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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 23, 04:02 PM
    Who needs an undocumented source when you could watch WWDC 2010 Session 115 'Using Core Location in iOS 4' at 14 minutes and 30 seconds in and hear Morgan Grainger, a man partly responsible for the Core Location framework in the iPhone SDK (read: all location functionality on iPhone) describe how the iPhone caches nearby cell tower information to help the device find its location in the circumstances above.

    Given that we have the engineer partly behind this framework explain that the iPhone caches this information, we know that the iPhone has to be storing this information somewhere. This 'consolidated.db' matches the words in the video perfectly, making it no great assumption that this is the file which fulfils this purpose.

    Granted you don't sound like a developer and so won't have access to these videos, but any other developer could do the same and corroborate this.

    It being a bug is simply a rumour which has no links to an official source. I'm far more inclined to believe the words of a guy who wrote the code that collects this information in the first place

    It's all somewhat speculation until we hear Apples response.

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  • CIA
    Apr 12, 08:40 PM
    Also known as the guy who made FCP and Premiere originally.

    Also the guy who took a nice iMovie and made it unusable. I hope he doesn't fsck up FCP. Even iMovie had background rendering until he stripped it out.

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  • gugy
    Sep 6, 06:02 PM
    I like the rental idea for movies, but it seems Steve is not very excite about that model.
    Anyway, I still have hope for the Event next week a piece of hardware will come along with the Movie Store.
    Either the Ipod Video, Airport Video or the Media Center.

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  • Chef Medeski
    Jul 14, 11:44 AM
    From Wiki:

    Holographic disks: standards with 200 and 300 GB storage are under development and prototypes expected in 2008

    I've heard about Mac users waiting, but 5 years for most likely the first consumer device if lucky, 6 for probably first computer device. 2012.... yes exactly when I wanted to buy my next laptop after the next four I plan to purchase.

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  • Dr.Gargoyle
    Aug 16, 08:59 AM
    Wireless iPod? I just don't see the point. Given how energy dense batteries are today syncing with iTunes would drain the battery in no time.
    Wireless headsets? Big cluncky things that needs to be charged too.
    The only rational for a wireless iPod would be if it became more of a PDA with GPS, or if went iPhone.

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  • steviem
    Apr 11, 01:56 PM
    DSG isn't an automatic gearbox by the standard of Torque Converters or CVT.

    It uses two banks of gears and two clutches.

    My friend had a Citroen C2 with a Tiptronic gearbox. This is an automatic with flappy paddles on the steering wheel. That was an automatic (Torque converter) that just changed the way the automatic gear selector layout to a stick with Park, Drive, reverse and if you flicked the gear selector to the right, you could use the flappy paddles.

    The differences with this Automatic and DSG, was that in the Citroen, when you flicked up, you then had to wait more than a beat for the gear to change up. You had to wait more than a beat for the gear to change down, and if you went too far out of rev range, it would change up or down without your input.

    On the DSG, in manual mode, you still have control over the gears and revs, just the clutches are controlled by computer, which can disengage the clutch and engage the other clutch (with the next gear) in a flash.

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  • HecubusPro
    Sep 1, 01:48 PM
    One more thing... they'll change the name from iMac to Mac, bringing a perfect symmetry to their product line-up:

    Mac Pro

    MacBook Pro

    Definitely not. There's too much branding in the iMac name. For consumers, it means ease and simplicity with power and looks. Additionally, just calling it Mac would be confusing for everyone, especially when they ask what kind of mac you own?

    "I own a Mac."
    "Yeah? What kind?"
    "A Mac."
    "I know. You just said that. But what kind of mac?"
    "A Mac. You know. A Mac."
    "I'm going to kill you now, sir."

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  • hdsalinas
    Sep 1, 12:25 PM
    I am planning on getting a mac for Christmas as a "you were a good boy this year" present to myself.

    My budget only allowed for a core duo mac mini. I then realized that for my needs I needed some thing with more meat so I had to renegotiate my budget with my wife and she finally agree to get an Imac 17".

    But then when I saw the 17", the screen actually looked smaller than my current 17" LCD, so after weeks of negotiating I managed to convince her on getting a imac 20".

    So I have been waiting patiently for the release of the new C2D chips to get one, until this new rumor of a 23" imac. :eek: I just hope they drop the 17" model, offer the imac 20 @ $1333 and sell the new imac 23" for $1700.

    if not, how am I supposed to convice my wife this time?:D

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  • hollerz
    Feb 18, 11:38 AM
    It just gets better when the OP insists on quoting images after starting a thread with that very rule written in it!

    And posts the same picture of his setup that's in the last thread, in this one, despite telling everyone not to :rolleyes:

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  • nagromme
    Jul 18, 02:08 AM
    people wont like spending a lot of time downloading a file only for it to become completely useless a while later.

    I disagree: people already spend time/gas/money DRIVING to a video store to rent something that become worse than useless: you have to drive again to return it :) Or, with Netflix you just have to mail it, but the wait is days--much longer than a download.

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  • QuarterSwede
    Apr 10, 06:03 PM
    OK, so apparently you don't have experience with automatics...

    But yet you have an opinion on how superior your choice of manuals is.
    I had the same thought. Then again, I wasn't sure if he was being sarcastic.

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  • WeegieMac
    Mar 31, 02:47 AM
    Do Folders in Launchpad open/close smoothly now?

    The animation was very juddery in the first build, like it skipped animation frames.

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  • iStudentUK
    Mar 31, 03:27 PM
    When the Nazis like practically conquered everyone in their path and are invading the UK, the Brits had to transfer a lot of technologies they made for the war to the US...where the US industrial might pretty much defined what we know today as "air dominance".

    During the Battle of Britain the British Isles alone produced more aircraft than the Nazis. An impressive feat considering the resources available to the Germans. The Battle of Britain took place in the summer of 1940, the lend-lease agreement with the US (which dramatically increased US supplies to the UK) was signed in 1941.

    In 1944 more men landed on the beaches of Normandy fighting under a British flag than the stars and stripes. 1/3 of the airborne troops that landed were British. The Royal Navy accounted for around 75% of the ships used (remember in 1939 the Royal Navy was the world's largest, and remained significant throughout WWII). America and Britain had roughly equal numbers of aircraft available.

    However, the D-day was a side show in Europe. Britain (and her empire) and America took some of the pressure off Russia but not much more. As my history teacher used to say- WWII was fought on three continents- Europe, Africa and Asia. The Soviets did the most for Europe, the British Empire for Africa and the US for Asia.

    I'm not saying Britain won WWII, or that it would have been possible without the US. I'm just pointing out that many people seem to be under the impression that the US dominated WWII, maybe because in the 21st century the US has a much larger armed forces than Britain, and a better equipped on than Russia, but the situation was a bit different back then.

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  • paul4339
    Apr 26, 01:42 PM
    Amazon could have just used "AppShop" to avoid this issue, but no, of course not.

    they should use Amazon App Jungle: an un-curated mess. ;)

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  • Benguitar
    Nov 25, 11:48 PM
    Better be safe than sorry, right Benguitar? :)

    Doesn't look very safe to me.. First time you go under a bridge will probably be your last.

    Yes, Better safe than sorry. :rolleyes:

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  • chuckiej
    Jul 18, 07:46 AM
    They are not going to announce this at WWDC. Just cause its the next big event does not mean anything. They would certainly give this its own event.

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  • aiqw9182
    Mar 25, 08:53 PM
    You fail to understand the difference between "API" and "API-class" hardware.

    I lol'd.


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  • danvdr
    Oct 23, 11:12 PM
    FWI Dell Just Lowered The List Of All Their Monitors � 30" $1279 24" $679 Right Now (http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productlisting.aspx?c=us&category_id=6198&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs). We paid $1349 last week in a sale and now it's been trumped. New 30" list is only $1599 and 24" list is $799.

    2007FP 20" 1600x1200 is now only $359.20 (http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19&sku=320-4687). This is amazing.

    And the E207WFP 20" monitor (which seems to be comparable to the 2007FP minus a few bells and whistles (http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productcompare.aspx?c=us&category_id=6198&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&p=320-4688~320-5123~)) is only $289.

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  • roland.g
    Nov 27, 02:00 PM
    I would say $199 would be the perfect price point to go with a Mini, even if Apple makes little to nothing on it, they won't sell that many because of the size. Now if it has a built-in iSight I can digest a $249 price point. No one is going to pay $299 for an Apple branded 17" LCD in today's market. There are too many cheapies out there.

    Personally I wouldn't be interested. I am using my new Mini with an almost 7 yr old LaCie electron Blue 19" CRT and would never consider downsizing. The 20" ACD isn't attractive because it isn't that much bigger than what I have and the 23" is a little pricey at the moment, though the biggest reason I wouldn't get it is that I'll be getting a 24" iMac in the spring (preferably Black) and selling the Mini. That and my wife would kill me if I dropped a grand on a monitor.

    Sep 6, 06:00 PM
    this surely is good news. but i wont be watching movies on my current 'pod...the window is too small. all this being dependent on wether or not it's gonna be available in the UK. it's a real bummer not to be able to download TV shows i love like you americans can!


    Jan 30, 11:22 AM
    Congrats for 5 mio! Our output has dropped a bit, we need to find some bigadv crunchers. Our SMP crunchers are going to take a hit up to 30% also...

    thanks! yes it has, and mine has dropped also. i'm not sure how much i'll be able to put out in the next few months either.

    Compile 'em all
    Sep 6, 09:28 AM
    Comparing the prices of the new iMacs and the Mac mini is absurd. The killer
    feature of the mini is its form factor. Wake me up when you can use an iMac
    as a file/download server placed in your desk drawer.

    Jun 22, 04:14 PM
    As long as Apple needs people to build Apps for their touch screen devices, you will have a machine that can do design and coding. They will be the workhorses that support the consumer product line of handhelds like the ipod, iphone and ipad. Don't worry, the Mac is not going away. It might get a whole lot cooler with added features, but it's going to be capable of running Xcode for a long long time.

    Oh, you will always be able to run Xcode on a Mac. You'll just have to buy the developer subscription for a few thousand dollars per year in order to get it activated...

    Well, let's wait and see. In worst case, there are still a few hundred Linux and BSD distributions out there that can be installed on our Macs.

    Mar 22, 10:33 PM
    Agreed. I like the mocup but tbh any thunderbolt would be integrated into the dock connector and any hdmi would be strictly Bluetooth. i would not like to see a larger screen, but perhaps higher definition say 360p or 480p instead of the 240p. no real updates on the OS. it's fine. maybe just some updates in itunes as sometimes when i sync it i end up with 5 of the same albums also would like the albums to sort by year instead of name. or maybe it already does that and i havent figured it out. dono. and plz NO CAMERAS! FRONT OR BACK!

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