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  • saving107
    Apr 14, 01:39 PM
    @#*(&$(# and I bought Xcode to get those features a few weeks ago. But they are sweet!!!! I use em all the time.

    Why did you buy XCode, all you needed to have done was go to developers.apple.com and sign up for a free Dev account, once there, just download the older version of XCode (v3.2.5) and install. The older version works fine and will enable the Gestures, you only need to buy and download the newest version of XCode if your an actual Developer, then you would want to have the latest version for developing purposes.

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  • briansolomon
    Apr 13, 03:09 PM
    Ha you would! I see you even purchased a "HiFi". 1 of what 50 sold?

    I picked up a HiFi at an electronics outlet for $100. Best purchase ever.

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  • blackpond
    Apr 29, 03:49 PM
    Its been my observation that most of the prices on existing content was increased to 1.29. I don't have hard number to back this up, just my observation that most of the content was bumped to the higher price point from being at 0.99 before.

    It's based on demand. If it's still popular its more expensive - no matter how old it is.

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  • mklos
    Dec 3, 09:56 AM
    Router, firewall I feel OK.

    I hate to tell you this, but they are really no help when it comes to spyware. I don't know what you were referring to there, but with adware/spyware they won't help you one bit. Adware comes mostly through port 80, which is the port the internet comes through. So if you want, you can set your router/firewall to block port 80, but then you don't have any internet.

    That being said, someone could figure out how to get around a firewall. As with any software based firewall, there are vulnerabilities in it, even the OS X one. A router (hardware based), well, thats a little different.

    But there are things Apple could do to make OS X more secure. Hopefully Leopard will patch a bunch of holes and make it even harder for adware and anything else to get in. Then release patches for Panther/Tiger. They've done this in the past with Tiger security enhancements and then releasing a patch for Panther.

    I believe SecurityWorks (or whatever they're called), works with Apple now instead of against them to aid in finding "holes" in the system. This is the way it should be. They should be hiring people/companies to find holes in the OS and to report them exclusively to Apple ONLY so they can be fixed.

    We Mac users are way to secure with ourselves and one day its going to bite us in the butt bigtime. A lot of us throw the talk to the hand up when OS X starts getting bashed about its insecurity. This is a bad thing and some of us need to shape up. These very people will be the first to bitch and complain about their Mac getting spyware and/or viruses when it happens. And of course, its all Apple's fault!

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  • Mystikal
    Mar 17, 01:05 PM
    Anyone have any luck with CSUF or UCI?

    I go to CSUF. They only have iPad 1's.

    Same as yesterday Was it the older guy with the eye that looked the other way? A-holes.


    Thats why you guys shouldn't go to mall stores, the cops are dicks.

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  • Moyank24
    Apr 28, 12:48 PM
    this is hard to dispute... :)

    although in fairness, a sandwich maker was/will be an important character of this adventure

    edit: at this point you should consider a temporary change of avatar

    The best I can do on short notice...

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  • maclaptop
    May 4, 09:17 AM
    As many have accurately stated, Apple does things on their terms. They know people will wait. Its no big deal.

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  • Razeus
    Apr 8, 02:59 PM

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 29, 02:20 AM
    Dude, you're thinking too much... There should be very little difference between two white iphones as well as two black iphones since they're made exactly the same.

    There is very little difference between the two masses. 2.4mg difference. That is less than 2% of 140g.

    It is not a matter of "thinking too much" about it but a matter of simply "thinking" about it.

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  • CubaTBird
    Jul 21, 07:33 PM
    This is awesome. The fact that Apple has gone above and beyond that 3% that we have seemed to stayed at for so long is most awesome. :o

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  • cmaier
    Apr 21, 11:06 PM
    What have they lost?

    The ITC staff just ruled against them, they lost the famous case against MS, they ended up paying Apple Corps, etc.

    What have they actually WON?

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  • ender land
    Apr 24, 12:16 AM
    The problem with situations like this is that it's not the ones which go right (ie the victim gets saved by employees) which dictate the policy, it's the ones which go bad and end up in a lawsuit or something similarly bad for the company which do.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 11, 02:57 PM
    Looking forward to hard drives with this connector.

    I bought two 2TB drives for my imovie library. I use one as a backup clone. I felt at the time I bought these that I was finally set. All movies on one drive for less than $100 (each). I see now that I will have an upgrade in a few years for speed purposes. By then perhaps 4TB or greater drives will be common and cheap.

    The backup process will be a lot faster.

    The other game changer with these drives will come with time machine backups. Right now the speed improvement by direct connection is not great enough to forgo the ease of wireless backups. Well if your hard drive changes 200gb content each day that might not be the case.

    But when the thunderbolt drives come around, perhaps the speed advantage will be so great that people will opt for plugging their drives in directly once a day to backup rather than use wireless backups.

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  • Inkling
    Oct 23, 02:46 PM
    All this messiness is why when I go Intel, I'll be looking at running the one Windows application I need--FrameMaker--under WINE/Crossover. No Windows code is necessary and thus no problem with licenses, legalities or paying Microsoft up to $300.

    And since WINE/Crossover isn't Windows, merely letting Windows applications run under OS X, it isn't troubled by the 200,000 Windows viruses, trojans etc. lurking out there.

    Lawsuits for violating some badly written EULA aren't your worst nightmare. Windows on your Mac means Windows viruses on your Mac and that's your worst nightmare.

    More on Wine/Crossover at Codeweavers:


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  • rmhop81
    Apr 26, 12:36 PM
    You need the local drive anyway. Are you saying you will delete all your songs from your local drive once you put them in the cloud? Now that seems impractical.

    so instead you're going to store them all on multiple machines? what do you think the cloud is for? lol

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  • deputy_doofy
    Apr 28, 10:56 AM
    .....About the the mentality of the people who buy a two year old phone just so they can say they have an iPhone.

    Not much different than people who get cheap/free (and crappy) Android phones to say they have a phone that's "good enough as the iPhone." And those phones, though they may be recently manufactured, generally run Android 1.6-2.0. Not exactly high quality...

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 17, 07:47 AM
    BSD is not GNU.

    No, but Bash is. I meant the GNU/Berkeley as a hybrid BSD userland with GNU parts thrown in. I know the difference quite clearly thank you.

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  • BJMRamage
    Apr 26, 01:07 PM
    $20/year includes MobileMe and 64gb storage. You could in theory back up your entire iPad for that price.

    Buy a song, get a extra storage free, buy and album get a year free.
    buy iDevice or Mac year get a year free.

    stream on any iDevice or Mac with App Store download of iTunes Air (AirTunes)

    only works on Macs or iDevices. have a WinPC and Android, sorry, out of luck. have WinPC and iPhone you're ok to use it.

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  • appleguy123
    Jan 25, 10:04 PM
    Some books.

    Hope to read them soon.

    Jul 21, 12:34 PM
    reassuring to me even if it only means I will be able to buy computers that run a Mac OS for the next 15+ years.

    My thoughts exactly.

    I wouldn't care if their share is 1%. Just as long as they remain a sound business and keep up the R&D.

    Apr 28, 03:54 PM
    So you actually get MORE iPhone in the white model.


    Apr 14, 07:33 AM
    Sorry, this is a dumb question.

    Whats a 16 GB AT&T iPhone cost without a 2 year plan?


    Google my friend... :cool:

    Apr 28, 05:09 PM
    This is one of those threads that enforces the Apple fanboi stereotype. It's 1mm. That's it. Steve Jobs is not out to kill your children anymore than he is to fleece you on your white iPhone purchase, and the typical person won't even notice anyway. Can we all move along now?

    Apr 12, 04:52 PM
    Looks like ill be going to Android.

    Some how I doubt that. You have an iPhone 4 and your upgrade isn't until 11/25/2011 (as previously stated by you). I guess you could go android but it may come at a steep cost.

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