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  • oakie
    Apr 23, 07:25 AM
    is "zoom" turned off in the accessibility settings?

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  • Sol
    Apr 7, 11:10 PM
    The controllers are really needed.

    The Atari Joystick is the best video game controller of all time.
    The trackball is a must for playing games like centipede or millipede.
    And playing breakout or kaboom without a paddle controller is not the same.

    As mentioned above the iCade has to include a trackball.

    Trackball, jog-wheel, joystick, six face buttons and a button on each side for the pinball simulators. Hopefully all this and more for the iCade revisions and imitations to come.

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  • RoboCop001
    Mar 23, 09:20 AM

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  • sinsin07
    Apr 30, 07:56 PM
    This instantly made me think of Laputa: Castle in the sky as well as the Laputa in gulliver's travels.

    I think apple should go for this over iCloud. It's a brilliant idea to brand a cloud related service as a castle. It just fits. They can even claim that it's "magic as a castle in the sky"

    It's corny.


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  • Prom1
    Dec 29, 09:17 PM
    nefan65 & Silas1066;

    Without the need to requote Silas' post yet again I must disagree on a few points:

    1. India is not the ONLY country that the USA IT Industry is outsourcing to:
    India, Pakistan, Indonesia, and China have already been done for the past 2-7yrs already if not more. Singling out India is a cop-out and its mostly programming that is outsourced (or was initially) along with level 1-3 support lines. Microsoft is not the only corporation to do this: nor the first. Again singling out India instead of just correctly generalizing outsourcing - shows a bit of ignorance; if not then just simply bad etiquette & taste. Admit that at the very least.

    2. The example that IT would entirely be outsourced and go the way of textiles is a bit long stretched but based on current trends & facts.
    Examples: Although the auto industry went heavily to Japan as a quick shift for better build quality or fuel efficiency [Honda, Nissan Toyota of the 90s, Infiniti & Lexus as well], the German auto industry have always been there [Audi-Union: Audi/VW/Porsche, BMW, etc]. Ford is the only USA auto marker that didn't claim bankruptcy protection and well the quality of their cars has NEVER been better, sales are well up & the product line more refined to target consumers.
    - The point I'm making is that engineering accomplishments, R&D, design trends, performance, fuel efficiency/alternative modes of energy consumption (a new paradigm), car costs & basic equipment, etc have always changed which auto maker is on top.

    The same can be said about the animation industry. Japan is king with just about all things Anime, but the big blockbuster movie $$ is still done by companies in the US of A. Different styles of artistic animation, expression, plots, voice acting or voice overs etc change. Can you honestly say that the American animation industry is failing against that of Japan? Artists, just like engineers work outside of borders - so long as laws, visas, patents, contracts don't bind them.

    Now focusing on IT. Sure there are a number of 12-16yr old geeky pimple faced, goggle wearing (I'm being overly stereotypical here) kids across the world that can traverse very well in command line in Linux, or even in Terminal in OSX, or DOS on Windows. Many of whom can whip up a NASTY Virus or cluster of VIRII that'll bring an office to its knees - if built from scratched code in a matter of minutes.

    BUT: you're forgetting those professors in certain universities around the world and the real forefathers of C+, UNIX code/command line, etc that built shells from scratch with serious purposeful insight that many are STILL in original form today in both Linux/Unix. These oldie's but goodies - like T. Berners Lee are able to build applications we use daily. These guys will continue to teach and work at the worlds best technology corporations: just because like Flynn their addicted and its their world, heart & soul.

    Yes servers will be virtualized almost entirely - as if they where not already: remember RS400/MainFrame(?). Desktops as well - yet there are still 2 things that will allow the desktop and laptop survive for at least another decade.
    1. People still love to OWN things; tangible or not.
    - people still love the ability to grab what they own and use it portably the way they can or where they can:
    The richest guys in the world have limo's and drivers 6x on Sunday. But they still buy, own, and drive their own cars. music since the very beginning has always loved to be played & shared by people. 8-track played at home/car only, cassette allowed it in smaller rooms and the walkman was born, Mini-Disc then compact disc made it even more portable and digital quality, now MP3's allow more music to be stored on CD/DVD's and on HDD/SSD's. What's one thing that has NOT changed? People still love to play/share/own music and love to have pictures or memories of those that play their favorites.
    2. Networks are STILL limited.
    - Limited by bandwidth: especially when talking about virtualized environments to be used/shared across continents: Riverbeds help quite a bit but still load balance and bandwidth issues.
    - Limited by memory speeds ^ see bandwidth above.
    - Limited by storage space - and the speeds to read/write access: this is more important than the horsepower race in cars or the top speed race or acceleration.

    One day we'll have our own worldwide network where terminals are used along with tablets/smartphones - very similar to a Brainiac in Superman. Laugh all you want but with Google, Oracle, VMWare, Microsoft, Apple Sun Microsystems (back end servers), CISCO, Intel & AMD, BELL Labs/Ericsson LB/Lucent Technologies/ Military/ etc sooner or later their work will finally become a harmony - hardware, software (code/graphics/GUI/Voice & gesture control) will all reach a pinnacle where the human equation has reached its peak of intake/input rate of speed/quality of graphics/motion/computational power and bandwidth makes any micro form of latency negligible (or non-relavent). Some say there is always something better but sooner or later it'll happen. [PST: physically humans haven't evolved much in the past million years].

    OK I think I had too much to toke on this derailment.

    What benefits of the core code in OSX can be utilized to better suite corporations and are there ANY applications that cannot be ported to OS X - and extensions used by applications that cannot be used directly or ported over in real-time to be read/edited in the OSX ported app?!

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  • brewno
    May 26, 03:01 PM
    Yep. I'm going there. I pre-ordered, but I'm going to the store anyway. I'm not very patient.


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  • jettredmont
    Oct 5, 11:49 PM
    This is my first post. It takes a lot for me to stop being a lurker, but the idea that any user can resize a textarea on a site I design, dynamically redrawing the page, is among the dumbest ideas I've ever heard. This will break valid page layouts in new and unheard of ways. Designers make form elements a size and shape for a reason.

    I look forward to finding a way using JavaScript to disable that feature the day that browser is released.

    Wow, you must really freak out about cascading style sheets too. Bit of a control freak?

    Look: the page design is for the benefit of the USER, not the designer. If the page looks like crap if a text area is resized larger than you expected, what's going to happen when a new browser comes out that uses a larger default font in the text area, or adds additional margin padding, etc? If that will make it look like crap, then that's your problem, not the user's!

    The problem with text entry boxes in (so far as I can tell) every single browser out today, is that they are fixed width. I can have a nice big 30" monitor and want to be able to type a paragraph about this size in a single friggin' line of text across the whole monitor (more common is trying to convey source code in a text window; wrapping really sucks for source code). But, I can't, because the text box is default sized so that it fits without scrolling on my mother in law's 10-year-old 15" CRT set at 640x480. So, it's a little postage-stamp square on my 30" cinema.

    The solution to date is that the user, if they're smart enough, opens up TextEdit (or Notepad), edits their text however they want, then cut/paste into the anemically-sized text box on the browser. The ability to skip the middle-app simplifies things tremendously.

    One design suggestion (if Apple's listening): also provide some kind of a widget to "snap" the text box back to it's original size.

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  • JoeG4
    Jan 21, 11:29 PM
    If I did it right, I could get a bit over 400 miles out of a fill of gas (not the ENTIRE tank, but what I'd normally fill it to) in my 300C on the freeway. I usually get more like 22mpg than 24 though, because when I go on road trips that car is loaded UP. XD


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  • Ringo-Chan
    Apr 23, 12:27 AM
    I was wondering is is possible to get new voices installed besides the ones you already have on your computer? If so please tell me and where to get them and also is it possible to use a "Vocaloid" (a Synthesizer from yamaha)

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  • Willis
    Oct 12, 05:58 PM

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    Aug 8, 06:04 PM
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    Apr 13, 11:10 AM
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    Oct 17, 08:06 PM

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  • 0815
    Apr 7, 10:57 AM
    This had better fix the battery drain. Had enough of it now.

    Turn off ping - it's on by default. You can turn it off in the restrictions. I never used it but it was turned on by default. Did wonders to my battery life.


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  • Kawaraxa
    Apr 14, 03:32 PM
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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 28, 09:16 AM
    I'm an Apple fan, but the truth has to be told: a) 3.5" is TOO small to be practical. I have a Motorola DEFY with a 3.7" display, and even then, the on screen keyboard is not large enough in portrait mode, at least 4 to 4.3" is vital.

    Why not 5"? Or 6"? 4.3" is "vital?" I doubt most people desire a phone that's the size of an old-school PDA. I know I don't.


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  • vc123
    Dec 10, 12:22 PM
    i have a powerbook g4 for some reason my clock keeps on changing to another time everytime i turn it on i wonder how i can fix this problem?

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  • iMJustAGuy
    Jan 16, 10:53 AM
    I love MacRumors. It's clean, simple, and very easy to use. That being said, I would really like to see some kind of UI enhancement with the same functions/features and also maintaining it's cleanliness and simplicity.

    Thoughts or ideas?

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  • Vivid.Inferno
    Oct 14, 12:52 PM
    I would have loved this 3 years ago when I worked. But now that I'm retired that's MY LIFE.:D

    I just graduated college and started working, so this might be my desktop for a while :rolleyes:

    Mar 23, 06:39 PM
    Its funny how every position at Apple is either a Vice President or Senior Vice President of something... hehe..

    Huh? Every Vice President is a Vice President. Serlet has been much of the managerial brains, and the tech brains as well, behind Cocoa. There's a VP of hardware, etc. I guess you tend to hear from them since they're also spokesmen. I assure you, there are lots of coders and PR people and guys in shipping who aren't VPs.

    Apr 13, 05:08 PM

    I am looking to upgrade my current display to an Apple 27" Display.

    My question is - with the introduction of Thunderbolt through the Display Ports, do you guys think current model will be updated soon (so that the display support daisy chaining)?



    Apr 13, 12:04 PM
    iPhone 4's screen is still great compare to other phones.

    I can vouch for this. I've been using Android these last two years, and I was looking to upgrade the phone this summer. At this point, it's either stay where I am or get iPhone5 whenever it drops. I have looked at a LOT of phones, and even those Android devices that DO use qHD screens look like garbage next to a Retina screen.

    People keep telling me, 'oh, there's no difference if you hold it farther from your face--your eyes can't tell'. Well, I don't have super vision or anything, but seriously, I CAN tell. that 330+ ppi makes a hell of a difference, and as of right now, even after months for multiple Android device manufacturers to get their act together, not a one of them has a screen that can rival it. They have bigger, sure, but they do not have better.

    It's actually kinda frustrating, as Android 2.2.3 is finally a solid, excellent little OS that totally bests iOS4x in many ways. But it seems no one can actually create hardware that's worthy of it.

    So, it's come down to whether someone will actually design a better device for Android on par with iPhone, or if Apple will actually tweak iOS 5 enough to fix all the things everyone knows is wrong with it.

    I honestly don't know which is more likely, as they both seem pretty damned UNlikely.

    Feb 28, 11:22 AM
    Yes, the mini is advertised as bring your own display, keyboard, and mouse.

    Nov 30, 08:45 AM
    sure it does...

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