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Saturday, May 14, 2011

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  • slu
    Aug 7, 01:55 PM
    Perhaps for a PowerBook G5?

    As far as I am concerned, it is the same sort of thing really.





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  • Multimedia
    Sep 16, 07:36 PM
    Just wanted to add, for everyone reading a lot into shipping dates etc., I ordered mine on Sep 11 and got the notice of delays, then notice it was shpped out today (was planning on cancelling after this news).

    Now, it will probably be around the 25th before I get, and I won't open it, but considering I have upgrades (so customization = no return) how hard do you guys think it would be for me to exchange it for an updated one?You're going to have to be aggressive about returning it. If I were you I would try to refuse accepting delivery and call your credit card company and tell them you don't want it so they will force Apple to accept your refusal to receive it.





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  • wovel
    Apr 18, 03:57 PM
    From Wikipedia:

    Samsung: Net income US$ 8.33 billion (2009)
    Apple: Profit US$ 14.01 billion (FY 2010)

    Apple's profits are higher but that's because they spend about $8 billion less on R&D than Samsung ;)

    Apple's profits are higher because they waste less money on fruitless enedevaours. Sad with all that spend, Samsung still had to copy Apple.





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  • rubberduck007
    Nov 23, 08:56 AM
    The industry will change. MS will release the "Pune" in 3 years to kill iPhone. In brown.




    Should that not be PRUNE?


    :p





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  • iStudentUK
    Apr 11, 03:42 AM
    The answer is 288.

    Anyone with a decent education is taught B.E.D.M.A.S not PEDMAS.

    Brackets.Exponents. Division.Addition/Subtraction in that order!

    /End thread.

    I was taught BODMAS (Brackets, order ...) when I was about 10. Then you never use it again so long as people learn to write maths equations properly.





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  • twoodcc
    Aug 11, 09:53 AM
    Would I be able to drop a Conroe processor in my Core Duo iMac?

    whoops, i thought you meant Merom





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  • Popeye206
    Apr 5, 02:32 PM
    I don't see what the big deal is. Of course Apple is going to try to minimize the risk of the jailbreak community. They want to avoid headlines about spyware and such that creep out of the jailbroken community. It's just good PR.

    Guys this is so simple.

    JB'ing your device is a user risk related thing. Not for the general public. It also voids your warrantee with Apple.

    So... do you think it's good business practice for Toyota to encourage customers of another device to void their warrantee and put their product at risk of other issues if they don't know what they're doing?

    That would be like Apple saying, download this App and plug into our Camry and we'll modify your engine to give you 20 more HP, but it's not approved by Toyota.

    Not well thought out by Toyota.





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  • ergle2
    Sep 15, 05:08 PM
    The MBP already feels like its about to literally melt on my desk now, and that's with the 31W Core Duo.

    What's gonna happen when they drop in a 34W C2D? That's 9.6% more wattage, means more heat.

    I really think the MBPand MB are under-engineered to remove the heat from the Core Duo. I hope they re-engineer the cooling before releasing the MBP C2D. IMHO, Apple has a black eye over the heat issues with their notebooks.

    TDP (Thermal Design Power) is peak output that will require dissipation. It represents a potential maximum, but it's rarely reached.

    Benchmarks show Merom is about the same temp as Yonah at idle.

    Early tests showed engineering test release of Merom to be slightly hotter but the production tests I've seen indicate it will actually be slightly cooler under load. It probably depends on load time.

    I don't think it's a problem.





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  • Small White Car
    Apr 5, 02:02 PM
    No they didn’t. They ruled that distributing custom (jailbroken) firmware wasn’t in violation of copyright law.

    Apple can’t sue people who jailbreak or distribute jailbreaks for copyright infringement. They can, however, still try to prevent people from jailbreaking.

    Fact is that Nintendo can still sue you for selling Nintendo games without their permission. But jailbreakers can't be sued by Apple.

    So what's the big difference? It's a very fine line from here to there. A lack of money going to the people who figure out these jailbreak softwares is a big part of it.

    Adding that kind of money to the mix just seems dangerous to me. Makes the difference between Apple and Nintendo seem less different.

    Yes it will happen, what comes around goes around.:cool:

    No. It won't.

    Sorry.





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  • arnizzlewhizzle
    Jul 30, 04:15 PM
    do you think they'd make it work with cingular and the rest, or do think they'd make their own service like helio?





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  • IntelliUser
    Nov 17, 04:26 PM
    ESET Cybersecurity for Mac
    http://www.eset.com/home/cybersecurity-for-mac
    �*unless I'm missing something, no on-access scanning


    ESET Cybersecurity adds an extra layer of detection to OS X Internet security features:

    Blocks any attempts to infect your Mac or steal your personal information.
    Eliminates threats to your Mac from email and removable media, such as USB, FireWire, CDs, and DVDs.
    Protects your Mac from malicious third party applications.

    It's pretty much a full-featured NOD32 for Mac.





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  • slu
    May 7, 03:37 PM
    There will be a free version of mobileme, if only to save people having to register for a free AIM account to video conference on the new iPhoneHD.

    You know, this makes a ton of sense.





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  • GQB
    Mar 28, 10:40 AM
    My 2-year contract finishes next month and my 3G is almost inoperative. No way I want to buy into the antenna problems with a 4. Glad you're happy though.

    You can always pick up a used 4 to hold you over.
    And the 'antenna problems' were a media and hater frenzy, nothing more.

    Personally, I'm glad that I won't have to churn on upgrading for a few months more. Fact is that my 4 does everything I need short of NFR, and I don't really NEED that.
    As a user, I'd be glad to use my 4 for another year.
    As an AAPL holder, I'd like to see a 5 come out simply to kick the Verizon sales in the butt.





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  • SeattleMoose
    Mar 28, 10:10 AM
    Limited parts production "silver lining" in that polishing the underlying OS/Software is ALWAYS most welcome.





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  • moot
    Jul 29, 11:17 PM
    I will now be picturing Steve Jobs answering that phone during his Keynote in my dreams. :)

    I cannot see it happening. I am not saying it won't be released in August but it wont be at the WWDC.

    For a start, the Worldwide Developers conference is not a suitable place to release an American-centric consumer product.

    Secondly, this would be big news and would require its own dedicated news conference. It would be really hyped up to all the assembled press.

    Not coming at WWDC.

    oh, and I hope this thing makes it international when it does finally come.





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  • milo
    Sep 11, 11:36 AM
    Except that under NetFlix, theortically (and I know people do this) you could get the DVDs, rip them, and send them back same day. Under a d/l scheme, you can only view the movies with a license. You only get, say 3 licenses. So you'd have to physically watch the movie, if you wanted to see it, before getting more. That would act as a brake on how many d/ls an avg. customer would make a month because most people only have time to watch 2-5 DVDs a month...if that. As for those who abuse the system, nothing to stop Apple from cutting people off just like Netflix does.

    Even if you rip the DVD's from netflix (or just watch them immediately and send them back), you're still limited by the speed of the post office. With unlimited downloads, you could watch three or four movies a day if you had time (I doubt most Netflix users are only watching 2-5 DVD's a month, if they do they might be better off renting normally). The "brake" allows much fewer with Netflix. And if you really promise "unlimited", watching a ton isn't really abusing the system, is it? Apple would have to either have a monthly cap or raise prices.

    Not to add onto the whining about merom notebooks, but I thought people a little while back were saying they'd be coming on the apple event on the 12th...:confused:

    That was before the invites were sent. They won't be at the event, but they'll show up in the next week or so.





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  • Don't panic
    May 4, 10:50 AM
    The other downside is we have half our health and action points. I'm not sure how big of a trap we can see early in a game, but if it has 3 or more that wipes out a whole team possibly.

    if we explore, we automatically disable any traps, no matter how big, so there is no damage sustained by us.
    but if the group that goes ahead in the room encounters a monster, then you are right: our AP are split so it would be harder to kill the monster, and all the damage would be only sustained by the entering party.
    on the other hand i don't see any risk to the party that follows.

    that's why i had proposed an asymmetric split, with a stronger party going in the other room (to face a possible monster) and one or two people remaining behind to explore, including you who are likely an essential asset (for now ;)), so we need to avoid that you become damaged goods.

    right now this is moot, though, as i have already communicated turn 1 officially, and we are all searching this darned room.
    so get back to exploring your side! i don't care about the spider. as far as i am concerned they are just another form of proteins!

    well? did anyone find anything interesting?





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  • fishkorp
    Aug 11, 10:32 AM
    so once these are released, what are the chances if my MBP was broken Apple Care would replace it with a new Core 2 Duo one?





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  • AppleDroid
    May 6, 01:02 AM
    Unless ARM has something major in the works (low power, huge speed increase, flux capacitor etc) I don't understand the need to move away from Intel.

    I will take this for what it's worth, a total shot in the dark from two years away. Also as long as there isn't a major issue switching architecture (PPC - Intel + Rosetta bleh) I could care less as long as Adobe can keep up. (haha, I know I know)





    MikeTheC
    Nov 25, 08:14 PM
    I wouldn't mind having Apple sell them (and I'm guessing they will to some degree), but we also have to think in terms of the market as is. If I can get a free phone through my provider every x years, I'm going to do that instead of buying outside the company (even if it is crap). If I can get an upgrade for between $50 and $300, I might consider it when I'm in the store renewing my plan. Apple can gain presence only by going through established channels; it's not to say that you won't be able to buy one in an Apple store, just that consumers who like to do comparison shopping when they get their phones might like to see an iPhone in a TMobile/Verizon/3rd party carrier store.

    I'm of two minds on this. First, I think Apple would have a problem with cell phone providers who wouldn't want to extend service to hardware not purchased through them. Why should they? They're not getting a kickback on the phone. And besides, these people buying their phones from outside sources are just a minority of users, anyhow. A minority they may feel fully capable and even justified in ignoring.

    The second thought is: how many people here remember when car dealerships were exclusive dealerships? That is, a Pontiac dealer only sold Pontiacs, a Mercury dealer only sold Mercurys, a Ford dealership only sold Fords, etc. All of that began to fade away in the mid-1980s. Now you have dealerships that sell multiple brands. My point here being that this whole "exclusive" and "main squeeze" rationale used in the cell phone industry is just as carved in stone as the car dealership thing "was".





    MattyMac
    Jul 29, 09:45 PM
    Pleasssssssssse...I've been waiting for this!





    Small White Car
    Apr 5, 02:22 PM
    :confused: ALready has Friend Jailbreaking is already legal


    So you used the terms "I will revel in the day" and "yes it will happen" for something that's already happened?

    Uh...ok. :confused:

    Based on your future tense I assumed you meant the day when Apple will actually endorse Jailbreaking directly, not the day they'd be forced to simply allow it. Apparently you were using future tense to talk about past events, so you can see how I got confused.





    Kane08
    Mar 29, 07:22 PM
    I like the competition, and the cloud concept is definitely promising, but I don't think this is a solution I want. Call me pessimistic, but I don't want to rely on another entity for access to my own information. I don't want to store all my music and movies "in the cloud" and hope there is no complications. Rather, what I want is to be able to access my home computer via the cloud, but if all else fails, it's still saved on my home computer, not some remote server I can't access





    Mr.damien
    Mar 31, 05:09 AM
    Update: TechCrunch reports that this is indeed the "golden master candidate" build it discussed over the weekend, although the designation remains an internal one for the time being with Apple not expected to push out a final release candidate until around its Worldwide Developer Conference in early June.
    Translation:
    We were all wrong but we won't admit it so now we say that it's an internal secret ... :rolleyes: