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  • Stridder44
    Jul 25, 08:46 AM
    Just to be clear... it is USD $69. Which is NUTS. They know that people want a white BT mouse (and there aren't many currently out, if any at all) -- so I can't blame them for taking advantage of supply and demand.

    But... wow. $70 for a mouse. That's... I mean.... $70 for a mouse! :)


    Yeah no kidding. If it's one thing that NEVER wowed me in the Apple department it's the Mice. Always very expensive and ok at best. Mac keyboards are great however!

    And for those of you who bought the expensive, one-button bluetooth mouse, sorry but...what the hell were you thinking!?




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  • Apple OC
    May 2, 12:25 AM
    The perception was that he was not in charge for a few years. If he was in a mansion and not a cave he might have still have a bigger role than we thought. I don't think this will end Al Qaeda but it could slow them down for a while.

    I agree ... the question now is ... what role did the people in that mansion play?

    this story is just beginning




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  • aafuss1
    Jul 25, 10:33 AM
    Microsoft has a Wireless Laser Mouse 6000-that works on PC's and is laser too-unlike Apple that won't support those trying to get the the wireless Mighty Mouse to work on a PC. And my fav-Logitech has the G7 that works quite fine on Macs.




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  • Moyank24
    Apr 20, 04:25 PM
    Well this has been slow going...where are all the rest of the usual suspects? No Jav? Or Ravenvii?



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  • APPLENEWBIE
    Oct 18, 05:47 PM
    Interesting that the mac program at Best Buy is being expanded from seven to 50 stores, and a new pilot program at a few Circuit City stores. Must be seeing some success for Best Buy to be alotting floor space in more of their stores. :D




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  • tCdemon
    Apr 28, 05:53 PM
    We'll just have to grind it... :D

    maybe it has something to do with the antennagate issue

    Someone should make a business out of this...



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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 28, 10:50 AM
    This is the important part:

    Apple's iPhone 4 ranked as the top-selling mobile phone in the U.S. during the quarter, and perhaps most surprisingly, the iPhone 3GS took second place in the rankings. Despite essentially being a nearly two-year-old device . . .

    That speaks volumes.

    .....About the the mentality of the people who buy a two year old phone just so they can say they have an iPhone.




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  • wordoflife
    Jan 30, 05:23 PM
    Tickets, to see:

    http://collider.com/wp-content/uploads/the_mechanic_movie_poster_01.jpg

    All I can say is wow, just wow. No wonder it has a 48% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.



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  • ChazUK
    Apr 22, 08:27 AM
    How are they different? They are both round with a 3D look and have a triangle with the same alignment and angles in the middle. They even perform the same function, to start playback of media content. Are you really going to nitpick about the colors? That's not different enough, Apple should definetely sue.

    If you clear your cache and refresh, you'd see the image you are hotlinking to isn't displaying. ;)

    Its just a low res image saying go to "my digital life". I think that's what Olly is getting at. :D




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  • maclaptop
    Apr 14, 04:50 PM
    Anyone feel confident buying a white one given the problems they've had getting one made?

    I wouldn't take the chance, it's upgrade price is going to be $399 :eek:



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  • jicon
    Jul 24, 10:12 PM
    My brain is still trying to fathom using such an interface on an ipod.

    This concept seems better suited for FrontRow, taking a page out of Gyration's gyroscope and/or laser mouse.

    www.gyration.com




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  • MathijsDelva
    May 4, 02:49 AM
    I'm not so sure the next iPhone will look like the current iphone 4. It probably will be, but i don't know.. They're delaying it and with the white one just released (which of course looks the same).. They've handed out prototype A5 iphones to developers just to make sure the new design won't be leaked. I think Apple could come out with a surprise regarding the design of the next iPhone.



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  • fabian9
    May 3, 07:35 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-gb) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Awesome! I might be interested in one of these...




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  • kalsta
    Apr 14, 12:12 PM
    http://i1227.photobucket.com/albums/ee430/kalsta1/ixMacMarketingName-promo.jpg



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  • SonGoku v2.5
    May 4, 04:53 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_0 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8A293 Safari/6531.22.7)

    Can the front page print a retraction?...

    AT&T CSRs don't receive any official information about ANY phone releases prior to general public... Let alone an iPhone release.

    We weren't informed about the iPhone 4 being released until AFTER Apple's official press conference last year.

    Even though I know this is a site for rumors... I've found this site to make sure the BS rumors were weeded out before it would become front-page news... But making an unsubstantiated statement by a random AT&T CSR front-page material is just plain bad journalism.

    BTW: AT&T has been cracking down on customer's upgrade eligibility dates. If you downgrade/remove features/plans on your account odds are the date will be changed.

    AT&T makes no promises that the date is constant and it can really change at any time...

    The customer related to the article probably was suspended too many times for non-pay and that's the reason why the date was changed... Not because of some crazy conspiracy to correlate with the next iPhone release...

    So you wouldn't know by now that vacation days are mysteriously blacked out between June and July for employees such as yourself? That has ALWAYS been the giveaway for employees at Apple, AT&T, and Verizon for iPhone releases. Usually, reports begin trickling in during May that employee vacation days are out for a certain period of time, usually around WWDC, so that all hands can be on deck for a major event (like an iPhone release).

    I'd be willing to bet that for the first time in quite a while, you - an AT&T rep, are able to schedule the 3rd and 4th week of June off.




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  • kylerey
    Jun 6, 12:17 PM
    It must be a slow weekend before WWDC, because I don't see how this is news. It seems once a year now, somebody reports on this exact story, but with a different app.



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  • bousozoku
    Jul 11, 10:51 AM
    Yeah, isn't it nice when people decide unilaterally what is "professional" and what is not? The distinctions are totally arbitrary of course, but it's easy to see how by virtue of this thinking, Word remains dominant. Nothing else will do, because nothing else will do. What a wonderful tautology.

    For the record, I've been using Pages happily and successfully since it came out. Version 2 is an improvement, as well it should be, but that's a long way from saying that version 1 was worthless.

    From his rebuttal, I guess we didn't read what he meant from what he said.

    I actually got quite good use from version 1 after they added the page sorter.




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  • iLilana
    Apr 25, 01:51 PM
    bought the 27 inch quad i5 stock version last august just days after refresh. I loved it but due to wacky screen issue (dust or heat flaw) I got the apple store to just swap it out 3 months after I bought it. Second one had no issues and continues to perform flawlessly. I want to get a new macbookpro with thunderbolt but I think I'm going to hold off until Lion is released.




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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 22, 03:12 PM
    Really? So the fact that they did not have laptops with mainstream mobile quad core CPUs before Sandy Bridge when every other computers manufacturer had them is "immaterial" now? With LTE it's the same story all over. After they finally get in a year or two you'll probably be able to say again that it's immaterial. I bet it's very material to those who want iPhone with LTE now. Another major problem here is that Apple sticks to having just one model of iPhone (CDMA vs GSM differences aside). As if all people wanted the same thing. They don't.

    No, you're trying to bring attention Apple's lack of using the latest components as why they won't use LTE. That's not the case anymore. They use mobile quad cores now. Therefore, your argument is irrelevant. It doesn't matter what they used to do if their most recent action is different. You need a complete history of them not doing it to support your point. That history doesn't exist.

    Apple has no interest in making different sizes/models of iPhones. If you don't care for that, apple isn't for you. They are a greatest common denominator company.




    DeathChill
    Apr 23, 01:08 AM
    And that's exactly what's wrong with Apple philosophy. Consumers make compromises, companies make profits. There are plenty of people who would compromise battery life for speed. Are you saying that Apple does not care about them? Because they believe that battery life is always more important? Obviously the real reason is different. They are just trying to maximize the profits in their own way (i.e. keeping the number of models to a minimum) and that's why smart consumer should chose Android. With Android one can pick the phone they need (not the phone Apple think is best). Different people have different needs and with Android one can find a phone with a set of compromises that fits them best.

    This is exactly what I am saying. They aren't making devices for people who demand to have the latest and greatest regardless of the consequences. They make devices that work and meet their internal standards.


    What do you don't seem to understand is that every individual person does not care what most people need/want. I want to be able to buy the phone I need. If you go with what "most people" need it would be a dumb phone then (with great battery life BTW)
    What you don't understand is that Apple makes a device that meets their goals and standards. They don't want to ship a phone that gets four hours of battery life because they know that very few people will be happy with that.

    Of course people may want something different, which is why, strangely enough, Apple isn't the only phone manufacturer in the world. You are not forced to buy Apple if you don't like their philosophy.




    twoodcc
    Oct 28, 06:51 PM
    The heat is an issue, for now I can open windows and use fans but by next summer I will have to do something about it. I'm actually contemplating cutting a hole in the basement floor (concrete) and digging down several feet to place a tubing coil that could be used to cool the cpu's directly with water blocks. That would require a manifold to distribute the coolant to all of the cpu's and possibly gpu's. That might be cheaper electric wise but would take money and time to implement. Wait a sec, I just realized I already have a hole in the floor for the sump, hmmmm. Anyway I have some time to contemplate the possibilities, and I can do all of the work myself. I know some folks in the heating/cooling business that could help design a system so I will maybe talk with them at some point. Another possibility is a small window ac just for the computer room or moving everything to the basement where it is cooler anyway... but damp in the spring. Lots of possibilities - Google is my friend :D

    well good luck with that. it sounds like you'll have fun tackling that job. me, on the other hand, isn't. but i'm in an apartment for now, until around july of next year. and then i'll be moving to another apartment. and hopefully soon after that, a house. just depends on my job. but until i have a house, it seems my ac will be on all the time




    torbjoern
    May 2, 12:47 AM
    Right about now Bin Laden is sitting next to the furnace in hell

    Nah - probably in Heaven with his 70 virgins on the magic mother-of-pearl bed where not even the angels can see what he's doing...




    MacRumors
    Apr 28, 09:39 AM
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    spicyapple
    Dec 1, 02:55 PM
    For the 5 years or so of owning a Mac, I have not come across any breach of security by attacks from viruses from the Internet. Some safe guards to use firewall with a router, limiting ports, and so forth are pretty basic. I've had good luck using a very strong password with a combination of alphanumeric characters and underscores. Although one time, I connected onto an outside network and when I went to browse inside my secret porn folder, I found a pic that wasn't mine. Someone must've copied it into my hidden folder and labeled it myfav.jpg. Very odd, but that was the only time its ever happened.

    Most of these Mac attacks seem to be more predominant with social engineering hacks and user error, than comprised code.



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