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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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  • lbro
    Apr 22, 06:28 PM
    I think everybody should be able to see how many positives and negatives specific posters have given. e.g. I gave a few +1s today and no -1s so somewhere on my profile or under my username it should say 3 +1s given, 0 -1s given or something like that.

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  • Music-Man
    Jan 9, 03:38 PM
    Can we please stop mentioning the product please. This is supposed to be a spoiler free thread.

    Thank you.

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  • Tsunami911
    Apr 8, 01:02 PM
    I wonder what the special promotion is.

    I bet it is simply..."We have the iPad 2 in stock and no one else does. Come get one."

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  • rdowns
    Mar 4, 01:12 PM
    Okay, I've long suspected it, but this confirms it. You're just a very dedicated troll. No one, no one would take a poll that's seven-months out-of-date and try and pass it off as an accurate representation of current public opinion.



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  • ThaDoggg
    Apr 10, 06:28 PM
    Working on my new setup. Just ordered a Dell Ultrasharp 24" and a set of Swan M10's.

    Similar tastes...I have the 23" and M10's as well. But where did you find black Swans?...unless it's painted after the fact

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  • JohnnyQuest
    Mar 17, 01:29 AM
    JohnnyQuest chill out man you sound worse then my Dad growing up as a kid. Just telling a story, and sorry for my grammar must be that UCF education I paid for. Go to the fridge and bust open a bottle of that hater-aid or better yet, go get laid. Since you obviously seem pretty stressed over the story. Who are you anyway? Judge Jury and Executioner? Please

    You seem like a joy to be around.

    What you did is inexcusably wrong, what do you expect? The "stoner," as you so eloquently put it, probably lost his job, and you're trying to make excuses for yourself.

    Grow up.

    Oh and by the way, ever heard of projection? I'm pretty sure my sex life has nothing to do with this dumb site. You seem a little unsettled though. Just saying.


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  • justflie
    Sep 12, 08:14 AM
    Italian iTunes (Music) Store is down too, with the black screen.

    and...i've found this http://www.apple.com/movies
    Good catch, but someone found that yesterday or last night also. Apple must be getting SO much traffic right now...:p

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  • nlr
    May 2, 02:14 PM
    They don't need to track you any more, they got Osama Bin Laden already.



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  • Shadow
    Nov 24, 05:59 PM
    All the Apple Stores are really slow, they must be getting *hammered*.

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  • pudrums
    Apr 8, 10:30 AM
    I purchased it digitally and don't have a Blu-Ray player. Thanks anyway :p


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  • JBaker122586
    Oct 6, 07:27 PM
    Getting back to the actual advertisement. What self-respecting advertising professional would use someone else's tagline like that.

    I had a few friends watching the football game (where we saw the ad) and half of them thought it was an iphone commercial because they were only half paying attention and heard "there's a map for that".

    Pretty shoddy work in my opinion.

    As an advertising professional with no prior knowledge of this ad, I can tell you that this advertisement was almost certainly pushed by the client rather than the agency. Clients often obsess about responding to competitors' ads, even when it's not the best decision strategically or creatively.

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  • yellow
    Jan 10, 04:07 PM
    Kind of like using a MBP Front Row Remote at an Apple Conf and switching people's displays to Front Row?


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  • ghostlyorb
    Dec 13, 08:28 PM
    Maybe VZW will bundle their only current 4G device -- the Mi-FI gizmo -- with a 3G CDMA iPhone 4. Would be similar to what they are doing with the iPad.

    Before you ask if VZW is stupid enough to do that, remember that VZW ninnies nixed the iPhone way back when.

    Interesting idea... sounds practical.. but the CDMA part is what I don't believe.

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  • Willis
    Jan 5, 02:41 PM
    Ah yes! Everytime I want to watch a Keynote, its usually spoiled by the fact the homepage on Apple.com is promoting the new products.... sort of ruins it really.

    Arn... you're a true legend.


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  • Reticent
    Mar 24, 05:10 PM
    Huzzah! I remember using an Apple IIe. It's come a long way, and I've loved every second that I've been a part of it (except things did get a liiiittttlee sketchy around the "grey box" era).

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  • ncfuser
    Jan 15, 05:42 PM
    I agree with the people that are not happy.
    Almost feels like Steve and Co. didn't get some of the things they wanted to done in time.
    Such has 3G for the iPhone, TouchScreen, Blu-Ray, to name a few.

    Out of the "4" topics, only two are worthwhile.
    1. Wireless HDD -- Which I like. I am looking for a external HDD for my HD Camcorder video.
    2. Thin laptop -- I really don't care for. A laptop without a CD/DVD drive is kinda silly. Does anyone really need something that tiny for that much $$$

    The other two are not worth a Macworld Keynote and they feel like fillers to me.

    So I would have to say s sub par day that didn't live up to the hipe.



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  • Amazing Iceman
    May 4, 08:42 AM
    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) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I've no real need for an iPad and as such, no need for a tablet. But having had a go with the 'competitor's' including the so called iPad killer, Xoom, I think Apple have already won. These iPad ads are just confirming that to the public.

    That's exactly what I thought when the iPad1 came out. I got one last July, under the condition of returning it if I did't like it. After 10 days of using it, I decided to keep it. Now it's my main work tool when I'm on the road, and at home I use it more than my MacBook Pro.

    Maybe you should give it a try too. You may discover what you have been missing all these months...

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  • lewdvig
    Apr 15, 09:42 PM
    It can't be all metal. Otherwise it will have some serious signal issues.

    It is CNC milled plastic, similar to the current MacBook.

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  • bousozoku
    Jan 12, 12:13 AM
    Steve Jobs has always been a bit smug. In fact, his emotions are rarely reserved but then, that goes for almost anyone running a technology company.

    Have you seen Scott McNealy, Bruce Chizen, Larry Ellison, or Bill Gates? Introverts rarely run companies.

    Apr 16, 01:07 AM
    I want My next iPhone to look like this,


    Aug 1, 12:54 PM
    Denmark, Norway and Sweden are just about the happiest countries in the world. Taking the iTMS away from them ought to knock them down a few pegs!

    Problem is Demark, Norway and Sweden are just the first countries to really crack down on DRM like this but they will not be the last. Pulling iTMS away from them might work right now but think long term. The 3 counties will not be the last to do it. Other will follow suit with the DRM. France will at some point get the laws passed since they are pretty close to DRM set up like that with ones that went though so it would not be much of a surpise to see France force DRM to open up there as well. I could see most of the EU at some point forcing the issue.

    Should apple pull iTMS away from every country that does that. No it will catch up to them and they will just open up to all. Problem is any country the pulled out of they burned those bridges and will have a very hard time getting back in and will more than likely lose a lot of market share long term by pulling that stunt.

    Long term the wises action is for apple to give in and just open it up because those countries are just the first and they most certanily will not be the last.

    The Scotsman
    Jan 12, 06:16 PM
    Just to join in on this thread, Yes I agree that Steve was smug very smug to be precise but he was just very proud of the product he has worked on for a long time and believes that it is the best thing that is going to be on the market. I think he has a right to be smug.

    I just hope his smugness is warranted when the iPhone is released (or whetever it will be called by then) I think the iPhone although brilliant in looks, functionality and UI has several short comings and hope that these will be ironed out quickly in time for the 2nd gen iPhone.

    Dec 25, 04:41 PM
    Yes they do. BUT not when it means a crap ass experience for the customer. Because that just results in returns, complaints etc. LTE right now is only in a handful of major cities and not even perfect coverage there.

    Verizon's LTE covers about as many people now, as AT&T's 3G did back when the iPhone 3G came out.

    Apple is not just about pro-user experience. They also make decisions based on saving money (no 3G chip at first) and gaining market access (disabling WiFi for China at first).

    My understanding is that LTE is a whole new language, totally different from both CDMA and GSM. So phones would be, for a time, dual chips.


    In the same way there is 4g in the sense of 4th generation which is an improvement over the 3rd generation. and 4g which is 4th generation AND a particular minimum level of speed etc. And so say the naysayers, many folks saying '4g' mean the former and not the latter.


    Apr 22, 06:20 PM
    Here's the reality of this non-issue:
    Apple is not actually collecting this data, and this hidden file is neither new nor secret.


    Sorry to break it to you but a device that records my location and saves that for reporting back, or for someone else to read is a serious breach of my privacy. As I stated, the police were fully aware of this, making this privacy breach more big brother like then anything else.

    If anyone else were doing this, you'd be crying foul so fast but because its your beloved apple, they get a pass for recording your locations :confused:

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