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  • hob
    Aug 24, 01:54 PM
    Ok, my earlier exclamation may have been premature. I'm also having problems - the battery for my 12" PB is in the range on both the press release and the apple support site, but when I put all the numbers in, it says "no mate" - seems a lot of people are getting this?

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  • Full of Win
    Mar 28, 11:52 AM
    Man, Apple keeps getting lower and lower. First Walmart, now this?

    ...and they showed one of the 'good' retailers, Costco, the door.

    couldn't get one today at the apple store in Atlanta, best buy, or target. would love to be able to pick one up already.

    Which Apple Store did you try, there is more than one in ATL.

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  • linux2mac
    Apr 14, 03:18 PM
    I love the "Apple tax is out of control" straw man argument.

    Very recently I was given a new MS Windows laptop at work. It is a HP EliteBook 8440p laptop. Keep in mind that I knew nothing about the laptop before it was given to me. I am looking at it and thinking, great I was given another low budget laptop to use at work. From the appearance, it looks like a $500 laptop that was built in the 1990's. After doing some digging, this thing is $1300 the way it is configured (starts at $900; Yes, I know this is the MSRP). Talk about a tax that is out of control.

    It has basically a unusable trackpad, too small and because the laptop is so thick uncomfortable after several minutes of use. I ended up hooking up a mouse.

    I love all the extra lights on it, one for the hard drive status, two for power status, two for WiFi status, one for the trackpad status, three for the volume. I also love the inovative way that HP decided to lightup the keyboard, a popout light on the screen frame. Maybe the lack of a lighted keyboard would have drained the 4 hours battery too quickly that is included in this $1300 laptop.

    When I first opened the lid on the laptop I got a good laugh seeing a "intel CORE i5 vPro" sticker that was placed crooked next to trackpad. What is it with all the lights and stickers on these Windows laptops. Someone can't tell if there laptop is on or if the hard drive is accessible.

    Hmm, let me see this or the 13" Macbook Pro or even the 13" MacBook.

    +1 Windows PC's are over priced pieces of junk.

    The only people here to argue against Apple have to be industry plants. How else can anyone be so blind to the quality of Macs versus Windows machines?

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  • SuperCachetes
    Mar 10, 11:05 PM
    No it will not as I do not support cutting back on the Military ...

    You're in Canada? And you don't support the United States cutting back? Would you like anything else? May I bring you a comfy pillow to prop your feet upon, and a little something from Tim Horton's?

    My point was, how 'bout if the USA reduces its military spending to $1 less than the Canadian military budget? Then the Canucks are the badasses, and we Yanks fall in line with the rest of the world. Everybody's happy.

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  • edoates
    Aug 24, 05:48 PM
    Of course, the support web site serial numbers on the batteries "no not validate" even though they are within the ranges, and the phone line is busy (probably forever).

    My opinion: for anyone who bought an Apple batter from the Apple Store (online), Apple should be required to have kept the serial numbers and contact information and then NOTIFY US rather than having me waste my time trying to get through and endlessly waiting on the phone or endure a faulty web site. Such practice on Apple's part will cause many to just give up and live with a potential fire hazard. :D


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  • matttrick
    Sep 4, 10:46 PM



    you guys are arguing over nickels and dimes when it really comes down to preference. people who like os x buy it. people who like windows buy it. they dont sit and think about the cost difference between the two for the most part.

    i thought die hard mac os freaks loved it for its functionality and stability, not its price advantage? and windows haters just hate windows no matter what. good for them. im a big whore and ill get the benefits of both. ;)

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  • Sydde
    Mar 29, 04:47 PM
    I've always felt that WW2 was justified though the way we ended the war was unfortunate and un-necessary.

    World War Two is a pretty bad example for pointing out a justified war. Consider the 28 long months that the US sat and watched. Consider that Pearl Harbor was not just a spur-of-the-moment attack perpetrated by a madman but a response to what was considered an aggressive position taken by the US (cutting off oil exports to Japan).

    There was an organization called "America First" which lobbied hard to remain neutral in the face of that conflict over there in Europe (because a great many Americans — including JFK — were of the opinion that WWI was entered for the benefit of the bankers). America First even objected to Lend-Lease, without which Britain might well have fallen to the German assault.

    If America had taken a timely, proactive interest in protecting her allies from Germany's empire-building adventurism, millions of lives would probably have been spared. This is the lesson we should take thence. Blithely allowing crazy leaders to pursue empire unchecked is a recipe for worse to come. What happens elsewhere is not necessarily somebody-else's-problem.

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  • Harmush
    Oct 20, 08:31 AM
    The glass desk doesn't necessarily help you. You could try looking into Bluelounge's CableBox (Link to product description on Bluelounge's website ( or do a make-shift version.

    thanks. i will think about that idea.
    i think i could make something just like that that would do the job perfectly.

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  • Chimera
    Sep 12, 01:58 PM
    Ordered a black 8GB should be here on or before Friday!:)

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  • techweenie
    Apr 17, 10:07 AM
    I'm confused. Are iPad 2s in short supply or not? If they cannot be found at multiple Apple stores, why is Apple broadening distribution to Toys R us?

    Broadening distribution -- whether new territories or new outlets in established territories -- usually follows a slow down in sales growth.

    The only other possible explanation is that some initial production constraints have been overcome and the product (or particular models of it) is arriving for Apple in numbers exceeding their ability to sell. But then, iPad 2s would be in plentiful stock in Apple stores.

    Don't get it.

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  • MacRumors
    Oct 26, 05:20 PM (

    Apple has released MacBook SMC Firmware Update 1.1 (, which aims to improve the MacBook's internal monitoring system and address issues with unexpected shutdowns.

    A number of MacBook owners have had their MacBooks intermittently randomly shut down on them, an issue which has come to be known as MacBook RSS (Random Shutdown Syndrome). In a recent summary of the issue, including a pending class-action lawsuit (, AppleInsider quotes Ogrady's PowerPage that nails down the root cause of the issue to the following:

    "Essentially the heatsink can expand during use, and comes into contact with the lead from the [thermometer's] sensor cable," reads a more detailed explanation posted at Ogrady's Power Page. "A short circuit results, and the SMC (System Management Controller) pulls the plug. Once the system cools down, the heatsink [recedes] and the contact is broken."

    As is the case with all firmware upgrades, Apple cautions users to not interrupt the update. Detailed information regarding the update can be found here (

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  • daneoni
    Nov 8, 09:12 AM
    Which is faster, the GMA950 or Mobility Radeon 9700?

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  • bmsamson
    Nov 8, 08:57 AM
    i don't know why anyone is complaining that the MB wasn't upgraded to meet the specs of the MBP. we're talking entry level after all, and have to give apple something to justify the price differential to the pro. me, this is just what i was waiting for. c2d with added memory to boot. if i needed more features, graphics, etc., (*and if i could afford it) i'd buy the pro, but i don't. with this upgrade, i can finally retire my performa 6400/g3 sonnet, and have something that will serve me for many years. as soon as the store comes back up, i'm buying.

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  • Source
    Oct 14, 05:15 PM
    Again, you're lying and have again, misinterpreted my posts.

    "You suggsted we rally around some cause."

    No, i suggested people contact Apple in some form, be it email, letter, fax or petition.

    "You never quantified what that something was."

    See above.

    "Good point. You win."

    It's not about winning you arrogant buffoon. Neither of us has "won" anything in this whole thread, i've been trying to point out to you time and time again, that the things we are arguing about are very similar, and yet you continue on a rampage of lies and misinterpretations.

    You see you, Nipsy, make arguments for the sake of looking good to your "audience". You don't hope to achieve anything constructive by making an argument, other than looking good and padding your ego by using sarcasm and making the other person look as bad as you can. You fabricate points in your replies when the person your replying to has made no such point, and if you are as intelligent as you say you are, i can only assume that you are doing that on purpose.

    An intellectual person will try to make constructive comments, and contribute to some kind of solution, you however, do not.

    I agree with you on most of your points, Nipsy, as i have said many times ("Good points").

    If you want a one man show, go on stage or become a politician. They fabricate lies and will do anything to come across as though they're making a good point, when they're not, too.

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  • starlabs
    Oct 27, 11:34 AM
    There's another temperature monitoring utility, called appropriately enough, Temperature Monitor. I switched to it after CoreDuoTemp was flaking out on me. So far, it's given me pretty reliable readings. Maybe you guys should try that.

    I'm pretty sure readings of 15C-19C are incorrect. I've NEVER seen or heard of modern laptop/desktop CPUs running that cool.

    The lowest readings I've gotten on my laptop, from memory, would be low to mid 40s. It usually idles at mid-50s.

    With regards to "pushing the machine = shutdown"... that's only somewhat true. Making both cores 100% cpu usage has been a way to trigger the random shutdown, but that doesn't make it the cause. I've had plenty of situations where my MacBook was idling and just turned itself off...

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  • champ01
    Apr 13, 04:03 PM


    Lets hope it works even better than it sounds.

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  • soapsuds
    Sep 12, 03:53 PM
    The usual answer would be: start with a new source, and compress that to 640x480. If you start with a video that's already 320x240, you can't expect it to look better if you later try to re-encode it to a larger screen size. Can't get data from nowhere... can't get blood from a stone.
    I'm assuming hyperpasta meant getting the videos he/she already has purchased from the iTunes store upgraded to 640x480 without having to buy them a second time. While everyone would love a free upgrade, of course, but since bandwidth isn't free, some sort of one-time discounted fee for upgrading one's entire library to the higher resolution would be a reasonable solution. That would make early adopters not feel like they got screwed for supporting Apple, plus make people hope for a discounted upgrade to even higher resolution videos (at least movies) in the future.

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  • utwarreng
    May 5, 06:55 AM
    I wouldn't mind this, but definitely want the option to turn it off.

    1.) 3G in my area is spotty at best, and often is under 100kbps downstream. I have no desire to sit around and have my phone be useless while this downloads/installs.

    2.) If it installs automatically, I've lost all interest. Stay away from my jailbreak!

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  • starwa314
    Apr 13, 05:45 PM
    Nope. Probably not even close. The Air doesn't have the processors or graphics required for even the current version

    Does nobody do any research? The MacBook Air meets the requirements for the current version of Final Cut as listed on Apple's website. The only one that doesn't is the Early 2008 model because of the Integrated Intel graphics.

    Sep 12, 10:00 PM
    Sadly I don't think the 1G nanos will get them. Remember when the video and nano came out, with the stopclock, security lock, etc? The previous iPods didn't get an update :(.
    There was an iPod update on my 5G today, but it was only for games and bug fixes:(

    Jul 23, 05:09 PM
    3P apps and games? I'm all for it but it would blur the simplicity of the ipod and effectively make it a PDA, i'm not sure Apple/iPod/iTunes is ready to take this step.

    The competition is ready. Wether they have a good product or not is besides the point. Apple needs to enter that "merged market" soon or the iPod will lose its edge.

    The fact is, the less gadgets we have to carry around, the better it is. Except that the "merged gadget" needs to be able to do all things perfectly, no half-baked solutions.

    I wouldn't mind an iPod that could play music, play movies, have games/apps, Safari, Mail (and Wi-Fi, obviously). How about a built-in iTMS access too? These things wouldn't make the iPod "not an iPod" as long as its well implemented.

    Jul 23, 06:29 PM
    It's funny because there are devices that allow you to do these things.
    Apple allows the normal people to move forward in the technology world.

    You're right. Apple is a prime example of making otherwise foreign technology mainstream with a little cachet. Sounds simple, but it ain't.

    Full of Win
    Mar 28, 12:35 PM
    Uh, they've sold the iPhone 4. Who care WHERE you get it, it's still an iPad.

    Because getting your iToy within eye sight of a 300 Lb round-belly hillbilly or 400 Lb woman in pink stretch pants and camel toe does not make for the best experience.

    Aug 7, 11:14 PM
    FYI...anyone that is considering getting the in-store BT/AP module...

    The tech on the phone told me that the G5 Powermac module will NOT work in the Mac Pro the internals have been redesigned (power supply at the top, not bottom, new motherboard, etc.)

    Also, seems the SATA interface is the newer "II" standard with twice the throughput, but it IS backwards compatible with SATA-I drives :DCheck the developer's notes. The Airport module runs on a x1 PCi Express slot and Bluetooth via internal USB 2.0.

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