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  • fehhkk
    May 5, 02:54 PM
    lol @ comparing the MBP 15" to the Dell XPS 15 ... haaaahahahaha :D

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  • DPinTX
    Mar 11, 01:45 PM
    FYI Zagg shield booth setup outside of Stonebriar Apple store just got there shipment of iPad2 front screen protectors. Only 50 of them


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  • Eduardo1971
    Mar 28, 08:30 AM
    Can't wait to see what they announce. It would be nice to see a bigger jump than usual for iOS and hopefully a shipping date for Lion.

    My thoughts exactly. I've been awaiting the SB Lion OS iMacs for the longest time now. I cannot wait-looking forward to any more news on this front!

    (Opps. My response was meant as a reply to Post# 13.)

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  • YMark
    Apr 12, 04:07 PM
    Outlook still only works with gmail email. There is no support for gmail calendars, contacts, todo's, etc...

    Outlook is still unusable.

    I ditched Outlook for the simple reason that the "rules" suck. I can get rules to "move" emails to folders, but Outlook but what it really does is "copy" the emails and leaves the email in my inbox. Even then it's hit or miss.

    I use Office enjoy ribbon the most.

    I use Office 2011 too, except for Outlook and HATE the ribbon. I wish there was an option to turn it on and off. It's obnoxious.


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  • trrosen
    Apr 17, 04:20 AM
    They need to post EVERY SINGLE REQUIREMENT in plain language and say explicitly which of the published policies the app did not meet and give an explanation as to why.
    They do and they did. But the fact is the line between ridicule and a humorous commentary is pretty fuzzy. Expecting a first tier employee to get it right 100% of the time while examining 100 other apps is silly. In fact sometimes the only difference is the reputation of the person making the statement. Fior does push the boundaries in his cartoons.

    Also, They should not be able to deny developers access to certain APIs in order to keep their own products more competitive. (pinch to expand for that photo app that got rejected, in-app brightness control, etc.)

    If Apple can't compete on their own programming and design merits, then they shouldn't be releasing applications in the store. Your a moron. (see now thats ridicule) Limiting access to APIs is part of Apple's design merit. If you allow people to implement thing outside of approved APIs theres no point in having them. APIs are not created as shortcuts for developers they exist to insure compatibility, reliability and consistency. Without then it would all be DOS. If you don't like the rules just write for a platform that doesn't have any...opps sorry there aren't any. The whole point of a platform and a SDK is to give a consistent set of features and limitations thats why every environment limits some API and the usage of others. Even Android has rules, although few outside Google know them as Google has far less transparency then Apple.

    PS you do realize that Apple's photo app is free and comes with the iPad right. That sort of makes they theory of them doing it to prevent competition silly doesn't it.

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  • Andrmgic
    Apr 16, 06:13 PM
    They should post a policy and ****ing stick to it, no special cases or exceptions.. NONE of this "because we felt like it" ********.

    They need to post EVERY SINGLE REQUIREMENT in plain language and say explicitly which of the published policies the app did not meet and give an explanation as to why.

    This kind of stuff is nothing but bad press for them, especially with all of the public backpedaling they've been doing when they reject someone with the attention of the media.

    Also, They should not be able to deny developers access to certain APIs in order to keep their own products more competitive. (pinch to expand for that photo app that got rejected, in-app brightness control, etc.)

    If Apple can't compete on their own programming and design merits, then they shouldn't be releasing applications in the store.


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  • kpangilinan
    Nov 14, 03:13 PM
    I believe this will be the coolest thing ever. As long as it charges it at the same time, I'll fly more.

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  • mpw
    Sep 13, 12:13 PM
    ...actually by far the worst thing about the whole op was having to wear big granny-style paper knickers!!!...
    You got to wear knickers?!
    I knew the nurses prepping me for my op's fancied me!


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  • temtexdent
    May 2, 02:40 PM
    I actually have a similar caliper in my office as we use it quite often for precise measurements (seriously). I checked out my white phone that I received on Saturday. Mine had various readings around the phone from 0.373 to 0.378, but none were 0.0370. Of course I have not calibrated it in a while.

    I went and measured one of my employee's black phones and it measured from about 0.375 to 0.378.

    So I really do no more than just muddy the issue.

    So the question of importance seems to be where this becomes an issue for cases. Otterbox is clearly concerned about it as they have posted something on their website about it. I'm sure they don't want a million returns.

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  • elusion
    May 4, 07:55 AM
    I am a very new mac user, having just switched in February with the purchase of my iBook. I'm 17 and have been using computers since I was like 6. I remember DOS, Apple IIes, Windows 3.1/95/98/ME/NT, Mac 8. I also spent a year using linux (Mandrake, Redhat, Debian) before going to a mac. I hate PCs.

    You ask about hardware. That's not why I switched, though it was a nice bonus. I switched because of OS X.

    I always use to be a Windows guy, from a Windows family. My brother's a MCSE. The previous experience I had with Apple was horrible. We had Apple's in our school computer lab, and they were crap. Nothing worked. Now I know that they weren't multitasking. I hated them with a passion and said I'd never use one.

    Oh how things have changed. PCs have become the pieces of crap. Windows may be getting better with XP, but it's a different experience. Everything is just better with a Mac. Things just work, right away. I haven't used XP much, but I can tell you it doesn't work like this does.

    Windows' interface sucks. Really it does. I'm sure you think the interface in MacOS X is horrible. It's not, it's different. And, it's better. It's easier just use, just because of the interface.

    Windows' filesystem sucks. Unix machines have a much better filesystem -- none of the drive crap.

    Windows software sucks. There is much less software for OS X than there is for XP. No one can deny that. Fortunately, the software for OS X is usually of a very high quality. It's very well designed and stable.

    Windows' interoperability sucks. Windows runs on a huge variety of hardware, but that's noticible from the software. OS X just detects and sets up -- no wizards.

    Really I don't expect you to believe this or anything. Maybe you will if you try using one. Things are going to be different for you because you use computers primarily for gaming. Maybe someday you'll end up switching to Linux because you don't like Windows. If you do, I almost guarentee you'll switch to Mac, because Linux's a pain to set up.

    Oh, and getting away from Microsoft was good too. They are evil. Apple has potential to start a monopoly and become evil, but that's besides the point. Microsoft is doing things that are bad for the consumer. Wait and see.


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  • AxisOfBeagles
    Mar 16, 02:57 PM
    Hats off to everyone for keeping this up and running.


    Actually Dale - hats off to you for resurrecting the challenge. While I enjoy many of the threads in MR, this is by far the one of greatest interest to me. Taking on a challenge and working to achieve it in an image; getting specific feedback from others ... these are invaluable. Thanks much.

    Now to figure out "beauty in unexpected places". this one is, for me, a much harder concept. At least, to do so without being cliche.

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  • rnb2
    Apr 25, 06:46 PM
    Just picking a couple posts here to illustrate that it helps if you are looking for something that is at all plausible.

    Its quite simple

    -A 15" version
    -with larger battery capacity (5 hours heavy usage instead of 3)
    -2 USB 3.0 ports
    -and a built in 4G internet connection.

    Then the MBA would be unbeatable.

    Sorry, but a 15" MacBook Air would confuse the market too much - you're going to have to wait for the lines to merge in a year or two on that one. Already the 11.6" MBA is being referred to as the true expression of what a MBA is - sacrifice almost everything to the gods of Small and Light. A 15" would be an anachronism. Your larger battery will also have to wait for the likely MBP/MBA merger.

    USB3 won't appear on an Apple product until Intel integrates it into their chipset, and that won't happen until Ivy Bridge. Thunderbolt is a given, however, and adapters will give you access to USB3 devices and bandwidth.

    I suspect that Apple will point you towards an iPad if integrated 3G/4G is something you can't live without - they can justify producing extra SKUs for multiple carriers in an iPad-sized market, but not for the much smaller MBA market.

    There have been many intel gpu based machine that had 1600x900 res displays, like the C2D Vaio Z or some of the offerings from Lenovo. I don't see why apple can't give such a res with to the 11.6in MBA with a 350nit display and wide color gamut. Then just add and SD card slot, make the usb ports 3.0 and a maybe even add a thunderbolt port and I'd be the first in line to get one.

    There are already people complaining about difficulty reading from an 11.6" MBA screen, so higher resolution seems like a non-starter until they can get much higher-res screens in production (think 2x current res) that will allow them to scale screen elements to keep UI controls at the current size while giving higher user data resolution. Also, given the market that the MBA is selling to (mostly general-use, with low weight the overwhelming concern), Apple is unlikely to source a higher-gamut (and higher-priced) screen when most of the market doesn't even know what 'gamut' means.


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  • VAmin
    Nov 22, 07:42 AM
    Wouldn't using the "extra" electricity to power fans to decrease heat lead to less "extra" electricity???? :rolleyes: I hope they really think this through - and I'm sure they will. Of course powering fans isn't the only use for electricity.

    Using the electricity to power fans would actually improve the efficiency if the thermoelectric device is placed between the processor and the fan. This would increase the thermal gradient and generate more power than if you were relying solely on heat dissipation to get your gradient.

    The only problem with this solution is that high efficiency thermoelectric materials, by design, have low thermal conductivities, so it would not be a good idea to place this between the chip and the heat sink.

    I am also skeptical about the claim of 30% efficiency. If we had thermoelectric materials that operated at that efficiency, we could all say goodbye to refrigerator compressors and turbine generators in favor of devices with no moving parts, higher reliability, and no CFCs.

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  • wasimyaqoob
    Oct 27, 02:29 AM
    Looks amazing, Worth it i think. Already been a member for 3+ years :)


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  • leshkanyc
    Jun 24, 02:53 PM
    T-Mobile is next. That's all. Here is what i have to say on it - click to read my blog post: iPhone 4 pre-orders, Apple game and T-Mobile availability (

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  • MacRumors
    Apr 5, 08:27 AM (

    An anonymous reader sent in these images which claim to be photos of a prototype (DVT-1) 5th Generation iPod Touch. According to the submitted the front has a capacitive home button, back with markings of DVT-1, and connected volume buttons. The settings also show a 128GB capacity.


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  • number9
    Apr 5, 10:46 AM
    If I would leak something, I would make sure the device is clean, the camera is in focus and there is enough light.

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  • Ugg
    Apr 29, 11:58 AM
    The Economist, that stalwart of conservatism has this to say ( about the state of US transportation.

    America is known for its huge highways, but ..... American traffic congestion is worse than western Europe�s. ....More time on lower quality roads also makes for a deadlier transport network. With some 15 deaths a year for every 100,000 people, the road fatality rate in America is 60% above the OECD average; 33,000 Americans were killed on roads in 2010.

    America�s economy remains the world�s largest; its citizens are among the world�s richest. The government is not constitutionally opposed to grand public works. The country stitched its continental expanse together through two centuries of ambitious earthmoving. Almost from the beginning of the republic the federal government encouraged the building of critical canals and roadways. In the 19th century Congress provided funding for a transcontinental railway linking the east and west coasts. And between 1956 and 1992 America constructed the interstate system, among the largest public-works projects in history, which criss-crossed the continent with nearly 50,000 miles of motorways.

    But modern America is stingier. Total public spending on transport and water infrastructure has fallen steadily since the 1960s and now stands at 2.4% of GDP. Europe, by contrast, invests 5% of GDP in its infrastructure, while China is racing into the future at 9%. America�s spending as a share of GDP has not come close to European levels for over 50 years. Over that time funds for both capital investments and operations and maintenance have steadily dropped (see chart 2).

    Although America still builds roads with enthusiasm, according to the OECD�s International Transport Forum, it spends considerably less than Europe on maintaining them. In 2006 America spent more than twice as much per person as Britain on new construction; but Britain spent 23% more per person maintaining its roads.

    America�s petrol tax is low by international standards, and has not gone up since 1993 (see chart 3). While the real value of the tax has eroded, the cost of building and maintaining infrastructure has gone up. As a result, the highway trust fund no longer supports even current spending. Congress has repeatedly been forced to top up the trust fund, with $30 billion since 2008.

    Other rich nations avoid these problems. The cost of car ownership in Germany is 50% higher than it is in America, thanks to higher taxes on cars and petrol and higher fees on drivers� licences. The result is a more sustainably funded transport system. In 2006 German road fees brought in 2.6 times the money spent building and maintaining roads. American road taxes collected at the federal, state and local level covered just 72% of the money spent on highways that year, according to the Brookings Institution, a think-tank.

    Supporters of a National Infrastructure Bank�Mr Obama among them�believe it offers America just such a shortcut. A bank would use strict cost-benefit analyses as a matter of course, and could make interstate investments easier. A European analogue, the European Investment Bank, has turned out to work well. Co-owned by the member states of the European Union, the EIB holds some $300 billion in capital which it uses to provide loans to deserving projects across the continent. EIB funding may provide up to half the cost for projects that satisfy EU objectives and are judged cost-effective by a panel of experts.

    American leaders hungrily eye the private money the EIB attracts, spying a potential solution to their own fiscal dilemma.

    The upshot is that we built too much, too fast and are unwilling to pay to maintain it although we continue to build bridges and highways ( to nowhere.

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  • cmcconkey
    Mar 13, 05:17 PM
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    If you turn off 3G, do you get the correct time?

    I haven't tried that yet, but I did turn off my automatic time and it went to the correct time then I turned it back on (thinking that it would re-sync) but it didn't.

    Well I have power cycled my phone now and it switched to the right time after it connected into the network, but has since fell back an hour.

    Nov 14, 09:14 AM
    And it begins.

    I suspect we'll see a few more announcements in the near future - all meant to kick the Zune's butt. :D

    Mar 23, 02:46 PM
    Sure, but "Stream movies from your iPhone or iPad straight to the TV. Only on a Sony" sounds pretty great.

    Makes a great commercial too.

    Yes, assuming Sony buys an exclusive... which is not the case here. Apple's goal appears to be to get lots of companies to play ball. Take out the exclusivity element, and it's just another benefit to tout (though not a headline benefit).

    For example, my new Samsung has a whole bunch of apps. I can plug media right into USB ports and play it there. Etc. I wouldn't see this Airplay feature as any more "wow" than those features, certainly not enough to build much advertising around it in hopes of selling more TVs.

    Again, not against building in Airplay, just not believing that it's a great idea to try to sell the licenses and get limited takers vs. give them away and get more takers. It seems like a technology you would want to entrench everywhere rather than yet another one that might get some limited adoption due to cost (even $4 per TV is a lot of added cost to a TV manufacturer).

    Jul 7, 06:46 PM
    Well I rang up early today and the woman didn't really know (7,8 or 9) and told me to ring up again on Thursday. But with all the information coming out today about launch times it's looking like it will be 8.02am. So if all goes to plan i'll be there for 8, buy the phone, play for half hour, grab coffee from McDonalds then round the corner for work at 9 :)

    Aug 19, 10:37 AM
    Goodbye has been nice knowing you.

    I will continue using foursquare. I like they way it updates both facebook and twitter at the same time.

    Oct 27, 10:05 AM
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