happy mothers

happy mothers. happy mothers day
  • happy mothers day

  • dukebound85
    Apr 10, 06:32 PM
    Well thanks for being so generous. But I prefer to pay less taxes, so 2 is still a better calculation than 288.:D

    What kind of ECU you pirate? Vehicle's ECU?

    But the average American gets a refund soooooo 288 clearly wins lol

    happy mothers. poems for mothers day. happy
  • poems for mothers day. happy

  • shurcooL
    Apr 24, 12:03 AM
    You could argue that when they pump all consumer Mac resolutions up to the limit of human perception, resolution independence becomes sort of moot.
    Almost, but not quite. Full resolution independence would allow you to change the scale/size of UI elements. Even if you can't see the pixels, some people may prefer smaller or larger "virtual" resolutions.

    happy mothers. funny pictures happy kitten
  • funny pictures happy kitten

  • Frazzle
    Nov 5, 05:15 AM
    If Apple made this carkit themselves, I bet that everyone here would accept the price with no questions asked.

    I'm glad that this device is not selling in Europe for the usual Apple rate of 1 dollar = 1 euro.

    happy mothers. Happy Mother#39;s Day Scraps
  • Happy Mother#39;s Day Scraps

  • iScott428
    Mar 29, 03:28 PM
    What a stupid statement. Are you aware that Apple is an American company? So is Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, GE and other world-leading companies.

    What's your alternative? Can you even name more than one world-class Chinese company?

    *rolls eyes*

    Yeah buddy I am. Are you aware that on every Apple Device it says "DESIGNED IN CALIFORNIA, ASSEMBLED IN CHINA."

    There is a reason we do not build these products and it has been well covered through this thread. Can you name any good products made by those companies that you mentioned, that are actually built in the US. You know America SUCKS at making products when we need the media to convince us of this fact. Just watch TV, you do not see Apple advertising that they make there products in China, but you do see a bunch of other companies that slap a "Made in the USA" label gain Patriot approval. I avoid those products and save my money for products that have better quality; I dont innately hate american products, but experience has proved that they are inferior to build qualities of other nations. :apple::D

    happy mothers. happy mother day,
  • happy mother day,

  • SandynJosh
    Apr 26, 03:42 PM
    Boy, you are sniffing a serious amount of glue.:rolleyes: His motivation is to make brainwashed fanboys BELIEVE Apple is making the best darn tech gadgets in the world, such that Apple can make the most darn profits and he can get the biggest darn bonus. And with THAT, he is a genious.

    What makes a product "Best" in its category is defined by different people differently. For some people "best" is a free phone because they can't afford anything else. Some people pour over the specs and select the "best".

    For me, "best" is the phone that operates the most intuitively to my way of thinking. I want something that I don't need to refer back to the manual to use its features. My Android Incredible came with a 8" x 11", 73 page manual that I need to use to operate the phone... that fact speaks volumes to what separates the Android from the "best."

    happy mothers. Happy Mothers Day Greeting
  • Happy Mothers Day Greeting

  • JAT
    Apr 25, 11:16 AM
    Where do people get the idea that Google collects location data regardless of whether or not you selected Agree on the popup?

    Probably because their gps features work on their phones. And the fact they can make phone calls. :rolleyes:
    But keep in mind that the data might be wrong. I typed in my real name and it came up with me . . . but with details oddly wrong. Multiple accounts that could be me, but in each case with wrong data. I clearly have messed up some databases along the way (good).
    According to that site, there are 7 people in my family. I'm going to start counting that many on my tax return! The extra cash could buy me a MBP every year.
    It's funny how people are panicking about this, but not the Geo-Map feature on any photo taken with an iPhone. Which can be pinpointed to 50m of where you took the photo.
    Or any good "real" camera, too.
    Wow, I just realised I've been on this forum for quite a while.
    Pffftt! Newbie, you're not even in the first 6000 to sign up! ;)
    You're holding it wrong. Non-Issue.
    Technically, that was an opinion. The issue today sounded more like he was stating facts. So, let's actually look at them...

    Looks factual to me. See bold.

    [Caveat: this is an old copy, it's from last year sometime]

    Information about nearby cell towers and Wi-Fi access points is collected and sent to
    Apple with the GPS coordinates of the device, if available: (1) when a customer requests current
    location information and (2) automatically, in some cases, to update and maintain databases with
    known location information. In both cases, the device collects the following anonymous
    Cell Tower Information: Apple collects information about nearby cell towers,
    such as the location of the tower(s), Cell IDS, and data about the strength of the
    signal transmitted from the towers. A Cell ID refers to the unique number
    assigned by a cellular provider to a cell, a defined geographic area covered by a
    cell tower in a mobile network. Cell IDS do not provide any personal information
    about mobile phone users located in the cell. Location, Cell ID, and signal
    strength information is available to anyone with certain commercially available
    Wi-Fi Access Point Information: Apple colIects information about nearby Wi-Fi
    access points, such as the location of the access point(s), Media Access Control
    (MAC) addresses, and data about the strength and speed of the signal transmitted
    by the access point(s). A MAC address (a term that does not refer to Apple
    products) is a unique number assigned by a manufacturer to a network adapter or
    network interface card ("NIC"). The address provides the means by which a
    computer or mobile device is able to connect to the Internet. MAC addresses do
    not provide any personal information about the owner of the network adapter or
    NIC. Anyone with a wireless network adapter or NIC can identify the MAC
    address of a Wi-Fi access point. Apple does not collect the user-assigned name of
    the Wi-Fi access point (known as the "SSID," or service set identifier) or data
    being transmitted over the Wi-Fi network (known as "payload data").
    So, the only way for this data to become "personal", is for a cop/hacker to actually take it from YOUR device/computer. Apple's copy has no personal data.

    happy mothers. Happy Mothers Day
  • Happy Mothers Day

  • djrod
    Mar 31, 01:36 AM
    Is frontrow back?

    happy mothers. Happy Mother#39;s Day!
  • Happy Mother#39;s Day!

  • 0815
    Apr 5, 02:56 PM
    I travel internationally weekly, and EVERY international iPhone carrier is bound by their arms and legs just like AT&T. It's Apple's way or no way. Want to advertise iPhone? MUST be Apple's advertisements. Want to offer iPhone? Must include visual voicemail as Apple wants it. Want to sell iPhone? Must be at Apple's prices with apple's terms.

    Want to break the contract with Apple? Must turn over your first born child. It's the same story in every country. I am very well traveled, and I'm very familiar with iPhone in other countries. I bought both mine in the UK, FYI

    even google disagrees with you - they wish in the meantime to have forced more control over the carriers (as they already admitted in the public) :D

    happy mothers. happy mothers day bears
  • happy mothers day bears

  • Spoony
    Apr 26, 03:40 PM
    Hehe, up here in Arlington all I see is either iPhone or Android for personal phones, but everyone (in both camps) seems to have a BB as well...

    Ditto in NY. BB for Work, iphone for play

    happy mothers. ~Happy Mother#39;s Day~
  • ~Happy Mother#39;s Day~

  • SiCbe
    Sep 11, 01:48 PM
    so I was looking around the apple store this afternoon till I noticed something :D

    When selecting the MBP in the apple store you'll get some info below...
    There's this one title where it shows front row... it says "It's showtime" :)

    maybe it's a hint from apple :rolleyes: the MBP is the onle one where it says "it's showtime". the rest all say something else like "put on a show"...

    ah well I'm just going crazy from waiting for the new MBP's...

    (first post though I've been reading here for a long time)

    happy mothers. happy-mothers-day-card
  • happy-mothers-day-card

  • CaoCao
    Apr 24, 02:43 AM
    I hope this arrives with the Mac Pros and enough GPU power to drive it (Crossfired 6990s anyone?)

    happy mothers. Happy Mothers Day 2 Photograph
  • Happy Mothers Day 2 Photograph

  • toneloco2881
    Jul 21, 03:40 PM
    I agree, 64 bit would be developer worthy, but why wait to introduce a new chip until then? Picture this - release new MBP and iMacs with the new chip before WWDC. At WWDC you annouce and showcase the OS, not the hardware, and at the end introduce a new desktop model and then say "all our pro line of computers and even the top consumer line support 64 bit NOW". Far more impact IMHO.
    I don't think Apple would do a quiet release of a new MBP on their website, only to say "oh yeah......shipping in about a month". They'd rather just intro it at an event, and tell people your not going to be able to get their hands on it for a while.

    Sort of like what they did at Macworld. Intel announcing a chip shipping, and actually being able to purchase a product with said chip inside, are two entirely different things. I seriously doubt anyone is going to be able to get their hands on a Merom-equipped notebook for at least a couple weeks, which happens to coincide with WWDC. Just imho....:)

    happy mothers. happy mothers day words.
  • happy mothers day words.

  • MacRumors
    Jul 21, 01:50 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Intel is shipping Core 2 Duo Mobile chips (Merom) to manufacturers, according to recent Intel financial report (http://download.intel.com/intel/finance/earnings/IntelQ22006earningsfoils.pdf). A recent AppleInsider story (http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=1890) had indicated that Intel may have plans to move up Merom's formal launch to next Monday, July 23rd, to coincide with the Core 2 Duo Desktop variant ("Conroe") launch. Despite the move, availablility at the time was still not expected until August.

    Merom is expected to replace Core Duo "Yonah" CPUs found in the MacBook Pro. Apple could use the 2.0, 2.16, or 2.33 GHz variants of Merom in its MacBook Pro line, each of which sport 4 MB of L2 Cache (up from 2 MB in current MacBook Pros) and have a 667 MHz frontside bus.

    happy mothers. Happy Mothers Day1 Happy
  • Happy Mothers Day1 Happy

  • Nuvi
    Nov 16, 02:09 PM
    It doesn't appear to be too good at dealing with Time Machine back ups (http://recoveringphysicist.com/17/did-sophos-free-a-v-for-mac-kill-my-time-machine-backups). Tread with caution.

    The issue is if you have virus or malware in your TM .sparsebundle and you try to get rid of it by deleting the file. First of all back up with virus or malware in it doesn't sound that great so one should transfer the important files from backup and start fresh with malware free backup. However, SAV shouldn't allow user to choose delete / disinfect if the problem is found on TM backup. It seems that Sophos is taking this issue very seriously and replying to users questions in general on their forums.

    Anyway, I've been running SAV in one of my Mac's since they released the free home edition and I have to say I haven't noticed any negative side effects. One big no no for me would be speed impact but in all honestly I haven't noticed anything. I do work in Final Cur Pro so any slowdown on tape captures would be easily noticed (dropped frames especially on uncompressed video).

    happy mothers. Happy Mothers Day rose
  • Happy Mothers Day rose

  • toddybody
    Apr 5, 03:21 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    No, apple will stop at nothing to destroy the JB "community".

    Ok Darth Vader. PS: What you let happen to Alderaan was jacked up.

    happy mothers. Happy Mother#39;s Day Card by
  • Happy Mother#39;s Day Card by

  • kugino
    Sep 11, 12:58 AM
    8GB metal nano. i'd pick one up immediately. otherwise i'll pick up a refurb 5G while waiting for the full-screen ipod next year...

    happy mothers. Happy Mothers Day 2010 from
  • Happy Mothers Day 2010 from

  • Popeye206
    May 4, 07:48 PM
    Why is everyone getting so bent out of shape so early? First off, this is hear say and not officially stated by Apple yet. If that time comes, I'm sure there will be the option of a physical disk, or some way to make a bootable install disk using disk utility. I mean this thing is already 9 pages long of people flipping out that OMG!!! ITS A DOWNLOAD!!! Guess what? Microsoft offers windows as a download, and guess what? You can burn it to a physical disk.. I can't believe so many people are already jumping the gun on a RUMOR. It's a RUMOR until Apple officially announces it...

    If we don't freak out and complain about every rumor, there would be nothing to freak and complain about!

    Which reminds me, people who complain about complainers, really freaks me out. :rolleyes:

    happy mothers. 8.5x11 Happy Mother#39;s Day
  • 8.5x11 Happy Mother#39;s Day

  • Eidorian
    Aug 11, 09:51 AM
    Would I be able to drop a Conroe processor in my Core Duo iMac?No


    happy mothers. Happy Mother#39;s Day Card by
  • Happy Mother#39;s Day Card by

  • wildmac
    Aug 7, 09:00 PM
    These sound sweet, I want one.

    But it's funny how the whole Mac Pro is a killer machine but they still neglect the video cards, seriously a nVidia Geforce 7300GT.


    Seriously, a lot of these WORKSTATIONS will never use apps that require more than that video card. Many will be headless. Why put a $350 video card in there?..

    It's called CHOICE.

    Apr 11, 05:48 AM
    It has nothing to do with being an engineer. And yes, math is a language that is the same all over the world.

    So what experience do you have with that? Trivial example: What is the meaning of ℕ? Is the zero included or not? Does ⊂ mean the same as ⊆ or does it mean the same as ⊊? There is no universal agreement on either. More trivial example: What you call "math" is called "maths" elsewhere.

    Mar 29, 03:37 PM
    Nanobots in the bloodstream!

    Ooh... iBot Nano! I want to line up for one of THOSE!

    I suppose we'll have to sync via IV drip?

    Nah, Jobs has been working on WiFi sync for atleast a year now. It'll be ready by then. In WHITE!

    Aug 3, 11:17 PM
    Yeah... this seems to favor a Paris release...

    i think you might be right (even though i hope your wrong)

    Nov 22, 10:30 AM
    I know that many Blue Tooth features of my Motorola cell phone is disabled by Verizon. Even if Apple would make the best cell phone possible, how many of those great featues do you think the cell phone companies would actually allow the use of.

    Remember simple things like ring tones, photos & such could easilly be transferred from the cell phone to your home computer. But this is not usually allowed. Could this be because the cell phone companies allow these features only to add to their revenue stream, not to give the cell phone user some additional user or usuable feature?

    Unless the an Apple cell phone was available from all cell phone service providers & without many of the cell phone features disabled, do you think that it could be a success?

    Bill the TaxMan

    To answer your question: yes, I think it will be a success.

    First, there are the rumors that the phone will be sold unlocked. If true, then the carriers will have no control over what features a phone has or can use.

    Secondly, most of the features we are talking about are Internet related. As long as the phone has the ability to connect to the Internet all of Apple's .Mac services can be reached.

    Last, but not least, Apple has a history of innovating around intrenched limitations. One of the reasons Apple has been successful in changing market dynamics with their products is because they change the game.

    Keep in mind that this will just be the first phone of many. It is quite possible that some sort of wireless VOIP phone could bypass cell phone networks entirely. I don't think that will happen at the beginning, but it is a future possibility. Perhaps what is behind the Apple Google connection. Remember, I said Apple has a way of changing market dynamics with their technology.

    I don't believe Apple would ever allow some other company to dictate to them what features or technology they can use. If cell phone carriers had that kind of control Apple would simply stay out. This more than anything leads me to believe the "unlocked" phone rumors; that would be very consistant with Apple's way of doing business.

    Apr 26, 02:30 PM
    According to the latest data, Android now edges out iOS, 31% to 30%, a significant change from the July-September 2010 period when iOS held a 33%-26% lead over Android among future smartphone purchasers.
    The difference is most like not significant enough to say that Android edges out iOS. What's most likely is significant enough is Android's rise and iOS losing share.

    Once again, the seperating into 'smartphone' and 'tablet' markets makes little sense. A tablet is a lot more like a laptop than a smartphone. The survey is about smartphones. The iPad isn't a smartphone, nor is the iPod Touch. It's about more than just the OS. If Microsoft decided to run Windows 7 on their smartphones, then their desktop computers, laptops, or tablets wouldn't be counted either.


    Apple isn't forced to allow iOS only on their own devices.

    No comments:

    Post a Comment