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What is Tropicana?

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I spotted this line in the product description of iLife in the Apple Store: "And the iTunes library can be instantly accessed from any Tropicana application."

What's Tropicana?

(And whatever happened to the Rendezvous functionality they demonstrated at MWNY2002?)
post #2 of 10
Was gonna say orange juice, until i read your post...
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[quote]Originally posted by Osakans:
<strong>(And whatever happened to the Rendezvous functionality they demonstrated at MWNY2002?)</strong><hr></blockquote>
As Steve told onstage at MWNY, "Rendevous is slated for iTunes 4".
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post #4 of 10
I think that's going to be another "suite" like iLife. Safari --&gt; Tropicana.
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I wonder if "Tropicana" is the iLife project name, and the copy editor forgot to change it before publishing?
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[quote]Originally posted by T'hain Esh Kelch:
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As Steve told onstage at MWNY, "Rendevous is slated for iTunes 4".</strong><hr></blockquote>
Aww man.
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post #7 of 10
Is it possible that Tropicana is a code-name for an Apple OS for consumer electronic devices?
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rumor is that jobs was just thirsty and he drinks oranges since he is in california...imported from florida though
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post #9 of 10
[quote]Originally posted by T'hain Esh Kelch:
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As Steve told onstage at MWNY, "Rendevous is slated for iTunes 4".</strong><hr></blockquote>

No, he said in an iTunes update - he never mentioned a version number.
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[quote]Originally posted by scottiB:
<strong>I wonder if "Tropicana" is the iLife project name, and the copy editor forgot to change it before publishing?</strong><hr></blockquote>

It looks like it. The text is now:

"And the iTunes library can be instantly accessed from any iLife application."
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