Member since: Oct 6th, 2006
Apr 26th 2011 6:09PM OK, am I the only one that thinks about this, but why would I really want to store all my music in an online digital locker and have to pay for it??? I'll go out on a limb here and I'll guess that the next iPhone will have at least 32 GB of space, more than likely it may be more like 64 GB or 128 GB if we are REALLY lucky, but honestly, 32 GB is a lot of space for a phone and for all the music that I really like to have with me. I have about 2500 songs on my iPhone at all times, plus some movies and a few podcasts, so given that, do I really need to pay $20 a year just in case I really really want to hear that one song that I don't have on my iPhone at that exact moment? This service better be totally free! The music labels already get enough money out of me and they shouldn't be paid to allow me to stream the music which I have already purchased from them! To me this is just double dipping in my pocket and I don't like it at all!
Apr 20th 2011 8:03PM When I tried to update Foursquare and Facebook, it wouldn't update, but it also moved my icons out of the folder they were in and it moved them to the last page of apps I had...very strange.
Apr 11th 2011 8:16PM Me likey!!!
Mar 31st 2011 7:56PM I had an old MacBook Pro crash on me, but thanks to Time Machine I was able to restore it with my upgraded new MacBook Pro thanks to Apple and Apple Care :-)
Mar 25th 2011 7:38PM 1Password
Aug 11th 2010 9:31PM @Indefinite Implosion which badge?
Jun 7th 2010 2:57PM Hmmm...so no MobileMe/Safari updates??? Damn!
Feb 26th 2010 1:36PM 2 things need to happen.1. Get this framed and matted to keep forever.2. Get Steve Carell to sign it.LOL!!!
Feb 14th 2010 8:45PM On behalf of all the iPhone owners I'd just like to say...LOL!!!
Dec 17th 2009 3:43PM FREE MICRO CELLS for us NC users that have shi**y service in our homes which we are paying too much! I live in Durham and there should be no issues with service in this area.
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