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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...
Maybe I am crazy, but does anyone else find the use of the word "pro" interesting? Maybe this indicates the bifurcation of the iPhone line to include an iPhone and a MacPhone Pro. On second thought, no, I'm not crazy. There is no other way to read this.
Damn, this is getting exciting. I hope things pan out the way the rumors are going or there is going to be some serious disappointment...
Hey, I could give you twenty. He didn't say that the stock price would double, just that he expects them to double. May as well aim high! Personally, I expect the next president to end global warming and solve the worlds hunger problems...
Agreed. It reminds me of when Pearl Jam tried to cut out Ticketmaster and their evilness...
OK, but that was actually my point. Many posters were distilling the discussion to plate techtonics to derive the ultimate answer, I would say this was geology. Others were saying that humans and how they viewed the world had nothing to do with the discussion--again, I think this bypasses geography because I have always thought that geography was a study of the human/natural world interface. maybe I would have been better served to reference "physical geography"...
Why is it not possible that they could offer different models at the same time aimed at different segments? They could offer the Bold as their tried and true "enterprise solution" with the standard keyboard and they could experiment with the Thunder as their consumer, touchscreen, iPod Killer. Are you suggesting that their enterprise customers are so flakey thta they will drop RIM because they offered a phone in their lineup without a physical keyboard?
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