Originally Posted by cvaldes1831
Nah, Verizon wouldn't add much value for Apple shareholders. As a matter of fact, it would be a significant liability, with their $57 billion of debt.
Besides, Apple rightfully considers mobile...
Originally Posted by Carmissimo
We as consumers have access to vast amounts of content that is available merely by maintaining an Internet connection. This cannot be ignored and it seems to me Apple gets that. The content...
Originally Posted by teunis
Okay, great. That's awesome for you. But, this product was built for people who will find it "useful". Your Dish cost's are good. I get it. My cable bill is $77/month. Not good. I might watch...
Originally Posted by Wondering
The biggest keys for me are the following:
I have cable and pay through the nose for it. However I rarely watch it, but liked the ability to watch things when I wanted. With AppleTV I can...
Originally Posted by shadash
Cable is $60 - $100 a month and Tivo is $13, so depending on how much you watch this could be a great deal. If all our shows were on there we could cancel both and save $40. Not too bad.
Originally Posted by ortal
I was gonna say, isnt this just a glorified DVR? and on those you can keep the episode indefinetly, no?
Yup. I'm underwhelmed, despite going into this expecting little. The whistles and bells of...
Originally Posted by sandau
I don't get the Netflix tie in. Doesn't that ruin the iTunes movie rental model? Or maybe Apple is buying Netflix? Either way it doesn't yet make sense to me.
Streaming Netflix is a "me...