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12" inch MacBook (Air arguably) would totally make sense. All they'd have to do is redesign the bezel of the current 11" so that the screen would once again be 16:10 format with a little less border and the total package would remain largely the same, ie very very portable yet fully functional. I love my 11" first gen Air, best computer I have ever owned.
They dropped the ball on Office a long time ago. The last version of Word I can remember to have been pleasant to use was Word 5.0 on the Mac... That was nearly 20 years ago.
8GB low cost version? Not going to happen. The savings from cutting off 8GB of flash storage would be negligible, while seriously limiting the usability of the device. If anything, they'll just cut the price of the existing one accordingly and in return ramp up the price for the retina model slightly.
Pretty much confirms that the 3G was a slow turd once you upgraded past iOS 3...
I wonder who exactly here is freaking delusional. If you have followed the IT market even just a tiny bit for the last 40 years, people have ALWAYS gone for the bigger numbers. Your comment quite frankly makes you look stupid.
Not having an iPad mini ready for the holiday seasons would be a very bad move. There must be millions of people only waiting to burn their money on one of these, arguably even more than there are waiting for the iPad 5. Not having this ready for the most important season of the year would definitely reflect on the stock market through the analysts.
Hardware-software integration, what is that?
After Apple has successfully conquered our offices, ears and pockets, it's time to conquer our living rooms. The iTV or whatever it may be called is a logical consequence of all the products we have so far that are perfectly interacting with each other. AppleTV was a start, but looking at what the TV industry has to offer currently, especially from a usability point of view, there is a lot, and I mean a LOT of room for improvement.
You live next to the sea, in the US, where you're always alone in the car, do you?
With the recent scare and uncovering of all the surveillance going on, it seems a bad point in time to talk about introducing features that automatically combine location, calendar and other data to determine certain functions of the device. I am not sure this will be particularly popular with the majority of users.
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