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    May 3, 09:26 PM
    Oh ya. Lets see where they go.

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  • Peace
    Apr 15, 12:30 PM
    Using aluminum would hinder the cellular reception wouldn't it ?

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  • donbluto
    Aug 2, 05:41 AM
    I don't feel threatened or harmed, this is not a crusade for me. I would much rather have the consumer council go after Microsoft, don't get me wrong. The point is that the ongoing case against Apple is viewed as a benchmark test for this law, and if the consumer council wins it is expected that they will grab several other international companies by the nuts. Go figure.

    Where I think you go wrong is the effects (or lack thereof) you think this will have on iTMS worldwide. There is in fact a potential domino effect here, even though we hardly even count in the big picture. And we don't, I realize that. But what if countries that count a wee bit more than we do follow up on this if Apple lose?

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  • RawBert
    Mar 24, 03:33 PM
    I remember the first time I saw OS X at CompUSA in Burbank. I fell in love and that's when I became a MacHead.

    OS X Birthday Party tonight at my place! Drugs, girls and booze... :)
    *Adults only*

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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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  • Donz0r
    Jan 9, 03:40 PM
    Nice theory there, but out here in California, Pacific Standard Time, that wouldn't make a bit of sense as the time for the posting of the keynote.

    In fact 9:41am PST is nearly the exactly time during the keynote that Steve announced the ****.

    ...You suck.

    Honestly, you and the other person that mentioned it suck.

    Thanks for ruining this.

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  • Stridder44
    Oct 10, 08:22 PM
    No guys it's coming out for reals this time. Just go down the isle with the MacBooks with C2D's in them. If you pass Duke Nukem Forever you've gone too far though.

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  • bilbo--baggins
    Oct 17, 11:13 AM
    It's VHS vs. BETAMAX all over again. Hopefully this time, the superior technology will prevail.

    Nope. Cheap always prevails when it comes to marketshare. The average consumer is fairly thick, when they walk along the aisles at Walmart and wonder which one to chuck in their shopping trolley the majority will go for the cheapest.

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  • ErikGrim
    Apr 11, 09:29 PM
    Actually its the other way around. Windows 7 has leap frogged apple in terms of functionality, UI and usability.

    Apple needs to play catch up by adding some features to OSX.:o

    Working with both Windows and Mac OS X every day for the last two decades you have no idea how utterly wrong this statement is.

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  • twoodcc
    Jul 30, 11:54 PM
    i know! it cant be that hard to write some support for it can it? just support some of the later ones even.

    yeah you would think that. maybe some day

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  • jbuck777
    Apr 16, 03:00 AM
    iPhone did nothing new. It just took some popular features and combined them. It was more of a game changer due to it being made by apple.

    I think you should go watch the keynote of 2007... the iPhone's introduction. I watched it the other day cause I had a little too much time to kill and felt like seeing where we came from.

    You don't realize just how incredible the iPhone is until you look back at what we came from.... go ahead, watch it.

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  • Hellhammer
    Apr 22, 07:31 AM
    All seems rather silly to me.

    Over the years, there must have been 85 threads on some type of reputation/like/thanks system and it's always been shot down (thankfully). What changed?

    Remember that this is just a test. Maybe Arn and others want to try it out and see how it works. In the future they can then say that it was tried but it didn't work out that well.

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  • gugy
    Nov 16, 12:39 PM
    this is totally bull. Apple is in no position to stab Intel in their back at this time. Plus, Intel is being very reliable delivering on schedule the chips Apple needs. Maybe in few years if their relationship deteriorate I might consider seeing Apple moving into AMD. But it is not happening anytime soon.

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  • NebulaClash
    Apr 29, 01:37 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.

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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 6, 08:16 AM
    This smells like Google. :(

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  • fastlane1588
    Sep 12, 07:50 AM
    yeah, yesterday.. event is over my friend.. where u been?

    u missed Steve launch off in his iSpaceShip to iMoon :D
    oh cool! yea i just realized i did the time change the wrong way

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    Dec 4, 07:40 PM
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  • Lacero
    Sep 8, 10:11 AM
    And apparently a complete moron when it comes to politics.He'll be in good company.

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  • GoKyu
    Apr 29, 07:05 PM
    When I read the subject, I got a little hopeful...when I saw the screenshot showing Spaces/Expos�, I really thought the "UI tweak" was that they'd let us use the old Spaces if we wanted to.

    Guess not, it's still that b******ized Mission Control...

    Sep 25, 12:05 PM
    I hope that we'll all be pleased with the improved DB code for searching, keywords, etc. It always seemed to me that THIS was the major failure of Aperture. It's RAW onscreen conversions were never bad in terms of speed, given the amount of processing that was going on. But the old DB searchs of 15 seconds (with NO conversions!) always implied poorly written code/bad code design.

    With 1.5 and the expanding list of supported computers, it appears that the Aperture team finally cleaned up this mess. Hopefully the result will be a pleasant surprise for all.

    Here's my earlier post where I talked more about keyword imprivements, esp the new "no" keyword option which was MY major gripe for such a minor issue:


    Dec 13, 08:22 PM
    For what its worth, when I was at Radio Shack last week talking to the guy about the iPhone trade-in program, he mentioned they were told the iPhone 5 (iPhone 5 being my words) was going to be 4G compatible. I assumed he meant on AT&T and in June 2011. I thought it was odd he would know any details 6 months in advance of release, but perhaps he was briefed because the launch was imminent.

    May 3, 03:12 PM
    1. Root
    2. XDA Forum
    3. Side load
    4. ???
    5. Winning.

    At that point, why not use a jailbroken iPhone?

    Android kind of loses it charm.

    Mar 28, 10:16 PM
    ...insanely cheesy.

    they are such a rich, powerful and successful company. They are acting like a company desperate for each small advantage, which is not the way they have acted in the past.

    For example, in the past they created great apps and then included them for free in the os releases (imovie, iweb, etc.) Now this may have seemed like bad business because they could have charged for them, but they increased the utility of the computer and helped (over the long term) sales.

    Now they could do something similar here, by not taking the immediate, money enhancing stance, instead do the thing that will strengthen the PLATFORM. Reward the very best software, that which enhances the value of the company's computers. No. Instead they do a cheesy move, where they use it as some kind of ploy to get developers to use the app store. Its not the typical "high road", long term, high quality approach I expect from Apple. It is a low road, short term, low quality approach. Why the change?

    Apr 29, 03:03 PM
    That was actually fixed in the build before this one.

    Ah, okay. Guess I just didn't notice it till this build. :)

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