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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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  • seek3r
    Mar 24, 06:18 PM
    Yay! Now, where's the cake...

    The cake is a lie :p

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  • samcraig
    May 2, 02:34 PM
    Common sense to a programmer is not all ways the same same a common sense to a user. :confused:
    The code is working as intented, but the design is flawed. A switch that prevents applications from calling a service is functionally the same as disabling the service; except in this case. In this case they intentional left the service running, without considering the consequences of the cache continuing to update.

    The common sense I referred to is that an on/off switch doesn't need to be explained to a user. Off = Off. On = On.

    The code is NOT working as intended. Apple even said so. Turning it off wasn't supposed to continue the recording of locations.

    That's like the old joke that a broken clock is still right twice a day.

    Look - they're fixing it. They know it was an issue (now for certain). That's really what matters here.

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  • slffl
    Jan 7, 10:43 PM
    So I just watched a bit of the Bill Gates keynote at CES. It was streaming live at 500k with no problems. Is this because there isn't as many people watching it? Or do they have more resources available to get the stream out there?

    BTW, I had to laugh when they demoed FMV used as a wallpaper in Vista, and the crowd ooohed and awwed and clapped. :)

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  • Aivskar
    May 2, 09:37 AM
    Now that people know what they're up to, it's "unintentional", and "bugs". :rolleyes:


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  • xVeinx
    Apr 29, 01:58 PM
    These naysayers have been moaning and groaning about iOS forever. They will continue to do so forever. In the meantime the rest of the world will get on with using some great software (many of it free) and getting a lot of things done.

    I'm glad Apple is pushing things forward. The last thing I want to see is OS X stagnate. Since we are now in the post-PC era, ideas from iOS are precisely what need to be explored. It won't be too many more years from now when the majority of consumer-level computing devices will be tablets running iOS-type gestures. It will be the expected thing to be able to support finger gestures to do common tasks. Any OS that cannot handle this will be considered old-fashioned.

    Apple is doing the right thing by getting the future into OS X. They don't want to be left behind.

    In another sense, the direction of the consumer PC/tablet/etc. will be where Apple takes it. They can play off of their successes with the iPad and iPhone and use that to shift the market to devices where Apple has a substantial amount of IP, experience, and expertise. It's one thing to be an alternative, as opposed to a shift where everything else becomes a (less desirable) alternative. That's where Apple is trying to go. Obviously not everyone agrees, but they have thus far made substantial inroads. Apple is increasingly a consumer-focussed company, so the utility of an interface in OS X, for instance, may suffer in it's usability for the "power user." It's hard to say though how much compromise will be made, as the dramatic changes in Final Cut Pro's upcoming release indicate a continued commitment to at least one sub-group of power users.

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  • darkpaw
    Jan 15, 04:27 PM
    I hate to labour the point, but the Apple TV just got a price drop of $70 from $299 to $229, yet the UK price is still �199! Or - to put it another way and point out the pricing discrepancy - twice the price of the US version!

    Couple this with the fact that you can't use the new movie rental features over here until "later this year", I can't see anyone buying an Apple TV in the UK for some time.


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  • twoodcc
    May 16, 03:46 PM
    On an i7 720 you won't get bigadv units done in time to get bonus points also I have an i7 980x that hasn't gotten any bigadv units even though I have it set up to get them. I suspect some recent changes on the server end are allowing only certain cpu's to get bigadv units and i7's probably aren't getting them. as far as the passkey I'm not sure it makes any difference for someone like you, I don't think there are any other wu's that get a bonus...

    You can minimize the window and it will keep folding...

    a3 units get a bonus.

    i'm still getting some bigadv units with my i7s

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  • Popeye206
    May 3, 11:16 PM
    When I hear �It�s just getting started,� that signals to me there is more to come. Which implies that patience will be rewarded. Which further implies to wait for future models. That's obviously not how Apple intended it, but that�s the way I interpret it as a viewer. Could just be me though. I am a very happy owner of many Apple products by the way�including an iPad 1st gen�so I�m not being biased against Apple by any means. JMO

    I don't think they're trying to hint towards anything hardware... I think they're setting up for the changes coming with iOS 5, Lion and the new iCloud stuff.

    Can't wait until June... I think we have some very nice surprises coming for all Apple devices.


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  • MacRumors
    Sep 28, 11:49 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/09/28/steve-jobs-to-build-the-iphone-of-houses/)


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  • Chupa Chupa
    Aug 7, 03:37 PM
    The 20" is still way over-priced.


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  • Patrick J
    Apr 15, 04:17 PM
    There is too much shadow on the side gradient.

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  • marclapierre13
    Nov 14, 06:16 PM
    anyone read my post at the top of the page.

    anyone else having problems joining team death with a party of 2 or more?


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  • testcard
    Sep 29, 08:32 AM
    Man, that is a crummy little house by Silicon Valley standards if I ever saw one. I live in the neighboring town (Portola Valley), which is essentially the same as Woodside, and hence know many homes in the area (including the one I live in). And by current standards around here, not having a private bathroom for EACH bedroom, and a LARGE closet, is pretty substandard. Also, to only have *1* walk-in in the master rather than 2 is not good. No home theater? Large gym with panoramic views? Sauna/steam room/? Sun room? Library? Detached guest suite or guest house (in-law/nanny quarters, etc.)? Swimming pool? Hot tub? This honestly doesn't look like a place where a man of his caliber would be living full-time. Of course his house in Palo Alto isn't huge, either, but at least it is charming, historic, enchanted.

    He has a number of kids, so I'm not sure how they would all fit into this small space with their friends when, e.g., everyone comes home for summers, holidays, etc. Typical houses for higher level people in the Woodside area would have at least 6-7 bedrooms, a bathroom for each bedroom, plus several additional half bathrooms, and probably about 10,000 squ. ft.

    Still living the American Dream over there? ;)

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  • snberk103
    Apr 19, 01:54 PM
    It's their job, we just have to deal with it. A few months back, a TSA agent groped my junk. I joked with him, "Linger any longer and you'll have to buy me dinner.";) He didn't even crack a smile.

    Probably the 5th time he heard that crack that shift. :)

    I wonder what comment would actually get them to crack a smile. Sort of like baiting the Guards at Buckingham Palace to crack a smile.


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  • clintob
    Oct 19, 10:06 AM
    I'm not entirely sure how I feel about Apple's market share increasing.

    On the one hand, it's great in that it sort of validates the fact that the machines are better, or at least "cooler" and more fun, than PCs. But on the other hand, it's just the nature of production that the more units you're responsible for creating, the more room there is for error, rush-jobs, and cutting corners.

    Apple is, I think everyone here agrees, far superior to PC manufacturers when it comes to quality control (the recent MB problems aside - I give a pass on that since it's really their first ever foray into the Intel-based notebook world which is a different animal altogether). Generally, Apple uses better, more reliable parts, a better overal setup and architecture, and the end result is a faster and more robust machine.

    If they can somehow keep those high standards while continuing to grow in the world market I'm all for it. If not, I'm fine with being in that 6-10% range and enjoying my superior machine.

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  • jrtc27
    Apr 30, 12:59 PM
    Do you mean you like the change, or the reverse of the change?

    You only have to look at the second screen shot to see why the slider was potentially confusing�

    Image (http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/29/162642-lion_subpane_slider_old_500.jpg)

    When there are only two options, the inactive option looks a lot like a depressed button.

    Apple's always fiddling with this. You have to wonder why they didn't just stick with the old tabbed interface, which is arguably the most instantly recognisable way of switching window views. I guess there's a bit more flexibility in buttons, in terms of their placement� or maybe they're just trying to think different.

    I mean I like the change away from the slider. The slider was confusing (I'm a techie, and I was confused at first when I saw videos and screenshots), and the squarer buttons look better than the old style in Snow Leopard, especially with the two shades of grey - they are much more modern and much subtler.


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  • miles01110
    Apr 21, 10:59 AM
    What additional value does this provide?

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  • jackeill
    Apr 29, 04:03 PM
    And now please give me grid-full-screen-view-of-spaces and waste less space in Mission Control

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  • cwd92589
    Apr 15, 01:04 PM

    Although would be a cool design!

    Apr 15, 12:19 PM
    If they are real, following the iPad style of back.

    Missing a flash though, which is a consistent rumour.

    Oct 17, 10:43 AM
    so it's kind of a mixture here.
    1. more capacity -> blu-ray
    2. lower price -> hd-dvd
    3. porn industry choses the cheapest format -> hd-dvd

    Actually, the porn industry has gone with Blu-Ray.

    Jan 8, 08:33 PM
    I predict I am going to need a lot of money to purchase any of the sweet new prodcuts :p

    Jul 21, 01:25 PM
    But Apple admitted that it DOES drop more calls than 3GS.

    They spun it as "less than 1 per 100", but assuming all 3,000,000 iPhone 4 users make about 5 calls per day, that's over ONE MILLION dropped calls per week MORE than iPhone 3GS.

    It's a problem.
    It's been reproduced by CNET, Consumer Reports, NYT, and many others.

    The debate here is not whether there's a problem, but why Apple is obfuscating, rather than fixing it, pretending that bridging the gap of their electrically exposed antenna is equivalent to attenuating an antenna by completely covering it with one's meaty hand.
    (seems like moving this gap to the bottom edge of the phone where it's far less likely to be touched, would be an easy fix).

    Couple of things:

    1) What isn't factored into your calculations is that because of its more-sensitive antenna, the iP4 was able to make calls, in marginal signal areas, where the 3GS showed no signal and was not able to attempt or receive a call... dropping any of these "never-before-possible" calls would reflect poorly on the iP4, and be included in the "< 1 call per hundred" more dropped calls by the iP4.

    2) <1 per 100 more dropped calls by the iP4 than the 3GS. "< 1" can mean anything from, say, .0000000001 to .9999999999. Without knowing the real delta fraction it is difficult to base calculations on it.

    3) The 3GS came into being with a plethora of available cases-- the iP4 with 1 case, that was in so short supply as to be non-available. Apple stated that 80% of the 3GSs left their store with a case. So, many 3Gs had 2 layers of antenna shielding, the 3GS plastic housing and an external case. The bulk of iP4s had neither-- 0 levels of antenna shielding.

    All of this has been widely reported (or obvious) to those who care to objectively examine the facts. So it is a bit disingenuous to make your assertions, without qualification.


    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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