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  • extraextra
    Oct 23, 09:14 AM
    Starting to feel about as likely as flying saucers...

    http://www.wal9000.aonservers.com/hostedpics/mbp_wanttobelieve.jpg

    Lol


    I hope it comes out this week, for all those who are waiting.





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  • stock photo : BOSTON - APRIL



  • Flowbee
    Sep 6, 06:18 PM
    Yes. I want rentals. I almost never want to see the same movie again, so I won't want to store it.

    Rentals are what I would use. At a sufficiently low price, of course. $2 for close to DVD quality would be OK. (I'm less picky about rental quality than purchase quality.)

    I'm with you on that one. A decent rental download or on-demand service is the only thing that will get me to give up Netflix. I'm just not buying any more movies. In fact, I'm currently selling my DVD collection (http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZdz-2000QQhtZ-1).





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  • shawnce
    Nov 16, 11:50 AM
    Usually true, but with FB-DIMMs the 256MB and 512MB only use one of the onboard buffer channels (as in buffer channels on the module itself). Humm ... never ran across any documentation to that effect. You have an online reference? (I believe you, just like having reference information)





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  • Chris Bangle
    Aug 16, 11:36 AM
    Actually, you can get Sirius in Canada and are able to stream Sirius anywhere in the world IF you have an account registered in the US. I've heard of many international customers setting up accounts to listen abroad.

    I'm just saying that I think the two would compliment each other nicely. You could use the service as just an ipod, a receiver for Sirius or BOTH.

    Thats far too complicated for Apple.





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  • for the Boston marathon



  • aswitcher
    Jan 11, 08:42 PM
    Ok, its looking good to me. I might have buyers remorse when the pro touch version appears but thats likely to be quite expensive and a Rev A with some expensive very new bits that I can probably do without.





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  • Benguitar
    Nov 25, 11:02 PM
    My gosh, they gigantic case joke was funny at first, then he tells you it's not amusing to him anymore, so you continue. You're beating a dead horse. In fact, this horse's insides are smeared all over the road.

    Yes, Thank you, Beating a dead horse.

    I'm a manager at an eyewear boutique. This is not Sunglasses Hut. We do not carry Oakley. We specialize in high-end, independent, mostly European designers that most people haven't heard of.

    $400 is average for a pair of frames. The average pair of rx glasses without insurance is between $700 and $900.

    I have never seen a case as intense as that gun case used to protect eyewear, ever! But don't take offense, each to his own.

    Just wanted to raise awareness to all these people stating that $200-$400 is "expensive" for eyewear when they are spending $$$$$$ on phones, computers, tvs, etc; which are probably replaced more frequently than the glasses which help them see and are the first accessory others see on them.

    Glasses should be as important of an investment as your fancy electronics.

    Check out these brands if you're interested: ic! Berlin, Face a Face, Orgreen, Bevel, undostrial, strada del sol, historie du voire, theo, and so many more.

    - eyewear nerd:cool:

    Cool, Good for you, I personally have never liked "boutique" stuff, Just because of bad experiences with guitarists who worship the term and think anything else is horrible.

    That being said, I've never heard of Oakley as "boutique" But if they do, I will admit that would have made me sound like a hypocrite. Also, I was not aware that that case is a gun case, That is just speculation made by another MacRumors member. As I said, I purchased it at a photography store and it is a Pelican Case.

    From what I've seen most gun cases are metal? Eh, Whatever. Not another argument please.

    Now... To end the eyeglasses argument forever, It is no longer my latest purchase.

    I purchased a blue iPod Shuffle for my good friend and physical trainer.



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  • ddrueckhammer
    Sep 6, 06:34 PM
    I am with the rental bandwagon. I would pay up to $4.99 to rent a movie that deleted itself after a certain period of time from the first play. Also, I could care less about how long it takes to download because if they implemented a queue ala Netflix then the next one could just download. It should still be faster and more convenient than Netflix. I would even be happy if they used Bit torrent technology to help subsidize their bandwidth costs. Until there is a model like, this I won't give up Netflix and there is no way that I want to buy movies online unless they are under $9.99 and are at least DVD quality and burnable to a disk. It just isn't worth it without physical media. As it is, there are already tons of people who rent and burn movies with impunity so distributing content electronically might be a great way to get some money from those people because they would be able to have a DRM that limits the number of burns, as well as, watermarking to stop unauthorized distribution.





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  • needthephone
    Jan 2, 04:19 AM
    Personally speaking I can't get excited about software. An OS is an OS windows, OSX I don't care as long as it works (OK advantage Apple but if MS did the job I would use it) Ilife come on, surely something not as dull as free software no one uses.

    Please let it be new stuff you can hold.





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  • aricher
    Nov 28, 09:49 AM
    Those numbers are horrible for a holiday season launch.

    From Zune to Ruin - the Microsoft Story, coming to book stores soon.





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  • bdj21ya
    Oct 23, 07:14 PM
    Along with the macbook and MB pro getting updates, for $14.95 you can download an ipod nano or ipod patch/software that lets you listen to FM radio without having to purchase the radio remote. Interface is the same as with the remote.

    Haha! I'm sure no hardware (e.g. FM Tuner) is neccessary. Yeah Right!





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  • MagnusVonMagnum
    Sep 14, 04:16 PM
    Consumer Reports says "we still think the same thing" for the third time and that's first page news? Sounds more like they're fishing for free publicity.

    Anyway, when a reviewing organization "doesn't recommend" what I consider the best phone I've ever owned, it sounds more like I shouldn't bother paying attention to that reviewing organization. Their taste just isn't relevant to mine.

    My personal opinion is that you and anyone else like you on here that thinks it's NOT a good idea for Consumer Reports to look out for the best interests of the CONSUMER instead of Apple's bottom line doesn't deserve the time of day, in my humble opinion. You seem to believe that Consumer Reports should simply be an automatic blessing to Apple's profits as if they were acting solely on advertising dollars (like a certain magazine called "Stereo Review" used to do all the time) and shouldn't inform their readers of potential problems. All I can say is THANK GOD that YOU don't work for them!!!! :p

    Consumer reports gave a fair and HONEST report on the iPhone giving its highest score based on its merits but gave an honest reason WHY they could not recommend it and let the consumer decide for themselves if they want to take the risk. In short, they are doing their job properly.

    So I'll reiterate AGAIN that I do not comprehend how someone like yourself could find fault with that line of reasoning other than to admit that you are a Steve Jobs drone. :rolleyes:





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  • Cantor / Boston Marathon



  • likemyorbs
    Mar 24, 02:14 PM
    Ok let's not argue about gay being a choice or not again. What's the point? We just had this argument 2 pages ago and the person who thinks it's a choice usually just feels outnumbered and backs out, and rightfully so. Their opinion is wrong, they may realize it years down the line, or they may not. Either way, their side is losing. Bigots always lose in the end in this country, and they know it.





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  • Twizz91
    Mar 22, 03:47 PM
    Did not say he would improve it either. :(

    Adding Bluetooth makes a lot of sense.

    that would be nice indeed. it would be nice if i could stream music from my classic through my ipad ^^





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  • kahkityoong
    Apr 3, 10:59 AM
    the iPad does nothing useful

    One of my patients has locked in syndrome, a condition in which he could only move his eyes. Over a year he regained use of his right hand. The iPad has given him a new lease of life - his voice, entertainment, etc. He would disagree with your idiotic statement.





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  • gugy
    Nov 29, 11:09 PM
    Reading through all the expectations in this thread has me thinking that there are going to be some veeeery disappointed people on the day this is announced.

    I'm guessing it'll be something like Airport Express, but for video. With a Front Row interface and a remote. Watch videos from you iTunes library, browse the iTunes store, subscribe to video podcasts, watch streaming movie trailers. Maybe a built-in web browser. If we're lucky, it will be able to browse and play video from YouTube or other video sites. That's all I'm expecting, anyway.

    you are right for version 1.0.
    iTV will evolve into other many things as the time goes by. Just like iTunes 1.0 and look what iTunes is today.
    I agree with you that iTV will be very straight forward when it comes out, but the potential is there.





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  • montycat
    Mar 23, 08:16 PM
    I love my iPod Classic. :D





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  • Porchland
    Sep 8, 03:51 PM
    This sure is starting to sound like MOVIEBEAM... and who owns that???

    So, we can que up 10-12 movies we want to watch for the month and in the background my mac downloads them and then either stores them on this yet to be anounced product or onto my mac... Then this new Airport(now, available in 1-3 weeks) can then stream it to my TV. This does make a lot more sense now.

    If 88 percent (http://www.jdpower.com/corporate/news/releases/pressrelease.asp?ID=2006135) of households have cable or satellite -- and a big chunk of those have access to PPV or on-demand new releases -- I don't understand why an iTunes movie-to-your-TV service is such a big hoopty-do.

    Unless Apple goes to a subscription-based service that essentially replaces my cable, this doesn't really give me anything I don't already have other than the ability to watch a movie on an iPod.

    I'm excited, I guess, because it's new and a different direction for Apple, but none of the rumors I've seen about what's coming next week show much "think different."





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  • Boston Marathon



  • Fishrrman
    Mar 31, 11:21 AM
    Questions:

    Is "developer preview 2" the same upgrade that shows up with Software Update (using the developer preview 1)?

    That was only about 2mb in size -- downloaded and installed in a matter of a few minutes.

    After installation, it shows up as "build 11A390".

    Is this the actual "dp2", or does the whole thing have to be downloaded and re-installed?





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  • Yebubbleman
    Apr 19, 04:43 PM
    Don't speak so definitively and pompously.

    I work with these machines on the daily. Their service manuals are three mouse clicks and the type of my password away. My co-worker has at least two of them bare naked chips and bits exposed and all at his bench on the daily. It's hard not to stare at them as I take my morning walk to the break room to grab a cup of water. I can speak definitively because I know what I'm talking about. As for pompousness, sorry my tone offends you. Perhaps you might try ignoring it?





    Caris
    Feb 20, 02:52 PM
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    kiljoy616
    Apr 21, 03:44 PM
    This really is not a issue in my opinion. Smart phones have tons of data stored on them and if its really not being sent, whats the harm. If someone were to get my phone and read my info, they will be as excited as I used to be in PE class. First the DUI checkpoints now this. Is there something more important for them to look into? Like a Budget and ( insert concern here ) :)

    Now if your a bad boy or girl, I can see this becoming a Court Evidence Issue in the near future. But until then, remember the NSA scans calls randomly for "our safety" Bigger issues than this in the world of privacy.

    You really don't know much about the state of things, just be glad their are millions of us. Your illogical thoughts remind me of forfeiture laws which most people say will not impact them until they do and then what?

    I bought a phone for certain things, I did not buy the phone for Apple Inc. or anyone else to be able to use it against me for any reason what ever that reason might be. But I do see how most people can not perceive that it could be a dangerous precedence when their world is small and limited.

    So if your getting your Dexter on its best to leave the phone at home.:D





    iphone3gs16gb
    Apr 9, 11:19 PM
    Yes I can, it took me only a weekend to learn.

    Overall, it's far more enjoyable to drive stick as opposed to an auto.





    PowerFullMac
    Jan 13, 12:54 PM
    "Macbook Air" was just reregistered on 01.11.08 as a .com
    If this was the true name, Apple would of purchased the name long before Macworld.

    End of Story.

    Apple dosent registor domain names like that...





    Silentwave
    Aug 6, 09:48 PM
    This is all so yummy! I'm quite excited. I've been preparing for WWDC big time....i've got the MR Live site as my homepage, the MR contributors' updates coming to my mobile, i've been watching all the old Stevenotes just to get all psyched up!



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