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  • Patdt13
    Oct 1, 02:14 PM
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  • Popeye206
    Apr 13, 11:57 AM
    Trying to tell y'all... the Verizon iPhone released in February may truly have switched up the game.

    Apple & Verizon came together, and will make LTE work within the iPhone sooner than later, and AT&T is playing catch-up within their entire layout of LTE.

    If there is indeed a wait on the iPhone 5(no June/July release), I'd expect it coming with LTE in the 1st quarter of 2012, or possibly this fall. Apple is making COIN on the iPhone 4, and the next big thing is - LTE(4G).

    Apple is playing this smart as usual... Or this all could be a rumor, and the iPhone 5 will be here in a couple months for a 'normal' launch update, and the iPhone 6 will be the first to introduce LTE in 2012.

    I really don't know... but I do think Apple is playing the Ace of Spades, and may hold on for a new release of the iPhone 4(especially in Verizon's case - Feb '11) before the market, and more emphatically, Verizon's market adoption is seen & heard... Think about it... Apple releases the Verizon iPhone in February, then 4 months later releases a new iPhone - there is some bad business going on there.

    Apple is playing the cards right... just not for the consumer. :cool:

    I do think Apple is taking a slower road on the iPhone5 for several reasons, but I do think it will be sooner than later.

    Things Apple has going for it is the iPhone4 is still one of the best smart phones out there. Also, besides spec bumps and 4G (which is non-existent in 90% of the US), it's getting to a point where there's about as much as you can stick in a smart phone in there already. The other big advantage Apple has is they can give all iPhone4 customers a cool upgrade without touching the hardware. If they do a significant change with iOS5, it might be more than enough to carry us for another 6 months without any hardware envy.

    I think fall may be it. Not sure yet... but I don't think the Verzion iPhone stopped or changed anything. I think it's more of a strategic plan to leverage all the components of the iPhone and iOS to keep it fresh.




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  • ActionableMango
    Apr 14, 05:07 PM
    Spring.

    LaCie and Promise.

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  • Alaerian
    Apr 4, 02:19 AM
    No. You'll be fine. Go ahead and upgrade.



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  • faroZ06
    Apr 7, 08:52 PM
    Good work! I've just double checked your figures and they are accurate (ahem)

    I suppose the original question should have been, "What have Apple got in there?"

    Maybe Steve Jobs has another hobby going, a new Xserve!

    For a while I mixed up exabyte and petabyte, so I thought a petabyte was 1024 exabytes which was 1024 terabytes. Now it makes sense.




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  • electronique
    Apr 8, 10:13 AM
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  • Edking4
    Apr 4, 09:30 AM
    Is now available in four colors as of this morning. Just a fyi.....picked up the blue.




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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 30, 01:38 PM
    Samsung is losing money in a lot of areas. They found a buyer finally for their hard drive business:

    Seagate buys up Samsung HDD division for $1.375 bi (http://www.afterdawn.com/news/article.cfm/2011/04/19/seagate_buys_up_samsung_hdd_division_for_1_375_billion)
    Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 19 Apr 2011

    "As part of the deal, Samsung gets a 9.6 percent ownership stake in Seagate.

    Seagate, for its part, will become the sole provider for HDD in Samsung PCs, notebooks, NAS and DVR alongside the extension of a number of cross-license agreements.

    Additionally, Seagate now has a guaranteed supply of NAND flash memory for SSD, a huge bonus for the drive maker.

    ..."

    As for this post:

    Given the terrific success of the pads & phones, this attack on Samsung by Apple is quite out of place.

    Apple isn't attacking Samsung. Apple is defending itself.



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    Mar 13, 03:43 PM
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  • abhishekit
    Nov 9, 03:11 PM
    I have found Kismac superior.

    does Kismac now support passive scanning with airport extreme? I haven't used it in a long time, and that was the main reason I stopped using it.



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  • Rot'nApple
    Apr 30, 11:10 PM
    So it has to have a torture chamber, no?

    Yes... A room filled with MS software, Zunes, Kins, and a "cloud" courier tablet! :D

    The new Microsoft Bob (http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/content/events/events2011/main-images/WorstJobs.jpg)...
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  • macsaregoodmkay
    Apr 27, 06:17 PM
    What a load of crap, they've always tracked users, as have all the other makers. This is not unique to Apple, nor is it unique to any smartphone brand or model.

    The only surprise would be to those who do not read the EULA.

    You bought it, you signed for it, you had a chance to read the EULA.

    If you failed to, because "it was too long and complicated" sorry but that's on you.



    Me?

    I could give a flip, it's part of the connected web experience of my daily life. I don't have anything to hide and even if I did, there's no hiding anything these days anyway.

    Anyone thinking differently, is either going to one hell of a lot of trouble to hide, or is simply in denial.

    Really? you read every 120 page document that came with every piece of software you install? And understood it without a lawyer?

    And Really? you have nothing to hide? pshh. What about when you sign up for life insurance only to find out you cant get it because google sold your location to the insurance co. complete with logs of you going to (or near) the liquor store on a daily basis. Or the clinic.



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  • MarksEvilTwin
    Nov 26, 12:28 PM
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  • verjesh1
    Jan 7, 12:03 AM
    This Christmas I have gotten a nice mobile fro my father I was very happy because first time My father gave me better gift for me. so I am so happy.



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  • bwrairen
    Mar 26, 10:45 PM
    i wasn't attacking to you, i was replying to this comment:

    Gotcha. My bad.




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  • Jomskylark
    May 6, 06:45 PM
    Hey,

    For this upcoming Mother's Day I'd like to present her with a family photo, but overloaded with silly effects. Think clown nose, devil horns, and moustaches.

    Does anybody know of a good, free (or demo) app that can do this? I don't necessarily need those specific effects. Sorry for the short notice.

    Thanks!

    PS. If nobody knows then I know of a couple iPhone apps that might be able to accomplish this, but I'd rather use my Mac.



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    Apr 7, 01:02 PM
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    Oct 8, 11:01 PM
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  • iKwick7
    Nov 1, 09:58 AM
    Got mine through this morning from the AppleStore. Its absolutely wicked! Very, very diddy and comes with this cool little docking station to charge it and interface with my Mac. Looking forward to a trip to the gym tonight... ;)

    Got mine this morning as well, and also extremely looking forward to using this in the gym instead of my video iPod. :)




    Matt T
    Oct 5, 06:50 PM
    I'm a web designer and I think that part of good web design is flexibility and compatibility; in other words, a good website design should be one that can be customized at the will of the user, such as resizing a text box that is too small.

    Besides, have you seen this in action? (I got a 403 when I tried to view the blog - I don't know about you). Do we know that resizing a text box will rearrange any other elements of the site? Knowing Apple, they've probably come up with some way to resize the text box in a non-destructive manor, and maybe resize it back to it's original size when a user isn't using it. Does that make sense?

    All these features sound like great additions to Safari - especially searching text in a web page; it's about bloody time Apple!




    Eye4Desyn
    Apr 13, 09:59 AM
    I guess we'll just have to find out in June. Maybe not at WWDC, but who says there won't be a hardware announcement at some point immediately following WWDC? Either way, I'm fine with my iP4....that is until iP5 is available :D




    Chundles
    Sep 24, 08:00 PM
    Killing hookers?? :eek:

    Well given your other examples perhaps that just about describes the probable immaturity of an 18 old. Enough said in that case. :rolleyes:

    Qu�? No makie no sensie.

    I was using exaggerations too emphasise the opinion that I think there is a double standard here, if the OP was staying at a friend's house there is as much trouble he could get himself into there as there is at the GF's house, however his parents wouldn't think twice about letting him stay at his friends place would they?




    Kernow
    Sep 27, 06:21 AM
    All I can say is its about freakin' time. Next, how about a dynamic web-based interface for iDisk, so Windoze users don't have to install an application to use it from the desktop, and with the ability to individually password-protect folders?

    I've probably got the wrong end of the stick as usual, but I use the web access for iDisk that is already there - I haven't downloaded any applications at all for my work Windows laptop. Is this what you meant, or was there something else on top of this?




    BruiserBear
    Apr 28, 08:12 AM
    I think Apple waited too long to bring the iPhone to Verizon. By the time they did many diehard Verizon customers had just bought Android alternatives. I think Apple got a little too sucked in by the exclusive money from AT&T, but in the end it might end up hurting them.

    Now Apple is going to have to fight to get those customers in the coming year or two, all the while Android is getting better and better.


    I'm an iPhone 4 customer on AT&T, but I'm still able to see the big picture. They should have had the iPhone on Verizon a year earlier.



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