Aside from a hard drive based iphone, I'd also like to see a game controller add-on that clips onto each side of the iphone. Apple now has the perfect platform for (portable) gaming.
I'd also like to see a picture of the back of the iphone is anyone has one.
I don't know, is this Leopard it's running? They say it runs OS X but somehow I doubt it runs the full OS. It looks more like an OS X mobile version and they just decided not to put the word mobile behind it. The core of the OS is probably the same though.
no CDMA support
no two batteries
no zirconium body (what is it actually made out of, does it scratch like the 5G?)
Cinema Displays - with built in isight
Widescreen iPod (at least how some people expected it - does anyone still expect a widescreen ipod with harddrive later on?)
What else didn't happen?
Not trying to focus on the negative, just trying to round up the false rumors.
I used to think it might be possible. But I now believe Apple will never release a consumer tower. At least as long as Steve is in control.
I am surprised this keynote had nothing to do with computer news. Aren't macworlds usually for computer news and Apple special events for stuff like ipods?
I hope the near future includes a 30 or 80 gig iphone because 8gig isn't enough to do all the great things I'd want to do with this phone. It's nearly twice the price of the 80 gig ipod and only a tenth of the storage space. I was really hoping to upgrade my 30gig ipod to more space and a phone all in one.
For starters we won't know until tomorrow if the iTV will be strictly a streaming product. Iger already mentioned a hard drive and he's not the type of guy I'd expect to hear flinging around words like that unless he knew something. Then again Apple could have revised the design.
But it seems to me it would make the most sense to put a hard drive in the thing as it would give the product so much more versatility. Hard drives are dirt cheap these days and $299 is certainly...