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  • 229dan229
    Sep 9, 10:50 AM
    i thought it was pretty good tbh.

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  • peharri
    Oct 3, 07:49 AM
    You'd expect Jobs would have some sympathy for the guy, what with his phreaking days before Apple.

    Yeah, right.

    When Real Networks did something similar, they were accused by Apple of "using the same tactics of a hacker", and that wasn't intended as a complement. When I read that, my first thought was "Where is Woz when you need him?"

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  • sikkinixx
    Nov 14, 02:59 PM
    Popped my new CoD disc, it took almost 20 minutes to get into a match, then it got dropped half way through and was trying to migrate to a new host and I left.

    Looks ugly, feels too floaty compared to MW2, RC cars and dogs are already making me angry, sounds crappier, and spawning (as noted above) is horrid.

    Good start... :o

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  • saberahul
    Mar 18, 04:13 PM
    Woman walks up to me and says "Is that the iPhone 4?" to which I reply "Yes, it is. Following that she responds with "Well I have the (something I forgot which one she said - I think HTC something) and it is way better than the iPhone 4!"
    My reply: "Good for you."


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  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 02:51 AM
    That's 7pm here in the UK... Just when I get home from work! :)

    Are any sites offering live feeds, etc?

    6 (SIX) PM UK time :)

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  • Brinkman
    Sep 28, 12:20 PM
    Gates: What's that?
    Jobs: It's an iHouse.
    Gates: But there's no Windows.
    Jobs: Exactly!!! Hahahahaha!


    I'm surprised how few windows it actually does have haha.


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  • Aperture
    Jan 8, 09:34 PM
    Sales/growth update
    Ultra portable notebook
    iTunes movie rentals & DVD digital copies
    Updated/Refreshed Apple TV - Perhaps a slight price drop (To promote iTunes movie rentals)
    Look into the iPhone SDK - available to developers in Feb. as planned

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  • BC2009
    May 2, 11:56 AM
    Oh the conspiracies!!!!

    As a software developer, the explanation that Apple gave seems far more plausible than "they are tracking your every move".

    It makes total sense to keep a cache of cell tower positions to speed up positioning through trilateration (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trilateration). It also makes sense for Apple to maintain this as a crowd-sourced database and download part of it to your phone. Further, it makes sense for a developer to make an arbitrary decision to say "let's make the cache size 2MB -- that's smaller than a single song". Finally, it makes sense for QA to miss this since the file is not readily visible through the user interface. A very good article on this is here (http://www.macworld.com/article/159528/2011/04/how_iphone_location_works.html).

    I for one cannot remember a single iAd ever popping that was more appropriate based on my location (e.g.: a restaurant ad showing up when I was near a location for that restaurant chain). I seriously doubt that Apple cares where I have been for the past year -- especially with the huge degree of error that trilateration offers. But they definitely care about the crowd-sourced data to understand what regions iPhones are being used most heavily.

    Certainly, if Apple wanted to record my personal position it would make MUCH MUCH MUCH more sense for their servers to simply record the query my phone makes to obtain the portion of the crowd-sourced database that my phone wants to cache. That query could easily include a more exact GPS position (i.e.: give me the part of the cache near this location). It could also include a phone identifier. Of course, a timestamp could be associated with the query. They could keep the information on their own servers where I would NEVER EVER see it and they could easily access it. Keeping it on my phone simply does not make sense if Apple really wanted this information -- it makes it easy for me to find and it is of less use to Apple that way.

    I wonder if Google records my Wifi/GPS location on Google Maps or what locations I searched when using Google Maps. Hopefully, my identity is anonymized before the query is sent to Google for what part of the Maps database to pull down and cache. But again, it would be really easy for anybody to do this on the server side.


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  • hayesk
    Mar 26, 08:06 PM
    Have they thought about including a USB stick in the box as well, for the Macbook Air? I sure would hate to have to buy an external CD drive just to get the new OS on my computer. Will they allow it to be downloaded over the internet?

    I'll bet they allow it to be downloaded from the App Store, and boxed copies will only come on USB stick.

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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 29, 07:26 PM
    Just go Linux...

    Heck, just keep SL, and triple boot W7, and Linux. Best of all worlds.

    Linux has many, many worlds.


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  • balamw
    Oct 2, 04:30 PM
    I'm glad to see this DRM stuff getting hacked. I hate the DRM and would buy way more music, movies, and TV Shows from iTunes if there was no DRM in the files.
    You didn't read the article, did you? This time Jon's working on adding iPod compatible DRM to files not originally from Apple.


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  • rorschach
    Apr 15, 02:16 PM

    These seem like something that everyone here says can't be real, "no way Apple would design something like that," the "perspective is all off" ... and then end up being real after all.

    Remember the screenshots of the Fat Nano ad file in Photoshop?


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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 28, 09:42 AM
    So, please don't take everything I typed and generalize it, because it's not for everyone.

    I do understand where Dejo, Balamw and the others are coming from though. And frankly, they are probably better suited to help you than I am. I don't have a lot of experience with Objective-C and Cocoa, not like they do, having mostly come into it recently.

    Back to the code, here is a photo of my connections (ignore canceBigtimer). What you say is true I don't know how NSTimer works entirely , just some parts, I realize that and it is one of the reason I postpone my timer for a future update (need to study it).

    I have two timers, because, like I said.. I don't have full knowledge of timers. I know now that 1 timer is enough, even if I use two timers and start them at the same time, the log only shows 1 loop and the countdown in separate labels show e.g. 59 in one and 58 in another and so on.

    Ok, how about we work on making 1 timer work then ? The code you posted is very complicated and I don't think it has to be this complicated. Going 1 timer would simplify this.

    I see your Start Button is associated to 3 actions. Is this really what you want ? Let's simplify this. As an exercise, make 1 method, call it startTimer (like I did) and have only that action associated with your start button. From there, you can call the other methods yourself as needed.

    Once you have modified the code in this way, post again what you have in full, what it is doing and what you think it should be doing. We'll go from there.

    You mention my two global variables, It makes sense that the timer does not stop because the variables are outside the method that creates the timer. is that whats going on?

    No, the variables are "fine" where they are. They would be better positionned in the @interface block and declared as instance variables, but implementation scope globals work too.

    What you need to do however is reset those if you want your timer to start back at 0. Somewhere in your "stop/reset" code, there needs to be an initialization of those back to 0 :

    seconds = 0;
    minutes = 0;

    If your Cancel button is what should reset it, then this should be right now in newActionTimer. But ideally, we'll get rid of that function when you simplify the code down to 1 timer.

    Look at my NSLog outputs in my screenshot earlier. There's 3 methods there. updateLabel, cancelTimer, startTimer. This should have given you a big indication of how not complicated you should have made this.

    If you want 3 buttons, start, reset, stop, you'd technically need 4 methods, as follows :

    -(IBAction) startTimer: (id) sender;
    -(IBAction) stopTimer: (id) sender;
    -(IBAction) resetTimer: (id) sender;
    -(void) updateLabel;

    One to update the label as needed, one to start the timer, one to stop it and one to reset it.

    Also, NSTimer is not your timer. The timer is what you are creating with ATimerViewController. You need to grasp this. NSTimer simply calls methods, in this case, it should be update label. That's about all it should be doing. Both the stop and reset methods should release the NSTimer object instance. startTimer should always create a new one. However, reset should be the one to set back seconds/minutes to 0.

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  • oTaRu
    Apr 16, 11:34 AM
    Which leads me to believe Apple may be going for a design like this:


    that's what i wish for....


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  • Macky-Mac
    Apr 18, 11:36 PM
    What about the absolutely peaceful Muslims brutally attacked out of nowhere by rapacious imperialist crusaders who wanted to savagely impose their religion upon the tolerant and free society?

    indeed, when everyone knows the pope was really trying to reconquer territory controlled by the eastern church :p

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  • yetanotherdave
    Apr 29, 02:19 PM
    iCal still looks terrible.

    Much quicker update than the last one for me.

    I think the realistic minimal RAM requirements will move to 4GB with Lion. Installing on an older MacBook with 2GB of RAM has proven that Lion loves RAM and Beachballs :) .

    It is fairly stable for a "Beta/Preview" build though and seems to be closer to being ready to ship.

    The macbook air's ship with 2gig standard. They wont leave a computer that new behind.


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  • ezekielrage_99
    Jan 14, 11:26 PM
    I think they'll be barred after this....


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  • zephxiii
    Dec 13, 12:32 PM
    lol there is no LTE in the next iPhone.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 9, 09:11 PM
    I see you've been educated in the public school system :D

    Your point? Do you deny General Lee surrendered on this date in 1865?

    This was an important victory for the US.

    Actually it looks like you are being sarcastic. LOL

    Apr 8, 04:56 PM
    This would be especially true if person claiming to be a current or former employee knows the term BBY at all. Hell, I'd believe them for my own sake, as I don't want to believe in a world where anyone outside of the Best Buy "family" would ever be concerned with such trivial things.

    You do know that BBY is their ticker symbol, right? Same reason the "stock holders" here say AAPL instead of Apple. Its not exactly top secret info.

    Apr 11, 08:27 AM
    Aero Snap. The new superbar. Expandable start menu. The Office ribbon. Stable as a rock OS. Just to name a few.

    I agree with Maflynn. Where as Vista was rather dire, Windows 7 beats Snow Leopard. Only by a fraction, which is why I'm still happy using Snow Leopard, but it is still better. Windows has matured considerably, whereas OS X still feels a little juvenile like XP does.

    Really Aero Snap? A feature?
    Superbar is good but the dock provides a similar capability but through expose. No big deal here. Use hyperdock if you need the same experience.
    So office ribbon is a nice UI element? Well, would have guessed withyour post history. The ribbons look awful, complicate user interface and experience; they are just a bad idea.
    Stable as a rock. Yaa I know.

    Still no features, usability to tout here.

    OS X already came with a ton of features in the first place. Tiger was such a great OS release who's features are yet to be found in Windows 8.
    Leopard packed some of the great features and become one of the most advanced OS's.

    Maybe in your opinion windows 7 is better than SL, but I don't think so. XP->Vista->W7 has definitely been on the upside but in terms of features and usability, its a big nono.

    Thanks for the reply anyway.

    Nov 16, 10:34 PM
    If this did happen, would it mean that we would have a sub-$700 apple portable?

    I'm down.

    Apr 16, 10:30 AM
    No, when Apple revealed the iPhone most people were thinking something along the line of "Apple seriously need to reconsider leaving out 3G and the ability to install software if they want to make it in the smart phone business", a phone that doesn't let you install new software is by definiton not a smart phone. The iPhone 3G was the real deal, ofcourse the first gen was successful, simply because it was Apple, but the 3G was when it turned into a good product and soared in popularity.
    And iPhone is far from the first icon based phone and I personally believe the Sony Ericsson P800 and P900 was a big inspiration for iPhone.

    I have to agree.

    The biggest reason the iphone is so great to me is the fact that I could add in other programs and add functionality. I could personalize it with the programs I put on to do what I wanted to do. In fact that was something I snubbed about the iphone when it came out (in comparison to the ipaq I had that I could get other programs for it). And the one snub I don't think I was wrong about (I snubbed it for other reasons but after having one decided either it was a good idea or it wasn't something that really mattered).

    If I had to only use the apps Apple gave me... I'm sorry, it wouldn't be that great of a phone. In fact I'm still wondering why anyone would buy the first one that you were stuck only with the basic stuff Apple put on, I really don't know how they convinced people to get interested in the idea. The thing that makes the iphone so great to me is it's ability to be so multi-functional in the ways *I* want it to be. Which is what being able to buy different programs gives it.

    I heard somewhere that Apple was forced to let people buy other software (or something like that)? If true, Apple should be thanking that ruling.

    Apr 6, 05:45 AM
    How about an app that displays the apps that have iAds.

    But I downloaded it our of curiosity. I couldn't help myself :(:o

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