Reply 21 of 23
July 16, 2002 1:15PM
[quote]Originally posted by Nebagakid:
<strong>**** the Windows Users</strong><hr></blockquote>
I feel honored
Reply 22 of 23
July 16, 2002 1:36PM
[quote]Originally posted by Nebrie:
Why go thru all that effort when they can just plug it into Media Player or Real Player?</strong><hr></blockquote>
Answer: auto synchronization of the music libraries, equalizers, etc. True plug-n-play type stuff that you'd have to do manually otherwise. If you're going to sell the iPod to Windows users (BTW, I'm not a huge fan of this idea because I think the iPod loses its appeal as a compelling reason to switch) you want the full iPod experience, half of which depends on iTunes, and is much more compelling than the iPod's physical characteristics alone.
Reply 23 of 23
July 16, 2002 6:36PM
[quote]Sorry, but giving windows these things is a bad idea, THESE are the reasons why a Mac is so much better<hr></blockquote> If apple doesn't write a version for windows. There might be some mac user that is forced to use windows at work that'll write a skin/plugin combo when winamp3 is final. Although it'd have to be underground since apple's lawyers would 'fly off the handle'.