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First, iOS and OSX basically are the same OS. The main difference between the two flavors being the use of different GUI frameworks and of different strategies to deal with memory management. The reason behind iOS features trickling through to OSX is that the GUI frameworks, though being similar, are developed separately. They first are optimized for the purpose they are needed for, after which they may be generalized to also offer a unified experience on OSX. The...
Negociating deals with operators in every single country is a formidable task. So why don't you all stop quibbling about whether the thing will be called "i"TV OR "a"TV? If Apple is going to pull this off, they need a strategy that will work in all these environments. I suspect that the aTV will control all the input devices to the TV over HDMI-CEC.
I suspect that someone, well-connected, but living alone in the Amazon jungle, already had similar thoughts.Not so unlikely for someone to think likewise, given that there's approx 7 billion of us.
The HDMI spec allows one HDMI device controlling another. I don't remember whether that was a required feature
I won't elaborate on the idea, and I now deplore that I already posted more details (of what I think aTV will be moving to) somewhere else, for fear of drawing further attention to what this "cracking" really will turn out to be.But I hope the current aTV with a proper upgrade has enough built-in (silent for now) capabilities to play this role, rather than Apple prematurely replacing aTV2 with yet another aTV3
Certainly, Samsung shouldn't be the one to buy out Kodak.
What if Apple just found a way to actually let its customers produce content that supplants Adobe Flash content? PS in addition I hope the published format will be viewable both from MacOSX and iOS, in contrast with the current ePub format.
Does that mean that all it would take for Apple to allow T-Mobile is a simple iPhone 4S (4?, 3GS?, ...) firmware upgrade?
Interesting to see how prominently Samsung is advertised next to the Windoze logo
I am sure Google has collected enough data with its Streetview fleet that it knows precisely what the market share statistics are for all the router brands.
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