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  • The Wedge
    Apr 13, 02:11 PM
    Lets guess what features Apple will not include with the first gen.

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  • Glideslope
    Apr 22, 05:58 PM
    I can't see them making the iPhone look like the iPod Touch.

    Agreed. Therefore, it is fake. :apple:

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  • cloroxbleach4
    Apr 28, 07:19 PM
    Sucks for case dealers. First the Verizon Phone now the White iPhone.

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  • JesterJJZ
    Jul 24, 06:12 PM
    Has the lag problem been fixed at all on the BT mice? Last time I used a BT mouse I found it to be useless. Unless it's JUST LIKE using a wired mouse I really could care less for it.

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  • jessica.
    Sep 13, 08:19 PM
    Linkin Park A Thousand Suns

    Only one song kicks ass and it's called "Wretches And kings" It's going to be a hit in da clubs. I said it first! :D

    Do you ever leave your basement? How will you know if it is a hit? :p

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  • vidyashankara
    Apr 21, 11:50 PM
    Actually, the irony is that the people who are looking at you and judging you based on your phone are the snobs.

    thats true... whats with people judging others by the phones they use, or the products they love... thats worst than judging a book by its cover...

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  • nsayer
    Jun 14, 04:37 PM
    Too many overly techy kids these days anyway.....

    "Get off my lawn!"

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  • nastebu
    Oct 1, 04:10 AM
    I'm not questioning those reporting their first-hand experience with an unacceptable level of dropped calls, but the posted repair report drafted by a Genius Bar tech is hardly documentation of AT&T's service levels, much less an official tolerance of that level. This tech was only reporting that he examined the iPhone and it was performing according to spec, and that its performance in use would be consistent with whatever level of service AT&T was providing at the time.

    I realize this is beside the point for those disappointed with their AT&T service, but someone was wrong on the Internet, and it's my lot in life to stay up past 1 a.m. to straighten things like this out. <sigh>

    This has been said a bunch of times in the thread, but people are still acting as if this is a definitive statement on iPhone service in NYC. It is not. The headline is very deceptive. All that's shown in this case is that one person experienced at least a 22% dropped call rate, and that an Apple technical service person determined that this drop rate was not caused by the iPhone's hardware. That's it.

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  • DavidLeblond
    Apr 15, 02:59 PM
    Uh-Oh! The Non-Disclosure Police are on patrol! Look out!

    :rolleyes: Whatever. I'm not NDA police. Pirate all you want. Just don't be pissed when people don't post the changelog RIGHTAWAYS.

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  • Apple Corps
    Apr 13, 08:52 AM
    Again, the chosen word was "envisionned". This is purely an Intel tech that Apple had a big role in. The way Chuppa Chuppa initially phrased it reversed the roles, making this an Apple tech that Intel was tasked with implementing.

    I have no qualm with Apple's big role in the tech, but they didn't "envision" it at all and to claim as such is to rewrite history.

    Both of you have yet to provide evidence to the contrary.

    Quoted from the Engadget article "Engadget has learned -- thanks to an extremely reliable source -- that not only is Apple complicit in the development of Light Peak, but the company actually brought the concept to Intel and asked them to create it"

    You are looking at the "evidence" but refuse to see it. No idea if it is accurate - but it is in print.

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  • M-O
    Apr 28, 11:47 AM
    how many people held off on the verizon iPhone 4 thinking there would be a verizon iPhone 5 in June?
    Apple's takeover of verizon is still in the early stages.

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  • macman312
    Apr 12, 07:11 PM
    While this is possible I don't think it will be true. Firstly Apple is one to keep to traditions and ever since 2007 the release/announcement a new iphone in june/july and a new ipod range in september. So apple please keep to your traditions of ANNOUNCING a new iphone you don't have to release it till JUly/september but just so the teleco companies can prepare and get a list of people who would like one please announce it at the WWDC :apple::apple::apple::apple::apple::apple::apple::apple::apple::D:D:D:D:cool::cool::D:D:apple::apple :

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  • Grimace
    Oct 24, 08:25 AM
    2GB of RAM :eek:

    Wow, no one saw that one coming!!

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  • kalisphoenix
    Dec 1, 10:18 PM
    I know I'm going to get labeled as a mac zealot and linux apologist for asking this, but isn't it weird how the project spent ALMOST ALL OF ITS TIME looking for ways to crucify OS X/Linux, but they avoided MS like the plague, as if they were afraid to make them look bad?

    "I didn't have much time left for working on Microsoft Windows but I've received the most helpful feedback from the MSRC"

    Riiiight. :p

    I wish ten times as many people were working on finding bugs in OS X. Or a hundred.

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  • sgosine
    Jun 19, 12:23 AM
    Wow! why is this still being discussed?

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  • ucfgrad93
    Apr 30, 10:24 PM
    Oh they are. And the best part is there are no sandwiches in the afterlife.

    Can I get some wings at least?

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  • jll62
    Apr 14, 08:55 PM
    For anyone with multitasking gestures enabled, is it me or has the animation for when you use four fingers to swipe left or right to switch between apps changed?

    When you activate the app switch, the page drops back and the different apps are separated, then zooms back out on release? i thought the last one was a continuous image with no separation?

    Please ignore me if it was the same!

    The previous animation is the same: drop back, separation between views, zoom back.

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  • MacinDoc
    Apr 13, 06:25 PM
    No, nay, never... nay, never, no more! (sung with an Irish lilt). TV = mass-produced low-margin market that is focused primarily on price and specs. Exactly the kind of market that Apple avoids like the plague.

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  • tripjammer
    Apr 22, 04:24 PM
    I think it looks tight...but we will have to wait and see...We all know it is gonna be lighter, slimmer and faster....

    Oct 24, 08:34 AM
    aswitcher, could you explain a bit more to me what you mean by
    "802.11n pending firmware upgrade..." since you're the first to mention this at all? Does anyone know if this new MBP will have 802.11n at all (for the iTV)?

    The last round of iMacs are supposed to have new airport extremes that can be firmware upgraded to 802.11N. This is based upon a finding whilst using bootcamp and windowsXP/Vista(?). With Apples special TV thingy coming out next year (Steve Jobs announced at WWDC) all Macs really need wireless faster than G so it makes sense to upgrade them all to "n". So I strongly suspect the latest macbok pros have it - and it will be enabled next year.

    Apple OC
    May 1, 11:53 PM
    To US its a big deal. It's a blow to the Al-Qaeda that doesn't exist anymore. The current one will still function just as it has for nearly a decade in its cell based way. If anything this will just piss off extremists. Don't think for a second some type of retaliation (most likely attacks in the Middle East) won't come about from this.

    are you suggesting we give him a pass? :rolleyes:

    Aug 1, 01:13 AM
    The reason you don't see it much is because the new default in XP is to just reboot the machine instead of sitting on that screen. It's still there.

    also the blue screen of death is not really in XP. Yeah the screen is blue and cause a reboot but it is a very differnt screen compared to the one that was in the windows 9.x line and has very different infomation displayed in it.

    Now the screen is still blue and cause a reboot but it also a lot rarer to see it and does not really happen as offen. But it not the same blue screen of death so it tecnolly XP does not have THE blue screen of death. it has a different blue screen of death.

    Apr 27, 12:37 AM
    While "great deal faster" is fuzzy language open to interpretation, IMO I don't consider 10 Gbps TBolt to be a "great deal faster" than 6 Gbps SATA. TBolt can't handle two SATA connections at full bandwidth - that's not a "great deal faster" in my opinion.

    When it was called "Light Peak", the technology had a lot of promise. Now that it's been downgraded to daisy-chained copper - it's only a little bit better than USB 3.0. Except that we can buy USB 3.0 devices, it's still "in the future" for TBolt devices.

    You always seem to forget that Tbolt is a dual bidirectional 10Gb/s channel technology, so in fact it can handle 4 SATA connections, 2 upstream and 2 downstream. With room to spare. On a single port.

    But besides the raw speed of TBolt, it's the variety of devices that will be available: high-end storage, audio and video, docking equipment, etc., and the fact that PCIe-class devices will finally be available for computers without PCIe slots. It's perfectly sound for a company like Apple with 90% of their computers without PCIe slots, to pioneer that kind of technology.

    Copper or optical wouldn't have change a thing except the max. length of the connection (up to 100m instead of 3m). And FWIW, the only devices you can buy today in USB3 are marginally faster (than FW800) single storage units, and there are already single solid-state drives that are faster than USB3 ( A couple of video devices that are already obsolete due to some TBolt announcements, and not a single audio interface. No need to trash TBolt because it can't handle $50,000+ devices (RAID Arrays of SSD on 16x PCIe cards) that only a handful of people worldwide will ever buy. As for the "low-end" ioDrive duo, prices range from $9,000 to $12,000 (320/640GB).

    Somehow I'm glad Tbolt is not fast enough to handle those devices, I also need a new car.

    Aug 15, 04:14 PM

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