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  • bankshot
    Nov 3, 06:12 PM
    From the screenshots alone, it looks like a Cocoa app, which pretty much guarantees it'll be faster because it won't have the extra Qt bloated code in it ;)

    Right, and Cocoa isn't the slightest bit bloated? :rolleyes: (can you say runtime messaging and binding overhead?)

    Regardless of the relative difference in overhead, I'd expect it to be negligible in both cases. This is just the gui that sits around the virtual machine, a nice window dressing to make it accessible to the user. It should only be exercised when you're doing stuff like editing configurations or attaching devices. The real meat of either VMware or Parallels should have nothing to do with what gui toolkit they use to display the window.

    It's exciting to see this finally moving along. I really think virtualization will play a much larger role in everyday computing in the future. Forget backwards compatibility nightmares, just virtualize it. I'm already hogging way too much disk space on my Macbook with a few Parallels VMs that I use on a regular basis. Whenever Apple releases an affordable desktop Mac that can take more than 4 GB of memory, I might check out VMware at that time and see if it's any better.

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  • bella92108
    Jun 6, 09:08 PM
    I always love to bring that up at those Mcdonalds debates.

    Yeah, after all if you buy a coffee there u have to sign a waiver of responsibility for burns, then reply YES three times to the cashier asking "Are you sure you want to buy this potentially scalding-hot coffee?" ... but what's it matter, thanks to people not wanting to take responsibility we can't buy coffee above 82 degrees fahrenheit. lol


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  • George Knighton
    Apr 15, 08:23 AM
    3rd party apps crash, all of the them :mad: The standard Apple apps still work.

    Terrible update. :mad:
    That's strange. Not having the first problem here.

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  • Christopher387A
    Apr 22, 05:54 PM
    That's hideous! :eek:

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  • FloatingBones
    Nov 23, 12:46 AM
    That's not why I called him a Communist. I call him a Communist because he acts like a 1-person dictator.

    He's the CEO of a company: accountable to the Board of Directors and the stockholders of the publicly-traded company. There's no comparison between that and a communist dictator. Goofy.

    Anyone who can provide a rational reason why these two things are comparable, please chime in.

    Flash for iOS is no more of a security risk than it is for OSX in general or any other plugin from PDF readers to Javascript.

    That's a terrible argument for having bundled Adobe products on iOS.

    Adobe products are a large risk on Mac OS X. It's unbelievable to me that Adobe Reader is a vector for zero day bugs (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-273.txt). I really don't know how you do that: it's a PDF reader! The bugs have been around in Adobe Reader for years and Adobe still hasn't fixed them.

    If you only view PDF files, you shouldn't even have Adobe Reader installed on your OS X computer. Apple Preview is better, faster, and far less bug-prone.

    Steve Jobs "reason" for not including Flash is supposedly mostly about performance not security risks.

    It's about both the performance and the security risks.

    It's also about the identity-leaking through Flash cookies. Perhaps you missed that security discussion: more than half of the top 100 websites are now using Flash cookies to track users and store information about them (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-209.txt). Flash cookies do not honor the cookie privacy settings of the browser; many users don't even know that Flash maintains its own set of cookies.

    It's about the quirky UI interactions with Flash. Scrolling works differently when the mouse is over a Flash region. Certain keyboard shortcuts cease to work. Text that is displayed in a flash window is not searchable with the browser's text-finding feature. My Mac doesn't behave like a Mac inside of a Flash window.

    Then why are they allowing Flash in regular OSX?

    Software is much more tightly-controlled on iOS devices. There is a file system firewall between every app. Third-party apps must be submitted to Apple before they can be distributed, and Apple has the capability to remotely disable any third party app that begins to exhibit a malware-like behavior in the field.

    Some of those controls are about advances in OS development since Mac OS X. Some have to do with the nature of the device: handhelds are more appliances than laptops.

    One other reason to ban Flash on iOS: Flash apps can be packaged as iOS apps. This should be safe because of the way that iOS apps are firewalled from each other and the kill switch that Apple can use if an app is found to be rogue.

    There are fundamental differences between iOS devices and laptops/desktops. Also, Apple no longer ships Adobe Flash on their newest computers. (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1034486) I'm guessing that Apple will ship Flash on no computers starting with the release of OS X 10.7 next year.

    By your logic that would mean that Microsoft must be the most incompetent company out there.

    I don't believe you read that headline carefully: Security experts believe that Adobe is going to surpass Microsoft as the #1 target for security attacks (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-231.htm).

    On the contrary, it indicates they are POPULAR.

    No reason to shout.

    Perhaps it indicates they have some fundamental problems in their software engineering. Did you read the podcast transcript about the latest Adobe bug? Adobe Reader has the same zero-day glitch as Flash. How does a PDF viewer get executable bugs like this?

    How often does Apple update their security? I guess they're clueless too by your account. You won't admit that, however because you have an emotional investment in Apple.

    Apple updates their software when updates are needed.

    The point is that quarterly updates are far too infrequent. Did you read the transcript of the Security Now! podcast? Given the continuing number of Adobe zero-day bugs, Gibson asks:

    "[Adobe:] how is that quarterly update cycle going for you?" (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-273.txt)

    That is not what I said or what I proposed.

    You proposed that Apple include Flash with iOS Safari and that users could turn it on. How you can possibly ensure that not a single iOS user will not lose anything the next time there's a zero day Adobe bug (http://www.grc.com/sn/sn-273.txt). You can't.

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  • wovel
    Apr 28, 12:53 PM
    No in bogo they BOTH make money. Verizon, Att, Tmobile and Sprint have already paid retail for the phone before customers recieve the contract price. Apple, Samsung, HTC etc have already made their money. Telcos now have to make their money over time with the contract.

    So Bogo makes them money also.

    There are no android devices of any kind that outsell the iPhone. Not even the cheap ones, not even the free ones. There are no phones at all that outsell the iPhone 4 worldwide. In the US they all also fall below the 3GS and the iPhone 4.

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 21, 10:30 PM
    Take the fight to them Sammy! Don't give in to the bully that Apple has become.

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  • Intell
    Apr 26, 09:01 PM
    can i have a cup of tea?

    It shall be done.

    Based on the narrative, I don�t exist. :)

    The storyline hasn't yet completed. Your part will arrive in due time.

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  • Chas2010
    Apr 14, 04:27 PM
    That animation crap only started with 4.3. The previous releases were all fine.

    Message deleted by author; no value added to thread by comment.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 26, 01:04 PM
    I do not care to put my itunes media on the cloud. However I would really like to see mobileme have more storage and a lower annual price. I am using the gallery more for posting old home videos for family to view with AppleTV and other devices. Besides email and a small web site, that is the most I've utilized this service. The price is just too high even with the recent increased usage I've had.

    If they plan to offer large capacity media storage for itunes media at $20 a year then mobileme needs to be around the same price or part of that over all deal.

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  • CorvusCamenarum
    Jul 24, 03:40 PM
    I'd be a lot happier with an Apple� trackball. Just my personal preference, but I can't stand mice.

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  • Don Kosak
    May 3, 07:54 AM
    Update looks great, especially the new graphic card options.

    I am disappointed that the SSD prices are the same as last year. US$600 for a 256GB SSD option. I was hoping for a big price reduction. (or at least a little price reduction...)

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  • bdkennedy1
    Mar 31, 03:43 PM
    I thought I created a word to describe how I feel about this new iCal, but it appears in the urban dictionary. BLORF!

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  • renewed
    Sep 15, 07:37 PM

    WHAT... is that? :eek:

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  • maclaptop
    Apr 21, 11:30 PM
    Record-breaking quarters and the position as the trend-setter in consumer tech.

    These legal skirmishes haven't and won't result in any major untoward changes to Apple products. We all know this already.


    That and Apples incredible profit is what makes them look so paranoid, petty, and stupid.

    Instead of acting like the world class company they could be, Apple comes across as fools.

    I must admit, I'm much happier being seen with my Galaxy S.

    When one is seen in this town (New York) with an iPhone they look at you like "oh, you're one of those snobs".

    Yet the irony is they're a dime a dozen here.

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  • mrblah
    Jul 24, 11:27 PM
    No freakin thanks. Its already hard enough to control the touch sensitive orange ipod because its so "touchy." It would literally be impossible to use the ipod without looking with an interface like that, driving with an ipod would go from dangerous to suicidal. Its not the least bit practical and would just be a gimmick.

    Its just an all around NO for me. One hand control would be a pain, no-look control would be impossible, the learning curve would take awhile to get used to because it would be the first thing with controls like that, no cases, pretty much no everything. Bad idea.

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  • gr8whtd0pe
    Jan 31, 08:32 AM
    I have to ask... :zipsupflamesuit: whats an iTouch? :rolleyes:

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  • firestarter
    Apr 27, 11:50 AM
    For that matter, I get the feeling that the person taking the video isn't an employee, just a hunch.

    It was an employee. You don't need to have 'just a hunch' when most of the media reports confirm this. The employee was fired.

    I can understand not reading the whole thread, but not reading anything and preferring to make up your own version of events is kind of lazy.

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  • skunk
    Apr 27, 01:07 PM
    We can't have an opinion (which is shared by others) it seems. Yeah, what exactly do you know?You were stating point blank that the seizure was obviously fake, and using various random, similarly unqualified posters to back you up. Whether it was a real seizure, a panic attack, blind terror or pure acting, what does it matter? You have no way of knowing, and it is not germane to the subject. If you have seen somebody kicked hard in the head and they end up having what appears to be a seizure shortly afterwards, it is far more appropriate to offer support rather than assuming anything at all.

    Nov 15, 06:42 PM
    Gotta say I disagree with you on that, I've always thought good quality clobber is worth the money.

    Just for why is that I'm facing a new wardrobe after eleven+ years service from the last (I tend to do things periodically) when I had a half dozen suits made up and some good shoes. As for the suits they hang better than anything off the peg to this day and I'll get a couple more years out of them yet (the cut and full canvassing mean that you save money on the price per wear basis as well as being continuously better turned out). Its really win, win, win (especially if you like to support skilled local crafts &c.)

    Personally I like wearing the same clothes for years- my shoes probably have seen thousands of miles and get more comfortable with every step (I like having a cobbler too- even if he's only seen two pairs from a rotation of three over a decade:eek:). Similarly shirts just get better until they turn into mufti (I rotate shirts and treat them well so easily get 3+ years until the collars/cuffs fray past the 'would you be happy to meet the Queen in that?' point- fortunately thats when I luv 'em the most!)

    I suppose its diffrent strokes/ diffrent folkes, but I really don't get the whole sweatshop/ single use/ el cheapo clothes, nor the crassness of expensive branded clothes with a only slightly longer life. Not a value judgement, but really don't see any worth in doing it this way. /2p

    Jan 30, 10:13 PM
    To interrupt on the burger talk ... my dinner :p

    May 2, 12:53 AM
    If you want to go that route, milk it for all it's worth. Preserve him, decorate him as a pi�ata, and have anyone who wants take three whacks on primetime worldwide TV. Families of 9/11 victims get to be first in line.

    I'm not sure stuffing a corpse with candy is very hygienic. ;)

    Seriously, though, we're going to treat him like Hector? Like he was some great hero worthy of our wrath and opprobrium?

    I disagree, we should wrap him in an army blanket and bury Bin Laden in an unmarked grave; the man's had enough celebrity already.

    Apr 15, 03:16 PM
    OK, here is a historic example:

    Again, when Apple says "delayed" I'll accept it as delayed. Until they do, they said "ships this summer", I'll stick to believing it "ships this summer". You can try to rationalize it not shipping this summer all you want, the official word still is it's coming this summer.

    Overuse of the word summer right there.

    The "view" buttons in finder changed back to the old style.

    Thank god, I wasn't fond of the new style. I found it kinda confusing and out of place.

    May 3, 07:36 AM
    And the specs?

    UK store still down at this time...

    So enough of the speculation, and post when you have something worth posting ;)

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