Thứ Bảy, 21 tháng 5, 2011

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  • saving107
    Apr 14, 01:32 PM
    Nope, I've never enabled them before on my iPad as I'm not an official Apple developer and I didn't have access to the beta release that included this feature in the past.


    I can't confirm this because I already had Gestures enabled once and with every new update, it hasn't gone away. But if they are now enabled without needing XCode, then I guess enjoy because I love using these Gestures (I rarely use the Home button anymore).

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  • shanmugam
    May 3, 08:15 AM
    Previous iMac HD upgrades have involved removing the screen - yes, really.

    Hope these are better in that respect.

    UK prices start at �999 for the 21.5" with 2.5GHz quad-core i5, vs $1,119
    that's a really poor exchange rate dollar to pound !

    is it lower or higher this time?

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  • cal6n
    Apr 14, 07:24 AM
    Well, it is almost time for a new iMac to be released, isn't it? (Or a Mac Mini, Mac Pro, or MacBook for that sake)

    iX... At first you could think about the Roman Number 9. But as you all know, in the upper part of X, you can also find the Roman number V. So that makes 14 then. (IX + V)

    Now, the iMac shipped in 1998, while now it's 2011. 13 years of difference. Almost fourteen. Coincidence? I think not. Maybe that's a hint from Apple?

    Then you got Mac, with a capital M, and a lowercase a and c. In M you can find I, V, and I, which together make (IV + I) 5. In a you can find c and I, which totals in 11 (C+I). Then you got the c, which of course, just translates in 10.
    5 + 11 + 10 equals 26. As much as all letters in the Roman (aka Latin) alphabet.

    Which leads us to believe that we have not to count the Roman numbers, but just the Roman letters.
    M is the 13th letter of the alphabet.
    A is the first letter of the alphabet.
    C is the 3rd letter of the alphabet.
    TOTAL: 17.

    Now we all know Apple's marketing. And you know that's a hint from the name in the title: MarketingName. Big words mean more to Apple than big numbers. "This computer is fantastic" is more advertised than "This computer has 8 GB of RAM". So that can conclude that we'll have to substract the Roman numbers from the Roman letters.

    26 - 17 = 9. Nine indeed. Got it?

    9 was also the number iX, which we started with. This leads us to believe we have to be on the right track.

    Now what are those dots in between the words?

    Anyone else can further elaborate this? Thanks for your help.

    Edit: I forgot the lower case i in iX. I used it as an uppercase letter. So maybe that only counts as 0.5 instead? So that equals 13.5 with the V included. That only gives Apple 6 months to finish the new unknown thing!

    You might need to rethink this, although I'm sure you'll be able to come up with something...

    "C" is 100 in Roman numerals, not 10.

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  • Mac_Freak
    Jul 25, 08:08 AM
    Hey, Bluetooth MM can operate on 1 or 2 AA batteries. :eek:
    Does this mean we will get a longer battery live than the previous one?

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  • Mustafa
    Jul 25, 09:51 AM
    Under System Requirements it doesn't mention Windows. Does this mean......?

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  • anjinha
    Apr 24, 07:20 PM
    the fact is nobody knows the facts ... it could have been a Man trying to disguise himself as a Woman to gain access to the Woman's washroom.

    maybe he was not a transgender and was a threat to young girls in the bathroom.

    I don't think anybody has all the facts ... he was hardly beaten to the point where this thread is labeled "almost killed"

    Yeah, having a seizure from getting beaten up is a walk in the park...

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  • gramirez2012
    Apr 26, 12:37 PM
    $20/year is only $1.66/month. :rolleyes: Can't be any more reasonable, if you ask me.

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  • NightFox
    Mar 31, 12:06 PM
    You lot are going to freak when you see the default system font in the RTM Lion is MS Comic Sans.

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  • Pragmatic67
    Oct 23, 07:54 AM
    just to clear up the confusion, is this a legal or technical restriction? Can you still do this with the basic edition technically, but illegally. Or are there technical restrictions being applied?

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  • 3N16MA
    Apr 29, 02:48 PM
    Competition = Good Thing

    Thank you for that revelation. My eyes have been open.

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  • lPHONE
    Apr 22, 05:59 PM
    do you know how dumb that is? He's moving on to a new company. Along with multiple other people. Also, he was dead on about the Verizon iPhone a YEAR before everyone else.

    Dude. 1/2 the population GUESSED Verizon would be next to get iPhone... Are they all epic analysts?

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  • rdowns
    Oct 24, 07:43 AM
    I hereby declare an end to all the "Waiting for Moron" threads.

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  • Thataboy
    Apr 26, 12:13 PM
    Of course they would charge -- is anyone surprised by this?

    If you copy your actual files to the cloud (a la iDisk or Amazon Cloud Drive), then no additional licensing is required (no matter what the labels say). If Apple wants to keep master files in the cloud, and have you verify you own a copy so you can have streaming access to that file -- that requires new licenses.

    Licenses aren't made out of peaches and puppies. They cost money. If you want to argue Apple should eat the costs, out of the goodness of their hearts, well go ahead and argue that in crazyland.

    Now, Apple COULD use this as a value-add to a structured MobileMe service. Even if they do, I imagine they'd have a separate music-only fee for those who don't want e-mail/iDisk etc.

    This could even pave the way to a subscription model -- if Apple has every song in the cloud anyway, and they've gotten streaming licenses, I imagine it wouldn't be tough to start a Napster/Rhapsody style subscription plan.

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  • rovex
    Apr 27, 01:01 PM
    Ah- we have plenty of people here in the US, just like you, who insist "fact" and "speculation" are the same things. They are not.

    I'm "insisting" that we are dealing with the obvious, So clear cut that I'd consider it reality.

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  • Moyank24
    Dec 29, 11:10 AM
    People can sign up and pay to watch her eat online. Her website says her favourite food is sushi.

    Anyone who would pay for such a thing may be even more disturbed than she is.


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  • triceretops
    May 3, 09:15 AM
    The i7 isn't the default processor?:confused:

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  • appleguy123
    Apr 17, 08:55 PM
    Read post #3 in this thread :)

    I really don't know how I missed him in the list. I swear, I did read it. :eek:

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  • puckhead193
    Nov 1, 01:38 PM
    I've also come to the conclusion that I *want* a D7000 to replace my extremely old, 6 month old D90 :D

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  • PtMD
    Dec 1, 05:11 PM
    I know I'm going to get labeled as a mac zealot and linux apologist for asking this, but isn't it weird how the project spent ALMOST ALL OF ITS TIME looking for ways to crucify OS X/Linux, but they avoided MS like the plague, as if they were afraid to make them look bad?

    "I didn't have much time left for working on Microsoft Windows but I've received the most helpful feedback from the MSRC"

    Riiiight. :p

    Couldn't that be just because Windows security (or lack thereof) has already been thoroughly examined by the industry at large and therefore wasn't as high a priority?

    Jul 27, 01:18 PM
    Trademarks must be able to be shown to be in use to be defensible. You cannot simply trademark any name or phrase you want. You have to demonstrate the current or intended future use of the name or phrase.

    With regards to "doPod", Apple doesn't need to trademark that, as they could argue that the name of a device that was called a doPod was too similar to their, already trademarked, device called "iPod".

    You can file an anticipatory mark. The key is intent to use. For instance, I've developed a product and want to start marketing it, i.e. Zune. I file my mark with the PTO before the product has ever actually entered the stream of commerce. Now getting "real" protection from infringers would require you have used it in commerce rather than intended to use it in commerce. But the PTO doesn't handle infringement, they primarily handle validity.

    If I don't use it, oh well, the next person who comes along and uses the mark with their product gets to argue that I never used it in commerce. My point is that the little guy who comes along and uses the mark is better off coming up with something else rather than getting into any legal dispute with a company the size of Apple.

    Apr 22, 04:43 PM
    Damn that looks scary!

    Oct 16, 09:03 PM
    You should be able to pull 20k ppd with that machine only with the bigadv units...

    I will have to try it when I get home tonight.

    Jul 28, 02:11 PM
    Once you are a market leader, it's almost impossible to be unseated in that market unless you make a lot of mistakes. It comes down to top-of-mind awareness. When you think portable music, what is the first thing you think about? iPod. 90% of consumers will buy from the brand with the #1 top-of-mind awareness, and it goes down steeply from there.

    Apple needs the competition in order to evolve better products, but it's not a huge threat in terms of Apple losing the top spot. It may lose a few points of market share, but it will certainly continue to lead the market no matter how much cash Microsoft throws down. Apple is simply better at marketing, better at making things cool, and those are the two things that have made the iPod a success -- two things that, I might add, Microsoft is terrible at.

    I wish Microsoft luck with this, but would advise stockholders to get out now.

    Oct 23, 07:51 AM
    As if that's going to stop people. Most people don't even know about these usage restrictions.

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