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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    Apr 27, 12:34 AM
    Stop taking my words out of context and twisting them to your advantage...

    I never said that but I would be suspicious of said human

    I'm confused. What part of his stance should we sympathize with if we were in his shoes?

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  • smugDrew
    Apr 14, 03:51 AM
    I heard the iphone 5 is delayed because the HTC Sensation has sent Apple back to the drawing board.

    Spamming Fandroid.

    I'm happier with a late 2011 release for iPhone 5.

    Will be out of cash after buying MBA'11 and overseas holidays anyway ;)

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  • rmwebs
    Apr 26, 12:37 PM
    I guess they could build it into iTunes in some fairly fluid way, but still.

    Yay....more itunes bloat! They really need to ditch iTunes all together. It's turned into a piece of crap.

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  • !� V �!
    Apr 28, 05:24 PM
    Here's another way to slice it (literally). Flipped half the image. Left the guidelines on this one as well.

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    I agree that this is no substitute for measuring the actual phone, but, at least in that photo, they are identical. Certainly not off by 1mm as the original post states.

    Everyone knows that black is always "slimming." :eek::p;):D

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  • grant6923
    Apr 14, 09:13 PM
    Just updated�Now having a problem with people hearing me. If i use speaker phone they can hear me just fine. I have done a voice memo, and it sounds like I'm being recorded at half volume. Anyone else having this problem :mad:

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  • bella92108
    Jun 6, 07:53 PM
    As usual American's (yeah I'm American) love to blame someone for their own responsibility. It's so weird how people on here fight for freedom from the lockdowns that Apple puts on it's developers, freedoms from the limitations and restrictions Apple puts on the iPhone (hence why people jailbreak). Yet when a parent doesn't take accountability for their absence of judgement and legal obligation to be responsible for their child, everyone goes off on Apple for not having the protections in place to prevent this?

    There are so many hypocrites in this country, probably because nobody wants to take accountability for their own actions. What if it were a gun. If the parent left it on the night stand with a bullet in it, and the kid picked it up and shot & killed someone, would you all be blaming the maker of the gun? No, you'd be going after the parents for failure to supervise their kid which led to actions causing someone's death.

    So why is it different here?

    IT'S NOT.

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  • Nielsenius
    Apr 16, 09:42 AM
    I just want to point out that there is an apparent disparity between the new Finder view options (icons, Cover Flow, etc) and the "Select File" view options. It would seem that either Apple forgot to change the slider look in the selection window, or they mistakenly changed it in Finder.

    One more change I noticed is Preview quitting after exiting the last open Preview window. I love this particular change because having that Preview icon in the dock always bugged me.

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  • Setok
    Apr 14, 07:22 AM
    What would be easy to accomplish would be making universal apps that combine the iPhone, iPad and Mac version in one app bundle. Say, download "OmniFocus Universal", which starts the Mac version on the Mac, the iPad version on iPad, the iPhone version on iPhone/iPod touch. Would only make sense when combining Mac App Store and iOS App Store someway while keeping the syncing of the iOS devices in iTunes.

    Think one step further. Why break it up? One device that can work both in Mac (desktop) mode and in touch mode, with apps having UIs for both.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 13, 02:52 PM
    Waiting for Apple Microwave Rev B.

    LOL! The iWave!

    Listen to music while nuking your soup!

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  • Apple OC
    Apr 24, 07:24 PM
    If he still has "parts" down there ... he belongs in the Men's washroom

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  • Megakazbek
    Apr 13, 09:59 AM
    Wouldn't it be helpful to see a Gmail-style snippet of your new emails visible when you unlock your phone? Or possibly a small calendar display so you can see at a glance that there's a meeting you're booked into later? I guess it might be difficult to integrate these things without dramatically reducing the space visible for apps but I can imagine a lot of people having a use for this kind of functionality and Apple is denying people the choice at the moment.
    I think it may be useful for the lock screen. For home screen I don't think it's much more effective than just launching separate apps to look at mail or calendar.
    Anyway, I don't think that it's bad to have widgets or customization, I just think that it's not that important. It will make iOS better, but only a tiny bit better, it won't be any huge step forward.

    I still don't quite understand why people are so averse to the idea of a visible file system
    It gives too much irrelevant information and it's too easy to make it messy.
    For example, if I run Word on PC and click open file, then it will show me the whole filesystem with thousands of browseable folders, but only few of them actually contain any Word documents. Ideally, what I should be able to see instead is list of all Word documents on my computer and all connected devices in a very organized way that makes it easy to find any document in less than a second. I shouldn't care that one part of a report is in my local folder, another part is on flash drive and some other part is written by another dude and is on a network server, but file system wants me to care of these irrelevant things. I can think of hundreds other examples where file system gets in the way of organization and productivity. Basically, it's not the best way to manage documents and media and it should be superseded by something entirely different. And IMHO for Apple moving forward is so principal that they are willing to reject archaic ways of doing some things even if it's currently the ONLY way of doing them. Apple is like - do it the best way or don't do it at all.

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  • tktaylor1
    Apr 24, 09:14 AM
    I just found that the person that was beat up was transgender and this was a hate crime. How come this is not all over the news? I guess hate crimes are okay now by black people but if a white person did this it would be the end of the world.

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  • Chundles
    Jul 25, 10:26 AM
    Anyone want to comment on the images I posted higher up on this page? Hopefully the regular Mighty Mouse will be getting the zoom functionality etc with an update to the MM drivers.

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  • hulugu
    Dec 1, 03:37 PM
    So many Mac users are completely ignorant and oblivious to the fact that their Mac is, contrary to popular belief, not that secure in some respects. Many Mac zealots and apologists will tout how bullet-proof OS X is, how it's nothing like Windows, how it's amazingly secure - well, it isn't in some cases.

    Yep, Artie MacStrawman (, I hate that guy.

    Apple's response is, I think, much more important than the MOKB finding a handful of vulnerabilities in OSX, if they address the problem quickly and respond accordingly with a good Security Update, than I think we can still be relatively assured that OSX is safe. We'll also have to see how quickly various black-hats respond to Vista.

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  • Inkling
    Oct 23, 02:46 PM
    All this messiness is why when I go Intel, I'll be looking at running the one Windows application I need--FrameMaker--under WINE/Crossover. No Windows code is necessary and thus no problem with licenses, legalities or paying Microsoft up to $300.

    And since WINE/Crossover isn't Windows, merely letting Windows applications run under OS X, it isn't troubled by the 200,000 Windows viruses, trojans etc. lurking out there.

    Lawsuits for violating some badly written EULA aren't your worst nightmare. Windows on your Mac means Windows viruses on your Mac and that's your worst nightmare.

    More on Wine/Crossover at Codeweavers:

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  • Eriden
    Mar 15, 08:24 AM
    Line at the Spectrum is now at about 20 people.

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  • cloud 9
    Aug 17, 10:33 AM
    Don't forget this is a preview. I don't think we're seeing the full picture yet.

    it's true i know :-)

    the complicater a os becomes the harder it is to create a descent consistent ui, so i'm really curious :)

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  • mattcube64
    Jan 29, 12:44 AM

    I *just* opened this a few minutes ago. My girlfriend got it for me for my birthday. I absolutely love it... wanted one for a while. :)

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  • fk51785
    Oct 21, 03:23 PM

    Either one ...

    May 4, 12:52 AM
    Verizon in store rep told me that their version will be out in September

    Sep 30, 08:31 AM
    Sadly, as long as the Apple fanboys continue to flock to the iPhone unconditionally AT&T will have little to no reason to upgrade the quality of their service.

    Apr 29, 02:53 PM
    Katy Perry's "E.T.", Jennifer Lopez's "On the Floor" and Lady Gaga's "Born This Way."

    If those are the songs Amazon is selling then Apple doesn't need to worry about losing my business. :D

    Apr 30, 01:02 AM
    What doesn't Amazon sell? toilet paper, tampons, tooth paste, and it is worth 80 billion, when it should be worth 1 billion. It is an uninspired discounter, like online-Walmart.

    On Amazon you can buy used comic books, used read softcover novels, used 10 year old PaperMate pens, it is like a giant flea market.

    They need sales and prestige to keep up their scam.

    High valuations should belong to high tech companies. Amazon says the Kindle is their heart, when it represents less than 0.1% of its sales.

    On Amazon they sell fertilizer made from dung.

    Apple is instead a high tech company. It makes money by selling high advanced technology.

    Unlike Amazon, which has no research and development budget (how much research do you need to carry Q-tips and tampons?), Apple is not a scam. It is what it says it ism a high tech edge company. Amazon says the same, but it is sad flea market selling dirty used bird feeders.

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    As noted by the Los Angeles Times (, Amazon has taken Apple's iTunes Store head-on in the digital music marketplace with its new feature of 69-cent on popular new release tracks. The new, lower price marks a substantial discount from iTunes, which typically charges $1.29 for current hits.The report notes that Amazon has been stuck at about 10% of the digital music download market for several years, finding itself unable to eat further into Apple's dominant position with iTunes.

    Apple initially used a standard $0.99 price point for iTunes Store music content, but shifted to a tiered pricing model ( in April with much of the store's content remaining at the original $0.99 price point but certain popular content bumped up to $1.29 while older back catalog material in some cases dropped to $0.69. Amazon and Wal-Mart quickly followed suit ( with their own tiered pricing models.

    Apple's shift to tiered pricing was made at the request of major record labels seeking more control over content pricing and was part of the negotiations that led Apple to be able to offer its entire iTunes Store music catalog free of digital rights management (DRM) restrictions.

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    May 4, 09:51 AM
    I don't understand one thing. Why can't Apple confirm this themselves? That way people will at least know what they can do. Either you wait or you move onto to another device.

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