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Lipstick on a pig still makes it a pig.
I realize this is super shallow comment, but it would seem that Apple hires better-looking women than men.
 I hope that's a promise. Oh boy. Another clueless post, from someone that perhaps has absolutely no clue about (nor has used)AppleTV. All you need is iTunes on your Mac or PC (i.e., no iOS devices needed) to be able to stream your photos, videos, and music. Get the facts or please bother to actually try it out, man.
Groan. Stop.
Sigh. There you go again, with your predictable obduracy. Your original post was based on the premise that one needs some kind of 'iDevice' to run AppleTV that one had to spend 'hundreds of dollars' on. You've been told  -- twice -- that one doesn't. In fact, when not used as a standalone device (which is a great deal of its use) most of the home media type uses of Apple TV -- photos, music, videos -- are often done from one's laptop or desktop rather than an...
I guess you must have missed the news that AppleTV has been Windows/PC-compatible since Day 1 (i.e., eight years ago). You're welcome.
Agreed. I am guessing there must be quite a few Androiders out there for whom an extra $64 (despite all the added functionality) must be the end of the world.
I find it odd that you'd blame Apple for something the content providers do to collude with the distributors.
Why do you assume it'll be either/or? I have little doubt that Apple will come up with a version of it to retail directly to consumers who do not subscribe to cable. Surely, you have an internet connection? And, if in the US, chances are quite high that you're getting it via cable?
People also thought that it sucked when Apple made a deal with ATT. Relax. This is how it starts. I think it'll be huge (if it comes to pass).
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