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    Apr 6, 01:17 PM
    Well, take the superbowl ads. Many, and I mean mean are lame but you know what people flock to them every hear like flies on scat just to watch. Why? Because there is a hype around the superbowl event and we have been conditioned over time to tune in.

    There is no event going with the app except that apple's iAd company developed many of them. Its just a collection of ads to being public awareness in what is being developed in advertisements. You don't have do download all the apps to see the content, just the one and you can review, browse all you want. Kind of like Macrumors and the articles. You don't have to read these things, but you do and you rate it as postive and negative or you leave your comments like you did before.

    Its just a marketing exposure thing dude, get over it.

    haha this is as lame as a tv station bringing out a half hour of the most "unique" and "fascinating" ads, wow.

    also, maybe if they were some good, funny ads it would be ok, but no. The ads shown in the pic are just "EAT MCRIB" and "MAYBELLINE"...

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  • NiteWaves77
    Jan 9, 06:56 PM
    1. Steve Jobs will announce an "official" Apple Rumors blog, then sue himself for breach of contract.

    2. The edditors of will lurn to check theire posts for speling and grammor errors before poosting.

    3. A retired Bill Gates will join the Apple board, bringing with him the much needed stale and unoriginal perspective on software Apple needs to finally break into the corporate sector.

    4. Free ham with every purchase of an iPod Touch.

    5. Someone will post something in this forum that isn't pure uneducated speculation, self-righteous nonsense, or pseudo-insider gobbledeegook.

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  • Matiek
    Jan 15, 04:41 PM
    I really liked Time capsule, I'm buying one.

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  • door4
    Sep 12, 08:27 AM
    Yerba Buena means Good Herb!!!

    today SJ will release the new iPot!!!:p

    Yes I believe Steve has had that product under research for years...

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  • BurtonCCC
    Mar 24, 09:29 PM (

    Do it. Except for real. :D

    Good luck! I think you have all of MacRumors behind you now! For a little clarification, you do see your console's serial number is on your wireless network?


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  • transcend
    Sep 26, 11:42 AM
    What's hilarious is that you guys are arguing about beta software and a product that, up until this point, has been a huge disaster. Asking someone to rotate a raw image 180 degrees with a straightening tool is absurd. It isn't meant to do that. End of story.

    I am not sure how many of you are professional photographers, but I can tell you that most of us have tried both products and are still using what works best: Iview media pro and C1 Pro (as well as photo mechanic for iptc info in batches). All 3 products have been around forever, and work flawlessly. What's comical, is that running all 3 of those apps concurently, is faster than running only aperture on my powerbook G4, as well as on my Mac Pro.

    Aperture is a pig even on a shiny new mac pro compared to C1 and Iview. Lightroom just doesn't feel complete, and to be frank, the way the program is laid out is annoying as hell when you need to get things done quickly (like when filing from a football game, on deadline while sorting through 1000+ shots). It takes all day just to even get them imported into aperture, while I view does it in about 2 minutes. In 2 minutes, I can be choosing selects and sepertating the wheat from the chaff. This is not the case with either aperture or lightroom.

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  • fmjordan23
    Jul 22, 06:15 PM
    Not sure what the fuss is all about. I haven't had the "issues" that everyone seems to raising soo much sand about....but I bought a bumper to protect the phone. It's a device made by humans and it can malfunction.........didn't we know that already?

    My iPhone 4 works better in my home theater system than the interference and no 3G didn't work correctly half the time. So....maybe the antenna attenuation actuals helps in doors........(kidding):D

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  • Detlev
    Mar 28, 03:42 PM
    Ooh the arguments are getting heated up in this thread :D

    Thought I'd offer a light refreshment.

    Nice. You've been waiting to use that, haven't you?

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  • IJ Reilly
    Oct 19, 01:42 PM
    What these guys forget, and everyone else who proposes this, is the fact that OS X solely exists to sell Apple's hardware and not the other way around.

    iLife, iWork, OS X, Pro Apps all have the single purpose of selling hardware. Apple is a hardware company by choice, it's what they want to do.

    They are not a software house and I can't see them trading away their hardware business to gain OS X marketshare. It's not not what Apple is all about.

    I think this is a bit of an over-simplification. Apple is a computer company. A computer = hardware + an operating system + software. This was always the way it was until IBM made their terrible strategic errors with the PC. Now we think companies like Dell make computers. They really don't -- they are Microsoft remarketers.

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  • dscuber9000
    Apr 15, 04:45 PM
    Google is finding out just how difficult it is to negotiate with record labels. :p

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  • jonat8
    Sep 12, 08:09 AM
    I would hope that if they've closed all the stores, that they will have some new media for all the stores - otherwise it's just a really stupid decision by Apple!

    *still has fingers crossed that movies will be coming to the UK store* - it's going to be a long 4 hours until the keynote..... :p :eek:

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  • arn
    Jan 5, 10:31 PM
    I am not sure whether or not this has been suggested, but is it not possible for someone in the audience ( to set up a video or audio feed?

    It's been discussed in this thread:

    It's best summed up here:

    It would be nice, but there are significant hurdles with streaming when you scale up to the volumes that a public keynote stream would attract. There are very few organisations with the infrastructure to serve large numbers of simultaneous streams, and even with donated bandwidth you then have the logistical problem of sending the feed from the source to multiple distribution points.
    Oh it's definitely possible, but really there's only one company that could realistically cope with the traffic - Akamai - and even they would likely have problems. 150,000 people streaming 300kbit video would be about 44 Gbit/sec, which would be about 10-15% of Akamai's entire global bandwidth usage and 50% of their streams. Even audio would be 10 Gbit/sec for a 64 kbit stream.

    Basically, serving up simultanous traffic for a live feed is very resource intensive. It's a very different thing to serve 100,000 people in a day vs 100,000 at the same time.

    We're incorporating near-real time photos in this year's MacRumors coverage... so it shuold be pretty enjoyable.... barring any unforseen circumstances. :)


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  • Azathoth
    May 4, 03:16 AM
    This might be a little off topic but the following comment:

    "One of the main promotional points of Android as its popularity has soared has been the unregulated nature of the app marketplaces for the platform."

    reminded me that I have some degree of comfort that Apple screens apps so that I don't inadvertently download something which is actually a virus, steals passwords and other personal information, or does something else nasty.

    Perhaps I am unduly comforted and there is some iTunes fine print that says they don't check for that sort of stuff. Otherwise I would have thought Apple could have used the "safety" aspect in it's marketing, and created some fear for Andriod users around they really know what they are getting.

    In that way iTunes aspp store is sort of a big condom for your iPhone - pure protection.

    Apple don't look at the source code. One could make a trojan app that sends contacts information back to base after a certain date.

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  • Forever
    Sep 12, 07:56 AM
    5PM GMT
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    BST is what i meant hahaha, cheers dude, will have to check macrumours on my mobile as i'll have finished work by then

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  • Matiek
    Jan 15, 05:20 PM
    Compare the MBA to this sony notebook with similar specs:

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  • archurban
    Oct 10, 07:41 PM
    so what will 6G be if it is not? that's question, huh?

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  • t0mat0
    Jan 10, 06:41 PM
    Dude...I think I have have just soiled myself. That is exactly what I want! *whines* JOOOOOOBS! I WANT IT!

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    Why will MWSF 2008 be big? Because from the article it says that Apple wanted to keep lines looking the same, so there wasn't too much change as the iPhone was worked on (if you've read the Wired article about the birth of the iPhone, there was some *serious* hair pulling going on - apparently one Apple worker slammed a door so hard it bent the handle - taking hours to fix...) - they had to slim down Leopard before it was launched!

    So what has R&D and the developers being working on soooo much that the Developor API had to be hidden for months? And that the FASTEST and newest Mac out there didn't even make it into the Keynote?!

    We've seen in the last few weeks -
    Pretty much complete loss of DRM from the labels, to move to watermarking.
    Pretty much complete move to Blu Ray as DVD successor of choice (though note the quad hd screens - monitors can easily now outperform the 1080p resolution)
    The CES showing Apple a year ahead, and Apple being missed. The biggest hits at CES? Buglabs?? Bull - Alienware's gamer screen (linked with the Wii remote hack to turn your TV to 3D this'd be *awesome*), Wireless USB, USB displays, that link easily to daisychain (and can be done remotely too), WiMax, USB3 demo'd. Big TV's, projectors were big. Apple should have noted this, and have caught on to the fact that if it offers a decent Hub, that people will plug their HD gaming rigs, and other boxes to it, and it'll rule the den/roost.

    This is Apple's moment to be head and shoulders ahead, and right after CES 2008. Whilst they'll still not release everything in one go at MWSF - you can expect meaty updates across all lines this year.

    P.S. - Anyone know why the new Mac Pro was called Early 2008? Is that normal naming?

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  • JAT
    May 2, 11:20 PM
    Wow, I finally got a reply! Didn't expect that, I appreciate it. ;)
    Sure. That was one of few worthwhile posts in this thread. I just hope this update actually helps. I've been trying to analyze it myself. It seems like 4.2.7 is worse than 4.2.6 for battery life, but not positive.

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  • BBA
    Nov 24, 07:32 PM
    apple's canada store is also down...

    It is up now. I just ordered 2 iPod nano's off of it.

    Oct 10, 09:28 PM
    Apple on the other hand just doesn't seem to leak product information ahead of time any more, and they also don't seem to need to do that kind of thing to generate hype and excitement for their products.


    *caugh*the word MacBook was leaked on the Apple site in May*/caugh*
    haha that was one llloooonngggg caugh :)

    Nov 16, 09:59 PM
    who wants to run amd anyway?

    I would.

    You see...ATi's integrated graphics solution is WAAYY BETTER than Intel 945 integrated graphics solution, so, it would be the perfect match for a lowcost laptop: Turion CPU and an ATi chipset.

    Here's a page with some IGP benchmarks:

    Apr 12, 07:56 AM
    Maybe some computers come with Office as a promotional deal, and if they do, that's up to the OEM, not Microsoft. Nonetheless, I've not seen any PC come with more than a 30 day trial of Office.

    See my edit above. With 2010 Office Starter 2010 is an option for the OEM. It replaces Works and the Word viewer and gives a better upgrade path to "real" Office.

    Office Starter 2010 is not a trial–it has a perpetual license that does not expire. Office Starter 2010 is an advertising-supported base productivity suite that is available only on new PCs. It must be preloaded on new PCs at the point of manufacture. Office Starter 2010 is not available for existing PCs at any time after manufacture; for example, Office Starter 2010 cannot be installed on new PCs being sold by resellers, even brand-new PCs. It will not be sold through distribution or available to end users as a standalone product.


    Oct 6, 12:47 PM
    Before you pick a phone, pick a network.

    This was the funniest part of the fine print. Too bad for Verizon that the customers they lost to AT&T didn't pick the network over the phone. Instead of fine print, they should make that their slogan. Too bad it won't matter. iPhone trumps call quality.

    Jan 12, 01:09 AM
    That guy was an orphan who made himself into a billionaire with no help from anyone. Until you can do the same he has every reason to be smug.

    Even Bill Gates, for what it is worth, grew up in a nice sheltered family with rich parents.

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