Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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  • AidenShaw
    Oct 4, 06:01 AM
    They might get laughed at but apple will be the ones laughing when their the first to debut santa rosa with 800mhz fsb and nand flash. Hopefully this is whats going to happen
    Apple won't be first, they'll either announce the same day as HP/Dell/Lenovo/Acer/Asus/... - or they'll announce later.

    With Yonah, Merom, Woodcrest and Conroe, the pattern has been "later".

    At some point the consumer experience is not appreciably improved by processor improvements. Except for media processing intensive applicatons, we are there.

    That alone ia an amazing statement for the Apple platform.

    Can any other platform say that or even promise that any time within 2 years?
    Windows and Linux are running on the same platform, and both have proven SMP capabilities far beyond what Apple is selling.

    Most of the quad and octo systems at IDF were running XP, W2K3, or Vista. None were running OSX.

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  • mouthster
    Sep 25, 11:21 AM
    Just FYI, I'm running Aperture with 17k+ images on an iMac 24" 2.1ghz G5 - sometimes slow, but heck i'm doing it and drooling over the 1.5 update


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  • Lord Blackadder
    Aug 8, 12:20 AM
    You can't charge your batteries that way either, at least nowhere near full. ;)

    Regenerative braking is a small supplement at best. Yes, every bit helps, but currently the best diesel cars meet or exceed hybrid fuel economy and their carbon footprint is arguably no worse.

    My opinion is that parallel hybrids are a technological dead end in the long term. Series hybrids might be part of the long term plan for stretching our fossil fuels but even those are not a -solution- to the problem. The solution is going to be either (in order of probability) biodiesel, hydrogen-powered cars or full electrics backed by a totally renewable power generation infrastructure.

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  • vincenz
    Apr 8, 12:55 PM
    I wonder what the special promotion is.

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  • tdhurst
    Jan 10, 05:10 PM
    Wow...and the world wonders why the tech blogger crowd is having a hard time being taken seriously as journalists.

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  • QuarterSwede
    Apr 25, 01:30 PM
    The first picture is fake, that's beyond the question. Look at the iCal icon � it's much too wide. From this angle, it should be rather taller than wider. The other icons look out of shape too.
    I don't see it. Holding my iPhone at nearly the same angle and about the same distance they look identical.

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  • jonharris200
    Nov 24, 04:59 AM
    Just one more thing that's US-only (iTunes TV shows, movies, etc etc). Here in UK there is never an Apple Store sale (except refurbs) as far as I have seen.


    So ... enjoy your US black Friday savings, even if they are only small ones!

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  • themadrussian
    Mar 18, 12:38 AM
    And your point is?

    You said public perception overrides performance. I believe that in your case, specifically with the Inspire, that you are incorrect. The iPhone 4 is absolutely capable of outperforming the Inspire, especially in upload speeds. Theoretically the Inspire should trounce the iPhone 4 in download speeds but I have yet to see a speedtest or review that shows its download speeds at any level which the iPhone cannot match (over real world HSPA 7.2 speeds, which are consistently in the neighborhood or 3-6 Mbps depending on location and network congestion). The fastest Inspire 4G test I've seen was 4.5 Mbps, a download speed that the iPhone 4 reaches with extreme ease.

    There are intangible elements involved in smartphone operating system preference and of course, people should buy what makes them happy. The fact is, people like the way iOS works. A lot of people do. There's a reason it's widely emulated. There are advantages and disadvantages to every phone and every OS - the iPhone 4 lacks some features that some people would value greatly (removable storage, replaceable battery, larger screen, hardware keyboard, OTA OS updates, ability to install applications from any site/APK) but personally (and this is key here, personally) I prefer its overall experience to that of Android and WP7. I have spent a great deal of time using an Android phone (HTC Droid Incredible) on a regular basis, as well as occasional use of an HTC HD7 (WP7), and I can say firmly that iOS and the iPhone 4 provide the best combination of high quality hardware (and superior battery life) and simple, efficient, and fast software.

    My point is - it's not some mass-media brainwashing that makes people like (or even love) their iPhones. They are very nice phones running a very nice, mature operating system.

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  • Appel
    Apr 29, 04:19 PM
    Holy ****. Ical looks so f gross.

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  • dethmaShine
    May 2, 12:37 PM
    My only question is:

    If there was a study that was conducted some time back [more than 2 months back] and got Apple to investigate the issue seriously, why did Apple wait for another study OR another media non-sense to acknowledge the bugs and report to the consumers?

    Why did Apple not rectify the problem before? Did Apple already knew about these features or are they simply getting with this crap by calling them "bugs"?

    To be honest, this is probably the first time I'm feeling that Apple was trying to play with the consumers privacy and trust. I think Apple just fooled us.


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  • ciTiger
    Apr 29, 03:57 PM
    More great news I hope!

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  • Bistroengine
    Apr 5, 05:06 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    first-chill!, second-chill a little more, third-am i not within my own rights to call something as i see it?or is that reserved solely for you?the choice of words i use are just that my choice so take your opinion about me elsewhere as after some thought iv decided I couldn't care any less what you say.

    Yes, you have the right to your own opinion and I am quite chilled, thank you. Also, I never directly made a comment about you or your character as I really don't know you at all and I can safely say I have no opinion of you one way or the other.

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  • PlayRadioPlay
    Apr 5, 03:36 PM
    A few hundred advertising majors will download this app, and that's it.

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  • citizenzen
    Apr 23, 12:44 PM

    Thanks CM.

    I'd gotten tired of asking bassfingers to back up his assertions with evidence.

    His posts are often short-cited.

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  • dejo
    Apr 27, 01:01 PM
    Yes, that's exactly what I want to accomplish dejo.
    Good. Now we're getting somewhere.

    Please, enlighten me .. what is the difference between the countdown-timer and NSTimer?
    Let me ask you this: what do you think the difference is?

    I though you must use NSTimer to get a countdown or count up timer.
    Using an NSTimer is certainly a common approach to the problem of modeling a countdown timer, but it's certainly not the only one. Because the timer is tied to the main run loop, it is not guaranteed to actually fire every second (in your case). In that case, perhaps the use of NSDate to keep track of seconds elapsed would be a better approach.

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  • Yamcha
    Apr 29, 10:17 PM
    I just installed Mac OS X Lion DP2 on my Hackintosh, and I love it, its amazing, the experience is a lot better then Snow Leopard, only had the opportunity to use it for a while, still fooling around with stuff..

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  • eawmp1
    May 5, 02:32 PM
    "Do you have the household cleaners in the house, and are they locked up and out of reach of your child?"

    "Do you have the guns in the house, and are do they have trigger locks and/or are they locked up and out of reach of your child?"

    That one elicits a defensive, paranoid response while the other doesn't says more about the parent than the doctor.

    The NRA has so brainwashed their members that the boogeyman is gonna confiscate their guns that there has to be some hidden agenda in questions about firearms. The doctor are not turning you into some database, I promise. We just care about the safety of your child/

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  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 07:42 AM
    They'll release iTunes 7.0 with "iTunes Store" in it's place and it will all come back online after the event.

    which is what I figured.. hehe

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  • iJohnHenry
    Mar 4, 10:16 AM
    (edit) In case anyone thinks I have said anything mean about FP's wife, keep in mind the only thing I know about her is that she's a teacher in a union.

    And the fact that she married 5P. ;)

    Apr 15, 12:47 PM
    I hope this is true... I really would like to have a more rugged case design on the iPhone (planning on getting the next version). I had the 3G iPhone and the back plate always felt flimsy / fragile.

    For the antenna - could the antenna placement be put near the apple logo on the back (maybe that is plastic) or -- might there be enough antenna surface to receive through the front?

    I also wonder if they could tie an antenna to the bezel on the front of the phone, or integrate it into the aluminum enclosure on the back. Not knowing metallurgy, I am not sure if there is a way to turn aluminum to a receptive material or could the case be of an aluminum alloy to allow reception?

    May 4, 06:38 AM
    love the ad, truly a great device. a year ago everyone joke about the name but now people see the true side of the device what it could actually do.

    No I still think the name is funny :D

    iMajic would have been better if just to bother the trolls. ;)

    Sun Baked
    Mar 23, 07:04 PM
    LOL, if you really feel that bad about it my PayPal address is rtdgoldfish@gmail.com. I won't say no. :DYou'd probably only say no if some of the people expected to "borrow" your body for that $5 a pop. ;)


    Likely somebody that knew you had it and wanted it, hence the targeted break in. :(

    And since it seems like a neighbor took it, it shows that they are an idiot.

    Time to break out the video camera for evidence.

    Edit: if a kid took it, sue the parents if they do not make good on damages and return the merchandise. Should only need that video tape for a small claims case.

    Apr 13, 02:07 PM
    It was so obvious that the little girl was carrying a weapon of mass destruction.

    Jan 12, 06:28 PM
    Look, people--

    There is nothing amazingly new or innovative technology-wise in the iPhone. Everything in it has been done before, and it does not even employ some of the latest (3G) features that its competition does.

    Niether did the original iPod. Grasshopper, go and learn from Thread #500. People thought that product was "crippled" by high price and no new technology ("An overpriced HDD-based mp3 player with a B&W LCD display? Who cares?").

    I predict that Apple will have 20% of the entire cell phone market and 50+% of the high-end communication device within three years of its June release. That will mean 150-200 million units.

    In the intervening six months before formal release, or shortly thereafter, some of the smaller issues will be attended to (like the ability to at least open and review MS files, sync'ing issues, interfacing w/iTunes Store, what have you). The rest won't matter.

    Apple does not sell products, people. They sell personal productivity, great user experiences, wow and chic. This phone phone meets all of those criteria. For consumer devices like these, a streamlined and intuitive user experience is like money in the bank. The only thing innovative about the iPod is the stupid click-wheel, and yet 75% of the ENTIRE aac/mp3 player market is controlled by ONE COMPANY. The one with the click-wheel.

    So it is with this product. If the final build quality of the unit proves durable, reliable, and cosmetically superior, and the unit functions as billed, it will not only make a huge forray into that giant market, but essentially create a new one.

    Right now, the "smartphone" is really a piece of business equipment. Apple just invented the quintessential "consumer" version of the same product. It doesn't matter that it is expensive or lacks some high-end features. If is actually works as effortlessly and seamlessly as billed, it will become another cultural icon. Apple marketing will see to it that everyone on the planet is aware of how "cool" this device is.

    I'm glad to be on record here. I hope that when this thread is reviewed three years from now, everyone is talking about the foolish naysayers of Thread #3245138 (or whatever this one is).

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