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  • Collin973
    Jul 10, 10:38 AM
    Good to see. I can't wait to buy it in 07. Knowing this was going to be released stopped me from getting Iwork 06...





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  • NoExpectations
    Apr 14, 07:33 AM
    Apple II





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  • metalboy4
    Apr 14, 03:42 PM
    Hmmm, strange. A lot of people got caught out by that little check box, which is why I posted it.

    Yeah, check box doesn't matter. No playcount updates. Can anyone confirm if it fixed in this new version? I will have to wait till I get home late this evening to test.





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  • Beaverman3001
    Apr 21, 01:34 PM
    I don't know, it's been on all aluminum models since 2003. After all these years Apple decided no one really wanted it? (A lot of people on these forums obviously wouldn't agree with that).

    To save battery life? You can turn it off if you want. Problem solved.

    The other models most obviously have more room for it. The Macbook Air doesn't, and Apple probably decided it wasn't worth bothering with for this model. For the other models with a lot more space, no reason not to if the space is there. But once you run into space constraints it is pretty easy to peg as one of the first things to be cut out.



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  • BRLawyer
    Dec 2, 05:48 AM
    I agree with the few others that are concerned about this.

    Our Mac OS innocence is coming to an end. Part of this is due to the growing market share, and popularity in the Operating system. The other issue I feel that is of concern, is the new challenge this OS provides for Script kiddies, and bored coders. If you have an ego, and want to get your name out, why not do what hasn't been done before, as opposed to doing what everyone else does ?

    This is going to be a growing trend, and the amount of Mac Haters in the wild is quite high! Once code tricks and secrets start to get out, it is only a matter of time before OS X is targeted by thousands, much like XP!

    Apple has time to take this very seriously, and work to keep this system tight and secure! Hopefully this is going to be a big part of the focus on Leopard, but only developers will really know this!


    These current headlines aside

    1. Pay attention to what warning messages pop up when browsing the web.

    2. Only download and install software from sources that you trust, and if you do trust them, take an extra moment to think about why you trust them, and if you really need to install that piece of 3rd party software!

    3. Keep your firewalls on if possible

    4. Don't permanently unlock preferences, folders, or other security areas on your system using your keychain, unless you really need to do so!


    There are others, however that is a good baseline to follow for some minimal security checks and balances!

    And here we go again with the "security through obscurity" myth...please, don't spread such things again, because they are not true.

    The mere fact that some kernel vulnerabilities were discovered in an event SPECIFICALLY devoted to finding such things does not mean our OS X is unsafe. It is by far the MOST secure system out there, with 40 million or 400 million users, and nobody has been able to prove the opposite so far.

    Besides, some (or many) of the arguments posed by this "anonymous" LMH were already debunked by other security analysts. Just an example:

    "Apple DMG flaw not so serious? SecurityFocus reports on the controversy surrounding a disk image denial of service potentiality in Mac OS X. "While the common wisdom in the security world is that crashes are exploitable, Mac programmer Alastair Houghton published his kernel-code analysis showing that this particular vulnerability is not. "In fact, all (the MoKB) has found here is a bug that causes a kernel panic," Houghton wrote in his analysis. "Not a security flaw. Not a memory corruption bug. Just a completely orderly kernel panic." Following the analysis, Secunia downgraded their severity rating of the vulnerability from "highly critical" to "not critical." Several other companies still have the vulnerability rated as critical. The actions follow a heated exchange between Houghton and the founder of the Month of Kernel Bugs (MoKB) Project, a person who identifies himself as only L.M.H. Because of the exchange, Houghton decided to spend three days analyzing the issue and had his final analysis checked by Thomas Ptacek, a security researcher and founder of Matasano Security."

    http://www.macfixit.com/

    So please...before spreading more FUD in this forum, check the facts and take some time before believing some strange guys pretending to be specialists...





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  • janstett
    Oct 23, 12:23 PM
    If I own a PC and I want to run Vista, why would I want to also run Vista, on the same machine, in a virtual environment?


    I do it all the time with XP. For one, it is a simple, clean environment that, if corrupted, can be restored with the copy of a single file. Whenever I do any "questionable" web surfing, not only do I use Firefox, I do it inside a virtual machine so that there is no chance in hell any of my real machine can be touched.


    For Mac users, why would we want to install Vista-(via BootCamp) and then also use it under virtualization?

    Again I'm doing the same exact thing with XP and my MacBook Pro. Parallels for most situations, BootCamp for when I need bare metal.



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  • kalsta
    Apr 25, 11:26 AM
    Wake me when iMacs have matte screens again.





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  • iJohnHenry
    Feb 28, 06:51 PM
    Not sure if the crew gets anything above union wage.

    You mean like eating and shelter?

    The man is a megalomaniacal prick.

    Too smart for his own good.



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  • wordoflife
    Apr 29, 03:06 PM
    Yay.
    I am buying my music from where it is cheapest. If Apple wants me to buy from them, they know what they need to do.





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  • jsw
    Aug 15, 02:28 PM
    Hmmm, why would an update of Front Row be deemed top secret...
    "Top secret" also probably means "not developed enough to show yet".

    I seriously doubt any or many features are actually being withheld to stop MS from implementing them.



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  • gwangung
    Jul 21, 07:44 PM
    By definition, having alternatives makes Apple NOT a monopoly.

    Really. We have an awful lot of ill-educated people around here who think they know economics....Wayyyyyyy too many people are saying that with a straight face.





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  • shirwan72
    Apr 26, 12:07 PM
    They charge for everything else, so what's new?!

    With our UK tax, it will be just another cash cow.



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  • albarran9
    Jan 28, 08:05 AM
    NuForce uDAC-2 for my audio-technica ATH-M50's :D
    269122





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  • plarusa
    Nov 7, 02:21 PM
    To be honest, I've had more application crashes and restarts on OSX than I have under XP/Windows in the past 3 years. So much for "crash resistant"
    bb
    Really ? I find that very hard to believe. I have been using a Macbook Pro for a year and I have yet to see what a kernel crash looks like. These types of crashes are regular occurances on all of my Windows machines. And don't get me started on the Virus subject.



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  • Philter
    Jan 30, 09:34 PM
    Apple stock is tanking because Apple stopped making tools (which people need) and started making fashion objects (which are the first to go in a recession.)

    Maybe if Apple would make some real computers at fair prices... instead of these toys...





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  • vpndev
    Apr 22, 05:21 PM
    No "AT&T" !

    There's always hope!



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  • thesdx
    Jan 30, 06:03 AM
    Good time to buy. $$ :D

    I bought some Apple stock a few days ago. :D





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  • rmhop81
    Apr 26, 01:46 PM
    It'll be a pathetic excuse for a cloud if it'll only stream in the US (which if they continue with this 1 datacenter model will be the case). Amazon will beat them here, hands down. Have you seen how many datacenters they have?

    http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2008/11/18/where-amazons-data-centers-are-located/

    ^ That vs 1 datacenter...lets think...who's going to get the better performance...

    Also, the point of the cloud is redundancy. What happens WHEN the 1 datacenter goes down (e.g power problems, network problems, natural disasters, etc)? Apple's will be wiped out in one move, Amazon just fail over to another DC location.

    here's another article for you.....


    http://www.cnn.com/2011/TECH/web/04/22/amazon.cloud.mashable/index.html?iref=allsearch





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  • Force10
    Apr 22, 04:58 PM
    Well, Rumors I hear suggest this may be a new iPhone but not the new iPhone.
    Cook said he wanted a more affordable one. What better than an iPod Touch that can make calls if you buy credit on a pay-as-you go basis?
    This will have A4, 4-8GB, retina res but not IPS and sell for under $200 with no contract.
    Existing Touch will be replaced by a 5-6" game-centric model with A5 and 1024 x 768 retina screen.





    Moyank24
    Apr 28, 01:14 PM
    Still too early. But if you think my death is tragic, maybe, just maybe, you can be a stripper in my next game.

    :D

    I want to own the strip club.

    And didn't you see how upset and disoriented I was by your death? I lost all track of time.





    NATO
    Apr 12, 09:43 AM
    TheRegister seems to reckon it's not due until 2012:

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/04/12/iphone_delay/





    prostuff1
    Oct 23, 09:28 AM
    I think it's best if Vista is avoided altogether. The best way to avoid problems with Microsoft is not to give them any money and not to load any of their software on your computer.

    At work here we just discovered that upgrading to Internet Exploder 7 causes two of our most important Internet based products to not work properly. They ever heard about backwards compatibility or testing at Microsoft? Just reinforces my reasoning for not sending Microsoft almost $300 to subject myself to their newest software fiasco. I think I'll do something more rewarding and pleasurable like jab a Bic pen into the palm of my hand.


    I get why you are mad that IE 7 broke your product but I think one of microsofts biggest problems is that they have to continually think about the backwards compatability. If they don't there customers get mad but they are also mad when nothing new happens with the OS. I am not saying that there is nothing new in Vista but when they have to consider ALL the software and hardware they have to support from "legacy" system it can be overwhelming.

    I think that if microsfot keeps up this trend of a new OS every 4 years (or whatever the time frame has been for Vista) they should make baselines and then tell everyone that software is going to have to be tweaked and changed for the next version of the OS.

    Kinda like apple switching to intel. Apple told it customers and then helped the transition buy providing a tool to make universal binaries. For the most part i think Apple did a good job with the transition and everything went pretty smooth. Microsoft needs to take a similar approach with its next OS version.

    But that is just my opinion.





    NT1440
    May 1, 11:33 PM
    To the Taliban, Osama Bin Laden was like chuck Norris to the Americans.

    Another completely misrepresented group in western media....





    dXTC
    Dec 30, 01:39 PM
    Nothing should have to remember such an experience. Not even a mattress.

    Don't knock it 'til ya try it. ;) :D

    And the same with opinions on what is good/bad. It's easy to take mick out of people who are happy to be fat or are into fat people, but hey... whatever floats your boat. All they simply are is different. I like ginger/redhead women. dXTC likes his women large. Donna likes food. Everyone is different.

    Hear, hear!

    That "ugly shapeless blob" you just saw in the grocery store the other day may have a loving husband and a couple of suitors on the side.
    That "hot slender chick" you met in the club the other night could very well be the ex-girlfriend of a guy who's glad to finally be rid of the gold-digging psycho b***h.
    Looks are important, but they're not everything, and they mean different things to different people. And isn't that glorious! :D



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