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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 12:55 PM
    Why are you so adamant that they will use 4S instead of 5?

    -The 3GS had an identical appearance to the 3G, but with upgraded internals, hence the S.
    -A 3.7" iPhone would not have an identical appearance to the iPhone 4 by virtue of the screen size alone, so there would be no reason to simply add an S.
    -3G is a feature description, adding an S might make some sense there as it could also be considered a "feature description". 4 is a revision number, why would they add an S to that? 4.5 or 5 would make more sense.
    -The iPhone 4 and iOS 4 were launched in the same time frame, it makes sense for the numbers on each to match up. What's next? iPhone 5 and iOS 5 of course. I don't know why they'd stray from matching revision numbers so quickly after finally achieving them.
    -If they plan on calling the phone after this 6, why would they skip 5, which sounds like a bigger upgrade than 4S?

    As far as I'm concerned, 4S is the least likely name possible for the next iPhone. iPhone 5, 4G (LTE), 4.5 (very unlikely), and plain "iPhone" all have a much greater chance than 4S (with 5 being the most likely). I just spent way to much time on this minor issue though.

    Yes, you definitely did. Lol




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  • *LTD*
    Apr 23, 06:09 PM
    Read the first line.

    Hack the computers, not the iPhones.

    In which case nearly *all* your personal data is vulnerable. Cell tower tracking is not a special case, and relatively not especially more dangerous or compromising than anything else you've got stored on your computer.

    Again, there's no egregious violation taking place here, and it's not especially worse than any other way to keep tabs on someone.

    Let's reserve the lynching for when we actually find out what this tracking data is for specifically and how widespread the issue is with other companies (i.e., Google, MS, etc.)

    If there is no actual cause for concern to the average person (which there really isn't), I fail to see that need to take a flip over it.

    Anyway, that's all Il'll post about this for now. I really don't have a lot more to say. This topic is already way off-course, mostly my fault.

    You must not read many of LTD's posts.

    Admiring a winner is *very* wrong. Sorry.

    Apple makes a lot of the competition look pretty damn stupid on a continual basis, but you can't call attention to it too often, because you'll end up stepping one someone's toes.

    My view is: wear thicker boots.

    The latest in my rogues gallery of idiots is RIM (first prize for laying the Playbook egg.)




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  • Links
    Aug 9, 07:00 PM
    Mine is 2A6241XXXXX
    manufacture date: June 2006
    Thanks stoid, Just trying to determine when the specs actually changed,
    RATHER than when Apple decided to announced the changes.
    Must have been before August 7 2006 when they were "updated".

    It looks terrific, no problems so far.
    Just want to be sure I have the "latest and greatest" right?




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  • Bistroengine
    Apr 5, 04:50 PM
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    better than being angry over someone elses opinion.

    I'm not angry. There's a difference between being angry and having a civilized argument that DOESN'T involve name calling.



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  • stridemat
    Mar 17, 05:36 PM
    I don't know of many people who buy a �500 iPhone outright. Most (Especially in the UK) will be on a 18-24 month contract.




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  • Yannick
    Oct 17, 09:39 AM
    To me, it would be good news that Apple supports both HD-DVD and BD.



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  • jonnysods
    Apr 8, 05:28 PM
    This is funny. Welp, glad I don't buy stuff at Best Buy.

    It's my 'try before I buy store', as we don't have an Apple Store in our city.




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  • thestaton
    Nov 25, 12:11 AM
    I picked up an 80 gig iPod & .mac with a whopping 68 bucks off with the govt discount.

    not to bad.



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  • balamw
    Oct 6, 10:44 AM
    I noticed some of the same issues you did with the Wiki article, but didn't find a better general one. You? Cody Brocious had a blog post on the iTunes 6 process a while back but it doesn't seem to be available anymore...

    Both the private assymetric key, used to communicate with the server (to obtain the symmetric keys) and all of the symmetric keys, used to decrypt the actual media files, are hidden inside iTunes. Try looking for them on your harddrive, I promise you that you won't find them (unless you are an expert pirate with a few months of your time where you have nothing better to do....)

    My point was exactly that. All the keys for decryption have to be on your PC/Mac/iPod.

    It's the keys used to encrypt the actual media files, which are more closely guarded at Apple. It's much easier to pick the locks on the local system you have under your control than a remote server somewhere... The decryption keys are definitely stored locally since you can play protected files while offline. The one chink in the armor that I see that Jon may be using is that the personalization of the files is done locally, so this step may be exploitable.

    Finding where the keys are on your HDD is the easy part, accessing and using them is the task that takes months... [Simple way to find the location of the keys. Image your HDD. Purchase file from iTunes. Image your HDD compare the two images. The new key(s) (and the file itself) must be in the bits that changed.]

    As someone who does this for a living, can you comment on my read of the hacks that have been released in the later post http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=2917258&postcount=96. It still seems to me that where DRM has been hacked has relied on key retrieval or finding the weak spot in the chain.




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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 15, 02:49 PM
    People who have made history have just been people and gay or straight have never come into it. What does it matter? A stand alone class in college on "gay studies" I would have no problem with. The requirement in public schools to teach gay history is bit absurd.

    Those who are gay and feel as if they've been wronged, I feel for them and effort to make it right, but the level of suffering by gay is nothing compared to what black people or women have endured over the centuries. It bothers me a little when gay suffrage is pitted against something like slavery. Just not the same, IMO.

    That answer is very similar to the posts in the thread about the video apple just did in support of the IT GETS BETTER campaign. Nobody is pitting the gay community against slavery. Nobody is saying lets stop teaching about women's rights and start instead with gay rights. They are just adding it. Why do people always have to make this weird connection?



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  • bowens
    Sep 12, 08:45 AM
    Ergh, that page has been like that for about 2 years or more. So has mammals.org

    Nothing to see, move along.

    I hate threads like this, just constantly answering the same questions over and over because people won't read the thread.

    Same with www.iphone.org




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  • hulugu
    Apr 26, 03:40 AM
    Exactly, I agree one hundred percent.

    The legal liability in letting or encouraging employees of any company to step in and break up a disturbance like the above would be incalculable.

    However, regardless of corporate policy, had/ if something like the above happened in my workplace, I would have stepped in regardless of policy.

    It's depressing how corporate policies created out of fear of liability, have made it easier to be a gutless wonder than a participant in a civil society.

    Of course the employees should have jumped in and stopped the fight, but I agree that McDonalds cannot be held liable for their employee's failure to be decent human beings.



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  • DevinPitcher
    Apr 15, 01:07 PM
    Has no one noticed that the camera switches sides in the third image?? LOL

    FAKE!!!!!

    No it doesn't.
    It's in the same spot in all 3.




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  • croooow
    Apr 6, 08:10 AM
    I remember a girl/woman submitting such an app to Apple.

    It was rejected on the grounds:

    'Not required => redundant'.

    I see something changing now. :rolleyes:

    That is the very first thing I thought of. I remember that rejection and how ridiculous it was for 2 reasons.

    1: She was trying to promote Apple's iAds! How does it hurt Apple?
    2: Has Apple seen all the apps that could easily be called "not required" or "redundant"?



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  • PurrBall
    May 3, 06:30 PM
    Apparently you've never been to Calgary...

    Or Maine.




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  • aardwolf
    Sep 28, 02:25 PM
    This house can be yours too for the low price of 399,999.99 (or 349,999.99 with a 10-year contract.). Of course, version 2.0 will be out in 12 months that makes this house obsolete.



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  • suwandy
    Oct 4, 12:14 AM
    I'll shoot you for mentioning PowerBook G5! :D

    I'm hoping for MBP update before MacWorld!




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  • Sneakz
    Mar 24, 03:19 PM
    I never saw the light till 10.4.

    On March 24, the iMac was less than three years old, the iPod was still more than six months away, and Macs ran at astounding speeds of up to 733MHz. But most importantly, Apple on that day released the first official version of Mac OS X, changing the future of its platform forever.My Dell Dimension 4100 from April 2001 was running a 933MHz PIII. Not sure how fast it was compared to a G3.




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  • lordonuthin
    May 11, 12:26 AM
    yeah i'm sorry to hear no bigadv units for that monster. yeah reinstalling fah might help. let us know how it goes

    got a big one going now.




    york2600
    Oct 28, 07:49 PM
    Whenever I hear the OSS crowd scream "Software should be FREE!" I translate that to mean "I refuse to pay someone for their work, thus I will STEAL it"!



    A) It's not the OSS community that's trying to crack Apple's DRM. Lets get that straight. These people have nothing to do with that community. These guys are just pirates using the source that is out there.

    B) If anyone is trying to get software without paying anyone for it, that would be corporate America. Do you really think Apple could have created OS X on their own. Let us remember the HUGE amount of code in OS X that isn't Apple's and the open standards the have leveraged. Right off the bat we have the Mach kernel project, Apache, and Samba and Webkit (KHTML). Apple's gotten tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of free programming hours from top programmers. They've packaged it together with an amazing API and a slick GUI and made it easy. That's something the OSS community still can't get close to. In return Apple has given a limited amount back. They release source in their own license (as they have a right to), which limits the ability of other projects to incorporate that code. In the end for all this free work they have to deal with a few crackers out there, but really, that's worth it when you look at what they got.




    �algiris
    May 2, 09:37 AM
    Screenshot fail :) build number in Quicklook titlebar.




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    Apr 27, 06:56 PM
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    Really? That doesn't matter? Well then why don't we have men compete in all the women's events at the Olympics? Oh wait, it does matter

    I'm not defending the attackers. I think it was terrible. Horrifying video. It's hard to believe people are like this.

    I do think this whole "biology doesn't matter, it's how you feel in your heart" nonsense is obviously nonsense.

    He has every right to dress like a girl. I don't even mind if he uses a female bathoom. But those things don't make someone female. The characteristics that allow doctors to assign genders to new-borns do not change as people get older.

    You are equating biological / genetic sex and gender as the same thing.

    They aren't.




    micahR
    Nov 17, 05:54 AM
    This my first Call of Duty game and I am loving it.
    I like the campaign for being over the top and lots of fun. I like the multiplayer. Dead Ops Arcade is fantastic. And zombies is a lot of fun. This game was worth my money.




    SAD*FACED*CLOWN
    Apr 16, 10:00 AM
    these pictures are from a story I read on engadget about some guy that made an aluminum case for his iPhone...and strangley I saw it around March 23, my birthday....which is why I remember it



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