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  • longofest
    Oct 28, 02:57 PM
    That's hardly surprising. I'm more interested in the 100% legal bit - it's interesting that Apple hasn't yet moved to explicitly ban running OS X on non-Apple hardware.

    It's not necessarily illegal to run Darwin on non-Apple hardware, which is much of the goals of the OSx86 project. The source as it comes from Apple will only run on Apple hardware mainly due to EFI and some other stuff. The GUI is what seems to be so tied to the TPM circuitry, which is what OSx86 is NOT touching and why they say it's still legal.

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  • marmotmammal
    Mar 24, 05:27 PM
    Core audio and core midi stabilized music processing at the operating system level, often driver-free, vis-a-vis OS9 or 8, and Windoze OS. X pretty much killed BeOS.

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    May 3, 11:19 PM
    Sure you can. There is a very good app called "Note Taker HD" I use it for all my class notes. I don't carry a paper notepad anymore. That is just one but there are others out there too.

    You're getting negative votes on your post just because people here know that Apple will never do that, but I think I have to agree with you. I mean I own the iPad 1 now and love it, but I'd love it even more if I could write on it with a pen. It would be amazing for taking notes. I can't take notes by typing on the thing, I still have to bring a notebook (as in an actual notebook, made of paper lol) or my MacBook.

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  • lukenorris
    Jan 11, 11:53 PM
    I wonder if this device turns off movie projectors?



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  • 26.2
    Mar 17, 10:46 AM
    Haaaaaaa just shared a launch day story, and the majority of you would have hauled ass with iPad in hand for the price I paid. Haters lmfao

    Wrong. I would have paid honest price and felt good about my purchase. You are a loser.

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  • JAT
    Apr 6, 04:50 PM
    Considering it was released on April 5 (that's today), you either:


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  • citizenzen
    Apr 23, 12:44 PM

    Thanks CM.

    I'd gotten tired of asking bassfingers to back up his assertions with evidence.

    His posts are often short-cited.

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  • DFDureiko
    Oct 18, 09:10 AM
    Being a die hard Apple/Mac guy, it killed me when Apple went to ATT, as I was Verizon and really liked their service. a week and a half ago, my phone failed, one of our lines was out of contract, so I finally got a 3GS 16gig. it's so amazing (to me, i'm new:) that I guess I'll stick with it, most of the time I'm in the country (rural CT and FL) and have had no dropped calls. From this thread I'm guessing dropped calls are a problem in metropolitan areas?
    If I could have had some clear answer from Verizon, even a "maybe by midsummer" I'd have kept patiently waiting. But all the Verizon reps, both stores and call center, said "I've heard NOTHING of us getting an iPhone"
    Just my luck if it comes out in March, and I'm locked into ATT:)
    One other thing I find strange seeing that ATT and Verizon are the two largest cell company's in the US, is why still, There is no ATT coverage in the western states (ie Montana, Wyoming etc) only Verizon? any idea why ATT is not expanding out there after all these years?


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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 30, 04:45 AM
    btw- does anyone know why the current version is named Windows 7? Why 7?

    Are you just kidding?

    Oh well I will just answer it just in case.:rolleyes:

    Vista = version 6 :(

    Windows 7 = version 7 :) No blue screen ever just in case anyone is wondering.

    Windows 8 = version 8 :D When it comes out, 2015?

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  • Zolk
    Nov 23, 06:55 PM
    The dicount is around $100...the highest end model is $2059...the 24" iMac with wireless keyboard and's a configuration they stock in the stores.

    Thanks for the clarification. :)

    *gets credit card ready*


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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 9, 12:53 PM
    The next alternative to Best Buy to come along and offer better customer service will be the end of Best Buy.

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  • Hugh
    Mar 26, 09:10 PM
    I'll bet they allow it to be downloaded from the App Store, and boxed copies will only come on USB stick.

    I don't know, that would be one big download. With people still using dial-up, I'm just not seeing it. As for the USB stick, that would be neat and the best way to go, because of the AIR.


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  • Phil A.
    Apr 29, 04:25 PM
    Speaking of bad iCal, why is it I can't flip pages in the Calendar app on my iPad by actually flicking the pages (a la iBooks)? Instead I have to tap on arrow buttons? What's up with that???

    I thought it was only me that was annoyed by that one! I'm surprised they've not addressed it yet, and it's incredibly unintuitive to have to tap a little button at the bottom of the page instead of flipping the page like you do in iBooks

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  • wordoflife
    Mar 17, 11:04 PM
    I think the IPS display makes the screen pop out to people who are near by and then they comment on how nice it looks.

    I know this from experience :eek:
    The iPhone 4 display stands out like crazy (compared to my 3GS and other phones)


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  • tsadi
    May 3, 09:30 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    Anyone know what's the app being used in the "to a CEO" part?

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  • MacFan1957
    Jul 21, 10:23 AM
    I hate to add to this whole tiresome "debate" but it does amuse me how a video of an iPhone 4 losing signal is proof *positive* of a design flaw whereas a similar video of a different smartphone is no proof at all!

    I have an iPhone 4, its the best phone I have ever had and by a mile! I'm happy with it and frankly I'm pretty much sick and tired of folks telling me I'm mad or stupid for saying so!



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  • baryon
    Sep 29, 07:55 AM
    If the garage is detached, what does he do when it's raining?

    You know, like, use an umbrella, or, like, run.

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  • R.Perez
    Apr 26, 12:07 AM
    There aren't exactly good public restroom options for a transgendered person. I think when it comes to restrooms, you probably should pick the door that reflects the body parts as you have them, not how you want them. Wouldn't these same girls be widely considered justified if this was some skeevy guy in a trench coat?

    Does anyone know if there is an affirmative duty for non-security employees to intervene in fistacuffs.

    (edit) I can't watch the video, but I'll take your word that no one called the police. If so, that may subject the entity to liability for failure to minimally protect customers. The yelling may be despicable, but that won't be enough to subject McDonalds to liability.

    I usually like your posts on here but this one is really coming off as transphobic and frankly makes me really sad to read.

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  • Stella
    Apr 8, 02:42 PM
    More sensationalist "reporting" from another tech blog. Best Buy has been known for holding hot items (game consoles, etc.) for Sunday flyer promotions, for years. It was obvious that was what was going on here.

    But no, Tech-Crunch-Gear-Whatever has to drag Apple, even Tim Cook into it. What a bunch of gossip rags... it's embarrassing.:eek:

    Hey, then Mac*Rumours* is equally a gossip rag for posting such stories in the first place! ;-)

    May 4, 05:40 AM
    If you ask Hastings101, he might call it cheesy.

    Fantastic, from so early in the thread and it should really have been /thread right there :). And yet no one got on board!

    The ad is definitely that, but that's not to say it doesn't do a great marketing job.

    Personally (redundant word, I know), I'm still holding back from the device for having no idea for what I would use it. Small World not having been downsized to the iPhone really just doesn't seem like enough of a use case! Maybe when the sequel comes out lol.

    Apr 16, 04:13 AM
    Next up, Google gives away songs for free. Inserts targeted ads every 30 seconds of music. Fandroids flood the Web to tell us all how awesome Android and "free" Google music are and what a greedy jerk Steve Jobs is for selling songs.

    You know it's coming.

    What are you basing this on, the current ststus of Android OS for being FOSS? There are no advertising components built into Android OS, unlike iOS with iAds. What's made you insinuate this "free" thing as being a negative anyway?

    I bet there are plenty of people who use ad supported music serivces like and spotify free, and god forbid those tight arses who listten to free music on the radio. Are these people inferior to you for doing so?

    Apr 29, 02:37 PM
    Steve Jobs' "PC is a truck" analogy was perfect. What these people aren't getting is that most computer users aren't nerds and hackers, but they've been forced to drive trucks all these years when they'd really be a lot happier with a Honda Civic.

    PCs are to be used for tasks a nerdy kid would get beat up for talking about in school. That's the test I use. Everything else is better suited to the post-PC world.

    And if you can make the PCs friendlier by adding post-PC features for the less technical tasks, what's wrong with that? It's a better experience for non-techies that have to use PCs for one reason or another, and who ever said hackers don't want to use nicer consumer-level software?

    Thank you for reminding me of that analogy. It really is a good one, and your points are excellent. Nobody complains when pickup trucks and tractors get cushy seats and high-end sound systems, but add an app store to OS X and people are ready to jump to Windows! Silly.

    Folks, there will ALWAYS be professional level PCs for you to do with whatever you wish. The hackers and geeks will have their hardware. That will NEVER end.

    But as this post-PC era expands the market for computing devices, there are a lot of people who will be regularly using a computer who never did before, and they won't think of them as computers but just handy tools.

    Every time there is this era change, the previous experts get all worried about losing their status as high priests of the current order. Too bad. The world moves on. And maybe one day I'll live long enough to see what comes after the Tablet era. But one thing I know will happen at that time: MacRumors posters whining and moaning about Apple ignoring their beloved iOS devices for this new thing that "isn't really a tablet!"

    Apr 15, 10:52 PM
    I wish the next iPhone could look like this, but all one has to do is look at how incredibly ugly the iPad 3G model is with it's disgusting black plastic ass, to know that no recently designed iPhone model is anywhere near becoming all aluminum. It just doesn't work. The first iPhone tried to do this, looked exactly like the iPad 3G does 3 years later, and still had a ton of connectivity issues. Does anyone believe Apple wanted to abandon that gorgeous design after only one year? Nope. They had to. They got away with terrible reception during a time when it could be blamed on AT&T, and Edge was all it could connect to. To make an impact with the iPhone 3G, and actually improve things, more than the radio had to change...the entire case did. This, the plastic iPhone casing, is not going away any time soon. Don't even expect to change, even slightly.

    In fact, anyone expecting a case redesign of any kind for the iPhone is sorely mistaken, and completely out to lunch.

    Regardless of the validity, I personally think the chances are very high for a unibody type iPhone, it only makes sense. Apple did a unibody macbook (plastic). Its Apple, everything standardizes and is consistent, otherwise Steve's head will explode.

    What the hell would you call the current iPhone design, 2 years running? (other than a unibody plastic design)...

    Sep 12, 08:00 AM
    I've been getting some weird redirections at the Australian Apple Store...

    Just remembered that of course the Apple Store itself will be down at some stage tonight, so I checked it out. But instead I was redirected to the UK education store page. I tried re-entering the address several times but kept getting redirected to different parts of the UK store.

    It's back to normal now, but very odd behaviour nonetheless.

    And the Australian iTunes Store is also showing the black screen now. :)


    4 Hours now - I get the feeling this could be big. No movies for us but then that's to be expected. I just wanna see what is coming that we can use.

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