My prediction is that Apple will make neither of these things, as they’re not “mass market” enough – you can’t make niche products when your market share amounts to a niche.
“Best as I can find, the new generation Tivo sold 30,000 units in the first few months. Apple TV? 250,000 units. Yet you look around the geek echo chamber, and they declare the Apple TV a failed product, while drooling over Tivos.”
“Sources familiar with the company’s plans tell BusinessWeek.com that Apple will release a software-development kit for the iPhone in early 2008.” Businessweek does not often get this stuff wrong.
“French Telecom’s wireless carrier Orange will be the exclusive carrier of the Apple iPhone in France, both companies announced Tuesday.” So in six months time there will be official iPhone unlock – or Apple will ignore French law.
If you can’t wait for an official unlock, just in time for Leopard here’s an unofficial one.
A lovely long list of things in Leopard.
Fantastic pictures of Saturn, its rings and moons.
How to add a FAT32 volume to your NSLUG.
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