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  • Embed
    Jan 9, 04:54 PM
    *spoilers within*

    Keynote now up for your consumption:

    http://www.apple.com/quicktime/guide/appleevents/



    DAMN u got here before me





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  • sporadicMotion
    Dec 30, 03:29 PM
    Lets see what goes in your favorite coffee cup!

    http://i809.photobucket.com/albums/zz19/sporadicMotion/IMG_0558.jpg





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  • wttheninja
    Apr 14, 12:30 PM
    Well I am going to get mine at my college bookstore since they are Apple certified! After my 8-9am class that is where I am heading 64GB 3G iPad with the Keyboard dock and black case :D:D:apple::apple:





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  • JamesMB
    Apr 23, 06:51 PM
    Itunes only keeps one backup...Every time you backup, the old backup gets overwritten. It has been that way for well over a year...



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  • Kurt
    Jul 9, 07:35 PM
    Anyone live in my neck of the woods? I plan on being there around 6 AM.





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  • skunk
    Apr 5, 01:57 AM
    Yes, men should stop. And to prevent sexual assault women should dress in a classy way. I hope you're getting my point.I get a point, but I don't think it's the point you think you are making.



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  • cb911
    Oct 16, 01:03 AM
    http://projects.tynsoe.org/en/buddypop/

    BuddyPop lets you quickly access your Apple Address Book via a customizeable shortcut.
    It's a small, light and discrete application, has no Dock icon and it is easily and constantly accessible.
    With BuddyPop you can quickly find a contact, and drop them a mail, or copy the address to the clipboard.
    Screenshots are available in the documentation (http://projects.tynsoe.org/en/buddypop/doc.php) page

    BuddyPop is shareware and costs �7; I've spent a lot of time working on it, so it's not expensive...
    Comments and suggestions are welcome : BuddyPop@tynsoe.org.

    this is one sweet app i just found out about. aside from giving you quick access to your Address Book, you can make calls via your cell phone - from your Mac! :D

    it works by connecting to your phone via Bluetooth, so it's only going to work if you've got a Bluetooth phone, and a Bluetooth enabled Mac.

    i've been trying to get it to work with my Bluetooth hands-free kit, but it doesn't want to play nice. :( when i connect my headset to the phone, that's okay. but then when i turn on Bluetooth on my Mac and try to make a call via BuddyPop, it kicks off the headset connection and just dials normally through the phone? does anyone know if Bluetooth can have more than one connected device? perhaps that's the problem...

    but it's still a neat app. :)

    oh, and the screenshots of it in action:

    http://projects.tynsoe.org/en/buddypop/ss1_en.jpg

    http://projects.tynsoe.org/en/buddypop/ss2_en.jpg

    very similar to QS, so i guess this is good for QuickSilver fans. although... could this same thing be accomplished with a QS plug-in? i mean this is a great app, but i'm all for having one app to do it all and clearing out clutter on my HD...





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  • stlredbird
    Jul 2, 10:56 PM
    Trying to jailbreak my 3GS for hours and no sucess .
    it has the new ios 4 software , tried with pnwage tool 4.0 ,
    got a message sayig that firmware is not compatible .
    tried with redsnow , didnt work
    any suggestions ?

    My only suggestion would be to post in this forum instead:
    http://forums.macrumors.com/forumdisplay.php?f=105



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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 27, 05:44 PM
    if they are not tracking people then why have the feature? maybe the information is for someone else??... who knows but one thing is for sure its an invasion of privacy..... even if I do stay home all day and night.

    Not only that but if it only tracked you for a time and then deleted it self automatically then I could see it but my understanding this is not just one day or week so in theory they can track you for a long time.

    For those who do not care fine I don't care what they think, this should be something that can be turned off without loosing other functionality.





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  • parapup
    Apr 20, 03:11 PM
    iOS World Frustration Index suddenly dropped to bottom. Numbers finally start to matter again. Once they add Macs, Mac Pros, Mac Minis, refurb resales etc. to the list (when they run iOS) - it will be time to declare victory :D



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  • AndrewR23
    Mar 27, 08:25 PM
    This is really funny. Hello, I would like to introduce myself. I'm the infamous seller! :) How are you guys. It's funny that most people here are laughing about the stupidity of others like myself.

    But anyway, this is in no way illegal. I would know, being a student of law. In addition, eBay AND PayPal have sided with me on this matter MULTIPLE times. The only time PayPal sided with the buyer was when they claimed they never got it and I had no shipping proof. The item is accurately described, end of story. Stop crying about it and be more responsible.

    Just an ending note, I've made over $2,000 doing this before and used it to buy two amazing Les Pauls. ;)

    Thanks!
    - Dan

    Wheres your proof that ebay and paypal have sided with you? your feedback has no proof either. Liar, and a horrible one at that.





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  • lsvtecjohn3
    Mar 25, 11:07 AM
    I've been saying that Apple was going to replace Google maps in iOS since last year in iOS 5. I hope I'm right.



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  • Cybergypsy
    Feb 16, 05:16 PM
    I have a 8 G iphone in pristine Condition, Looking for a 4G unlocked straight trade, The phone is perfect but AT&T is horrible here and T Mobile is great...Straight Trades only.....

    Many refs here......





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  • WhySoSerious
    Mar 31, 10:48 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148a Safari/6533.18.5)

    You post an article about the iPad with video that can't be viewed on an iPad? Thanks.

    i love your sig dude....."go outside, the graphics are amazing"....i quietly chuckle everytime i read that. :D



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  • iNewbie
    Oct 3, 10:14 AM
    Yet another Notes hater here.

    I first came across it at work in 1992 or so, back with version 2. We used it for our customer support and sales databases, and the company were still using it in 1999 when I finally left them. By then they were also developing a web-server product based on the current Notes webserver component, and re-launched the company around this product, floating the company to obtain extra venture capital. It was quite frankly the worst performing web server I'd ever seen, and the company folded when the money ran out.

    As part of supporting this junk product I had to pass a Notes exam. For that I learnt how Notes mail handled multiple copies of the same large attachment within multiple mailboxes. I forget the full details, but there was a nightly process that ran through the mail database and consolidated such attachments. It was a horrible mechanism. The previous mail system I came from handled this in a far simpler way by simply using hard links.

    A collegue once ran the then current Notes release under the debug version of Windows 3.1, and had never seen so many reported errors in code.

    I'd also had to integrate Notes (version 4 I believe) into another E-mail sytem via a gateway at a customer. Configuring SMTP to an external source under Notes was a pain, and it took 3 'engineers' about 4 hours to try all of the combinations before we could get it to both send and receive mail.

    I've come across Notes a few times since then. Still horrible.

    I just don't understand all these Notes haters and their anectodal stories.. I'm not trying to flame or argue... but only have a reasonable discussion..

    You had a bad experience in 1999... Since version 5 came out in early 1999 you were likely on version 4.x. Notes has come a LONG way since then. This is like hating OSX because you had a bad experience with OS7 or System7 or whatever it was called. The webserver in those days was basically the FIRST version of it in the product. It was probably the internotes component.. you're right it probably wasn't very good back then.. The whole internet thing was jsut really taking off back then...

    I haven't done much with shared mail which is what you're referencing regarding the attachments but again in the EARLY days it was something that people on notes.net said was not perfected.. Again it's a lot better now..

    Notes is NOT going to cure cancer.. similar to Visual Basic it get's a bad rap because it's a RAPID APPLICATION development system. It's also easy to learn. Many Notes developers started out with no prior programming experience. As such not all notes apps in the early days were written very well. But do you know what's cool? All of those applications will still RUN on the latest version. There's no microsoft rip and replace business here. But is that really an advantage? I think so but maybe I'm wrong. Maybe companies really like to re-write existing applications because they will no longer work because Microsoft want's to do something "different"..





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  • coder12
    Apr 28, 06:17 AM
    This is the issue with a yearly product cycle. People begin to understand when that cycle starts over, avoid new purchases of the product, and even tell their friends and family to not buy right now.

    You're right, remember the whole 3gs thing after the iPhone 4 was leaked? Sales fell through the floor cuz everyone just wanted the 4 and they knew it'd be releases really soon thanks to the release cycle.



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  • gatepc
    Jan 1, 10:00 PM
    If he is running on the Macbook Pro, Bigadvs wont work.

    Is this the Macbook Pro we are talking about? Also, what folding client are you using? The system preferences pane? How often do you close the lid, put it to sleep, or shut it down?

    It is a MacBook Pro i7 it stays on 24/7 and always sits on my desk I rarely transport it anywhere. So leaving the application running won't be a problem

    and yes I am using the system preference pane





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  • guffman
    Nov 1, 01:04 PM
    i don't want to ruin everyones excitement, but straight from iLounge (http://www.ilounge.com) - New iPod shuffle arrives; old earphones, weak clip? (http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/news/comments/new-ipod-shuffle-arrives-old-earphones-weak-clip/8907):( :( :(
    I really hope the weak clip issue is just because it is a shuffle from an early batch. Would anyone who already has a new shuffle like to comment?

    My clip feels just fine.





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  • chewbacalips
    Apr 18, 01:57 PM
    I've just installed Windows XP on my late-2010 MBP. I've also installed the drivers via the Mac OS X Installation disc.

    After installing the drivers, my trackpad functions started working. For example, right-clicking (i.e., two-finger click) and scrolling (i.e., two-finger drag) work well. This wasn't the case before installing the drivers.

    But I am missing one function in Windows that is present in OS X:

    In OS X, I would often drag a file from one corner of the screen to the other. I could do this in 2 ways: (1) click-and-hold the file using one-finger, and then, with the same finger, drag the file. However, by this method, I usually am not able to drag the file all the way across in one swoop, so I must let go and try again. Option 2 works better. (2) click-and-hold the file using one-finger, and then, with a second finger, drag the file (while still holding down with the 1st finger). I still get the problem of not being able to drag a file across the screen in one swoop, but in this case, I don't have to let go of the trackpad entirely and restart. I can simply let go of the 2nd finger, and start over (all the while, I never let go of the 1st finger). This method gives me a lot of precision and versatility in dragging files or dragging a selection across long distances.

    The problem is that this isn't working in Windows XP (referring to option 2 in the above examples). As soon as I introduce the 2nd finger onto the trackpad, the computer thinks I'm trying to perform a right-click rather than a drag. It's very annoying because I often find myself trying to perform selections of great length, but can't.

    Any ideas on how to change this to the OS X style? I went through the Bootcamp Control Panel options (which solved some other problems), but it didn't solve this problem.





    MacBytes
    Nov 1, 10:13 AM
    http://www.macbytes.com/images/bytessig.gif (http://www.macbytes.com)

    Category: History
    Link: This Day in Apple History: November 1, 1983 (http://www.macbytes.com/link.php?sid=20101101111345)
    Description:: none

    Posted on MacBytes.com (http://www.macbytes.com)
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    Mitthrawnuruodo
    Mar 29, 08:33 AM
    Just the last week:
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=117175&highlight=dvd+burner
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=116979&highlight=dvd+burner
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=116996&highlight=dvd+burner
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=112469&highlight=dvd+burner





    bchreng
    Mar 31, 05:29 PM
    Hey guys, my screen was full of fingerprints so I wiped it off with my shirt and now it feels sticky when swiping. I also didn't use any cleaning solution. Has anyone else experienced this issue? Any ideas on how to make the surface smooth again?





    alphaone
    Feb 12, 03:13 PM
    if you're building a PC, we'd love to know which parts you're going with, over clocking, etc. if you get a MBP, we want to know what kind of PPD your getting

    I'll keep you updated. Currently I'm working on getting my 10 WU's in under my passkey (at 7 right now) and after that I'll shift the i7 iMac over to -bigadv to take advantage of the pts bonuses and then we'll see what it can really do. Hopefully some big PPD. I'm folding under the name 206pilot.





    jouster
    Mar 25, 03:01 PM
    In the U.S., Google does own the map data (http://www.gpsreview.net/google-drops-tele-atlas/). For further confirmation, note that it says "Map data �2011 Google" in the footer when viewing U.S. maps, and says nothing whatsoever about TeleAtlas or Navteq (this is not the case for some other countries). They made this change back around October around the same time that the very first Google Maps Navigation app for Android was released.

    Also, driving around (http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-9809094-1.html?tag=mncol;title) to collect map data is absurd?



    I agree with you that the current iOS notifications system is terrible. But you do know you can keep Wi-Fi on and just turn off "Ask to Join Networks", right?

    Yes, but wouldn't you get one of those awful pop-ups each time you detected a new network?



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