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The iPhone is actually over $500 if you buy one new, not subsidized by a phone carrier. If this tablet isn't subsidized, I don't care how many features it has, I wouldn't pay over $500 for it. $700? Really? This thing is going to be shoved around on coffee tables, taken outdoors, into the bathroom and unlike a laptop it doesn't fold shut to protect it. I couldn't stand the thought of accidentally dropping a $700 piece of electronic glass.
Steve hasn't used "One more thing" in years.
There's no way it's going to be called iTablet or iSlate because it doesn't sound right. As a matter of fact, I say it's not going to be named iAnything.
Kindle profits are about to go down.
I think we're going to see the introduction of a painting program for iLife.
Oh jesus, they're going to make them a dozen different colors like the iPod Nano and first iBooks. The teaser makes me think this is more geared toward the graphic design, photo and entertainment industry with probably mobile versions of Aperture or iPhoto and a painting program.
There's no way it's ready for release. They maybe announcing a beta of it, but it won't be ready until summer.
Obviously this is not needed for Mac to Mac users since OS X 10.5/6 has Remote Desktop already built in for free. But I guess it's good if you need to remotely connect to a Windows machine. Regardless, I wouldn't pay that $19.95 a month to connect to any machine. I would do without.
A CEO that doesn't check out his competition? That was an arrogant and stupid career move he made. If the CEO of my company would have said that, they would have been fired.
The Apple TV never took off because Apple isn't listening to what customers want. I know Apple likes to tell consumers what they want, but in this case it's not working. They continue to include useless crap like YouTube and Facebook and redesign the interface, which still isn't right. Ever use YouTube on the AppleTV? It's a lot of fun typing with the remote control. Even though most consumers have 16:9 TV's, Apple continues to use a vertical user interface for...
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