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Greeting from Singapore!
If you’ve ever been to a technology event, those security/crowd control folks may not be Apple employees, but rather, “rent-a-guards”.
Is everyone ready for Apple’s version of the Amazon Kindle or Sony’s Reader? That’s basically what I’m expecting it to be.
sorry for all you apple fans but this is a much better product http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSen-_2sc IA
superb ‘real time info’! BTW, any updates on the price ? As Mike D tweeted, $999 seems likely.
The question becomes: where does the average Apple user fall in here? If they have a MacBook, they don’t need one. If they have an iPhone, they don’t need one. I’m confused as to the target audience.
Greetings from India.
I am using and fully enjoying with iPod shuffle and with iPod Nano.
All your products are customer friendly and highly usable.
Regarding this new product,i Pad has some weakness on sharing music videos and doubt of flash memory items.
Whatever it may, this is the real,correct time to launch new products to us.
For the sake of customers, please fix reasonable price on i Pad.
I have watched Mr,Job!s presentation of a new Apple product from Reuters and from other websites.