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  • iFiend
    May 4, 12:41 PM
    A sales rep reply is now how low the credibility standards have fallen?
    While you are collecting more hard data like this, I'll be prepping my Black card for the purchase of a pair of new iPhone 5s in June.

    Awesome card-name-dropping, dude. I am so impressed :rolleyes:

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  • (marc)
    Apr 24, 04:58 PM
    You think these girls decided to attack this girl out of love? No, they were bullies who picked out a vulnerable target they felt they could take.

    People get beat up for no reason all the time. It doesn't have to do anything with bullying or the victim being a transgender. From what the victim said, the attackers used a standard "excuse" to start a fight. ("Why are you talking to my man?", if I understood correctly.)

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  • steadysignal
    Apr 12, 07:12 PM
    [citation needed]

    well done.

    it is macrumors, after all.

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  • blipmusic
    Apr 19, 02:18 AM
    But it seems on par or better than the 9400m, which people use just fine every day in the 2008/2009 MBA/MB/MBP's.

    Honest question: Why are there so many comparisons to a GPU (9400M) the Air no longer has? The Intel IGP is still worse than the 320M, which to me is the only relevant point if all we are comparing is the GPU.

    Removing options is removing options. At this point it would've made sense to release the new MBA with SB a few months later, than doing what seems like a downgrade on the graphics side. Easy for me to say of course. I don't have a finished design in my shed, ready for release and the choice is to either make money (release with C2D) and possibly losing some (no release, wait for SB).

    Luckily, the MBA, especially, doesn't depend on its GPU alone.

    The laws of physics seem to dictate that since it draws up to 10W less power and would (presumably) have the same battery, a SB MBA would have more battery life than a C2D MBA.

    It seems that the only way Apple could rationalize bumping to SB is by bringing something new, meaningful, to the table. An hour extra battery life, perhaps. Or new hardware, such as a built in wireless modem (pretty please, make that fit in the 11"). I guess it all depends on how long they can use the C2D versus what they can offer "in return" for going SB.

    On the other hand most buyers won't care/notice anyway, which Apple is probably more than aware of. :(


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  • belair
    Oct 24, 07:45 AM
    Would anyone happen to know if they changed the case design.

    The apple store is still down�

    The 17 inch looks almost affordable, almost.

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  • emotion
    Oct 24, 08:48 AM
    ### Alienware is still significantly better in terms of performance specs. For $2700, you can build an Alienware with RAID HDs, etc. Biggest question for me is...is Apple still underclocking the GPU on the 15" model...??? To me, Apple's MBPs aren't as good as a value as their Mac Pro, but with this update, Apple's "in the ballpark"...and I would get the MBP over the Alienware...assuming Autodesk releases a UB of Maya soon. My two cents...

    Does it come with the trolley needed to carry it? We're talking notebooks here :)


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  • UniPro
    Mar 15, 11:01 AM
    Wow I'm sorry for everyone who left empty handed. I can't believe apple stores would open early just for 4 iPads. So pointless.

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  • John.B
    Apr 15, 10:23 AM
    You can 'like' a purchased track from within the music player app now, and post a comment about it. Surprised no one else mentioned this yet... Anyone else spotted any additional changes?
    If that's Ping, then I'd want to be able to disable it.

    Will the alarm work?
    Mostly. :p

    They have GOT to fix the battery drain issue. It started with 4.3 and was NOT fixed with 4.3.1.

    If your device is dead, "fixing" the other things doesn't really accomplish anything does it?
    ^^^^^ This!


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  • Blakjack
    Apr 22, 05:30 PM
    That dewing would mean the phone be top heavy and be more pruned to falling the hand.

    When holding our phones, a lot of times, the top half hangs over. With thinner bottom, we could easily drop.

    That's my opinion.

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  • joepunk
    May 1, 10:15 PM
    Trump probably won't believe it until he sees the death certificate. ;)

    The long form death certificate at that.


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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 15, 03:08 PM
    Poster wasn't stirring the pot.

    No, I guess this guy wasn't bashing Google at all :

    Learn from Google? What has Google developed that's anything close to an OS?

    The fact is, Android/Chrome OS have a lot in common with the efforts Apple put forth into making iOS/OS X. Both companies are well placed to learn from each other and this crap doesn't belong in this thread.

    just so you know, summer begins june 21 and ends sept 23 this year. so even it it comes out sept 22, its still a summer release.

    Yes, I am quite aware of this fact, thank you for pointing it out to other posters who might say "an august release isn't a summer release!" though.

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  • Farns514
    Nov 10, 05:34 PM

    I'll probably end up buying them for myself


    where you've been? abercrombies lowest quality company has been around almost 10 years lol


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  • Vertigo50
    May 4, 01:56 PM
    This "story" is hilarious. Only people who have never worked customer service would ever believe any part of this.



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  • Mactagonist
    Apr 23, 06:23 PM

    I thought AT&T's buyout means T-Mobile is going bye-bye?

    408 area code, that means cali. is that steve jobs' personal number? :P

    I am sure any plans to launch it have been scrapped and this is just a left over prototype. You know Apple has a history of planning for every contingency, I am sure there are Sprint iPhones ready to go also. If Apple decides to release them they would be ready to go.


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  • crees!
    Aug 15, 01:35 PM
    So what's the Stand menu in Safari between Window and Debug?

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  • syhr
    Apr 15, 02:48 AM
    I echo the people who aren't happy with the size of these updates. Some of us can't get very decent internet where we live and it ties up our connection for an hour or more trying to update. Fingers crossed this changes with IOS 5 :)


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    Apr 25, 08:04 AM
    They won't. Even if this deal gets approved, T-Mobile will remain a separate company. Everything will remain as it is, except the fact that all revenue will go to AT&T.

    this is probably what they were saying over at the Cingular offices at the time of that deal...Tmobile will be independent NOW...once the deal is finalized...no more Tmobile just the Death Star

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 26, 03:37 PM
    All the rest of the stuff (dealing with power outages, internet outages, maintenance, restarts, software updates, etc.) is nonsense. It's what I do normally or would only very remotely occur.

    I didn't say it was a BIG deal, just that it may be a factor to consider. Granted, I did lump in "basically anything that could cause your server to not be available when you need it".

    I actually do keep all my music on a NAS in my basement so I can access it anywhere. It generally works well. However, sometimes my home internet connection is down and I can't connect. And one problem with my NAS (D-Link DNS-323) is that after a power failure, it doesn't automatically start up again when the power comes back. That has been the cause of many "Grr, why isn't it connecting?" moments for me. It's not a big problem, I just have to remember to go downstairs and turn it on again. And lately I've noticed that instead of spinning up the drive to give me my files, it times out and doesn't let me connect at all. Maybe a firmware upgrade needed?

    All I'm saying is, I can see paying $20/year to not have to deal with these kinds of issues.

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  • MacRumors
    Apr 22, 04:11 PM
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    Mar 13, 03:24 PM
    Anyone have any inventory updates for stores in the area?

    Apr 25, 12:19 PM
    Hope the refresh next week is true :)

    Nov 6, 03:55 AM
    Just FYI.

    The "private" beta that's being circulated is a very old beta in the development stage. VMware has big plans, and is working closely with Apple to have a true Mac look and feel.

    Things VMware Final version will do:
    Be 100% Free
    Support Adjusting how many processors you use.
    64bit support and optimization
    Drag and drop into the VM window (just try dragging a file off your desktop into the VM now)

    ***And full support to use your bootcamp volume. So you don't have to have two disks anymore or one for Virtual Machine, and another for bootcamp with full video accelerations. You can just run your bootcamp volume right inside of VMware for those times when you don't want to reboot, and just need to do work. That way you only have one copy of windows on your machine! No VM needed!

    **Support for "Virtual Appliances" which VMware has a bunch of on their site. Thousands of companies make ready-made Virtual Machines, that you can download and run in VMware, such as a lamp server, special build of RedHat, or a Ubuntu for graphics, or a mail server, or anything you can imagine, there are over 100,000 Virtual Appliances available on the VMware site, and you can create your own "Virtual Appliance" and share it with your friends!

    Mar 3, 10:34 PM
    Sure we are all making jokes about Sheen and his antics. Lets not forget 2 other notable comedians that were huge drug users that showed warning signs, Chris Farley and John Belushi. Sheen is in huge denial and will most likely kill himself at some point.

    Sheen's not obese so he's not going to have complicating health issues like an overworked heart/liver/kidneys or cholesterol clogging up his arteries before the drugs even pass through. Sheen's an F18 with firebreathing fists. :)

    Is Charlie Sheen a comedian? Is he talented? No. But he does appear to have an emotional health issue that could destroy him.

    He was just in the Bahamas with two babe girlfriends and has a hundred million dollars - destroy me please! :D

    He's living the dream. He's a rock star from Mars. Seriously. Personally, I'd rather be Keith Richards with just two remaining brain cells and lived his life than corporate middle management at the same age with all my brain cells intact.

    Apr 11, 10:15 PM
    Not sure if I would consider "AJA, BlackMagic, and Promise" to be "industry demand." :) I'll give ya Promise.

    I would think having names like Western Digital, Sony, HP, Maxtor, Iomega, and Seagate a lot more proof that TB is being adopted. USB 3.0 has been gaining momentum by leaps and bounds over the past year.

    I have a feeling TB is going to be the next Firewire: sure, it works, but USB is so much more dominant at basically the same speeds. But I don't really care at the end of the day...just something much much faster than USB 2.0 for my hundreds of gigs of data that I copy/move around a bit.

    And yes, for the true true true speed fans that need the best of the best of the best in their profession...sure, buy what you need.

    Matrox has already been highlighted at NAB ~ you missed that. LaCie is an original with "The Little Big Disk" being a small RAID SSD drive with TB expect that mid-summer (salivating over this with aluminum body and very small package).

    USB3.0 will have its place for the commoner � but with TB that'll be its last generation; I presume.

    Question (I'm surprised nobody asked this yet): Does TB bring back MBP Disk Mode? The option to hold "T" on boot up to turn your Mac into a HDD and carbon copy data to external or migrate/image from external to internal?

    I also vote for a port replicator type box for MBP/iMac lineup unit.

    I'm still on the hunt for a Corei5 Quad-Core iMac (I'm still confused why Apple downgraded from that to dual-core i3's)?!!????

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