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I don't see how as I feel this would only positively help Apple strengthen the iPod brand as it gives the product excitement. It gives the core user base of this particular product (the nano specifically) a voice. Good thing about this too is any negative comments Apple could easily delete but so far from what I have read everyone is very excited.
http://www.myspace.com/bluenano http://www.myspace.com/pinknano http://www.myspace.com/greennano If you ask me this is pure genius on Apple's part. Nothing but free AMAZING marketing.
Sure it could be but notice how it just blends in with the default yellow background? No mapping service I know of offers offers that kind of transparency and I don't think it was a CoreImage effect either. Their screenshots for Mac OS X are suppose to appeal to the average user not an Illustrator guru who knows how to make a detailed map for a camping trip...
Anyone else wonder where this came from? (look to the left where you see the Notes in yellow and a picture of a map). Is that Apple's very own integration of mapping or a supped up Google Maps?
It would be cool if it came out on March 24 like Cheetah (Mac OS 10.0)
It has never really been Apple's style to do that so it wouldn't surprise me if they changed it to "Apple has identified..."
Or possibly he is speaking from a financial standpoint, that he cannot wait to see how the new (and already released) iPods do for the first quarter which happens to be the holiday buying season?
Well seeing as how there are only three Tuesdays in December (before Christmas), Apple would have to come out with it as early as possible. This would make it the 5th. I don't know if I buy it. It would make more sense if it came out around Thanksgiving. After all, the busiest buying day of the year is the day after Thanksgiving. Guess we'll see. Edit: I also noticed this site is in the UK so possibly it will be out in Europe by December but here sooner.
For everyone who thinks the iTV is a failure, here is my fathers response in an email to me after he watched the keynote (something he never does):Something tells me he won't be the only one.
Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't the original G1 iPod priced at $499 (USD)?
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