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  • anonymous5332
    Apr 14, 08:58 AM
    Panic ( developer Cabel Sasser ( noticed a strange bug in the iTunes App Store this evening. As part of the hardware requirements on several new apps, a placeholder name "ix.Mac.MarketingName" has appeared on several apps' iTunes listings.

    Let's look at this from the developer's point of view. If it's not an accidental glitch � it must be a placeholder for something not yet released. We [developers] use such placeholders/variables in templates all the time and don't put dots at random places. Usually when we put a dot after something it means that we are talking about particular trait or side of the object. E.g: person.age means 'age*of the person'.

    In this case is likely to imply:

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  • vincenz
    Apr 25, 12:26 PM
    Really hoping they bring back the 24" this was really a great starter size.

    Nah, they make much more profit from having just a 21.5" and 27"

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  • 63dot
    Mar 1, 08:40 AM
    Over the years, Sheen has shown himself to be pretty volatile. But that being said, Chuck Lorre is also a piece of work. What's funny, but not surprising, is how in many ways the two guys are similar.

    Sure, Charlie has had great success with this show and was in some high profile movies, and sure Chuck Lorre has been at the helm of some high profile projects, but somewhere along the way, nobody told either of these men they were not God.

    Anyway, it will be interesting, yet predictable, to see this war of words back and forth. I don't think the world would miss Sheen or Lorre leaving Hollywood.

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  • bluebomberman
    Jul 12, 07:58 PM
    Lifeofart - some advice please.

    I've been trying to find the "brochure wizard" (specifically the flexible page/quadrant location feature) that you talked about in MS Word (I have the latest version and updates). I would find it very useful, but can't locate it. Can you tell me how to find it?

    1) New>Project Gallery
    2) Click on the New Pane on top.
    3) Choose Business Forms.
    4) Choose Brochure.
    5) Choose a template that doesn't suck.
    6) Wonder why brochures are listed under Business Forms.
    7) Pray that you don't need more than a 6-column brochure on one double sided-sheet of paper.


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  • SchneiderMan
    Sep 13, 09:25 PM
    Do you ever leave your basement? How will you know if it is a hit? :p

    Iv'e got good taste.

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  • topgunn
    Jul 24, 03:18 PM
    I really hope that this mouse can better distinguish between a right and left click than the wired MM.


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  • ciTiger
    Apr 22, 10:18 AM
    I'd rather have more storage on my iPhone than 4G, it s not even available in a lot of countries yet..

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  • MrChurchyard
    Apr 14, 05:14 AM
    Or just do away with iTunes entirely and choose which available (i.e. purchased) apps you want to install directly in App Store on the device. Let any backups be cloud or Time Machine based.
    The genius part of iTunes sync is that it does a lot in one go:
    - Backup
    - Check for OS updates and install them if available
    - Carrier updates
    - Sync apps
    - Sync media
    - Sync other infos
    (Also: Activation)

    I don't see the iTunes sync going away soon unless Apple can provide *all* and not just part of that (well maybe except media sync) as cloud solution, and for every user (=not a paid service).

    Would be great, but it's more complex than it sounds.


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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 14, 12:22 PM
    The Apple TV 2 is selling well because it offers a lot of features in a small package for a small price.

    Creating a new AppleTV within a TV is not practical. It has nothing to do with whether or not Apple could do it well.

    You are not going to get people who just purchased a TV in the last 2 years to replace it simply to have AppleTV embedded within the TV when they can buy a $99 box. And people shopping for a TV are likely to opt for having the AppleTV puck + a TV without the feature built in. People know that these devices will be upgraded and they will end up replacing the internal AppleTV with an external of the next version in a few years. So why bother? Remember when the gimmick was to have the VHS and/or DVD built in? Are people now clamoring for Blu-ray built in? No. People get it. Keep the devices separate so they can be mixed and matched and failure of one component doesn't mean replacing all.

    Its just not going to happen. There will be and AppleTV 3 someday I'm sure. But not a TV with AppleTV built in.

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  • d_and_n5000
    Jul 21, 10:13 AM

    As long as Apple doesn't grow too fast, this is great news. Get to Gateway in the next few years, and I'll be happy. Just don't grow too big, Apple.


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  • Eidorian
    Jul 25, 09:56 AM
    How rude.:mad:All that I have is Apple Store experience and testing one at work. We did get a Software Update for it but back in 10.4.2 for the wired one.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 28, 05:10 PM
    Apple actually NEVER tells case manufacturers when there's going to be updated/changed specifications, so case manufacturers never know. Case in point...the Verizon iPhone and it's change. Not one case manufacturer knew before hand. And the manufacturers that this hurts the most are the smaller, more custom/high end case manufacturers, like all of the CNC guys. Just creates more setup for them, and a headache to run pieces at yet another dimension. I have quite a few friends in this line of work, and I know how they hated the unannounced change in specs to the Verizon model.

    So what are the stories on this site about cases for upcoming products? Are manufacturers gambling on leaked information? I'm just asking; not being sarcastic.

    In this case I think Apple would as they provided bumpers themselves for the antenna issue. I believe they would want properly fitting bumpers for this version.

    Anyway I think the size is still the same. The current cases should go on like white on rice.


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  • nies
    Apr 26, 06:04 PM
    I still don't know why I'm being considered a wolf

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  • Constable Odo
    Apr 29, 04:53 PM
    Personally, I dislike the idea of buying market share by taking a loss, which has long been Amazon's strategy. Nor do I like MP3s, in general, versus AAC. iTunes will continue to have higher sound quality...

    I'm willing to bet you'll see Amazon's share price take a jump again as the media starts to say that Amazon is going to steal iTunes market share. Wall Street just loves market share. I think they just enjoy the controversy. They'll connect Android's growth rate with lowered mp3 costs and figure through some immediate impact that Amazon will steal away iPhone and iTunes customers away in the long run and pull them to the Android platform.

    I say that it's not wise to just lower prices if you're going to lose money on every sale. I still believe Wall Street will let Amazon get away with it. I'll stick with Apple's pricing model since I'm sure they know how to balance their books the best. Since the record companies approved of Apple's tiered pricing model, I think Amazon might be sticking its neck out again if this new pricing model isn't approved by the record companies.


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  • Inakto
    Sep 30, 09:25 PM
    Dropped calls is a feature of the iphone... enjoy ;)

    I live in toronto, canada, and here the service is great. We've had MMS since day 1 as well as tethering. Its all lightning fast. Basically no dropped calls and issues like that, but we do pay a small premium.

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  • splintah
    Oct 24, 07:40 AM
    well that was about time

    good to see the ram bumb
    rest was expected

    hopefully they changed the hdd replacement
    and the heat issues

    looking foward on the macbook release
    hopefully with gma x3000 graphics


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  • mhuk01
    Jul 25, 10:07 AM
    look at the bottom of

    what's this?

    Mighty Mouse � Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved.

    i thought apple made them :S

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  • 1984world
    Nov 12, 07:54 PM
    I would like to know why as well.

    It's available in the Canadian Store.

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  • shen
    Jul 21, 10:44 PM
    Apple produces very high quality machines and that's always going to ding them (ironically) in terms of market share as people will buy new machines less often and because loads of people aren't picking up bargain Macs at Wal-Mart. I know lots of Windows users and they buy new PCs on average every two years. I buy a new Mac on average every 5 years and most Mac users I know do the same. Market share is just meaningless, even when it's positive news.

    Besides, Apple deals in the kind of quality that will keep it around for many, many years, regardless of which way its market share is going and that's all that I care about.

    it is still odd to me using a Mac after so many years running windows networks and running linux and BSD. i used to upgrade at least parts, and generally whole machines every 14-20 months. now i have a G3 ibook, and it is fast approaching 4 years old, and i have no plans to upgrade for at least 9 months to a year.

    when you can buy the low end entry level notebook and get great performance for 3-5 years, why would you upgrade?

    ....thanks apple!

    Oct 26, 06:02 PM
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    An iPod shuffle. I've got an iPad, iPhone, MBP but I miss, you know, having just an iPod? Something that actually just plays music? Been ages since I had something like that...

    Jul 25, 10:27 AM
    This is great but I do have a question..
    Since it's bluetooth and Apple says it works within 30 ft.What happens if you're in a starbucks and other people have bluetooth turned on ?
    Will they be able to "hack" your Mighty Mouse?
    I pressume it's no different from every other bluetooth device, other bluetooth mice, mobile phones, headsets etc etc.

    There is bound to be a way, but not common place. The usual code pairing should do the trick like every other Tom, Dick and Harry (or even Alvin, Simon and Theodore!) BT device.

    Apr 23, 06:47 PM
    I would buy this immediately. No more crappy Edge service on my iPhone. It's a chore to load anything on it, even google maps and simple web pages.

    Apr 28, 04:43 PM
    So you've waited this long for the white iPhone 4, then you put it in the case!? ROFL!

    Oct 1, 08:51 AM
    It's interesting how cell service works. Here's a simplistic summary:

    Only a certain number of users can use a tower at any given time. There is only a certain range of frequencies that can be used. All towers use these same frequencies. This means that each tower must not overlap the others in terms of coverage area and frequenceis. To ensure this, companies actually use different frequency ranges on adjacent towers. Further limiting how many users can use each tower.

    The solution to this is to create smaller cell sites that cover a smaller area (and therefore will have fewer users at any given time). The problem with this is that each new cell site requires a new tower. With all the opposition to new tower construction it can take months or years to get approval to build one.

    With the massive growth in cell usage companies are having to create smaller and smaller cell sites. Because of the way the system works putting up one new tower requires the reconfiguration of all the adjacent towers. Their signal area must be changed, their frequencies must be changed and it all must be integrated together.

    When you get a dropped call, it's usually because you are moving into another cell site (serviced by a new tower). Your call must be handed off to the new tower. If this new tower is at capacity or overloaded, failures happen.

    This is why it sucks for very high density areas.

    Luckily in Minneapolis we have very good AT&T coverage. I get very fast 3G speeds and <1% dropped calls everywhere I go. Thank you urban sprawl for spreading everyone out.. When I was in NYC I noticed by data speeds were much slower. I didn't make enough calls to have any problems with that though.

    Nice explanation. It seems that the whole idea of cell towers is unworkable. You think it is bad in the cities? Even semi-rural areas have no coverage at all.

    There has to be an entirely new technology for this, or the use of satellites or aircraft instead of silly towers. C'mon Apple, solve this problem.

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