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  • Yamcha
    Mar 28, 11:42 AM
    I'm surprised at the response, I'm personally looking more forward to Mac OS then anything else, I couldn't care much for the next iPhone..




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  • res1233
    May 6, 05:37 AM
    WOW.

    First step to a totally closed system. Pretty soon all our applications we want will have to come through the App store for our Macs. The day I see that is the day I turn my Mac OFF.

    I will go back to Windows in a heart beat if I am forced to buy my applications and such through Apple.

    First off, why do you care where you get your apps from? Second, I highly doubt Apple is going to make Mac OS as closed as iOS. It just makes no sense. They would have to redesign too much of the OS to make it that closed, and they'd have to take away so many features that it wouldn't be the same OS anymore. I doubt Apple is stupid enough to do that. It's true that Apple wants to have as much control over the entire process as they can get, but I firmly believe that there are limits to it. They wont sabotage their own OS because I don't think i've ever met anyone clueless enough to think that that would be a good idea.




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  • myca
    Apr 5, 02:42 PM
    Much of it is the automatic association that "jailbreak = pirated apps" which for many of us is not the case. I have spent $52 on apps in the last 3 weeks of having iPad... they're making a killing off me. Even with all of the apps I have, I can't stand looking at the device's home screen with an inch of space between each app, and it drives me nuts that I am limited to how many icons i can put in each folder. IF I can't jailbreak this thing in the next week, it's going back to the store, and I'll buy the Xoom. It solves all the issues. Would rather stay with Apple because the hardware is so much better than android, but I have to be realistic, software is what makes any device (hence why I like my Mac so much)

    I tip my hat to you that you still buy your software when Jailbroken phones can easily use pirated software.

    This is one of the reasons that Apple (and the console manufacturers to name a few) are so careful with creating these closed systems. It's been pretty much statistically proven with the PSP that the ease of hacking the device made software sales suffer dramatically: a 2.95 tie ratio, compared to the DS 4.5 ratio which itself has been plagued by piracy. Whereas the wii, 360 and PS3 all have a tie ratio of over 7. So it's understandable that when a company relies on revenues from software through things like the app store, or licensing fees in the case of the console makers, they want a closed system that they can control to avoid the problems sony had with the PSP.

    The more Apple go down the road as selling their ios devices as media/gaming consumption devices the more they will want a solid closed system. Which I'm fine with, as my iPhone is a phone, with a few apps on it and it plays my music, if apple ever tried this on their actual computer OS I'd have to brush up on my Windows skills pretty darn quickly.

    Of note the PSP has sold over 60 million but is still deemed a failure, in part due the terrible tie ratio.




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  • balamw
    Apr 11, 08:28 AM
    If someone in my group had sent me a quick email with this equation I would expect to see-

    (48/2)(9+3) or 48/[2(9+3)]

    This is even more important when the equations I was using were a lot more complex!

    Step back a bit. Someone in your group would actually send you an expression that was full of constant numbers rather than reducing that to the answer?

    As s a physicist by training I hate it when the meaning is bled out of an expression, by rote plugging in of numbers. Engineers love to do this kind of thing and take a perfectly nice equation, lump a bunch of stuff together and take a few implied logs for good measure and think it still has meaning. :p

    I'd expect anyone who knows what they are doing to send something like x/y(a+b) rather than 48/2(9+3). Preferably with an extra pair of parens/brackets to improve clarity. Or send you TeX $\frac{x}{y}(a+b)$ or even code if this was a numerical exercise. This would assist in your sanity checking if, for example, you saw that x was a distance, y was a time and a and b were also times and you knew the expected answer was a distance you'd know that (x/y)*(a+b) was meant. If you were looking for acceleration you might go back to the author and ask, "did you mean (x/[y*(a+b)])?" instead of taking the original expression at its face value.

    In the absence of context and any other information the answer is 288.

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  • macaddict06
    Jul 21, 04:31 PM
    Well, I guess Apple was pretty dumb last year when they annouced the Nano while the iPod mini promo was still going strong. The promo didn't change and the mini was only availabe to edu customers so they could finish up the promo.

    September 7, 2005
    Apple Introduces iPod nano

    "Back to School Promo. College students � buy a qualifying Mac before September 25, and get a free iPod mini"

    Point is, that was released in September. As in, not at WWDC, so the point is still the same.




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  • Lepton
    Nov 26, 05:22 PM
    Listen my children. Take a Sony PSP. Chop off the two ends with the game controls, leaving just the screen. This is the form factor. Remove the Sony drive put in a hard disk and infrared port and touch sensitivity. Leave the WiFi, removable rechargable battery, USB 2, headphone.

    This is pocketable. It runs OSX. It is 'the' video iPod. It is a smart remote. It is an Apple Remote Desktop device that can control ANY Mac over WiFi or the Internet from anywhere.

    Now add quad GSM and you have the Apple iPhone. I'm tellin' ya. $500.

    And, Apple becomes a cellular carrier using that huge enormous data center they just bought. The phone works on any carrier but with Apple yoiu get all you can eat high speed Internet, perfect iSync, music/video downloads/purchase, ARD and so on.




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  • �algiris
    Mar 31, 06:29 AM
    Sounds just like some bloke from Apple. Snow Leopard's the last of the true desktop OS's.

    Really? In what sick and twisted world are you living? What's so very different in Lion that it's "not true desktop OS"? Launchpad the end of all?




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  • citizenzen
    Apr 15, 06:40 PM
    Firstly, your perspective would change completely if you ever decide to invest or trade.

    Sounds like a good reason to avoid it.

    Why focus your perspective on gaining wealth?

    Aren't there more important things than that in our brief lives?




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  • teme
    Jul 21, 02:53 PM
    About MacBook... when Merom is released, Yonah's price will drop. This would help Apple to make a $999 MacBook with 2.0GHz Core Duo. The more expensive model could be a $1299 Macbook with 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo.




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  • bella92108
    Apr 5, 02:24 PM
    If this forum would allow me to rate this story, I'd rank the outcome as Positive!

    Here's one for those of us who to choose to play by the rules!!

    ...and I absolutely LOVE my iPhone, btw...

    TV = Tranny?




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  • Vulpinemac
    Apr 25, 11:31 AM
    "Allegations"?
    People claim the iPhone saves cell location data on the phone, and also saves this file during iTunes backups. This is TRUE, and can be verified by reading your OWN iPhone database, which shows where YOUR phone has been. That would be impossible if it didn't save that data.

    SOME people (not most!) also claim that the data is sent to Apple, rather than just kept on the device. THIS, however, is unproven and may well be false.

    As it stands, though, I don't see how "The info circulating around is false." is not a lie. It's very easy to verify that "the info" that this data is indeed saved is true.

    While the data is being saved may be true, the info that Apple is tracking its users is false, and this is what is being spread so widely in the news. As such, the statement that "The info circulating around is false" is subsequently true.




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  • dbhays
    Jul 30, 11:30 PM
    Boy, that phone is fugly!
    http://home.earthlink.net/~dbhays2003/chocolate.jpg

    It's the iphone killer no doubt!




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  • navguy
    Dec 12, 11:43 AM
    I find I am getting a hissing noise when hooked up using car speakers for playing music. It's a new cable and I have no idea if it's the car connection; the car kit; or the cable.

    Hoping to get car kit for Xmas, but i'm not suprised by 'noise' coming through the 'line out' ... when a device cradle has antennae (GPS) / broadcast (bluetooth) electronics near by they can interfere. (my other experience with this is a portable XM radio w/ cradle holder - and could never get line out to not his, had to use fixed mount to car antennae for best transfer of sound).

    Hopefully others are not having this problem, and you can exchange as defect.

    Good luck, may be joining you in a couple weeks ...


    New question ... since the phone is linked via bluetooth to the Car Kit, does the bluetooth engage even if you don't place the phone in the device? ... if it's still in pocket, does a call ring through the speaker of the Car Kit when in the car?




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  • SandynJosh
    Nov 23, 12:05 PM
    Apple learned that with their old music player, you know the one before the iPod, oh wait there wasn't one...

    Oh yah, there was one. It was a CD player that was soooo bad hardy a soul bought it and it's barely remembered. I think it happened while Steve was at Next abd the idjuts were in control of of Apple. It may have set a record for a short lifespan, not counting Microsoft's vaporware that was never spawned.




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  • GQB
    Mar 28, 10:47 AM
    im the opposite, this would be devastating to me as my contract runs out June this year......



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  • LeoNobilis
    Mar 29, 05:03 PM
    Those idiots must stop investing heavily in the asian markets. They are essentially selling their technology to asians, while also squandering immense financial resources on them.



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  • MacNut
    May 3, 01:36 AM
    I prefer my summer temperatures getting out of the 30's.:p




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  • bedifferent
    Mar 30, 10:56 PM
    Application Launcher - Useful for organizing apps
    Versions - Useful for those who don't leave an external HDD plugged in at all times such as laptop users.
    Resume - Useful when you need to restart your Mac.
    Auto-save - Self explanatory.
    Mission Control - Useful because you can view EVERYTHING on your Mac at a quick glance your windows, spaces, full screen apps, dashboard, etc.
    Lion Server - Server functionality that wasn't there before unless you bought a server capable Mac.
    Air Drop - Useful for quick file sharing.
    Full screen apps - Useful when you are only doing one thing on your Mac or when you are using an app that uses a lot of real estate.

    Want me to explain any more features for you?

    Application Launcher is horrendous. Moving an app each icon at a time, and restarting after command+alt+control deleting applications brings them back. If you could command+click on more than one app to arrange them, that's an improvement. Beyond that, it's an implementation that makes more sense on a multi-touch iOS device than a desktop OS. FAIL

    Mission Control - I agree, an improvement. A bit buggy, but it is convenient to see Expos�/Spaces/Desktops unified. Although I loathe the 2-dimensial/linear "Spaces" implementation, "Snow Leopard" had it right. An iOS Springboard "Spaces" on a desktop system is counterintuitive Mr Jobs, especially for those who use spaces on a projector for demonstrating different desktops quickly in lectures, presentations, etc.

    As for the rest, applications such as "MacPilot" already have the ability to utilize those functions (and ad-hoc AirDrop is interesting but unless you are with another nearby Lion system and both are present to "accept" a transfer, it seems rather meh).

    The lack of color in the system icons is god awful. Color graphics are much more easily identified than a scaled down grey icon.

    Stroop effect (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stroop_effect)

    Green Red Blue
    Purple Blue Purple

    Blue Purple Red
    Green Purple Green

    the Stroop effect refers to the fact that naming the color of the first set of words is easier and quicker than the second.

    This is very relevant in working as it distracts and takes longer to identify aspects that lose inherent and easily characterized qualities. If there isn't an option for this in the GM/Commercial build there better be a patch ala iTunes.rsrc to bring back sidebar color icons.




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  • muffinss
    May 4, 05:44 PM
    Wow, what a great job to completely and unfairly judge people.

    I consider myself OCD level organized. One of the reasons why I am so organized (more so than ever now) is because much of my media and software have transitioned to digital.

    You have a very negative spin on Apple's approach. Instead of "dumbing down", I'll call it "simplifying", and I absolutely welcome the change.

    I to have OCD, but I also realize that's its not hard providing an option for people to burn a copy of their digital download to a cd or disk. So far, as we know, they wont be allowing that.

    It doesn't make things harder, complicated or confusing providing such an option.




    SA22C
    Nov 5, 06:54 AM
    Every platform has issues and my guess is that Apple's less-than-stellar response time to exploits and the ever-rising Mac marketshare means that our time with no viruses/malware is going to come to an end. I'm glad there's a free solution out there and I'll be more than happy to try it out.




    MacBookPro13"
    Mar 31, 05:17 AM
    I reckon Lion will be the last of cat names used for OS X.

    They can't really call the next one Ocelot, for example.

    Mac OS X Pus*y ;)




    Mac'nCheese
    Apr 9, 09:46 PM
    Yeah for common ground! Our relationship just hit an inception point and I think things are looking up. :)

    Nothing wrong with a fun disagreement, though! Time to hit the hay, have a good night!




    Reach9
    Apr 26, 02:26 PM
    Competition is good :) Keeps Apple on their toes

    Don't need another MS Monopoly.......

    Agreed.
    I'd prefer Apple to work towards beating an opponent than taking it easy.




    Thunderhawks
    Apr 7, 10:17 AM
    Ehh, purposeful or not (as a sabotage)...not good news for iPad competition:( Which isnt good news for us iPad users...Apple needs constant pressure to release revolutionary products.

    Of course not purposeful. They bought what they needed and couldn't care less as long as they got what they needed.
    Why would anybody care about competitors getting any components of any kind, if they get what they need?

    Don't agree that Apple needs constant pressure.

    Any good company gets its pressure from within (to make it's products better, to sell the next generation) and from market research and consumer communications.

    I bet they know that MobileMe sucks (I gave it up as there is better stuff for free) and will do a major overhaul.

    I think we will see tablets taking a big chunk out of notebooks and become the next note book generation.

    The next revolutionary thing. (Dick Tracy watch that works:-)
    Could be that we'll all run around with little receivers and get the info out of the cloud via Wifi type "Gas" station network free of specific carriers.
    You'd go to such a station and dial yourself into your network as they all have Verizon, ATT , but they'd also have the renegades etc.

    These receivers will be able to project anything one would normally watch on a screen onto anything flat (wall , paper , desktop, side of a briefcase, even your hand etc.) so the current panels could become strong projecting lenses.

    Lenses can be smaller to project, so development of image sensors is next.

    Go RIM , MS and start developing or Apple will.



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