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I agree, 2.5 rating is low. Netflix alone adds great value for me.... in that it will enable me to reduce the cost of my cable tv bill. Amortize the $99 cost of the Apple tv over 3-5 years and it seems to be pennies a month that will result in saving $30-40 a month in cable tv movie channel bills. Less the $9 monthly from Netflix. Everything else is gravy. And not everyone that buys an Apple TV is a tecky-geeky type that cares about codecs, software apps, or higher...
My AppleTV was ordered 9/3 and in the last hour went to "Prepared for Shipment" status. And "cancel order" is now greyed out as an option. In case anyone delayed ordering like me until 9/3! Of course my penalty for delaying is I'll probably have to wait until 10/1 or 10/2 for delivery!
No, you're not the only one! I think it's overpriced, especially for a product that becomes discounted over time. Parallels 5 has always been $79.99 but Amazon has been selling it for $39.00, same as the student price. I'm sure version 6 will be discounted after the initial excitement dies down. I saw the link here for the 9.99 upgrade to fusion and think I will try that, not going to pay 49.99. I don't need bells and whistles, just want the fastest VM program I can find!
I bought Parallels 4 in Sept. 2009. 5 weeks later, version 5 came out. I received an email offering a discounted upgrade. I wasn't happy to have to pay anything but decided it would be worth it. I filled out a full page form, waited a week, then got an email stating: I wasn't "eligible" for the upgrade price! It explained that it was really designed for "older" versions or some BS like that. I was furious and sent an email to the president of Parallels,...
I have a Lexus and no problems with the bluetooth connection. Maybe different car manufacturers' have different ways of finding a bluetooth device? Probably just a software glitch that needs tweaking....
Will OS4 allow you to print from an Ipad? That's what I want to know.
This thread and the others on the subject are just a bunch of b.s. In the real world 99.999% of the users have no problem and everyone focuses on the .001 percent that do. There is no doubt in my mind that in areas of weak cell signals, you may have a problem with the iphone 4 dropping calls, just like other phones. Since most people use some sort of case I would imagine that the .001 percent figure could be cut in half, at least. So it is a very small number I would...
I talked with a lot of people and I can tell you that: Millions... no, Billions are happy with their iPhone 4. Yeah, that's the ticket!
Pardon me for being dumb, but couldn't Apple just give out a new iphone 4 to people with defective iphone 4's? If so, what is the lawsuit about? Pain and suffering?
I have no doubt that Apple will deal with this "issue", big or small, in a way that satisfies their customers. Regardless, detractors will continue to detract.
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