Maybe they're giant (e.g., aerial view) Apple-product boxes %u2014 like the ones the products ship in. The one in the middle is probably an iPhone box. On either side, maybe an iWatch and perhaps even a new, mystery product.
I happily paid for it -- and am enjoying it. But there aren't really any "all-new features." (For example, the mute filters you described were there in v2.)
This is a thorough, cosmetic redesign -- and it's fantastic. But to cite "all-new features" isn't factual.
I subscribe to your RSS feed and follow you on twitter. I like the immediacy of twitter, plus the added benefit of retweets. But you do post items on the blog that you don't tweet.
Like many, I read several hundred tweets and articles a day, so it's not ideal, when reading the blog, to have to read past (actively filter out) articles that one has already read on twitter.
Any chance of a "non-twitter" feed, featuring only articles that weren't tweeted? Or is...
have you ever owned an apple product? even if you haven't, are you *still* not yet aware that apple's goal is *always* to do things better than anyone else has previously?every issue you cited assumes (erroneously) one thing: that an apple-branded TV would be just like every other company's TVs. you seem to forget that apple is in the business of *revolutionizing* products. every single aspect of an apple TV would have been rethought -- right down to some new and simple...