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  • BeSweeet
    Apr 13, 07:26 PM
    Can't wait to check it out and do a comparison of all of the white iPhone 4 parts that I have lying around.

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  • Brien
    Mar 12, 03:49 PM
    Me too, something is better than nothing.

    That doesn't make the sting from last night any better though; whoever is running the Brea store really dropped the ball last night.

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  • thatisme
    May 3, 07:47 AM
    still no return to the 24"... the perfect screen size for a good chunk of potential buyers, IMO

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  • basesloaded190
    Apr 11, 02:28 PM
    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.

    This couldn't be further from the truth. TB is so much more versatile than USB can really ever be with tons more speed


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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 14, 12:22 PM
    The Apple TV 2 is selling well because it offers a lot of features in a small package for a small price.

    Creating a new AppleTV within a TV is not practical. It has nothing to do with whether or not Apple could do it well.

    You are not going to get people who just purchased a TV in the last 2 years to replace it simply to have AppleTV embedded within the TV when they can buy a $99 box. And people shopping for a TV are likely to opt for having the AppleTV puck + a TV without the feature built in. People know that these devices will be upgraded and they will end up replacing the internal AppleTV with an external of the next version in a few years. So why bother? Remember when the gimmick was to have the VHS and/or DVD built in? Are people now clamoring for Blu-ray built in? No. People get it. Keep the devices separate so they can be mixed and matched and failure of one component doesn't mean replacing all.

    Its just not going to happen. There will be and AppleTV 3 someday I'm sure. But not a TV with AppleTV built in.

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  • Eriden
    Mar 16, 02:05 PM
    First off...Eriden nice meeting you today, sir! Was a fun morning less the disappointment of neither of us getting our desired model.

    Brea had a 105 year old mall cop who yelled at some kids sitting in the middle of the floor. I'm almost positive he called for backup. Haha

    Just ordered mine online. At least have one in the pipeline. And hey...it is getting shipped to Mass so I'll save $20 on sales tax :)

    It was good meeting you too! Hopefully we won't have to wait the whole 4-5 weeks. I'd be back at the crack of dawn tomorrow, but I'm up against deadlines for work projects.

    And that mall cop was hilarious. He probably hasn't felt relevant in 30 years. Getting to glare at mallgoers and check in with his supervisors probably made his day.



  • taxiapple
    May 3, 11:47 PM
    OMG....I would NEVER take information as fact from an "ATT customer service agent". I have received so much wrong info or even been dare I say lied to, I would never trust what a random ATT rep said.

    Not to mention, the service reps are so far down the chain of command, they would not have info on when the next iphone is being released.

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  • Michaelgtrusa
    Mar 31, 10:23 AM
    I really like what I see!


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  • skunk
    Apr 24, 07:02 PM
    I would beat the hell out of any dude that was in the same bathroom as my daughter.Define "dude".

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  • Aadhil
    Sep 30, 02:07 PM
    You know what's funny? I've had ATT for over 5 years and have barely had 5 dropped calls and one of them was an iphone OS issue with OS 2.0. I live in the Silicon Valley so maybe coverage is just exceptionally good in my area, though I recall coverage being decent over in the Adirondacks in NY two years ago.


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  • supremedesigner
    Jul 25, 09:45 AM
    Strange. I check PowerMac section under store and they still don't offer wireless keyboard/wireless mouse.

    That thing is cool BUT I'd rather use Wacom table though.

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  • dXTC
    Dec 29, 12:04 PM
    In subsequent interviews, Donna (her real first name; she goes by the name of "Treasure" on the BBW adult site Supersizebombshells.com) admitted that going for the record was more of a fantasy than anything, stated mainly for her online fans and FAs. She says that she would most likely stop before getting close to that 1,000 pound mark; she doesn't want to become completely immobilized.

    As KnightWRX said, this is rather old news.

    Personally, I've seen cuter SSBBWs. ;)


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  • trule
    Jan 28, 10:06 AM
    I've been an AAPL shareholder on and off since 1982. The company has NEVER been healthier or hotter than it is now. We all know about the record sales of Macs, iPods, iPhones, etc. I was at a major shopping center on weekday afternoon a few days ago, and the Apple Store was literally the only store in the mall that could have been classified as "busy" (and not just with lookers but with buyers).

    Yes, with things so good at the moment one has to wonder where the room for improvement is? Markets are forward looking and it would seem the markets don't see much room for improvement right now.

    I would agree, Apple is on a crest...and the only way is down.

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Oct 3, 01:41 AM
    Do some research on what tall buildings do to cell towers/signal and the ability for your phone to handle constant hand-offs between thousands of towers. Trust me, sky scrapers make it impossible for Verizons, T-mobile, or any other carriers service to be much better than the rest. The other carriers are just better about hiding their shortcomings from the public.

    HORSE *****!

    No he is right. They all struggle with sky scrapers. Verizon happens to use a stronger signal than AT&T so it cuts threw building a little better but on top of that Verizon does not have to deal with towers being over loaded by iPhone users.
    Most of the drop calls happen during tower hand offs and if the tower you need to be handed off to is max out well your call gets dropped.

    Now if you want example of Verizon problems I was getting dropped calls all the time for months a few years ago with verizon and dump them for sprint.

    As for example of building problems on another carrier sprint I could give you a this strip on campus about 50'x50' that as soon as you walked into it your call would drop. Same area multiple sprint phones multiple calls. Just a random dead zone on campus for sprint. AT&T had at least one spot on campus that was almost the exact same way. Skyscrappers make it insane for all carriers to deal with and on top of that you have tons of tower hand offs.


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    Apr 14, 03:01 PM
    Being a non-jetsetting 3gs user, this isn't really worth it for me. Maybe I'll get it sometime, but no rush here. :-p

    But seeing that it "Contains the latest security updates"...
    It would really be nice if small patches and updates like that were distributed through the iOS app store.
    OTA updates would be a GOOD thing.
    (Especially since Apple store employees are known for insisting iPhone users and iPad users don't necessarily NEED a computer. :-/ )

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  • manu chao
    Apr 13, 08:38 PM
    You're going to pay the same rate for your service regardless of subsidy status of your iPhone. Why pay $650 when you can pay $200?
    If you have enough competition, some carrier will fill that niche and offer a noticeably cheaper plan for non-subsidised phones. And when that happens, a full-price (non-subsidised) phone + those plans normally turns out cheaper than a subsidised phone + higher rates.
    For example, regulation making life easier for mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) is one way to enhance competition.


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  • krzyglue
    Apr 16, 08:04 PM
    Then what were you trying to prove?

    All the browsers do it. ChromeOS is just a browser for a normal consumer.

    What were you actually trying to prove? What was your point? Sure you can ignore my comments if you dont have an answer. Fair enough.

    Uhh for starters, Safari.app doesn't.

    I can't tell you how much of ChromeOS is original Google code, but it is a full-fledged Linux operating system, with a full window manager (X11 I presume).

    Calling it just a browser is a bit disingenuous.

    On-topic: I quite like the overall new UI, suddenly makes what I'm looking at right new (10.6) feel dated. :(

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  • Skika
    Apr 28, 03:54 PM
    So you actually get MORE iPhone in the white model.


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  • Abstract
    Oct 21, 04:50 AM
    That is WAY cooler than our Christmas tradition. :o

    I kind of have everything I want, so I guess I want me and my girlfriend to be happy for another year?

    May 1, 10:05 PM
    Good. Hell of a way to kick off your reelection campaign.

    Apr 20, 10:39 AM
    that's easy, macbook without backlit keyboard is too ugly to me.

    Lol ok buddy. Hope your not waiting for there to be a backlit keyboard in the air because I doubt there will be. Apple took it out of the MBA for a reason not for the heck of it

    Apr 17, 07:36 PM
    Thunderbolt would be a killer feature for this machine - and would open up a whole load of expansion options.

    Sonnet are marketing a load of interesting accessories, from Gigabit ethernet and FW800 adapters, to RAID arrays, to full-size PCIe expansion card housings, all of which can connect via Thunderbolt.

    Those CPUs are pretty fast. For everyone except gamers it should be a nice machine.

    May 1, 10:16 PM
    Don't feel any real positive emotion out of it because of how long it took, and how the most damage of 9/11 came from our response in my opinion, but yay I guess? I don't believe he was very active in Al Qaeda anymore, and even if he was, he's an easy replacement.

    I agree with both your points.

    He will be easily replaced I guess... if Al Qaeda isn't already splintered so far that there's no leadership required.

    The most significant effect of this will be on the psychology of the West, particularly in the US. Most of the negative effect of 'terrorism' has been inflicted by the US on itself.

    Apr 23, 01:05 AM
    Apple certainly can design a phone that supports LTE, but getting good battery life out of it is another thing. This is an area of focus for Apple so they won't make compromises here.

    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.

    What do you don't seem to understand is that most people would rather not have to keep swapping the battery in their phone throughout the day, nor should anyone have to. There is demand for LTE, yes, but 4 hours of battery life is not what i would call good. What good is your phone to you if the battery is dead? You may be fine with switching your battery twice a day, but i think the majority of us would rather have a phone that we know is reliable and wont die on us. Also, 3G is good enough for me for now, and I know I'm not alone. When LTE/3G hybrid chips are here, i will welcome it.

    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)

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