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  • Hallivand
    Apr 6, 04:49 AM
    So an app advertises an app for advertising more apps.

    Nice one Apple.

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  • robbieduncan
    Sep 26, 02:46 AM
    Why would Apple logically develop a piece of software that uses the graphics card when I have four processors - many others have two - begging to be worked. I guess I never understood the logic of using Core Image to power this thing.

    I think that's because you don't understand how CoreImage is meant to work (I'm not saying how it does work for you). When you write an ImageUnit to run in CoreImage you are not targeting a particular processor at all (be that CPU, GPU or some future co-processor). You write your code in a special language and it gets compiled into a kind of 50% compiled code. CoreImage will then run this on the GPU or any of the available CPUs using whichever it thinks will be fastest at that time.

    You can read about it here (http://developer.apple.com/macosx/coreimage.html), see Parallel Execution around half way down.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 16, 05:59 PM
    Apple has by far the most restrictive ecosystem. You can't even load applications that are not approved by Apple.

    Ahhhh.... dude... the only Apps that don't really get approved are ones that do things that can cause security risks or just plain trying to steal your information.

    Yeah, I know... there are also Apps that break the rules and get axed, but for the most part, my first point is true. Any legitimate application can get approved.

    If you keep up with Android apps, security is one of the their problems. Open? Yes... risky? Yes.

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  • Rt&Dzine
    Apr 22, 09:49 AM
    +1 I'm all for it!

    teach our kids why rome fell etc.



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  • mechamac
    Sep 12, 07:28 AM
    Didn't Lion's Gate mention the movie store in some recent internal conference? I doubt we'll be seeing just the iTunes Disney & Pixar Movie Store today. Fewer studios than we might like, but I can't imagine they'd launch without, y'know, a couple movies for grownups.

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  • balamw
    Apr 27, 07:04 PM
    My sources.. well, my main sources is the Apple documentation (all of it), then theres books and all the same stuff than most developers learn from. And.. no I haven't read all of the books, nor watch every video but I will.

    Again with the lack of specificity. :rolleyes:

    Being specific is a huge part of learning how to program, because computers only do what you tell them to do. (As you should have learned just by living through this thread).

    It's not essential to read every page of every book, but certain books are good at explaining particular concepts. Others, less so.

    Telling us specifically which resources got you in this mess, can help us point you at the relevant portions of the resources you already have at your disposal. It also can help us the next newbie who doesn't know a method from an object instance, by pointing them to different resources to avoid your mistakes.

    For example, if we know you have access to Kochan's book we could be more specific and say: "Go back and re-read Chapter 3 on "Classes, Objects and Methods"" instead of a more generic "step back and learn the fundamentals".

    No, self refers to the instance of the object that is executing the currently running code.

    Which Nekbeth might actually know if they took the time to learn something about objects, for example from said Chapter 3 in Kochan. For me, it remains the best description of objects I have read.



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  • Winni
    Mar 29, 07:20 AM
    Good. I'm all in favor of Apple adding more incentives for devs to embrace the Mac App store. As a consumer I really like the idea of an App Store that makes buying and installing as easy as one click as well as fostering competition between comparable apps.

    Yes, the AppStore makes it (too) easy to comfortably spend money.

    But as a consumer, I HATE the fact that I cannot sell the software that I purchased in the AppStore once I don't need or want it anymore. You know, this is my LEGAL RIGHT here in Germany, and with stuff bought from the AppStore, I don't have the possibility to execute this right because the AppStore does not have an option to transfer licenses to a new owner.

    Valve's Steam platform has the same limitation, so sadly this is not unique to Apple's store.

    This is why DRMed content should always be boycotted. DRM is not about granting the customer certain rights, it is exclusively about restricting his rights. In this case even to the extent to deny a customer his legal rights.

    I don't have a problem with traditional license keys. That's a copy protection mechanism that I can tolerate. Activation procedures are already problematic (they are unreliable at best), but to dongle software to a specific user account in an online store without enabling the user to transfer that software to a different account should be prohibited by law.

    It'll be their loss, especially since competitors like MS will follow suit and introduce a similar distribution model. Eventually everyone will be in the game, for the the simple reason that they'd like to duplicate Apple's success.

    1. You intentionally ignored the point that referred to Apple's Terms of Service. For example, applications like VMWare Fusion, Parallels Desktop or even SuperDuper! could never be distributed through the Mac AppStore because they belong in a category that Apple does not ALLOW in their AppStore. As a matter of fact, even their own Xcode violates their TOS. But they wouldn't be Apple if the same rules also applied to themselves...

    2. There won't be a Microsoft AppStore for Windows INTEGRATED INTO WINDOWS. EVER. Why? Because they can't for LEGAL reasons. Anti-trust lawsuits, anyone? Microsoft would only get away with that if they implemented a "choose your AppStore" program that would let the people choose which online store they want to use - just like they had to do it for the web browsers. I think that Apple should also be forced to do the same. After all, there is at least one other "AppStore" for the Mac out there that is even OLDER than Apple's own AppStore, and Apple misuses their power to drive those guys out of business. People stopped using Netscape when Internet Explorer came pre-installed on the operating system. Now people will not even try to look for another online store when the AppStore and iTunes are pre-installed on their computers. The same thing. The same rules should apply to Apple as they obviously apply to Microsoft.

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  • ChazUK
    May 3, 02:57 PM
    Absolute BS.

    Amazon Market may be the answer as I doubt they'd feel the need to buckle to carriers. Good thing that no one is taking my portable hotspot feature from my Nexus. :D

    Edit: To clarify, the "BS" from my opinion comes from carriers ability to restrict applications on a third party Market (Android Market).


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  • Applejuiced
    Apr 29, 10:59 PM
    Update. it started working again for me on IE9 and I didnt do anything.
    Maybe something the Admin updated on their end.

    Ok 15 minutes after this post it started kicking me back to the main forum section again:D
    I give up:D

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  • baummer
    Mar 17, 11:49 AM
    bunch of haters. In a society where our own government is the biggest crook of all , you all have the nerve to jump down this guy's throat because of someone else's mistake!?!?

    Plus, if you have ever been to a best buy, employees jump on and off registers all the time without logging off first. They will never know which employee did it.

    also consider that this was this guy's karma coming back to him. He did good and now he is getting rewarded.

    Plus if this cashier is dumb enough to mistake $230 for $500 plus tax then does Best Buy really want him working register and relying on customer honesty to save his job?

    I say, im glad you got an iPad2 for $230. ENjoy it because it will probably never happen again!

    I fail to see how your comparison to the government has anything to do with this particular issue. The mistake goes both ways. The employee erroneously accepted $230. The purchaser, and OP of this thread, didn't pay the balance, knowingly. Both are at fault. The purchaser knew he still owed a balance, and took it upon himself to exit without paying the balance. As far as I am concerned, there is a balance owed.


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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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  • twoodcc
    Apr 1, 10:48 AM
    i hope that title isn't too long.

    anyway, i'm finally getting out of this place and going back to my apartment tomorrow. so right now i have basically no folding output, but will get everything back up when i get back.

    i found out from a friend that my power did go out a day after leaving to come here. i had everything setup and running perfect when i left, and bam! the power flickers and everything went down. i almost wanted to drive 14 hours back!

    but instead i got another i7 system, which gives me 3 total. i should have them up and running hopefully by saturday.

    i should be good for at least 70-75 PPD. i've been having problems with one of my i7 rigs, so only 2 of them will be doing the bigadv units until i have time to work on it.

    but it still should be my best output yet.


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  • roadbloc
    Apr 9, 06:11 PM
    A lot of the 'rumours' you posted are nonsense. Windows 8 will not and will never be unix based
    This, however I think the poster who first suggested it was joking, taking the mick out of the OP for suggesting every Windows 8 feature is a copy of a OS X feature.

    Both OS's have copied each other's features many times. It isn't just OS X that copies off Windows.

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  • MacRumors
    Aug 1, 08:37 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Macworld.co.uk reports (http://www.macworld.co.uk/news/index.cfm?NewsID=15415&Page=1&pagePos=3) that Apple has provided an intial response to Norway's Consumer Council regarding Apple's Digital Rights Management and the terms of service in Apple's iTunes Music store.

    The contents of the response are not yet public, but Macworld.co.uk claims that "the contents of the letter could determine the future of the iTunes music store in Norway, Sweden and Denmark."

    The initial complaint filed (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/06/20060606203834.shtml) was based on Apple's Digital Rights Management protection that accompanies every iTunes song sold. Apple's DRM reportedly violates the Norwegian Copyright Act because the songs can only be played on Apple's iPod.

    The French legislature recently received (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/06/20060630152628.shtml) a lot of attention for trying to pass a similar law in France. There was speculation that Apple would withdraw iTunes from France if the law came into effect. In the end a softened version of the law passed in France and has had no immediate effects on Apple iTunes France.


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  • Young Spade
    May 4, 03:01 AM
    Meh, overall I dont' agree with them taking out applications that allow for tethering. Yes it is against the "rules" but I also don't agree that I should be charged to spend the data I'm already paying for a different way than they intend for me to use it.

    I have the Nexus 1 and luckily ATT has no direct control over the phone as it's sold through Google and I'm allowed to use the built in tethering application at no charge to me. I don't wirelessly tether often but it does come in handy when I'm in class and there's no wifi or when I'm out or riding in the car.

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  • crap freakboy
    Jan 5, 05:43 PM
    Excellent work MR.
    Stops me sneaking a look before the stream is available.
    Now I can watch after the kids and 'er indoors are asleep.


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  • reflex
    Nov 16, 04:24 PM
    Very interesting! :D

    I have a test so tell me what the updates are when I get back. :p

    I'm sure it'll be all over MacRumors if anything new is released :)

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  • Swift
    Jan 6, 09:15 AM
    Sad to say, I think the Quicktime feeds were great, but even back when you were a tiny minority, you had to be lucky in getting on the Akamai bandwagon, and the stream was prone to big glitches. When Quicktime 7 (or was it 6?) came out, Steve wanted the HD treatment, and the audience got so big that the server charges would just be too large, and the whole operation questionable.

    But I was at the Apple store when the G5 was announced, and it's that G5 that I got six months later. As for the excellent marketing idea of having the announced products available for sale, I think the perceived need for secrecy interferes too much with that. If they were shipping new Macs or iPods throughout the chain in the week before MacWorld, how long before some guy's cell phone takes a picture that ends up on, er, MacRumors?


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  • Kieranic
    Nov 10, 03:44 AM
    I got it for the Xbox 360 yesterday at 8am (in the mail, that was still like 12ish hours before US because I'm in New Zealand) :)

    I got the Hardened Edition and I like the game so far. Will still play Modern Warfare 2 occasionally.

    Apr 24, 01:54 PM
    I am looking forward to the demise of the optical drive.

    It was sad to see Norio Ohga pass away.

    Apr 26, 06:51 PM
    If not, then step back and learn some Objective-C basics.

    Careful. The OP doesn't like to hear that. :)

    Jul 21, 10:33 PM
    At 0:42 he changes his grip to hold the phone to holding it with just his fingers and the signal rises again. It looks like his fingertips are touching the lower left of the phone. If you do this on the iPhone 4 and bridge the antenna gap, you don't regain signal.

    Looks to me like they're trying to pass off the problem of bridging the antenna gap on the iPhone as the same as blocking the antenna with your whole hand on all phones. All phones have the latter problem... But that's not the issue here.

    This is exactly what they're doing. All phones will drop bars if held certain way yes. But there's no phones that will drop a call if touched with a single finger in a certain spot. I love everything else about the phone, but phone part of it is impossible to use, I dropped at least 10 calls today!

    Apr 29, 02:05 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.

    Aug 1, 02:06 PM
    I was just flabbergasted by the statement that we scandinavians are supposed to be the happiest people in the world. If my memory serves me correct we also have the highest suicidal rates in the world too... and THAT is before we stood to lose iTMS ;)

    See he gets it!!!!

    He is one of the few people who (if he lives in Scandinavia, needs to be granted amnesty, and sent to a happier place!) actually understands how it is there...

    He is telling the truth, but I didn't want to bring up the suicidal rates in those countries and how the youth is just rotting away... But hey, now that he did...

    I am sure they don't spend their money on iPods or iTunes, but rather crack and weed... After all their lives suck... so...

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