I think the comparisons are inevitable and stem from the similarities between the two men (especially Steve Jobs 1.0, before he returned to Apple). Both were very young, took the industry by storm, were insanely rich super fast,...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
They won't. They'll put out an A5 Apple TV with software that handles third-party apps (read: CHANNELS), and it won't be available to the A4 Apple TV.
This is what I meant by...
Originally Posted by cloudgazer
Of course they will, the same way that they bought phones that could play MP3s even if they owned iPods - because you couldn't find a nice model that didn't.
I'm quite sure Google are working...
Originally Posted by Patranus
This entire "homeshare" thing is pointless until Apple makes it a background service in OS X and extends the functionality to time capsule shares.
I don't want to make sure my computer...
Originally Posted by foxhunter101
I think they'll (Apple) get into the TV business with a "whole' Apple TV, not just a set top box.
Running iOS and having iCloud and the interface with your iPhone and iPad seems a natural...
Originally Posted by mstone
I want real buttons. I don't think having to look at your remote and hold it with one hand while swiping with the other is as convenient as a tactile interface.
Other than volume or a few select...
Originally Posted by techno
I just don't understand why everyone doesn't see the possibilities of an Apple Television with iOS and airplay. Imagine, all the games that can be designed for the TV. The iPad will be a controller....
Originally Posted by jasenj1
You need one of these.
I think it's been well established before that the TV market is commoditized with thin margins. Not the kind of market Apple plays in - but the same could be said for the...
Originally Posted by OriginalG
I don't think Apple needs to make their own TV to get into this market. Apple TV can go a lot further than where it is now, they just need to get the piece of the puzzle to get the momentum...