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  • fxtech
    Mar 28, 03:17 PM
    When was the last time a standards setting, headline grabbing, everyone's gotta have it Mac application created?

    Oh I'm sure plenty of those $2 apps in the Mac App Store qualify... ;)

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  • deathcab4xtina
    Mar 17, 01:07 PM
    you're a thief.


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  • icsedge1
    Oct 10, 06:49 PM
    so sorry family, but i had to cut your Xmas present budget by 50% so i could get a new video iPod.

    actually, as we are all Mac Addicts, i think they would understand...


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  • pudrums
    Apr 13, 10:27 AM
    I started my first full-time job recently so I'm not covered by my parents' insurances anymore which is why I got some own ones:


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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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  • wpotere
    Apr 13, 11:17 AM
    There are already armed marshall on many flights in the US. WHen was the last time we had a shoot out in the sky? :rolleyes:

    His point was remove the TSA security check and only have only armed air marshals. Bringing a gun to a bomb fight is like bringing a knife to a gun fight.

    My point was that the TSA security does provide a buffer to keep terrorists from boarding a plane packed with explosives where an armed masrhal is going to be useless.

    The world we once knew no longer exists, time to get used to it.


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  • AWallen90
    May 3, 10:14 PM
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    Anyone know what's the app being used in the "to a CEO" part?

    Looks like Roambi??
    Second guess is MicroStrategy

    Apple definitely knows how to show off the coolest part of an app.

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  • Streffert
    Apr 12, 04:07 PM
    Watch out, everyone here will bitch at you for using over 1gb of "unlimited" data...

    Im going to milk this unlimited data plan for all it is worth!


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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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  • Apple 26.2
    Apr 25, 07:35 PM
    Ugh, that thing is hideous looking... I seriously think I'll punch the first person I see rocking one.



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  • stephanos180
    Apr 15, 12:59 PM
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    I call BS on this, Johnnie Ive wouldn't make a non rounded design like that, the lines are too harsh.

    I agree. Also, they wouldn't've made the Apple logo so small.

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  • CalBoy
    Apr 15, 04:21 PM
    As I said, I understood the point you were trying to make. But.... you can't take two non-TSA incidents and use those to make a case against the TSA specifically. All you can do is say that increased security, similar to what the TSA does, can be shown to not catch everything. I could just as easily argue that because the two incidents (shoe and underwear bombers) did not occur from TSA screenings then that is proof the TSA methods work. I could, but I won't because we don't really know that is true. Too small a sample to judge.

    Well actually we know the TSA methods don't work because both of the incidents were from European airports that mirror what the TSA does. Added to the number of weapons that make it through TSA checkpoints, it's easy to see that the TSA does in fact not work to the extent that it is expected to.

    Did you not read my post above? Or did you not understand it? Or did I not write clearly? I'll assume the 3rd. Past history is that bombs are not put on planes by lone wolf fanatics. They are placed there by a whole operation involving a number of people... perhaps a dozen, maybe? The person carrying the bomb may be a brainwashed fool (though, surprisingly - often educated) - but the support team likely aren't fools. The team includes dedicated individuals who have specialized training and experience that are needed to mount further operations. The bomb makers, the money people, the people who nurture the bomb carrier and ensure that they are fit (mentally) to go through with a suicide attack. These people, the support crew, are not going to like 50/50 odds.

    I understood your rather simplistic attempt at game theory just fine. The problem remains that one side is not a rational actor. The command portion of terrorists have virtually nothing to lose with a botched attempt, and neither does the fanatic patsy. A 50/50 ratio isn't good enough for our security because the downside for both command and patsy are much smaller than the upside (from their perspective). The chances of failure need to be much higher in order to effectively deter terrorists.

    You are right. There has been a cost to dignity, time and money. Most of life is. People are constantly balancing personal and societal security/safety against personal freedoms. In this case what you think is only part of the balance between society and security. You feel it's too far. I can't argue. I don't fly anymore unless I have to. But, I also think that what the TSA (and CATSA, & the European equivalents) are doing is working. I just don't have to like going through it.

    Sacrificing these things is appropriate when there is a tangible gain. There hasn't been much of a tangible gain with TSA, and this is coming from the head of Israeli Security. We're paying a lot and getting almost nothing in return. Every year there's a new "standard" put out there to make it seem like TSA is doing something, but time and again security experts have lambasted TSA and its efforts as a dog and pony show.

    Your own opinion of flying should be an example of how ridiculous things have gotten. If people now become disgruntled and irritated every time they fly, for perhaps marginal gains in security, then our methods have failed.

    Give the man/woman/boy a cigar! There is no way to prove it, other than setting controlled experiments in which make some airports security free, and others with varying levels of security. And in some cases you don't tell the travelling public which airports have what level (if any) of security - but you do tell the bad guys/gals.

    It is difficult to prove, but you can make an educated guess about what the cause is. Other than the correlational evidence, there is no other good data to suggest that TSA has actually been effective. In no field is correlation enough to establish anything but correlation.

    I cited a sharp drop-off in hijackings at a particular moment in history. Within the limits of a Mac Rumours Forum, that is as far as I'm going to go. If you an alternative hypothesis, you have to at least back it up with something. My something trumps your alternative hypothesis - even if my something is merely a pair of deuces - until you provide something to back up your AH.

    No, that's not how it works. If you want to assert your idea as correct, the burden is on you to show that it is correct. I am going to try to poke holes in your reasoning, and it's up to you to show that my criticisms are invalid on the bases of logic and evidence.

    So far you've only cited correlation, which is not sufficient evidence for causation. You ignored my criticism based on military intervention, changing travel patterns, etc, and only want to trumpet your belief that correlation is enough. It's not. If you don't want to do more on Mac Rumors, then don't post anymore on this topic concerning this line of discussion.


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  • iOS v Android
    May 3, 01:47 PM
    And why is this on mac rumors.

    Does it really matter what the competition does.

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  • Piggie
    May 4, 07:11 AM
    Wait, what, a CD? Do you come from the 90s? Why do you need to put it on a CD? Do you even know how this works? Do you know how heavy a laptop is compared to an iPad 2? Do you know how much it sucks to "just hand over" a laptop?

    I didn't use the CD. The poster said they got the CD from the hospital with the scans on it, and then reviewed the images on the iPad.

    And here lies the problem, when you REALLY need to do something, you need to have the flexibility to handle things that are thrown at you.


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  • louis Fashion
    Apr 8, 03:44 PM
    Best Buy does this all the time. I purchased a Samsung TV off their Web site for in-store sameday pickup last year, and took my receipt to my local store. They wouldn't give me the TV I already purchased because they were holding all of that model until Sunday because of their Sunday ad flyer. They had at least 10 of that model in stock on their store shelves.

    They told me I could come back Sunday to pick it up. Naturally, I refused (this was like Tuesday), called Best Buy Online and had them refund my purchase. Then, purchased from Amazon.

    I'll never purchase anything major from them again.

    What a group of dolts. The local BBY told my friend that they did NOT take "reservations" I doubt if they will last much longer. Everyone is buying on line.

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  • numbersyx
    Mar 25, 09:24 AM
    I think Jobs said that it is "the software platform for the next one and a half decades". But whatever. I don't think that there will be another OS X after "Lion" - there must be a reason why they named it after the "king of the animals".

    They will either merge iOS and OS X into something new or they will simply drop OS X altogether in favor of iOS. Since iOS is much more successful than OS X ever was and since it is getting more and more features and we are currently being trained - or better: conditioned - to even obtain our development tools through the AppStore, an "open" platform like OS X will very soon become obsolete for Apple.

    I suspect you're right. The full merger of iOS and OS X seems to be at hand. I remember reading that Apple had copyrighted the names of some other big cats e.g. Lynx but Lion is the best one to go out on....


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  • killuminati
    Sep 7, 10:39 PM
    I can never have any respect or even try to understand for any one to say "******* the police thats how we treat 'em" Now, is that not bad boy enough.

    It's a bit deeper then that though, he says

    ******* the police that's how we treat 'em
    we buy our way out of jail, but we can't buy freedom

    He's not just saying F the police just because they're the police.

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  • MarximusMG
    Apr 21, 11:17 AM
    Very nice! I've been waiting for this feature to be implemented on MR.

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  • Hephaestus
    Mar 17, 06:20 PM
    for the things you mentioned you should replace the word 'envy' with 'jealously' :)

    I've bought the first iPhone and have never gone back. I totally understand your situation lol, it comes with owning any luxury item. Usually its people who've never owned it themself that go bashing it. I personally haven't had as much encounters but I have friends who get harassed constantly lol.

    The antennagate thing is the classic example of a non-user/owner reading some silly article and gripping it for every attack. None of my friends or myself use a case and we have absolutely no reception issues.

    The funniest case was my friends colleague attacking him, saying it was the worse phone ever, most overpriced phone ever, its heavy! it has no flash! His Xperia X10 was miles better! Week later he buys his own iPhone 4 and stayed quiet about the topic. I rest my case.

    On a positive note, I always get good encounters with the girls at work about iPhones lol.

    Lol yeah I think jealousy is probably a better term.

    Sep 26, 07:06 AM
    I am the owner of a Fuji S3 Pro and I bought Aperture 1 about a year ago ($499). And there was no support for Fujifilm Raw files. I returned the item to Apple.

    I checked again today and the Fuji S3 Pro file format is now listed in the Camera Supported page Apple posted for Aperture 1.5 (

    The web page says OPTIMIZED Support. see below

    Aperture 1.5 supports the RAW formats from the following digital cameras, providing optimized support to those cameras followed with an asterisk (*). Shoot JPEG? Using Aperture, you can import JPEG images from virtually all digital cameras.

    FinePix S2 Pro*
    FinePix S3 Pro*

    Does anyone know what this is about?

    Mar 9, 06:43 AM
    I won't get into a furball over your post. Which large tech company operates in a candid & open way with customers?

    I don't know about "candid", but "open" as in "dialogue" certainly describes the way in which Microsoft, Dell, IBM and several other enterprise elephants communicate with their (enterprise) customers. It's mandatory for their business.

    Oct 19, 10:06 AM
    Does anyone know their marketshare in terms of computers in use?

    Apr 30, 10:19 AM
    Agreed. I thought we were well past the days when computer applications had to emulate their analog compatriots. Leather, wood, paper, stone = not for computer UIs please! :mad:

    Speaking of bad iCal, why is it I can't flip pages in the Calendar app on my iPad by actually flicking the pages (a la iBooks)? Instead I have to tap on arrow buttons? What's up with that???

    I like this; it shows the world is still in motion. "apps shouldn't look like their analog compatriots but they should behave like them. "

    Apr 15, 05:27 PM
    Is it just me, or is the writing on the 3rd photo a bit skewed, or rotated in an odd way?

    I agree.

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