Wednesday, June 1, 2011

iphone 4 wallpaper

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  • spillproof
    Nov 5, 11:51 PM
    I watched a discovery channel show a few years ago where I think Spain was selling phones with a chip in them to act as a bus pass.

    I would really like to see something like the OP become main stream. I like the MasterCard� PayPass� idea but you still need to take out a card and deal with your wallet; but if it was as easy as waving a phone and a pin code, I'd love it.

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  • Themaeds
    Apr 13, 06:14 AM
    Can't find an iPad 2 for AT&T, but bunch of VZ on the shelves in California...:p

    well obviously the stock levels at your local Apple store are a far better indicator than a national survey

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  • SteveSparks
    Mar 23, 06:55 PM
    They're going to realize that the existing machines they have- or Windows machines that can be had for much cheaper- are quite capable of handling any non-classified activity without switching to new hardware.

    The Government, I mean serious government, with big purchasing power gets great deals on Mac's better than you think and competitive to the high end systems you might get from Dell etc

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  • scem0
    Sep 14, 01:54 AM
    I am mad at apple, their processors suck right now... not to mention their price. Im not gunna spend 3,000 for a computer that I could get with -yes - a worse os, for 1,000. Macs just arent worth it right now. Until they have something that can compete speed wise, my next comp is a PC.


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  • Tilpots
    Jan 4, 09:59 AM
    Whoever advised them to now put the maps onboard and download as needed, needs to be fired- poor decision.

    Agreed. Downloading anything on Edge is awful, but downloading mission critical graphical maps and directions when you get lost? Just dumb.

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  • tmaxxtigger
    Mar 11, 10:01 PM
    50th in line at Allen BB, but they did not have much left by the time they reached me, mostly white and 3G that not many wanted, bummer. Target and Walmart in the area has little to nothing either.


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  • Bubba Satori
    Apr 6, 01:06 PM
    :( I am starting to think why do i have a mac, as i need so many dam adapters.

    100 billion in the bank.

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  • fixyourthinking
    Oct 26, 03:05 PM
    Only edits lossless not compressed files.

    It doesn't edit AACs or MP3s.


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  • aegisdesign
    Oct 16, 07:09 PM
    Of course it's due soon....

    .... my Sony Ericsson P990i arrives Thursday so Apple are bound to come out with an iPhone now I've bought a new phone.

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  • Cougarcat
    Apr 27, 01:20 PM
    At this point price is the only thing that concerns me. Hoping apple keeps the same price point as Snow leopard and the upgrade coming in at $29. or $49 on DVD

    $29, Not a chance. Probably at least $79.


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  • marksman
    May 2, 06:27 PM
    My buddy posted this (, and I tried to tell Engadget -- they wouldn't hear it.

    Kind of ridiculous.

    It is amusing, because it was clear from the first photograph claiming a thickness difference was taken on an angle that simply made the white iPhone look thicker.

    Was pretty clear that was all it was. Firs thing I thought is why did they not take the photo head on and level like your friend did.

    It's clear that some iPhone 4s are thicker. (see engadget photo)


    That new engadget picture with a piece of glass and some spacer in it is not evidence of different thicknesses. it involves so many different pieces of materials it is not something that should be considered accurate.

    Why can't engadget afford actual calipers. They can't be that expensive.

    As for the TiPB pictures, I have been staring at them for the last few minutes, and I can't even determine if they know how to use the calipers or what measurments they are comparing to each other.

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  • OdduWon
    Oct 10, 05:30 PM
    Intel's line doesn't leave much room for a bump... unless Apple is going to use the Core and Core 2 processors as a product differential. Talk about gay considering the two kinds of chips costs pretty much the same.
    theres almost no difference in processor speed between the MB and MBP now. it would be smart for mini and Mb's to core 2 also since there the same price. but it's hotter and duo works so maybe just MBP tommorrow.


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  • jsw
    Sep 13, 08:55 AM
    Unless they keep me overnight, I'm having the midshipman I sponsor from the Naval Academy pick me up and get me settled at home. I'm sure I'll be just fine - I'm just a worrier. :rolleyes:
    Is this the same guy ( who is likely to post naked pictures of women all over your bedroom so you'll wake up, see them, but be too weak to take them down?

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  • munkees
    Mar 19, 12:37 AM
    it took 10,000 pictures (99%) in auto setting, on my Canon T1i, to learn that my pictures sucks, and now I using Av, and have learned lots about f/stops, and lenses, photos are now starting to look better, learning buy seeing other pictures and how they did it.

    Learned that iPhoto has nothing magical about it.

    I am not big on post processing unless I want HDR or tilt-shift. I do very little modification.


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  • Kane08
    Mar 13, 01:14 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    No problem here. No problem last time either

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  • JML42691
    Mar 13, 10:17 AM
    Checked my phone at about 3:06 this morning, when I hit the sleep/wake button the lockscreen clock said 2:06, but as soon as I unlocked the screen the clock adjusted to 3:06, hardly a problem for me, and Verizon iPhone by the way.


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  • Abstract
    Sep 25, 10:50 PM
    The phrase Podcast didn't exist until the development of Apple's iPod....

    So? Some words like "Podcast" are adopted from popular culture. I still talk about Walkmans, not "Portable Audio Cassette Decks". Imagine how annoying that would be to say every time?

    I can understand why they want to protect the iPod name. That is their name, and that is their product. However, they really should leave "Podcast" alone. Having a "Podcast" is like the ultimate insult to everyone like Creative, Microsoft, etc. The name "Podcast" exists not because people want to leech off of the iPod's popularity, but because of the iPods popularity, and how endeared it is by our culture. These "Podcasts" were created to be downloaded onto iPods so that people can listen. In our society, iPod comes to mind first. Nobody was thinking of creating these audiocasts with the Creative Zen or MS Zune in mind. If they end up on a Zune, that's fine, but the thought was to get their content on iPods, which is really quite a compliment to Apple when you think about it.

    Apple should really reconsider their actions.

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  • SciFrog
    Apr 16, 08:14 AM
    Every little bit helps. But what we really need is people with 8 cores plus (virtual, desktop machine) running bigadv, at least until faster GPU and/or a GPU client for mac.

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  • bbydon
    Feb 18, 10:54 AM
    Everyone is dressed up but Steve....awesome.

    He did wear a tux to the oscars at least.

    Sep 22, 06:33 PM
    Anyone know whether or not the IMACs are going to be updated in the next few months?

    I am starting to look for a new computer (switching from a PC to a MAC) and trying to get a handle on when possible updates might be released if any. I would hate to buy in the next couple months when all I had to do was wait until the end of the year.

    Thanks for the help...:)

    Apr 12, 03:13 PM
    the gap between office 2011 on mac and office 2011 on windows is very tiny now.

    That's enough reason for me not to buy it. The ridiculous illogical placement of buttons on that damned ribbon destroys the user experience to such an extent that I can live with iWorks only.

    It's about time Microsoft starts talking to actual users. I work in the typical MS Office business environment and I have NEVER met anyone who is completely happy with the user experience of the office package.

    redeye be
    Jun 24, 02:08 AM
    It would be great if we could also have possibly have a team overtake, and who may overtake our team. In addition, something showing the day-to-day output of the team.
    Already on the to-do list (see the first post).
    I meant to do this at the same time as building in user targets but i'll keep it for the rewritten version. That way you'll have something to look out to. A bit like Christmas indeed. ;)

    About the day-to-day output, what do you mean? Info that is not provided in the team details? In reference to overtaking?

    Mar 27, 12:51 AM
    Stereoscopy works but by god that sweet spot it requires is really fecking tight! The merest tilt throws it off and as this is a handheld console you will be throwing it off a lot, unless you unnaturally physically force your arms to hold it as rigid as possible, hold your eyes half crossed and fixed tight (which strains), and your neck stiff too. It's clear why Parralax 3D is a long way off being used for commercial TV screens. When it works it works, but it takes a wasps fart to blow it off course.

    That's disappointing. I read in a review the 3d effect hurts the battery life, too.

    Still on the fence about getting one...Nintendo's newest console and all...but none of the launch titles really interest me except Shadow Wars.

    Apr 15, 12:26 PM
    zimbra, pop/imap

    what a joke. firewall guys, we want email on our phones. we need to open the firewall on a few more ports

    exchange is database based which makes it easier and cheaper to manage it

    Wait, how does Exchange being database driven have anything to do with Firewall ports of POP/IMAP protocols exactly ? Exchange does the same POP/IMAP protocols and if you want your phones to access the system using those protocols on an Exchange server, you'll have to open the same firewall ports... Are your 2 statements even related ? Do you even realise Zimbra's backend is also database driven, except they use a much more standard RDBMS (MySQL) rather than Exchange's proprietary EDB format (which is loosely based on MDB, since both use the JET database engine, a far inferior database format that's more akin to SQLite than to a real RDBMS).

    But of course, you know all of this right ?

    And are you suggesting that push based e-mail requires a "database driven" backend in any sort of way ? Because that would be quite ludicrous a claim a to make. And of course, are you suggesting only Exchange does push based e-mail ? Because that would be ignoring Zimbra's Z-Push functionality...

    The fact is, AD, Exchange, they are so widespread exactly because of what I said earlier : Microsoft got their monopoly from IBM in the 80s and then proceeded to leverage at every chance to make solutions that do not inter-operate well. AD is integrated into Windows client tightly, it's a pain to make it work for anything else as far as SSOs go. Exchange is a success thanks to Outlook's widespread use, which is thanks to Office's dominance, which achieved it through Windows widespread use on the desktop.

    This is typical Microsoft modus operandi and why I have ethical and moral reasons to not work with their products as much as I can personally help it.

    Your SQL server example is also short-sighted. A 1/4 the cost of Oracle ? No duh, you're getting 10% of the product. Typical though that people look for Oracle when their needs don't even require it. It's just the best there is right now, and of course, you have to pay for that. However, you don't always need the best, in fact, Oracle is overkill for about 90% of RDBMS use out there.

    This is all moot, the subject of this thread is Apple hiring a Data center manager, not a product manager, that used to work at Microsoft. I see no problem in this, the guy is probably very qualified.

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