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I guess beggars can't be choosers, but I don't know if I like this. It's now lining up for ipad, ipad mini, and rMBP announcement in two weeks. Obviously the Mac Pro and mavericks will be featured prominently as well.Where I don't like it is that it almost assures us we won't be seeing an Apple TV update at the keynote. Alas... Maybe springtime....
This won't stand a chance against Apple TV in the gaming department- not even close. The games nor the hardware will be close to the specs of the ATV (particularly once it gets refreshed). I normally like Amazon's decisions, but this isn't wise. Now if this can go after Roku or Chromecast- fine. But why would Netflix and others want to team up with Amazon/Amazon Instant Video? Apple and Roku are the only real players here.
Has great capabilities. I use TripIt currently, but it's clunky as I have to forward flight, car, hotel, etc. reservations to them and then they update it in the App. Apple can take this and make it very beneficial for us traveling/business types. Siri is going to be unstoppable...
 His point would be that you don't edit on your point and shoot like you would an iPad.  But regardless, his point doesn't make sense- that's like saying you can edit a photo on an iPad 4 better than an iPad 2- which isn't true in the practical sense.
I really like this product. Wouldn't ever buy it, but would love to see "A day in the life" of my wife or kids... or maybe dog. lol
 I'm kind of with you on this.  Particularly with the iPad Mini.  If what we have been hearing ends up being true- I'll be elated, but it doesn't make much sense, margin-wise. If the new form-factor iPad and updated Mini both have Retina, A7s, Touch ID, the same 8mp cameras, and 1gb-2gb ram- it's basically a scaled up iPhone 5S with bigger screen, more metal, and bigger batteries.  So a $329 price (which I think will jump up if those specs come out- maybe $399) and a $499...
I think the HTC One is the nicest phone on the market currently. Absolutely love it- although it runs android- which is why I wouldn't buy it.If I HAD to buy an android phone, I'd also settle with the nexus just so I could get regular android updates without potentially bricking my phone. Plus I wouldn't have everyone else's overlay- essentially having a "fresh install" of android without the "freeware".But, luckily, as it stands- I can just stick with iOS.To your other...
Look forward to it. Never use it- but I guess it's alright. Selling the iPad and iPad mini this weekend in prep for the new ones.
Miss that guy...
That's awesome.  I like it.  Granted, more than likely, it will be obsolete this time next year if the iPhone changes sizes at all- but we have a year to worry about that.   Please announce this side-by-side with the new killer Apple TV 4 on iPad day....
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