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  • liavman
    Apr 28, 01:44 AM
    Thanks AidenShaw. Good idea. I need to get familiar with the BART. You are right about no traffic related worry. I will also consider taking it to get to the hotel instead of taking a cab. Thx.

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  • pixpixpix
    Aug 19, 11:57 AM
    If you are concerned about letting friends see where you are, create a list called "placesfriends" and use privacy settings to only show your "Places I check in" to friends on that list.

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  • tazinlwfl
    May 2, 04:37 PM
    Seriously, can we all take a step back and just breathe for a second? Is the thickness of a phone really that big of a deal? And I thought a re-release of a different color was already inane enough...

    Um... yes.

    Having two different colors means nothing, but now you're dealing with two different thicknesses, plus two different button layouts, meaning a total of 4 DIFFERENT versions of supposedly the same phone, all requiring their own slightly varied case (seeing how a lot of cases designed for the black iPhone 4 will not fit the thicker white models - and how some need to be changed for CDMA and GSM versions).

    If a QC issue is getting out this much, then it must be one hell of a QC issue.

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  • gkarris
    May 5, 10:55 AM
    Devil's Advocate:

    I bought a Netbook Holiday Special ($199 normally $399 with ATI chip and graphics and Win 7 Home Premium) from the MS Store last Dec.

    MS took off the manufacturer's build (with tons of bloat-ware) and put their own on. It included a lot MS of extras (photo, video editing, music editor - sounding familiar?) and their premium Anti-Virus with lifetime subscription.

    When it booted, it only asked for my username and the type of network to connect to (again - familiar? LOL)

    I haven't had any problems with it whatsoever... :eek:

    Just food for thought...


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  • gopher
    Sep 28, 03:04 PM
    Every update I see people come on Apple Discussions claim that the update fried their computer. Nothing can be farther from the truth. Without certain precautions data corruption, directory issues, font issues, incompatible drivers, will make an update look bad on the surface. That's why I wrote this FAQ to prevent most upgrade problems. Please everyone take a look at it before you upgrade and decide for yourself when you are ready and finished with those precautions:

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  • lord patton
    Nov 14, 01:03 PM
    With their proprietary dock connector becoming ubiquitous in cars and airplanes, it's only a matter of time before the government uses anti-trust law to crack down on Apple. Not because they really believe iPod dominance threatens the "public good" (whatever that is), but because it will be a way to extort protection money from Apple (i.e. campaign contributions) and sell government services (regulatory predation) to their competitors.



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  • Aldaris
    May 4, 10:17 AM
    I was running through matches this past weekend, and nearly all my settings were medium, and 2d portrait. Using the dedicated graphics card (low end model with 256MB).

    It ran fairly well for a beta, I had a few crashes but not graphics related. Upon starting up SC2 the opening menu is choppy, but the game is extremely playable. And even more so if you were to set your settings on low.

    Either way it will be exciting come July 27.

    (I'm planning on getting the new mac pro, and boosting the graphics, and game it out!):cool:

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  • Bear
    Oct 26, 01:43 PM
    Adobe is offering the software in Windows and Intel-Mac versions, and Adobe specifically mentions that they will not be offering a PowerPC version of the software.I guess this is a piece of software I qwon't look at for a few years. Then again there are other universal apps that do pretty much the same thing. And of course why switch programs once you have something that does what you want?

    If the CS3 version of Photoshop is Intel only I guess it's another version I won't upgrade to. (I'm still running Photoshop CS.) Adobe is being rather stupid.

    My Power Mac still has at least a couple of years of life left in it. All it needs is another couple of gigs of ram.


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  • gkarris
    Mar 21, 10:37 AM
    Going to NYC for the launch party! My friend reserved me a black 3DS at a gamestop near his college(and a blue one for himself), but after we pick that up, we're going to Nintendo World Store for the launch party(hopefully it will still be bouncing after we pick up our 3DS elsewhere. I'm planning to camp out so my friend and I can get it quickly and move to Nintendo World Store

    Ha, ha - Nintendo Launch Party Hopping... :eek:

    Have fun! ;)

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  • logandzwon
    Apr 5, 11:58 AM
    I certainly don't consider myself to be "normal" in regards to my computing needs, but the iPad has been a very welcome addition to my electronics landscape.
    It excels at casual uses and has all but replaced my laptop for my traveling needs.
    That said, there are times when you just need a 'real' machine to get things done.

    ya this.

    I've been saying since I got the first iPad, what people will use most of the time will be an evolution of the iPad. A standard computer will be needed, but will be much less used. IE; I family of two adults and two teenagers will share one iMac, but each will have an iPad.


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  • apfhex
    Nov 14, 02:43 PM
    4. packing sardines even tighter allowing more seats (I hope this will not come to pass).
    I'd be happy with your 6 other points if it meant cheaper ticket prices (the food in coach isn't worth any amount of money!!!). But if they squeeze those seats any closer together, it will make it physically impossible for me (and anyone else over 6 ft) to fit in them. It's already pretty much a fracking health hazard (damned if blood is going to flow through my legs when they're so crammed up against the seat in front of me, hah :D).

    Hey airlines, while your doing the wiring, how about installing those empower jacks at the same time.

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  • HyperZboy
    Mar 26, 09:08 AM
    really? which printer or camera uses it? It should be marked with the patent number if it does.

    Doubtful. A judge already said they don't infringe.

    First off Kodak doesn't even have to use its patents necessarily to sue, but clearly they have over the years since they've been making digital cameras and printers for quite some time. If you want to check each an every Kodak product for patent numbers, knock yourself out! :D

    As for your second point, see the Macrumors UPDATE.
    That initial ruling is being re-examined.

    I still think Apple should just buy Kodak and start collecting the royalties from the other companies that have already made deals with Kodak, but it looks Apple's legal strategy is to drag this out until Kodak goes under.


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  • eawmp1
    Nov 2, 04:38 AM
    Time to move off the grid. :rolleyes:

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  • sikkinixx
    Jun 15, 07:50 AM
    Ugly. Looks like one of those $30 budget PC gamers cases.

    On a side note, the "me too" generation rages on. Microsoft went glossy black, touch sensitive buttons and internal hard drive (albeit proprietary) basically copying Sorny's PS3 phat. Not to mention "Kinetic Sports" and "Kinectimals" riping shamelessly from Wii SPorts and Eye-Pet.

    Next will be the "PS" from Sony. Rocking dual screens with the Spanish plumber Dario as the leading mascot.


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  • larriveejp
    Sep 25, 09:52 AM
    Some sort of live-ish coverage here:

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  • polyesterlester
    Oct 27, 12:14 AM
    Are you saying you're happy it costs $99? You don't want to pay less, no? :rolleyes: The more complaining and bad feedback we give Apple that this service is simply too expensive the better, and the better chance we have they will begin to pay attention to loads ( of posts/blogs/and stories on this. I feel sick when I have to tell someone how much it costs. I mean they say .Mac syncing is included! You have to pay to sync computers that you payed money for, and worse still you have to give it to the company you bought the computers from?? Give me a break! GMail is free too. iWeb provides little bandwidth, and the whole this is wrapped-up with a tiny storage package. And I don't think the solution is for Apple to give us more storage. I would prefer a cheaper price to more storage any-day. If you want moe storage then you pay $99, otherwise this should cost no more than $49 per year. At the VERY MOST!!

    Well, now Apple's onto your little scheme and they'll NEVER charge less! :rolleyes:

    Seriously, though, I doubt Apple cares what people are saying on the MacRumors forum. I'd of course like them to up the storage too, and what I really want is a spam filter in the webmail. It's why I never check my .mac account anymore. Way too much spam.


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  • cmcconkey
    Mar 13, 04:01 PM
    Very interesting. My iPhone4 from ATT is still thinking it is the wrong time, SO very annoying. Also I am running 4.3.

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  • tbrinkma
    May 2, 07:24 PM
    Exactly, whats silly is the "ALL are thicker" or "NONE are thicker" garbage. It's clearly a QA issue Apple is having with the phones...which I think is sad given the time it took for them to release. :(

    Yep. Probably an accidental run of back plates made with slightly thicker than spec glass. The difference in thickness is not significant enough that someone is going to notice during the assembly or packaging process, so it wouldn't necessarily have been caught until after shipment.

    (I say back plates, because all the side-by-side comparisons have the metal band appearing at the same place in the photos, with only the back to account for the difference in thickness.)

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  • iphoneguy123
    Jun 29, 07:36 PM
    I said this a while back. Apple should buy SanDisk, buy Sony, get rid of Ex-FAT and re-package/re-brand/standardize this media in every product they make and package a flavor of it for ROM as a successor to Blu-Ray.

    Small, portable, insane storage capacity and Apple could build the format without the insane licensing fees that have been attached to Blu-Ray. Apple is a global company and they want all of their products to be immensely useful globally, unfortunately broadband and internet mean something completely different to everyone, in terms of connection speed, and that will in all likely hood never change. A small disc, slightly larger than a half a stick of gum, that can hold up to 2TB of data potentially is the perfect bridge for every digital device in virtually any form factor.

    Buy Sony?

    Nov 20, 07:02 AM
    Steve Wozniak bought White iPhone kit, interview on Dutch website:

    Oct 21, 10:15 AM
    We need to make a plan to make sure we know who each other are! Rather then going round asking god knows how any people if their from Macrumors forums xD

    Dec 6, 02:53 PM
    X-Factor. Know what it is? If not click here:

    Every year the winner gets a Christmas #1, its like its guaranteed for them.
    Its very annoying, and people are ready to stand up against it.

    Join the fight to ensure Rage Against The Machine's "Killing in the name of"
    gets Christmas #1 instead of Simon Cowell's one hit wonders.

    Dec 1, 11:13 AM
    I can sell you a can of spray paint and some masking covers so you can do the job yourself for about $20 :eek:

    Mar 26, 06:16 PM
    I agree that it's a side street, but don't think it's Bryant. My CA office is just off Bryant, so I've walked it up and down and can't place it. The reflection is what suggests a side street to me.

    It's Calafia over at Town & Country off of El Camino.

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