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  • DylanLikesPorn
    Jul 21, 08:40 PM
    go Apple. fight fire with fire.

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  • Nekbeth
    Apr 25, 05:37 PM
    Because I have a button that receives the action "cancelTime" in IB. I wonder if I need to add something to userInfo parameter in the cancelTime method. Please correct me if I'm missing something.


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  • bedifferent
    Apr 29, 06:50 PM
    Like this? :p

    Odd, I don't have that option in "System Preferences"

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  • *LTD*
    Mar 15, 09:45 PM
    Apple products look unique from the outside, but in reality they are the same devices others have but in different packages.

    Which makes all the difference. Night and day. As far as anyone is concerned, making tech usable and desirable to that degree is pretty innovative.

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  • takao
    Sep 8, 12:13 PM
    oh no please not a US version of Xavier Naidoo, a german ultra-whiny-sounding guy rapping about god etc. deserving to be made a head shorter... seriously ... he sounds so whiny you want to kill him just to make him stop

    that aside everybody knows that Jesus is ***** Metal ;) (http://www.thinkgeek.com/pennyarcade/swag/6fc1/)

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  • Branskins
    Apr 29, 01:29 PM
    And people kept telling me that OSX and iOS weren't going to merge in any meaningful manner for years ahead, if ever. Yeah right. I'd bet the one after this has them nearly fully merged and I mean towards iOS for the most part. OSX will be dumbed down to the lowest common brain cell and you won't be able to get free/open software anymore. It'll have to come through the App Store or not at all. Wait and see. That is the point I'll be moving on.

    Come on, really?

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  • Damnations!
    Apr 5, 04:45 PM
    I think Apple knew what they were doing. I think they may integrate this with Ping (worst thing ever), like 'PersonX likes the same music as you and also likes AdvertY' as some sort of viral marketing.

    They will get paid a lot of money by the advertisers using it and the advertisers will get valuable information back like how many people favourited certain ads gaining valuable information about the market and how to create better adverts.

    I still think it's a stupid idea, but whatever floats your boat.

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  • Anuba
    Jan 12, 03:59 PM
    Wow, I just watched the keynote and my god this guy is hard to stand. I've watched previous keynotes and he never seemed this bad. The charisma he's displayed in the past has been replaced with smugness. He acted like the iPhone was the second coming of christ and we were so lucky that he existed to bring it upon us.

    Yeah. I love the products but I loathe the man. Then again I'm just a regular user and not one of those scary MacDroids. You know, the ones with the blank stare, the ones that repeat mantras about Windows viruses and the dreaded blue screen of death... some even believe Windows gives you AIDS. They're kind of like scientologists or Jehova's Witnesses. But you gotta keep in mind those were the ones he was addressing, as always. Hence the smugness. The Keynote is his church and he is their god. Notice the constant applause and cheering over stuff like, oh, some new button or menu item. Mac will always be my second platform because these people just scare the poop out of me.

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  • ct-scan
    Oct 3, 01:09 PM
    iPhone will come out before X'mas.

    Xmas 2007 maybe :rolleyes:

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  • tvguru
    Sep 12, 07:35 AM
    I'm still waiting for my TV Shows in the UK :(

    You and every other non-american. Someday....One can dream.

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  • stoid
    Aug 7, 06:58 PM
    The cinema display's didn't change, all that changed was the price. So there isn't any "previous generation model" from what I understand.

    Did you miss the part about brighter and greater contrast ratio? :confused:

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  • wenger2k
    Oct 20, 12:09 PM
    I believe Apple always in reality wanted to go with AT&T - I think they talked to both companies so they could create a form of competition to get what they wanted out of the deal. So why did they want AT&T - it was really simple it was that AT&T used GSM and UMTS that allowed them to make a single device that they could then roll out to a large part of the rest of the world with out a lot of reengineering. This has turned out to be a good decision for them.

    If you're so sure this has been such a great thing for AT&T look at their stock price vs apple's and verizon for that matter during this time. While it has represented a huge amount of revenue for AT&T it has also increased their cost by orders of magnitude. Its also forced them to upgrade substantial parts of their network far ahead of plan which has also come at significant unplanned expense. They're currently rolling out the 850mhz and the 7.2gb HSPA overlay framework at least a year ahead of their original plans - all of this is reportedly because essentially Apple made them.

    The majority of AT&T's network issues are likely caused by the massive increase in bandwidth consumption which can almost all be attributed to the iPhone. Had Verizon gotten the iphone they'd be in a similar situation.

    As for CDMA iPhones, Apple has already announced that they'll be offering the iphone with Bell Canada and its been widely reported that they will offer iPhones with both China Unicom and China Mobile which will force the creation of a CDMA/EVDO iPhone so the technical barrier to entry for Verizon no longer exists. Reality of course is that Verizon represents a big enough customer that creation of a CDMA hardware version would be a minimal barrier if Apple didn't continue to see more benefit from the prime vendor relationship that they have with AT&T than they would get by breaking out and offering the product with Verizon. My guess is that if the volume of complaints about AT&T's network don't start going down soon Apple will be forced to expand to other carriers.

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  • seydurin
    May 2, 10:00 AM
    Since the 3G is considered end of life, no. I also believe that the 3G doesn't have GPS, just used triangulation solely.

    iPhone 3G has GPS, and it has the same "problem" with location tracking as this update addresses.

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  • kudukudu
    Jan 15, 03:32 PM
    i agree. I think it would have made sense to drop them in price in line with the mac pro update...and they didnt

    I agree with you. The specifications of, say, the Dell 3008WFP really blow the 30" ACD out of the water: newer panel, every connection technology you could ever think of, etc.

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  • axual
    Apr 25, 03:50 PM
    This is not an iPhone 4 case ...

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  • aristobrat
    Jan 12, 07:24 PM
    Have not watched the keynote. Not going to bother.

    I'd like to see a bit more commitment from Apple (the company previously known as Apple Computers) on the computer side before I consider recomending any kind of Mac to people again.
    You didn't watch the actual source of all of this information, but yet you feel that Apple might not be committed to the Mac anymore? Oye. Watch the first five minutes of it. :)

    I think that those who think that SJ & Apple are beyond criticism merely confirm the excellent points you've raised in your post.
    I find that most folks here are very critical of Apple and its products and don't usually hesitate to criticize where they feel appropriate. Just because not everyone participating in this thread don't agree with the OP's opinion that SJ is an arrogant SOB doesn't mean that everyone worships him either.

    If all the iPhone mockups out there had missed the mark, the iPhone would be revolutionary, but there were quite a few that were based on the idea of a huge display and no keys.
    I missed the markup where the full-screen video iPod was combined with the iPhone into on device.

    The modest memory, for one, and for another the absence of 3G which is somewhat of a shocker - 3G has been a staple of top-of-the-line phones for years now.
    Welcome to America. We're just now getting 3G (in regards to GSM networks, anyhow).

    If not the business market, then who? It can't be kids, as it has no games, and allegedly no support for custom ringtones. It can't be business users, since they'll want Outlook or Lotus Notes sync, and possibly a navigator, and they'll most definitely not want to use frickin' iTunes to sync up. Which leaves, I dunno... Mac enthusiasts and 30-somethings who are hoping for 15 minutes of fame by the watercooler? He did say his goal was 10 million units.[/QUOTE]

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  • buffalo
    Nov 24, 06:34 AM
    I find no mention of this anywhere, even did a google search.

    Care for a link?

    the smily face suggests he was kidding...

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  • MattInOz
    Sep 28, 07:03 PM
    Woah I love that plan, there is no doubt Steve is a modernist.
    If they are any other drawings some Ele's and section would be very neat to see.

    Ok Price tag of $8+mil going by the high spec houses I've worked on this one seems quiet small so the level of workmanship and materials being planned must all be very impressive.

    I'm sure we'll see photos on every ArchiBlog once it's done.

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  • sanford
    Jan 11, 06:27 PM
    Bloggers often struggle to gain acceptance as a valid and legitimate source of news, and with this stunt (see link) Gizmodo have helped to undermine those who have worked so hard to gain credibility within an elitist industry.

    I'm not without a sense of humour, but when Giz started screwing with a live presentation they crossed a line. This type of behaviour shouldn't be condoned in my opinion and a strong signal should be sent out to those responsible. Who's to say that they wouldn't interfere with an Apple event? What do you make of their actions?


    Games and gadgets, the concept of the fourth estate is a joke. Gadgets, it's primarily the online media. Games, it's both print and online, in general tone and especially in game reviews.

    A goofball walks into CES and does this, it's a practical joke, and he faces his own personal consequences. Find it funny or not, it's your own personal taste. Guys wearing press badges do this, anyone actively involved, they should all be fired by the parent company. Immediately. Period. No second chances. But Nick Denton is so afraid of not appearing cool and hip, he suborns what he probably thinks, or tells himself, is "gonzo" journalism, but it's really just a complete lack of respect for the profession; and he also panders to so-called "futurist" rhetoric as spouted by numerous thirty-year-old "cultural visionaries" with not so much as an undergrad degree in elementary education to their names.

    Not to mention that what they did is probably some state or federal higher-end misdemeanor; that is, a criminal act for which they could serve jail time.

    And no, I'm not a stiff or a prude: I love practical jokes. But members of the press *do not* interfere with events they are covering in their official capacities, while checked in under press credentials of all things. If Denton doesn't formerly apologize to the CES coordinators and the individual exhibitors affected, and then fire each member of his staff involved, he should not retain a single shred of public or industry credibility. Advertisers should boycott, and he should be put out of business, his whole operation.

    Apr 29, 04:06 PM
    This is good the slider metaphor was very annoying and slow to use.

    Mar 24, 03:38 PM
    Just saw the YouTube videos of Steve unveiling OS X at MacWorld.

    So funny at what people cheered for back then like items in the dock magnifying as the cursor goes over them.

    Thankfully, we never get excited about little things like that anymore. :D

    Oct 7, 11:33 PM
    I have not had a single dropped call. I can also finally browse the web without Safari crashing all the time.

    Oh yeah; my dad can take your dad 24/7.....lol:p

    Does Safari come with your BB?:confused:

    Apr 6, 01:34 PM
    for the wife

    preordered for myself the playbook =)

    Rodimus Prime
    Apr 9, 12:06 PM
    Other than keeping applications in self-contained folders, I don't see any of this as copying. Even so, having applications run as self-contained folders isn't even an Apple idea.

    Different Microsoft IE versions for mobile phones, and computers? OH NOES!! :eek:

    Built-in PDF reader?! OMG!! What next, will Windows let you resize windows from all 4 corners rather than.......oh wait, it already does.

    yeah that was my though on it.
    Something like Time Machine was not even an Apple idea to begin with and I know MS has been working on it a very long time.

    I also know the built-in PDF reader has taken so long because of fears with Adobe. Hell to be able to save to PDF in Office MS had to make it an option to download it from them and install it. It could not be installed by default because of Adobe.
    Sounds like MS either is paying Adobe a small fee or they are done being scared. It is not like Acrobat reader is anything more than just a PDF reader. Something the OS as sorely needed built in.

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