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It isn't a case of it instantly catching fire. It is the break that causes the fire. That is trade off of our current battery technology. Aside from making every battery literally indestructible (not saying we shouldn't, just not sure the technology/trade offs are there yet), the end user has to take some responsibility and care of it.
 I agree. My palm pre got hot all the time. Would have to take the battery out until it cooled. My Microsoft Bluetooth mouse at work, with Lithium Ion batteries, fell to the floor once. Five minutes later, it, too, was getting warm/hot to touch. So it isn't even just phones, it is anything with Lithium Ion (and I suspect, other types of) batteries.  Well, you aren't supposed to put batteries in the trash in the past few states I have lived in. They are supposed to be...
My first thought was cracked screen. But doesn't look like it. My palm Prē always made my pocket hot. Though I would just pop the battery out for a bit when it did.
I see them when I am in month view. Odd.I am hoping the battery issues get fixed. My battery seems to last ok, but the indicator is all wonky and inconsistent.
Have you tried programming your cable/satellite/TV remote? I've recently programmed my DirecTV remote and it works great.
Easy. They all know that Apple will continue, at least in the short term, to be a stock to own. The line about "if this holds, we will buy every share possible" should be enough. This "beating" they will take today (off about 8% as I write) is a form of (currently legal) manipulation.
Hey, if there is any appearance of impropriety, real or not, (and there certainly is), they should assign a new one, at minimum.Ha!!
     Thanks for the replies. Forgot about the keyboard. I have been planning for about a year to grab a second Apple TV. Keep putting it off, strangely, since it's so cheap. But I keep telling myself at this point that there is bound to be a new one, so may as well wait.  Correct. I trained my DirecTV remote to work with it. Made the mistake to use the volume buttons....  :D
I forget, does Apple TV 2 (first black one) have Bluetooth? I know it doesn't support the tap for settings.
I am just concerned with the future support. What happens to iOS support? I have to assume it continues, but you never know.The two aren't mutually exclusive. It can be a brilliant product and not worth $3.2 billion at the same time.
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