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  • Neolithium
    Dec 29, 11:07 AM
    "Wants to be the worlds fattest woman"....enjoy your heart attack :rolleyes:

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  • Yaboze
    Apr 14, 09:13 PM
    Well, ATT iP4 here, I can confirm 3rd party apps pop open then animate when opening after that.

    All Apple core apps open with animation on the first shot.

    Animations seem better than .1 and .2, but not totally smooth.

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  • plarusa
    Nov 7, 02:21 PM
    To be honest, I've had more application crashes and restarts on OSX than I have under XP/Windows in the past 3 years. So much for "crash resistant"
    Really ? I find that very hard to believe. I have been using a Macbook Pro for a year and I have yet to see what a kernel crash looks like. These types of crashes are regular occurances on all of my Windows machines. And don't get me started on the Virus subject.

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  • jsw
    Aug 15, 02:32 PM
    also how about ability to have bookmarks in a click menu, like yahoo toolbar, where it can be shared among a login on your .mac acct? across all your computers, ie laptop and workstation?
    You can already sync bookmarks with .Mac, as well as access them online.

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  • bman1209
    Mar 31, 11:03 AM
    I definitely don't like the new look! I agree with other people who said it looks corny. I mean it works on the iPad, but everything isn't an iPad!;)

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  • CaryMacGuy
    Apr 22, 10:08 AM
    Give us a 4.3" screen so the phone would have to be somewhat bigger - big enough to support two chips for 3G and 4G.

    I think that the current iPhone 4 is too thin and too small (I have big hands). I think a Thunderbolt sized iPhone would be just awesome! The Thunderbolt is the perfect size in my opinion.

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  • Kajover
    Apr 28, 03:52 PM
    We'll just have to grind it... :D

    maybe it has something to do with the antennagate issue

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  • ScottInTheOC
    Mar 16, 03:52 PM
    Heres my probably wrong theory:
    Fashion island got them yesterday.
    South Coast got them today.
    Spectrum tomorrow? Maybe =\.

    Mystikal: Irvine got some today, but I was the first person turned away, the person in front of me got the last ticket.

    I called Mission Viejo today and they said to try again tomorrow. I think they are getting supplies in the afternoon, but holding them until the morning. My local Target (MV) said a week for theirs, but they only had less than 10 on opening day.

    I'm going to try Irvine again tomorrow, but EARLIER this time! :) I'm still bummed I missed it by one today.

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  • iansilv
    Apr 23, 08:57 PM
    Oh this is good- this is really really good for consumers...

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  • hayesk
    Jul 26, 04:02 PM
    They most certainly did have physical feedback. You had to touch them to activate the buttons or drag your finger across the scroll wheel to use it. This would constitute a tactile feedback, even if there is no click.

    Just touching it is not tactile feedback. That would be like saying a piece of paper provides feedback if you touch it. Feedback means a signal is sent back to the user to acknowledge the the pressing of the control. The 3G iPod buttons gave an audio click - that is aural feedback. They also showed things on the screen - that is visual feedback. But they didn't spring, or have a physical barrier that you push through, so there was no tactile feedback (i.e. nothing that can be physically felt) to let you know that you pressed the button.

    When you press a button on a dead iPod, it does nothing, and it feels exactly the same as pressing a button on a working iPod - no tactile feedback.

    What you're describing is far less revolutionary, and wouldn't really constitute a none-touch interface.

    Who said it was revolutionary? And it could consitute a none-touch interface. It depends on if the patent is describing the control or the entire iPod. If there is a cover, you are not touching the control (the screen underneath), but the cover over it - hence none-touch.

    The current displays all have a durable, transparent cover over them, and they still get scratches and finger prints from handling. I think the reason that this interface idea is so exciting is that it offers the possibility of having a full screen for viewing without needing to worry about the act of touching the screen for controls making the screen dirty so you can't watch.
    A better (i.e. more scratch-proof) cover would be better. Who cares about fingerprints? You can clean those off. I don't want to hover my finger over something to control it - I'd always have to be careful not to touch the screen (unless it was durable). Not very good when on a bus, train etc., where the vehicle is shaking.

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  • Hastings101
    May 3, 11:27 PM
    I wonder why they've moved it to a later date?

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  • appleguy123
    Dec 29, 05:06 PM
    I wonder what website the people who are in go to to make fun of people?

    Tea Party gatherings?

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  • iBlue
    Jan 31, 11:15 AM

    That must be hilarious to see in action. :D

    On topicly, though not literally my most recent purchase I enjoyed it so much I thought it worthy of posting:

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    At The Royal Albert Hall ( (Grand Tier, box 18, to be specific. OOOoooOOooh :D) You can see a good virtual tour of the RAH here ( (Spot the royal box, the only one with 4 seats next to each other.)

    The show was nothing short of exquisite! Highly recommended.

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  • David085
    Oct 24, 09:50 PM
    My Christmas wish list probably won't be for Christmas or not this yr, But I basically will be buying it for myself after I save up for one
    Macbook pro 17" i7

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  • VicMacs
    Apr 14, 12:30 PM
    down go the gevey sim unlocks!

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  • eMac4ever
    Oct 18, 04:31 PM
    Mac sales really have been increasing the past couple of quaters. Hopefully, those new Mac buyers continue buying Apple products. Also, It's a good thing I own some Apple stock. :D

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  • SeniorGato1
    Apr 22, 10:39 AM
    Yet another reason to go with Android.

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  • DewGuy1999
    Sep 14, 07:53 AM
    Disagree about the LP album being even close to good, but I stated that before:rolleyes:

    CD's? That's still just about all I purchase, beside my vinyl collection:D I want a physical copy for everything, and I like to have the artwork, AND get it signed by the artist when I see them live. I also get the ticket and place it behind the CD holder in the case. With my Genelec 1030A's I can tell if it's an MP3 or not:p Now where did the sweet spot between my speakers go again:rolleyes:

    And on top of all that, it's your property to do with as you please...forever.:)

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  • bluebomberman
    Jul 11, 02:46 PM
    Steve already knew this was going to happen. They're ready.

    I hope so, but I won't say it's a given.

    Supposedly, Bill Gates and other Microsoft top brass were obsessed with the decline of the big great corporations (IBM being one of the best examples). Yet Microsoft has been (arguably) slowly heading in that direction as it tends to stumble in markets where they can't exercise their monopolisitc power (as in anything not OS or Office related).

    And Apple's quite familiar with monumental success and decline from past experience. So we'll see. But for once, the roles are reversed.

    Apr 22, 10:40 AM
    So what is Apple waiting for with the iPhone 5?

    Apple is adrift in a sea of uncertainty and confusion.

    It was bound to happen, they've opened the door wide. The competition is rushing through.

    This movie is getting very interesting.

    Oct 24, 08:20 AM
    Since I couldn't find it posted yet: not only does the 15" model come with 1 GB standard now, it's also in an 'upgrade friendly' way: 1 x 1 GB instead of 2 x 512. So, if you want to upgrade your memory later, you can do it fully and are not stuck with an extra module.

    I've currently got a single 1GB stick in a three year old PB - will that be OK to swap into a new MBP?


    Jul 21, 11:53 AM
    Yah know the interesting thing? Until now you had to compare Apple against the entire industry. e.g. Apple vs. (Dell+gateway+Sony+HP+Toshiba+Comcrap+Alienware+Falcon Computers+etx.)

    Now that Apple can run Windows Oranges to oranges can be compared. Until you start talking about OS's in which case you are back to talking Apples to Oranges.

    Apple migration to Intel has created a disturbance in the force.

    PS- I do Dell warrantee work. I can't tell you how many people cock there head when I pull out my MBP to look at laptop pull apart manuals. And even more who start asking questions when they see I'm running Windows. Heheh. I feel like PT Barnum. :)

    is this 4.8% for the quarter or 4.8% total market share? if the former, nice, but no big deal; if the latter then very big deal.

    I don't even need to look at the article to know its total. Apple doesn't have the manufacturing and distribution channels to increase their market share by 4% in a quarter. Hell I don't think Dell has that kind of force either.

    Oct 25, 07:04 PM

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