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  • surf2snow1
    Mar 24, 05:48 PM
    I just got off the phone with sale rep, and all they have is 32gb and 64gb left. When asked about the price, she said $500 for 32gb (??). I mentioned the article and she still said $500. Weird? Is there an official link to this somewhere on the verizon site, as all I can see is it bundled with mifi @ 429.99 (16gb).

    My store knew about the price drop and they had the price tag on the display updated. At the bottom of the price sheet that shows the iPad2 and iPad1 prices, it showed 299/399/499 for the different models. My guess is if you buy it in store, it should ring up at the lower price.





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  • Joe The Dragon
    Mar 23, 06:34 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.

    So wants stopping apple from added drivers to osx to run on what ever hardware that the army has? Or letting them have custom systems or having the use dells / hp / who ever with mac os x?





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  • MACloop
    Apr 5, 09:35 AM
    Hello,
    I do some download in my app where some of the data are images. In my app I save this data and create uiimages object where needed. Everything works fine so far. My problem is:
    I have a custom tableViewCell class and in this class I have a UIImageView defined. No matter which size I set to this Uiimageview, the image put into it gets the height of the tablecell. I have tried to change the viewMode for the cell uiimageview content but without any luck so far. What can I do to actually get the images to be displayed with the size of the uiimageview it is added into...?

    The images is created like this:
    NSFileManager *fileManager = [[NSFileManager alloc]init];
    UIImage *imgToUse = [[UIImage alloc] initWithData:[fileManager contentsAtPath:[dict objectForKey:@"data_path"]]];
    [fileManager release];

    After this the images is saved into a dictionary and in the table delegate method - (UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)t cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath {
    the image is added to the imageView, like this:
    cell.imageView.image = [[self.imageDict objectForKey:@"some key here"];

    Any Ideas? I do not understand why the cell height controls the image height? What am I doing wrong?
    Thanks in advance!
    MACloop





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  • IntelliUser
    Apr 10, 12:25 PM
    Looks like Obama's coming up with a new deficit proposal next week.



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  • Tomorrow
    Mar 27, 07:44 PM
    $106.9 litre.... Edmonton,Canada

    Holy crap - that's almost $400 a gallon!! :eek::eek:





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  • Telomar
    Sep 14, 12:08 AM
    Just a few details. I can verify the subject of the post is genuine and as far I recall it has been pretty well talked about by Intel and planned for some time. It certainly hasn't been kept secret.

    I would however be a touch surprised if it is called the PV. It really is very much an evolution of the PIV and nothing new.

    The 1MB Level 2 cache is expected it roughly doubles every fabrication generation improvement at the moment. AMD has already planned the same for the Hammer series. The faster FSB is also nothing new or surprising.

    The current PIV has ~55 million transistors though and a rough doubling over a fabrication generational change isn't unexpected.

    Really there's nothing new there that Intel hasn't had roadmapped since early 2002 and before.

    On the Apple side I have said this before and I will say it again. The G4 core has life. Improvements can be made to easily lift its performance substantially and there are things worth note coming :) Whether they will arrive on time is another matter and whether they will satisfy everybody I can't say but given people are rarely pleased I'd say probably not :p



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  • mizzytheboy
    May 3, 08:21 AM
    I would like to become an ordinary man ... Can I get an iPad as a gift?
    :rolleyes: :apple:





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  • citizenzen
    Apr 14, 04:21 PM
    Anyways, if you don't want to sell something to somebody for WHATEVER reason, no matter how ridiculous, shouldn't that be your right?

    Nope. There needs to be a rational reason for denying someone service.

    I can accept denying service to a customer who hasn't bathed in a year and is driving other customers away because of their horrendous body odor.

    I can't accept denying service to a customer based solely on the color of their skin.



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  • skellener
    Apr 5, 08:05 PM
    So does this mean we would need an adapter for the 30pin connector to HDMI out?

    Apple Digital AV Adapter - $39 (http://store.apple.com/us/product/MC953ZM/A?fnode=MTc0MjU4NjE&mco=MTcyMTgxNTk)
    A second 30-pin connector built into the AV adapter lets you charge and sync your device while it�s connected to your HDMI-compatible display.

    http://storeimages.apple.com/1832/as-images.apple.com/is/image/AppleInc/MC953?wid=326&hei=326&fmt=jpeg&qlt=95&op_sharpen=0&resMode=bicub&op_usm=0.5,0.5,0,0&iccEmbed=0&layer=comp





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  • Watabou
    Apr 30, 05:09 PM
    *sigh* Okay I give up.



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  • brasscat
    Mar 12, 08:13 AM
    I was maybe 300 in a line of 500+ at Willow Bend Mall. Waited 5 hours, got to spot 50 from the door, and they ran out.

    The sad thing was the lack of information being provided by Apple to us waiting in line. There were maybe 150 in line still when they clearly ran out. The line sat unmoving for about 45 minutes when news was finally announced that they ran out. I don't understand why they had us stand there for 45 minutes to tell us they were sold out?

    During past launches, Apple passed out free water, or took inventory counts against the people waiting in line. This time nothing from Apple but a bunch of Apple employees that had no idea how much inventory they had until they were all out.

    I don't know why they didn't allow pre-reservations, either, this time around.

    So this launch, in my opinion, was a little wild and disorganized compared to launches of days past.





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  • LIVEFRMNYC
    Dec 27, 09:43 PM
    It is not like these thieves would be waiting til the holidays to use this info.

    You can't be serious. The Holiday season is when online fraud is at it's peak, especially in places like NYC.


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  • pmpknetr21
    Mar 22, 09:57 AM
    I disagree, very very small discount

    Apple should have extended the full education discount of 14% to students. As much as I love Apple's products, they're very much an overly greedy company these days. They're also possibly being myopic, as students are highly likely to buy content for the device IMO

    Very shameful Apple

    Shameful? Really? What are you talking about?

    First off, Apple has already priced these products very competitively at their standard prices. Second, Apple does not provide a standard discount of 14% for their computers to students. It varies from product to product. Thirdly, you can rest assured that Apple, having learned from their "no price umbrella" tactic for the $99 3G and how successful that has been, recognizes that they have to begin offering lower prices on their products.

    Dude, seriously, it's $499. That's $100 more than a crappy netbook that won't do half the stuff this thing can do.

    Great job, Apple. No shame in your game here.

    The iPad is not a tablet PC. You can still pay $2,000 for a tablet PC if you want. The iPad is a tablet yes, but it doesn't run a full blown deskptop OS (I'm not getting into that argument).

    My point is, Apple used to offer excellent discounts to students and teachers across all of it's product ranges. It's a shame they're not offering the same with the iPad.

    They still offer those discounts. The only reason the percentage of the discount has dropped is because the cost of the computers has also dropped. My 20" iMac G4 cost me $2649 after the student discount back in 2004. For that today, I can get a Mac Pro.

    iPod discount? Not needed. iPods are anywhere from $50 to $125 less than what they were 4 years ago. Again, no discount needed.

    Really irrelevant for the schools. I can't say this will change our purchasing strategy in this area either way, the discount is too small to matter really.

    Untrue when you have schools purchasing by the thousands, as many university's are considering doing for incoming freshman, just as they did with the iPod touch, White MacBook, and iPhone at places like Duke U.

    Those ten packs can truly add up. And in this economy, every dollar counts.

    Think about the cost schools and students will save on books when publishers begin to offer more and more text books via download versus the 20lb. text that sits on a shelf at the campus bookstore for $175. Then you try to resell at the end of the semester, and guess what? The text has been updated to it's 13th edition, and now you're stuck with it.

    Apple's done a great job by pricing these at rock bottom prices already, especially when we all expected prices to be at $899 and up.

    I bet my students can't wait to run products like AutoCad, Final Cut Pro, Logic, Sonar and Visual Studio, on the ipad. They'll be so excited I'm sure.

    It's just a glorified web slate and note taker. By no means bad but I don't see any students where I work, or staff for that matter, rushing to get one. We may buy one or two for R&D.

    I completely agree. It's probably being aimed at the computing illiterate or perhaps commuters but in its current form with an iPhone OS, it's just not powerful or versatile enough for the vast majority of students.

    How about we reserve final judgement until we actually use one, m'kay?





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  • DoNoHarm
    Mar 23, 06:26 PM
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  • lolnick
    Mar 11, 03:05 PM
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  • gagebart
    Mar 13, 10:57 AM
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    I live in Arizona and we don't follow daylight savings time, but my phone jumped an hour ahead. I'm on AT&T btw
    Set your phone & computer's time zone to Arizona time, and sync again. Does that help?

    I just restarted my phone and it fixed its self



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  • SwiftLives
    Apr 9, 03:03 AM
    I am not saying no one should produce children. I am just saying its not the job of the government to make sure people are only cranking out units when they are "ready". Its called personal responsibility. If you get knocked up, deal with it. It's usually your own fault. Maybe your parents should have taught you to keep your pants on. It's not up the the government to teach you these things.

    So...a human child is nothing more than a "consequence"?





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  • Thunderhawks
    Apr 6, 07:06 AM
    Thank you- i was sitting here wondering why the hell anyone would think this was a negative development... and about to post something like what you did.

    Same here. How can somebody rate this negative?

    It's a development for the future and will make many other dongles obsolete over time.





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  • aiqw9182
    Apr 5, 05:27 PM
    I think you're misinformed. The current models simply combined the 1/8" in and out jacks into one port (TRRS), just like the port on the iPhone. For example, you can plug your iPhone headphones into your Mac for use as a headset.

    It also supports optical via mini-TOSlink: http://www.amazon.com/6ft-Toslink-Mini-Cable/dp/B000FMXKC8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1302041837&sr=8-2

    I believe he's referring to headsets that don't have the audio in and out jack combined into one (http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2036282). The line-in port on Macs don't have any power to support a microphone. This is why the Griffin iMic exists.





    Full of Win
    Feb 18, 04:44 PM
    Very skillful in how Jobs face and legs are hidden. Im beginning to think the newspapers are right about his condition.

    Also, pretty tasteless to dress the way he does. I'm not a fan of Obama, but if I were to meet him and sit next to him for dinner, I would respect the office enough not no dress in freakin' turtle neck.


    Jobs has ZERO class, none.





    -Jeff
    Oct 26, 01:47 PM
    I think this is a special case. This appears to be a "lite" version of Adobe Audition, which Adobe bought from Syntrillium Software (Syntrillium called it Cool Edit Pro).

    Cool Edit Pro was built from the ground up for the Intel architecture. At that time, Intel Macs didn't exist. Since there was no pre-existing PPC compatible version, they have decided not to create one.

    Don't worry too much. New Mac applications and updates for applications that already have PPC versions will probably be released as Universal Binaries for years to come.





    Thex1138
    Oct 8, 08:44 AM
    All the chatter in supply chains on new parts orders...

    iPhone 1 had short life...
    Maybe i4 does as well...
    :rolleyes:





    Loge
    Oct 26, 12:30 PM
    Just got my family pack plus t-shirt from Regent Street. I got in the queue at 4.40.





    cherry su
    May 5, 04:10 PM
    Looking at numbers alone, you will be paying more for an apple laptop then a dell, hp, asus etc. Its called the apple tax
    http://macintosh128k.com/webimg/macvspc-cost.jpg

    Its funny how all the macs are turned off and all the windows PCs are one :)

    I like how Microsoft thinks the 11" MacBook Air is a netbook ;)



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