How to rip DVD movies and convert to iPad MP4, H.264, MOV video

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Dec 01, 2010 7:43 pm

September 26, 2010 at 6:39 pmiPhone copy

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Post by ipadgeek on Tue Jan 25, 2011 4:58 am

I expect this "product loyalty" number to go down as people's contracts expire. I've been through two phones and the proximity sensor still doesn't work properly. I even waited for the 4.1 upgrade before exchanging phones. The i4 is aesthetically beautiful but the decision to make it a glass sandwich is questionable. And the arrogance of Apple not to EVER admit that they made mistakes with the design. I can understand not wanting to bring negativity the Apple name but sheez, don't treat me like I'm stupid or some blind sheep. I'm rather pissed I wasted an upgrade on this phone. Once I was off contract, I should have jumped carriers and hopped on the Fandroid bandwagon.convert flv to mp4

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 5:13 pm

I fail to understand how the number of iPhone users has an impact on the dropped call problems that seem to continue to plague AT&T iPhones. I look at the iPhone as two devices in one… a voice device and a data device. I've never had a particular problem with the data that is all that different than any other phone. However, I get dropped calls constantly – but only with my iPhone. (I also use an AT&T Blackberry issued by work and never have a dropped call problem.) Yes, all of the iPhones dragged more people onto AT&T's network… But why wouldn't all phones be similarly impacted?My own belief is that if everyone left the AT&T network and I had it all to myself, I'd still have dropped calls – on my iPhone. convert mp4 to dvd I fear I need neither an MBA or iPad. iPhone 4 is great for light mobile use, MB Pro is great for medium to heavy mobile use (compiling Xcode projects, blogging, Photoshopping, etc.)Then again, as soon as I come up with a good idea for an app, I'l need an iPad 2.0…

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