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  • Counterfit
    Aug 8, 12:03 AM
    You can't fill up your tank by engine braking in an internal combustion motor. ;) :(




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  • danielbrowning
    Jul 21, 09:27 AM
    At 0:42 he changes his grip to hold the phone to holding it with just his fingers and the signal rises again. It looks like his fingertips are touching the lower left of the phone. If you do this on the iPhone 4 and bridge the antenna gap, you don't regain signal.

    Looks to me like they're trying to pass off the problem of bridging the antenna gap on the iPhone as the same as blocking the antenna with your whole hand on all phones. All phones have the latter problem... But that's not the issue here.




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  • DISCOMUNICATION
    Nov 24, 11:16 PM
    Got .Mac and Paralles even though I already run windows on Bootcamp and barely use it. You can get a better deal on iPods year round at Amazon.




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  • Geckotek
    Dec 19, 09:03 PM
    Also if Apple was going to release a CDMA phone why haven't they for countries like China where I is the dominate cell phone tech. Instead they went with the second place carrier who supports GSM.



    CDMA is not even close to being the dominate tech in cellular in China.

    Correct. Some numbers to back that up.

    China Mobile (GSM) = 558M subscribers (World's largest carrier)
    China Unicom (GSM) = 152M subscribers
    Verizon (CDMA) = 92M subscribers
    China Telecom (CDMA) = 85M subscribers
    China Mobile (TD-SCDMA*) = 17M subscribers
    *not the same CDMA Verizon or China Telecom uses so doesn't really count

    As you can see, GSM subscribers in China FAR outweigh the CDMA subscribers. Also, Verizon has more CDMA subscribers than China (not counting TD-SCDMA since it's not the same tech).

    However, China Mobile's GSM network is 2G. They are rapidly rolling out TD-SCDMA as their 3G replacement. This will eat away at the GSM subscriber base. This is also why China Unicom has the iPhone and China Mobile didn't. A lot of people wondered why the larger company didn't get it.




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  • sejanus
    Aug 15, 03:53 AM
    I just bought a 30" from apple online and i doubt it's "really new" but i have no way of telling.

    The box looked a little dusty but i didn't really care, it looks great.




    I was looking at buying a 30" anyway - it was march when they updated those right? I don't think they got updated at wwdc did they?




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  • citizenzen
    Apr 15, 09:56 PM
    Typical promotion of homosexuality. What else is new. They gotta find new ways to bankrupt us here in California.

    I'm beginning to think that on a lonely, quiet Friday night this is the most action that Calidude can hope for.

    I'm 50 ... and married, Calidude.

    What's your excuse?




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  • kalisphoenix
    Oct 17, 09:17 AM
    *yawns loudly* Didn't we know this months and months ago?




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  • numbersyx
    Mar 25, 09:24 AM
    I think Jobs said that it is "the software platform for the next one and a half decades". But whatever. I don't think that there will be another OS X after "Lion" - there must be a reason why they named it after the "king of the animals".

    They will either merge iOS and OS X into something new or they will simply drop OS X altogether in favor of iOS. Since iOS is much more successful than OS X ever was and since it is getting more and more features and we are currently being trained - or better: conditioned - to even obtain our development tools through the AppStore, an "open" platform like OS X will very soon become obsolete for Apple.

    I suspect you're right. The full merger of iOS and OS X seems to be at hand. I remember reading that Apple had copyrighted the names of some other big cats e.g. Lynx but Lion is the best one to go out on....




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  • HelloKitty
    Aug 8, 02:02 PM
    I think the new specs and price cuts are good. I'm so tempted in buying one 23" with a new Mac Pro..

    But somehow I think that Apple will come up with a new Mac Pro (new case enclosure) with new lineup of Apple Cinema Display in Spring 2007. Does anyone agree with me?..

    Boy..I really don't know what to do now..




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  • BRLawyer
    Oct 3, 03:36 PM
    One and ONLY release at MW 2007: iTV. Oh yeah, and the retirement annoucement by SJ: iGiveup.




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  • samcraig
    May 2, 12:28 PM
    Well I find it funny that people are actually defending something Apple admitted to being a bug. Intentional or not - Location Services was supposed to be user selectable.

    That's no conspiracy theory. It's a simple concept that doesn't need Apple to educate anyone on. Even toddlers grasp the concept of on and off.

    I also, personally, don't like being talked down to by Jobs/Apple whenever they have a press conference. The whole angle of "oh.. it's our fault for not educating the consumer" is PR crap and deflection.

    "It Just Works".... unless it's the location services switch. Whoops ;)




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  • GoKyu
    Apr 29, 07:05 PM
    When I read the subject, I got a little hopeful...when I saw the screenshot showing Spaces/Expos�, I really thought the "UI tweak" was that they'd let us use the old Spaces if we wanted to.

    Guess not, it's still that b******ized Mission Control...




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  • Mad Mac Maniac
    Apr 21, 01:53 PM
    Very true. At the same time I will read and form an opinion of the topic all on my own. I'm sure I'm not alone there, but then again I am sure many will take the popular vote route and just form their opinion based on that. Either way, a post that is good for you and me may not be good for others. I've had a fair share of PMs about my posts, both in support of and against. It is all subjective, as you say, and this rating system will be similar.

    well sometimes there is an article about different kind of processor, chips or whatever. some stuff that I don't know anything about. So then I like to look at the votes and see if this is something that is good or bad for Apple. I like to think that majority of the people voting have the same love of apple products and have more insight on this issue than I do.




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  • organicpixels
    Apr 16, 01:33 AM
    I by chance flew from West Palm Beach to Dallas last Wednesday and what a surprise to see none other then Steve Wozniac on my plane. He had an iphone in his hand and the thing I noticed was that the shell was silver. not black or white. I doubt that he's still using a 1st gen model. So I'm guessing he may have one of these? I couldn't tell..




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  • utazdevl
    Dec 13, 08:22 PM
    For what its worth, when I was at Radio Shack last week talking to the guy about the iPhone trade-in program, he mentioned they were told the iPhone 5 (iPhone 5 being my words) was going to be 4G compatible. I assumed he meant on AT&T and in June 2011. I thought it was odd he would know any details 6 months in advance of release, but perhaps he was briefed because the launch was imminent.




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  • quagmire
    Aug 3, 07:39 PM
    It is going to sell for that much above MSRP, according to some dealers.

    So expect to fork out 50-60k for a Volt the first 6-18 months.

    GM needs to smack those dealers in the head. This is part of the reason why I am for manufactures opening corporate dealerships.




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  • QuarterSwede
    Oct 13, 08:19 PM
    Just noticed something at work (large retailer). The iPod case is unusually empty of iPod videos. We may have 15 total when the case usual has 50-100. The iPod Nanos on the other hand are completely stocked full. Usually this only happens when Apple is going to release a new version and stops sending the store product. I know it sounds weird because they just upgraded the 5G but it was a very insignificant update. Just thought I'd add that to the rumor mill.




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  • Donz0r
    Jan 9, 03:40 PM
    Nice theory there, but out here in California, Pacific Standard Time, that wouldn't make a bit of sense as the time for the posting of the keynote.

    In fact 9:41am PST is nearly the exactly time during the keynote that Steve announced the ****.

    ...You suck.

    Honestly, you and the other person that mentioned it suck.

    Thanks for ruining this.




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  • err404
    May 2, 11:47 AM
    I dont know why people on MR seem hellbent on defending Apple no matter the situation (literally)...
    Because a huge amount of the reported details on this matter are wrong.
    While the method of storing the cell location cache may show poor judgment on Apples part, I don't see any malicious intent. The system is logical implemented and on the surface, cell location data does not appear sensitive enough to justify encryption. It is only after further analysis that potentially sensitive data can be inferred.
    Regardless it's good to see it being addressed.




    Earendil
    Sep 25, 06:45 PM
    Well I guess what I am saying is that the graphics card really doesn't have the muscle that, say, four processor cores do. You should see what my activity monitor does when I crush some havy stuff - it might use two cores if I am lucky.

    And what I'm saying is that once you step down from a $4000 machine you see a much larger power ratio in the graphics card/processor image crunching.
    Take my set up, I'm betting that using my graphics card benafits me greatly.

    In your case though it would be awesome to hand more of that off to the extra procs.




    seanf
    Apr 4, 01:48 PM
    Now that just doesn't work for me either. It's saying I'm in Oxford. :confused:It's not your location, but the location of the device that gave you your IP address.

    Sean :)




    Al Coholic
    Apr 5, 03:31 PM
    The version that doesn't nag for ratings is $1.00.




    Lord Blackadder
    Aug 8, 02:40 PM
    You forgot something. You are comparing diesel to unleaded even in hybrid form. You need to compare the generators (unlead to unlead). Now image if those very high gas mileage diesel running as a hybrid.
    The problem with battery right now is we are still working on a break threw. When we finally get a true break threw in battery technology I can see things really taking off.
    Batteries are very efficient at story power. problem is they are a little on the heavy side but we are getting better at it.

    Modern diesel hatchbacks like the Golf TDI (Euro engines, not the US-spec) can exceed 50-60mpg (http://www.volkswagen.co.uk/new/golf-vi/which-model/engines/fuel-consumption). The Volt is harder to measure because it's a plugin, so some power comes from the grid. GM's own webiste is rather mealymouthed about fuel economy. At one point they claimed over 200mpg (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Volt), but that included a full batery charge from the grid. Using only its onboard generator it gets about 50mpg (http://www.greencarreports.com/blog/1044209_now-we-know-2011-chevrolet-volt-will-get-50-mpg-in-gas-mode). So all the extra tech essentially fails to improve on a diesel. The plugin feature may actually make the car less green/efficient if you get the juice from a dirty or inefficient power plant.

    I'd really like to agree with you, believe me. But the reason I'm skeptical is that we have no proof that a battery "breakthrough" is really on the horizon. I read somewhere that the overall efficiency of an electric car is currently only about 5-7% greater than a gasoline-powered car (EDIT here (http://auto.howstuffworks.com/fuel-efficiency/alternative-fuels/fuel-cell4.htm) is a link for those numbers, but admittedly not a very good one). The energy efficiency of batteries is reasonably good, but they are still too big and heavy, as well as being expensive and dirty to manufacture. And again, electric cars are only as good as the powerplant they get power from, and that is where the biggest efficiency loss comes into play.

    As for the mass rail system. You might be thinking of the east coast. Trying coming to some city west of the Mississippi and you will see how little rail they have and we just do not have any good way to put a rail system in. It is very costly to retrofit those system in and it is a very slow process. Slowly it is happening but really the system that was designed in the past was based around people driving their own personal cars around. That was 40+ years ago that was put in so now it is harder to do put it in now.

    It's less logistics than politics, sadly. And you are right, it's not cheap. But we have to do it eventually. Moving to dependence on our interstates and letting passenger rail services atrophy was a mistake, and now we will be forced to fall back on our rail networks more.

    Electric cars (that are able to fully charge in under 20 minutes) subsidized by a solar panel roof is the future. Don't think a 300 mile range would be out of the question (within a few years) and would def work even in large countries like the U.S.

    If you look here, they are talking 5 minutes for 70% charge of the car, even though it is currently only a short range vehicle.
    Link: http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/07/05/new-quick-charger-for-electric-cars-is-really-quick/

    Two issues with that: First, solar panels are neither practical in most states, nor to they really have the lifespan to do more than break-even interms of paying for the,mselves.

    Second, that juice still has to come from the power plants, with all the attendant downsides.


    I really don't want to sound like a naysayer, but "going green" has become so fashionable that I think people are ignoring the engineering realities. We want whizz-bang electrics and hybrids when a simple diesel would be much easier to get on the market literally today and dramatically decrease our national fuel consumption (and dependence on oil imports) while we work to perfect the next step in alternative fuel vehicles. One step at a time, people!

    Why are we letting Congress and the EPA block sales of diesels here that could be used in everyday cars in addition to series hybrids?




    JDOG_
    Oct 19, 10:04 AM
    This is great news, and that's a lot of macs! I can't help but think part of this is a big group of people waiting to buy a PC until it comes with Vista. Maybe I'm giving them too much credit, but if I could wait a couple months on the purchase to avoid an imminent ~$150+ O.S. upgrade I would. :cool:



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