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  • aafuss1
    Sep 9, 08:49 PM
    Nice Core 2 performance-just what we need.

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  • BobbyDigital
    Sep 13, 11:20 PM
    Hello everyone! I've been a daily nerd for about 2 years now, but I never took the time to register until today...

    I am definitely going to buy an Apple phone when and if it becomes available. I'm sure they'll get the design and interface right, as they always do. I saw someone post something on here (or maybe it was another recent thread) claiming their friend saw the Apple phone branded as a Samsung at a mobile phone convention just recently (which I totally doubt, they would never bring it out in public before release)... I think they're talking about this phone:
    Samsung SGH-Z610 (

    I love the design of it, but I'm really not sure if Apple would abondon the click wheel on their first step into the cell phone market. One part of me wishes they would go with a full touch screen, but I think the click wheel will make it easier to market to the masses of iPod lovers.

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  • bjdku
    Sep 13, 09:29 PM
    this is definitely a style over da heck do you dial a number with clickwheel?

    of course, if this is a slider phone like chocolate, then this is an awesome design.

    How do you figure this is an awesome design? This is a brainless design! Designing the nano in the first place might have been awesome. But making a nano a phone is hardly a leap of design genius!

    And you mentioned chocolate and awesome design in the same sentence!!!:confused: :confused: :confused:

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  • extraextra
    Sep 26, 10:37 AM
    I'm surprised at all the Cingular hate here. At least in the D.C. area, the word is that they have the best coverage available - better than Verizon, who was the previous benchmark before the merger.

    Me too. I have Cingular and it works great. I mostly hear complaining from people who live outside of big metropolitan cities though, so maybe that's where all these people are from?

    Well, I checked Cingular's map ( and they seem to have fine coverage. Maybe everyone lives in Alaska. :p

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  • MacMan86
    Apr 11, 06:34 AM
    Because the 3rd party device could be in your neighbours house so your neighbour can see or hear anything that is played through AirPlay from your devices without you knowing. And you might be playing stuff that you wouldn't want your neighbour to see.

    That's not quite correct. Yes, the RAOP stream can now be decrypted, but the stream itself goes over your Wi-Fi network. So long as your Wi-Fi network is secure then no one outside the network can touch the stream. And if you haven't got WPA2 set up, you've got far bigger problems than your neighbours watching your homemade p0rn.

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  • zwida
    Sep 10, 05:44 PM
    Then I'll be right back here complaining about how 8 cores isn't enough either.

    I'm with you there. Although I don't do video compression but Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign work, I'm sure Adobe will manage to deliver a version of CS3 that still feels sluggish under 8 cores.

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  • CheeseFrog
    Mar 23, 05:55 PM
    I agree with you. if someone is drunk and is still able to operate the app they could be a hazard if they avoid these points.
    That's GREAT. Call me crazy, but I actually want to know where these streets are that drunks are avoiding so that I can take them and not have to worry about getting t-boned by Drunky McDrunkerton.

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  • twostep665
    Apr 4, 12:12 PM
    Yes, they were running away and unarmed. Read the article before making such an idiotic post.

    If they were running away and unarmed then the security guard was in the wrong.

    Tennessee v Garner says that you cannot shoot an unarmed fleeing felon in the back.

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  • Leoff
    Sep 26, 08:07 AM
    who the hell are cingular? what about orange t-mobile, vodaphone or o2? I guess it's US only again...

    You've gotta love it. You're getting mad at not getting a phone that 1) Doesn't exist yet, 2) May not exist at all, and 3) the US doesn't even have yet.

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  • manosaurus
    Oct 12, 12:49 PM
    They might as well add a Core 2 Duo Mac Book Pro too.

    Nah... Core 2 Duo eMac tomorrow... not the MBP...

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  • vincenz
    Apr 4, 12:33 PM
    From one of the articles:

    "It appeared that the man involved in the shooting might have been shot in the backside."

    All for an Apple product? :eek:

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  • MagnusVonMagnum
    Mar 23, 04:05 PM
    It's quite predictable that when someone fails to prove their baseless arguments in this forum, they resort to the elementary school tactic of name-calling, such as "fanboys". Your "logic" and "scientific evidence" was flawed. Just because others didn't agree with you doesn't make them "fanboys". It just means they found your arguments unfounded.

    It's quite predictable that when someone says something you cannot successively argue with that you will post pages and pages of nonsense instead. You haven't said anything that makes sense in this entire thread (e.g. comparing a monogamous relationship with your wife to exposing your computer to hundreds of millions of computers on the Internet. It makes NO sense and yet there is NO POINT to arguing with that kind of illogical crap because you will defend it with yet more NONSENSE until the end of time itself).

    Furthermore, I wasn't talking to you. You clearly don't even KNOW the definition of a fanboy (it's not an insult, but a description of an emotional archetype type of poster) and then make false accusations of flaming while simultaneously supporting actual flamers like cwt1nospam (whose arguments you conveniently ignored TWICE just like I said). If you cannot "argue" based on all the evidence but just conveniently ignore anything that does not support your argument while attacking with anything that does and then pretending everyone else doesn't exist you've then proven you are not worth conversing with and thus my lack of replies to you. You will now predictably reply with yet more BS nonsense about how great your arguments are and how stupid everything I say is. Sorry, but I'm done playing your games.

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  • Stella
    Apr 19, 06:54 AM
    What else would you expect to hear? No company would just bow down and give up....

    that's because samsung supplies all these companies with parts for their phones. Sue Samsung, risk getting the shaft on internals! We'll see what happens.

    Samsung couldn't pull out on any existing deals, otherwise they'd be in breach of contract.

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  • CalBoy
    Mar 29, 01:01 PM
    I think they need to learn how to do math. How can you have an 18.8% cumulative annual growth rate when your market share goes down from 15.7% to 15.3%?

    iOS will not grow as fast as the rest of the market, so as a portion of the whole, it will shrink slightly.

    The only trouble I have with this prediction is that it assumes Nokia will be able to maintain its lead with handset marketshare as phones continue to evolve.

    Nokia hasn't done well with smartphones, and neither has Windows Mobile (at least compared to Android, Blackberry, and iOS). IDC is predicting that current Nokia owners will move to Nokia smartphones as time goes on. However, I don't think this is a realistic assumption.

    Android and iOS are already seen as the avant-garde of smartphones, and if customers can afford to update their handsets, they're going to want the best, not the mediocre. IDC's predictions would make sense if the transition were to happen instantaneously, but that's not how the world works. People in China, India, and Brazil who find themselves able to afford smartphones in increasing numbers are going to want what is widely perceived as the best or most superior device. For most people, that's either Android or iOS, or possibly Blackberry as a distant third.

    There's also HP's acquisition of Palm to consider. If HP launches a new line of phones and does something to provide a robust series of apps, it would be yet another option that could fork Nokia's current marketshare. If tablets become even more significant to mobile os development, then there is another advantage to iOS and Android (and to a lesser extent RIM).

    I think what's more probable is that Windows Mobile will capture a certain share of current Nokia users, but not all of them. Nokia's strength historically was to produce cheap, reliable, simple phones for billions of people. That's not how the smartphone market is playing out, and both Nokia and Microsoft have never been very good in markets where lowest common denominator didn't win.

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  • JMP
    Apr 30, 01:24 PM
    When the hell are they gonna re-implement spaces !!@$%#^&(&)(#

    I need to be able to assign it to any corner I want !!!

    What the Hell is wrong with them !!!!!!! :mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad::mad:

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  • iMeowbot
    Sep 14, 09:32 AM
    Photokina is a photo convention. Not a computer convention.
    So what? Last year alongside the Photo Plus Expo, Apple introduced Aperture, the quad G5 machines, and the last iteration of PowerBooks.

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  • The Phazer
    Apr 20, 11:17 AM
    Sigh. While the risk is very slight (I don't care about government access - they already have access to the carrier's records with a court order, but in theory this information is useful to a thief - say to identify the home address of a user to flag the home of someone who owned an iPhone and hence is probably worth breaking into their house or even identifying good times to do so given they're out most of the time at work etc), it's far from good that it's there.

    Not least because writing a huge log of this data is silly and pointless and is using up system requirements by doing so. I would assume that the the file has been left in due to nothing more than incompetence (Android doesn't seem to do this sort of tracking, it's not mandatory on the device itself), but if so it is very odd that nobody has noticed this while trying to optimise the code.

    So Apple either left in a bad privacy risk on purpose or audited the code badly for both security and performance. Neither of those options is very palatable.

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  • ChrisTX
    Apr 25, 06:44 PM
    Just purchased the latest refresh of the MacBook Pro to replace a a 2006 model, and couldn't be happier with my purchase. I had a hunch the next refresh would be a case redesign, still no regrets.

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  • ickies
    Sep 19, 03:15 PM
    jeez, thats about 10x what i would have expected.

    a lot of people I have talked to thought that it was "crazy" to expect people to wait 30+mins to download a movie.

    couldn't apple develop something into itunes that lets you watch while it is downloading? is this possible?

    I'm also really surprised by these numbers but that's a really good idea you mentioned!

    If it takes a few minutes to buffer before the movie starts, why not have the option of watching lower-res movie trailers while you wait? If the studios are willing to pay for the advertising, it could even subsidize the purchase a little bit and maybe Apple could knock a buck off the price.

    May 3, 03:00 PM
    Wow, over 160 posts, a glossy monitor on the new iMac, and we haven't had a matte vs. glossy fistfight yet.

    Sep 13, 11:18 PM
    I am holding out on getting a new phone in hopes this will be a universal service phone so I can get it for free from Verizon :)

    Apr 22, 11:26 AM
    I'm amazed that no-one is seeing the very dangerous path we could be heading down here. Will people only see it when it's too late?

    Are we looking into the jaws of the future where you pay, but never OWN anything? Music, Movies, Apps.

    You pay to have the right to listen/watch/use the data.

    The data is never downloaded to your device to do as you wish, it's always held by the owners. or distributors.

    I can see this coming like a flashing red warning sign.

    Well it's not like you've ever owned anything you've purchsed earlier, when you buy a CD you buy a physical object as well but what you're paying for is the right to play it in a private setting.

    After using Spotify as my primary source of music for a couple of years now I can say that I prefer this renting method. Spotify has virtually any song I'd care to listen to and I can listen to them all instantly, and by using a premium subscription I can store up 3333 songs offline per device (very handy when traveling/commuting).

    Sep 5, 09:49 AM
    The store is updated but will show the new content on the 12th i guess, available the day itself.

    Apr 19, 09:27 PM
    but there are ways to make Apple life hell and cause huge amounts of problems with out breaking the contract.

    Examples are shipments get delayed. Takes longer to process orders.
    Apple needs to rush order something and get it quickly..... Guess what not going to happen.
    I have seen the back world of things like this. Samsung can do a lot with out breaking the contract. Apple is gaining a reputation not to be trusted in any way shape or form.

    No. There aren't. Unless they've gone crazy and don't need a $5 billion partner. Money talks. Not hurt feelings over phone patents.

    It really makes no difference. No amount of you wishing hardship on Apple will cause them actual hardship.

    Apple has the iPhone and untouchable mindshare.

    Samsung is a parts supplier that can be replaced.

    Guess who my money's on to come out of this laughing?

    There is only one group who's trust Apple actually needs: consumers.

    Apple's got that locked. As a result, there are always suppliers wanting to cash in. Apple doesn't need their partners. Apple's partners need Apple. It starts with great ideas for great products. That begins with Apple. The rest is logistics.

    Samsung is just sabre-rattling. This in fact, will have ZERO effect on their supply agreements with Apple. It's about a phone. Samsung isn't going to sacrifice their $5+ billion partner when consumers can't get enough of all things Apple. Samsung needs Apple's business.

    With that in mind, the fact that Apple insists on fostering negative energy, launching a law suit, and showing their pro war position to the world, is very revealing of who they are.

    Unable to be a good corporate citizen, unable to satisfy their greed as they rake in more profits than the competition, Apples looking rather desperate. Nothing will ever be enough.

    Are you new?

    They have always been this way. And the result: PROFIT.

    All Apple needs are customers. And they've got no shortage of them. Customers like YOU, for example. You paid for Apple gear, you consent to what they do. You have no cause to complain.

    There is no such thing as a "good corporate citizen." It's competitive and very cutthroat.

    Samsung will not make things difficult for Apple, or covertly enact some form of vengeance by deliberately messing with supply agreements. That is simply inviting more legal trouble. This is a PHONE issues, NOT a supply agreement issue.