SL did.

    -Full Screen apps
    -Mission Control
    -Auto Save
    -Full Disk Encryption

    Plus there may be unannounced features that could be unveiled at WWDC or a media event before that. Stacks, Cover Flow, and Back To My Mac were announced well after Apple started seeding Leopard to devs.

    Snow Leopard's "What's New" pages talks about text selection in PDFs and ejecting disks. :rolleyes:

    I say it'll cost $99.

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  • Multimedia
    Sep 6, 10:40 AM
    Please explain to me who would buy a mini and why?
    I just don't get it when a imac is close in price with a monitor.
    What am I missing?Needs to be $499 for the base. I agree with you. BUT, did anyone notice they have a DDR333 ram description when it is really PC 5300 running @ 667MHz? What a screwup. :eek:

    Omni via ( has a pair of 1GB sticks for $174 instead of Apple's $225. Save $50 and have something to sell on eBay. - two 256 sticks. Wonder if anyone is buying those? Seems like so small.

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  • ssk2
    Apr 3, 12:32 PM
    After watching the ad 3 times, I *think* I like it. It treads just the right sign of 'schmoltzy' without going too far over. It (the device) looks gorgeous too, from a purely personal view.

    It hasn't won me over (iPad v Playbook), but there's not doubting its a good ad.

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  • Zadillo
    Sep 6, 08:48 AM
    Hmm... the Mini still has no Core 2 Duo? That does not sound too promising for MacBook (Pro) updates... unless Apple only wants to use the Core 2 Duo for the high end laptops (MacBook Pro) of course... Or are they waiting untill Leopard has been released?

    I wouldn't say that the lack of Core 2 Duo in the Mac mini would say much about what Apple will do with the MBP. I could agree that it makes it slightly plausible that the MB might stick to the regular Core Duo though.

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  • kalsta
    Apr 3, 05:06 AM
    A bit schmaltzy to be sure, but much, much better than the recent 'you don't have an iPhone' ads. This one is positive, and tries to get to the heart of Apple's design philosophy. Notice how the device itself is hardly even seen � just subtle hints of its outline. All the focus is on the display's content and the fingers interacting with it. It's the principle of 'less is more', or minimalist design � approaching the ideal of a user interface that provides the illusion of direct manipulation of virtual objects as much as possible, without getting in your way.

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  • lewis82
    Nov 25, 01:27 PM
    I could never get enticed into high end, multi-purpose glasses unless they came bundled with OS X and I could navigate through it using just my mind. :)

    Especially when you take into account that all designer sunglasses and big brands like Oakley are made in the same factory in Italy...

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 26, 02:38 PM
    I am a current law student who has concentrated in IP, particularly trademark law.

    Can you please show me the trademark that was granted to Apple for App Store by the USPTO? You won't be able to find it because their trademark has not been approved. An opposition to their application was filed, if you didn't catch that from the text.

    It was my understanding that Apple filed in 2008 and got some level of approval in early 2011. I imagine it is analogous to a "patent pending".

    I imagine this case will then bear on the final full approval of the trademark.

    Apple should file for "The App Store" in the interim as well as "appstore". The latter is used by amazon.

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    Feb 26, 10:16 AM


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  • fuziwuzi
    Jun 23, 08:34 AM
    Then what was the point in the iPad?

    it can warm your balls in winter?

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  • Bromac
    Sep 27, 11:01 AM (

    Influential ratings magazine Consumer Reports generated waves earlier this year by deciding that it couldn't recommend ( the iPhone 4 to potential customers due to its antenna issues, despite the fact that the device garnered the top score ( in the magazine's ratings of smartphones. With Apple's offer of free cases made at its July press conference about the issue, the magazine maintained its non-recommendation (, claiming that the temporary program was insufficient in addressing the problem.

    Now that Apple has officially announced that it will be ending the free case program ( as of September 30th, Consumer Reports has once again noted its displeasure with Apple's treatment of the issue and declined to add the device to its list of recommended models.Apple has indicated that any customers experiencing reception issues on their iPhone 4s should contact AppleCare to obtain free cases, opting to end the blanket program in favor of an on-request policy to address what the company believes is a very small number of customers affected by the issue.

    Article Link: 'Consumer Reports' Holds Strong on iPhone 4 Non-Recommendation (

    I got the iphone 4 and it is out of this world!!!!!!

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  • MikhailT
    Apr 6, 11:05 PM
    All developers reporting bugs here, please post your bugs to Apple:

    The more you guys send the reports to them, the faster Apple can fix it and get Lion more stable for the launch.

    IMO, DP2 is more stable than DP1 in terms of UI interface but it still needs a lot of optimizations and I'm concerned that Apple may not have enough time. I assume DP2 is merely bug fixes for now. DP3 or DP4 should be much faster with more optimizations/refactoring after the bug fixes.

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  • Tommyg117
    Aug 16, 08:34 AM
    hmmm, I don't think this will come in the next version. And if it does, it would need to fix up the user interface and make it so it really works perfectly for on line.

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  • Earendil
    Nov 28, 10:36 AM
    Well, you just made my point better than me.

    PS, that isn't hard :rolleyes:
    I just noticed that you are the same person I just (imho) shredded in two different posts above. Care to make a stand against anything I said as a direct response to your points? Or are you just gonna feed off someone else and reiterate yourself again?

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  • dornoforpyros
    Oct 23, 07:55 AM
    oh don't worry kids, they WILL be released tomorrow because I just bought on saturday :P

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  • emotion
    Aug 16, 09:30 AM
    as i have said in a previous thread there was a big article a few months ago that discussed the idea of homes having 'media servers' and you stream your music from home to the ipod instead of having it all stored locally.

    Good point. A little like airtunes. This would require maybe just flash storage on the device as the main storage is on the server.

    For those saying the download functions could be via an iphone....well from a UK perspective i hope not becasue currently the UK mobile networks charge a fortune for GPRS data transfer that to be honest would not make it at all viable to use that service unless apple has cut a deal with them but i very much doubt that.

    We need flat data rates on mobiles in the UK. It will happen (esp. if they want people to embrace 3g that they spent all the money on), it's just when.

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  • SeaFox
    Nov 30, 01:21 AM
    Apple CEO Steve Jobs stated ( that Apple was now "in your den... in your living room... in your car... in your pocket", and hinted that that theme gave a "little idea of where [Apple] is going."

    In our bedrooms? :D

    In our heads!? :eek:

    Help, I can't remember how to mentally press the stop button on my iPod Implant! Make the music stop!

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  • Jopling
    Nov 29, 05:19 PM
    Maybe you can do video iChat sessions with an optional iSight camera right from the livingroom TV?

    This reminds me of the old Zenith TVs with space phones where you could talk to a caller from the comfort of your sofa. (but voices usually sounded like it was underwater).

    I still have one of those

    Mar 27, 05:22 AM
    The AWACS involved are owned and operated by NATO. There may not even be US personnel on board.

    Plus, Greece, USA and the RAF are also supplying aerial reconnaissance/warning craft of their own in addition to the 3 NATO ones.

    I've been pleased by how cooperative the coalition has been. It hasn't been one country dominating. The French were first in, both the USA and UK fired missiles, the Canadians have been patrolling, and even countries with smaller armed forces add up to a significant proportion of the forces involved. There are rumours of UK and US special forces on the ground coordinating strikes as well.

    Obviously the US makes up the biggest contribution, but France and the UK (together I think of these as the big three in this action) have still contributed plenty to the forces available.

    Hopefully we will look back at this as how armed forces should be in the 21st century- sanctioned by the UN and in a real coalition.

    Aug 7, 06:34 AM
    *snip* ... The way one accesses networks in Windows seems much more straight forward, consistent, clean and intuitive in Windows XP than it does in OS X. That's my oppinion anyway. Maybe that's just me. Anyone else agree???

    Not really. I just moved to Mac and i was surprised by the intuitive networking in OSX. However, i agree that it still could be better. Why the aliases? Why won't it connect to the PC when i type its local IP adress? Why is it so hard to have a permanently mounted network drive on your mac? I keep loosing it, having to re-mount it everytime i have taken my MacBook out of WiFi-range. Such things. Maybe most of it is me being a newbie, but still, that proves that it is not intuitive enough.

    Aug 24, 07:09 PM
    Maybe Apple is planning to take the world by storm and make a TV top Mac Mini loss leader with Blue Ray ( a la PS3!) :)

    Oct 11, 08:21 AM
    congrats to whiterabbit for hitting 1 million!

    Jan 1, 07:18 PM
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