Originally Posted by DaHarder
... and with it the (long tired) 'click wheel' - Good Bye and Good Riddance!
Nobody was forcing you to buy one.
I need the capacity of the Classic and have no problem with the click wheel
Originally Posted by Robin Huber
I have a pet peeve about the new line up. I have a 24" iMac that is just perfect for me size-wise. To upgrade, I must either get a smaller screen or pay for more screen space than I want or...
Originally Posted by 801
Here is the poop:
Join in everybody!
Plus Video to show how it fails. It shuts down at 95 degrees!
Just like spec says it will.
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Originally Posted by Walney
Hmmm... quite tempted, but I do object to paying more than for a keyboard or magic mouse (silly me - if you live in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, France, Germany, US, Mexico, Japan or Australia...
Originally Posted by Dudley
Oh I know all that but it used to be £283 vs $399, which is ~$450 or so.
Now it's £283 vs $279, which is just silly
They hadn't updated the UK store. Wait to see what the prices are when the...
The UK store has just closed for updating. It will be iteresting to see what prices they come back with.
I use a Classic to store my music so if a 64gb is not forthcoming I may just buy a cheaper 'older' model for video/photos/internet.
Originally Posted by justbobf
Sounds like we are all being a bit over-charged, here...
How is anybody being overcharged?
This is not a food, water, heating or housing; it is a desirable, luxury product and, just like any...
Thanks for the inflation calculator, it is very interesting to see that $3.99 in 1967 = $25.46 in 2008.
Even more interesting is that in the UK £3.99 in 1967 is a staggering £54.76 today. So paying £8.98 for a new cd is even more of a...