I've been watching Steve's keynotes for 12 years. Part of the excitement of the keynote was the room of 2,000 people cheering, which isn't present in these boring, small, private media events.
Over the past several years, the...
Ummmm, the iPhone is not a console. It's not a box that sits on the floor and it doesn't connect to a TV.
1: an architectural...
Personally I can't stand most of the music he picks out - iPod Touch, the OS X Leopard first boot video, original iMac "Hello" ads and the stupid "I'm a Mac" ads.
But then again, I'm not the CEO of a multibillion...
1. $100,000 shouldn't be trivial to ANY company.
2. It costs thousands for each person a company sends to this.
3. Why bother going if no one is going to be there?
4. Company employees are of better use at home instead of hanging...
Well, if the buyer does not have this non-disclosure agreement then it doesn't matter. Apple would have to find out who it belonged to and sue them.
I can't believe it only sold for $790.
Originally Posted by CREB
Surely they must be speaking about the iPhone as just any phone in general because there's no way Apple is going to design a next-gen iPhone that revolves around AT&T's ideas.
It's likely Apple and AT&T won't even be doing...