quote: What these signals point to is Apple defining the TV as an iOS portfolio product. This means integration with iTunes, including an app store. This, in turn, means unleashing developer/creative talent through new monetization opportunities. This means new user experiences in discovery. This means FaceTime-like communication through the TV. This means many other things but mostly it means that the TV will be a platform product.The only challenge is a (currently lacking) smooth interface. Perhaps that’s where voice comes into the picture. But whether that is built-in at the next rev of the product or not is not the story. The story is going to be the sustaining improvement in the original Apple TV. A wonderfully asymmetric product begging to be ignored. A product that because of its apparent lack of success, effectively hides all its secrets in plain sight.
quote: which, pathetically, was marked down by the dimwit faction
quote: Maybe you should entertain the possibility that everyone else isn't the problem... This brings me to the question: why do you complain about people voting you down when you know it's going to happen? Also, what's your motivation for spreading the gospel to such an unreceptive audience?
quote: the people who buy Android over Apple are on average, younger, less educated, and have less money
quote: quote:the people who buy Android over Apple are on average, younger, less educated, and have less money.
quote: Or, we just like more choice and don't care for a company dictating to us what and what we can't use.
quote: Like the Mac, all Apple needs is a few % of TV owners buying an expensive, high-quality, high-profit-margin Apple TV and Apple's stock might double.