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Yeah, I'm with you on this one. While I am certain that this is beyond the average for retail buildings of the same size, you wouldnt expect department stores to have the same power and cooling requirements... I guess the point is, assuming that this store is outfitted above the average even for giant electronics stores, that Apple/Jobs are leaving nothing to chance--going for the top dollar experrience and assuring that whatever they want to do in the fuure, they have...
But isn't the idea. If all of this can be done through your iPhone (which everyone is going to have anyway) and the proposed software then won't the cost become negligible? Instead of the custom built extremely expensive house system that Nasser wrote of, you will be able to have the same thing at software pricing on your iPhone. What may be an infinitesimal minority of people may become a real market if the cost factor disappears.
Hey fellas, lets keep it civil in here! They way I look at it, the apps that you want most right now, are probably being developed by companies that have the resources to do it already. Other killer apps will be developed by low-cost programer/entrepreneurs and will grow into something big because they had a great idea or plan. But there are some fliers that will need resources and time to create a market that does not yet exist. Both of the examples listed are...
As opposed to what? Do you expect a generous discount from the carrier with no obligation to stay on contract with them?
First: Irrelevant Second: No fun to consider
Dave, You just completely validated the post you were ctiticizing. Who do you think is younger, Obama or McCain.? Who has been able to use technology to an extent never seen before in national politics? I don't think that is the only criteria (or even the main one) to judge a candidate, but it certainly puts your post into perspective...
Yes, I believe this to be the case as well. And there were several (probably including you) who posted to this effect months ago. But that didn't seem to bother those who decided the FCC would broadcast everything months in advance...
Hey, whatever happened to the line of thought: "The iPhone can't be coming out because they would have to file with the FCC and then word would get out." This line of thought was popular two months ago when some speculated a surprise iPhone update earlier than expected. Now, however, when everyone KNOWS that the iPhone is coming I don't hear it anymore...
Hard to argue with that!
Just trying to follow Apple's naming protocal. It seems that the "i" has been reserved for the consumer (not pro) version. Y'know, iMac Vs. MacPro. Of course this logic took a hit when they rechristened the iBook line as MacBook, but I don't expect them to drop iPhone all together after all the trouble they went through to get it--besides it seems to have achieved some level of name recognition over the past year or two...
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