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  • clientsiman
    Mar 19, 02:31 PM
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  • pyramid6
    Oct 9, 04:15 PM
    I bought a season of a TV show on iTunes for $25 or so. I saw the same season at Walmart for $45 or so. I'm just sayin'.

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  • Mr. Anderson
    Aug 19, 09:31 AM
    if you feel like buying one and sending it to me, knock yourself out. :)

    its in the mail....should be there in a day or two :D


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  • JPyre
    Apr 12, 04:46 PM
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    Well people prefer to buy AT&T right now, hence out of stock and goin for much more on ebay, soo the stats are wrong...
    They obviously polled people in non-AT&T markets, who live in the mid-west, who wouldn't buy one anyway.


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  • kas23
    May 2, 08:32 PM
    Wait! I thought CRs had it in for Apple? I don't get it?

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  • JackAxe
    Mar 17, 07:36 PM
    COOOL! I didn't know about the Master Quest! It will be a whole game for me... Well, sort of. :)


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  • Eraserhead
    Jun 11, 03:31 PM


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  • MrSmith
    Apr 12, 08:08 PM
    I'd be in the category 'looking for a reason to buy one, but just can't see what I'd use it for'.


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  • Youngy
    Feb 19, 06:58 PM
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    Look at all those super rich democratic donors. Party of the ultra rich

    And Republicans are reknowned for being on the bread-line?! :confused::D

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  • dipenmehta
    Mar 10, 03:04 AM
    I have no word about that facebook is doing well and he deserve the best


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  • kainjow
    Sep 27, 12:21 PM
    I thought the difference between little/big endian was that the byte order was flipped, not the bit order. So 01 in BE/LE would always be 1, 10 - 2, etc. Or am I wrong?

    Anyways, back on topic, I hope the updates improves Rosetta performance. Office and Photoshop run too slow.. and take up too much memory/CPU to keep open..

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  • Blue Velvet
    Oct 21, 05:15 PM
    If you see a svelte, chic, gorgeous and charismatic woman surrounded by a ton of admirers... won't be me. :p

    If I'm there, I shall be wearing black, as all well-dressed OS X releases usually are. ;)


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  • Warbrain
    Apr 5, 10:16 AM
    A MacBook trackpad does NOT need a click to register.
    You can change the settings so that you do not need to click at all, it simply takes your touch as a click. I use it in this way all the time, I NEVER click the touchpad.

    Yes but you do not need to use it as a physical button.
    You can use the MacBook 100% without EVER clicking the physical button.
    The trackpad can be setup in System Preferences to respond to a touch as a click rather than a physical click. That is the way I have used it from days one and I have no issues with it at all.

    I always question the sanity of people who use laptops this way.

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  • RacerX
    Apr 3, 03:00 AM
    I think that Apple was probably aiming to make Pages into a desktop publishing program but then found halfway through that most of the features added in were pretty similar to what word has. Maybe that's why Jobs decided to put it head to head with Word?
    Pages is a resurrected application from more than 10 years ago. It's feature set and implementation are pretty much the same, just as the reaction of both the media and users.

    Pages was never designed to be a page layout replacement. It is designed to be a step above the standard word processor layout aimed squarely at people who know nothing about page layout. This has been (in it's original form) and currently is a template driven application.

    What is so amazing is that people are reacting the same way now as they did before. Always thinking that it'll become more than it currently is. This application has had more than 10 years to be rethought out and improved. If it was aiming for page layout, there was plenty of time to move it in that direction.

    Pages is to page layout what painting by numbers is to art. Anyone expecting the freedom that a page layout program offers has missed what this is about. It isn't about freedom, it is about empowering people with little or no experience to produce quality documents.

    The only reason Pages has been resurrected is that it was an application that Steve Jobs really liked and thought had a place even if it didn't fit into any defined category.

    Steve Jobs, 1993: Pages is a stunning product, and I believe it will become a major mainstream product on NEXTSTEP.

    Pages could be a good product... as soon as people start taking it for what it is rather than projecting what they want it to be onto it.

    Lets look at a 1992 description of Pages from NeXTWorld:The flip side of PasteUp's carte-blanche approach to page design is a layout program from Pages Software, which after several years in the making is close to release under the name Pages by Pages. It guides users to produce well-designed business documents by limiting their choices to a preset range provided in a companion "design model."

    Pages by Pages will ship with seven design models, most aimed at corporate design (other models will be available separately from Pages and third parties). A separate program, the Pages Designer Edition, is used to create models.

    Each model contains rules for typeface control, column layout, headline styling, and other elements that make up a page design. The idea is that an organization will use the product to standardize on a common look for all its documents. The constrained approach also allows users to create attractive designs easily, with a fairly flat learning curve.

    The Pages user interface groups 26 page elements under six basic palettes. All elements are dragged and dropped on the page, and they interact appropriately. For example, a subhead will know that it lives in a column, so it scales to the column width.

    Once users are comfortable with a design model, they have several ways to expand or change it. Every element has an inspector with controls to adjust the behavior of the element. Users may also alter a design model by overriding one or more rules, and then saving it as a style sheet. They can also create a design model from scratch with the Designer Edition.

    Pages believes it has hit on a fundamentally new ap-proach to page design. It is aimed squarely at business publishing, leaving the graphic-design market to other products.
    Does any of this sound familiar?

    The first week Pages was out a lot of people were crowing about a new "Word-killer" and I really felt that was offbase because the better comparison really is to Microsoft Publisher. It reminds me of a light version of Pagemaker from 10 years ago.
    Pages was compared with PageMaker during it's original run also.

    PageMaker was a very powerful application 10 years ago, I should know, I have PageMaker 1.0-6.5 (and still use Aldus PageMaker 5.0a on my PowerBook 2300c today).

    Trying to compare Pages to PageMaker does both a disservice. Pages wasn't attempting to be like PageMaker and PageMaker was never as limiting as Pages.

    As for the comparison to Publisher... that I don't know about.

    I, personally, don't have a need for Pages. TextEdit (with the help of services from other apps) does most of what I need and when I need more than that I have Create. But even though it is not a product I would want, I know people whom this product would be great for.

    The best thing to do is to stop comparing it and give it a fair chance based on what it does. If it fills a need for you, great. If it doesn't, then move to what does.


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  • leekohler
    Mar 11, 12:53 PM
    I will be buying an American made car at some point in the near future.

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  • alm99
    Mar 24, 03:48 PM
    What size is everyone getting? I will be picking up a 32gb since they are out of the 16gb.


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  • JAT
    Apr 5, 10:09 AM
    Thank you so much for that interesting and insightful comment. You really added to the discussion.

    I can help. You weren't sure if posting copyrighted information here is "allowed". It is illegal in most countries, certainly in the USA, where both MR and CR are located. So, no....not allowed, either.

    And to explain cvaldes comment...If you are going to be posting information on the net, you maybe should look up and know a few laws about such things.

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  • gorgeousninja
    Dec 2, 09:11 AM
    I put a case on mine to hide the fugly. Sorry, but the iPhone 4 is anything but good looking.

    I'll take Apples definition of what is and isn't good looking over yours thanks

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  • Westacular
    Mar 23, 05:31 PM
    While they're at it, why don't they just integrate the whole Apple TV GUI into the TV and get rid of the crappy TV GUIs?

    Motorola ROKR.

    It's conceivable that they'd license AirPlay because, well, on the display end, it's simple and doesn't involve an interface. It's like plugging in a screen or speakers, only wireless. But there's no way in hell Apple is going to leave any aspect of the rest of the "Apple TV" user experience in another manufacturer's hands. Not again, and not when they can sell the Apple TV for only $100. If the interface shows an Apple logo and lets your browse your iTunes library, it's going to be a 100% Apple product.

    Feb 18, 11:49 AM
    Isnt Jobs a vegan? Cancer or not, not eating any animal products whatsoever is going to make you quite thin. If for no other reason than most things have animal products thus there just isnt a lot to eat.

    Personally, I so wish that was true. But in reality, not all fat persons eat meat, and not all skinny people are vegetarians.

    You can be a vegan and still stuff yourself full with carbonates, sugar and lots of different fats.

    May 2, 06:54 PM
    Got a white one today for my niece and it's exactly same thickness as my black one.

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    Apr 27, 06:02 AM
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    Nov 21, 04:36 PM
    If they can get it to work, engineers around the world will love them forever. Heat is always such a huge waste in any machinery, from computers to pumps to anything. The cost and environmental savings would be great if this tech (or something like it) can be effectively applied over a broad range of machinery!

    Mar 23, 03:06 PM
    This would greatly improve the usability of airplay, in my opinion.

    Imagine you had your TV on some random channel, while surfing the internet on your iPad. If your TV supported AirPlay, then you could just click the Airplay button on your iPad, and the random channel would be changed to the Airplay content. You wouldn't have to change the tuners over to Apple TV. Much more convenient.


    Fumbling for a different remote to change the input-channel on the TV is currently a minor barrier to using it. Especially when you just want to show a photo or something quickly.

    This also falls in line with Steve Jobs' own comments about AppleTV when he said "No one wants another box".