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QotD: Rumors

Question: Which rumor do you wish was actually true?

My Answer: I've left this open-ended, though I expect most answers will deal with Mac-related things. I haven't got any rumors I wish to be true. I don't need a PDA. I don't need a new portable. I don't need a new display. I don't need Apple-branded cars or Segways. I don't need Sony or Disney to buy any other companies. I'm happy with the way things are.

You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

8 Responses to "QotD: Rumors"

  1. Some new G5's would be nice right about now...

  2. Personally, I could groove with an iPod PDA with wireless. It would be a useful and cool toy. I hate having to deal with Palm interaction with OS X and finding (or writting custom) apps to sync various data and needs.

  3. New G5s and monitors since I want to buy them. 🙂

  4. A few months ago I found myself wanting an Apple phone. I originally though this was a place Apple should stay out of, but the more phones I play around with, the more I realize how badly the industry needs the Apple touch.

    Recently, though, I've pretty much stopped carrying my phone around with me because I didn't want it to control my life. I still use it at home, but I'm not sure I'd pay for a "nice" phone at this point.

  5. The neatest idea I have heard of so far is the Apple branded TiVo. I honestly couldn't really care about any Apple rumors right now, though, the mindset of Mac rumor sites infuriates me.

  6. I heard this crazy rumour that I'm the sole direct descendant of some really rich old geezer. It could also have been a dream.

  7. Man, I’m waiting for Apple to make an eBook device. All the current generation are horrendous. I mean, the attraction of an eBook should be a better reading experience than on a computer. Who can read a book on a Palm Pilot? Not fun, I tell you.

    There needs to be something with 200 dpi and 350:1 contrast ratio. Ideally, something that has two screens – protected when closed, like a book when open.

    Apple has repeatedly shown that you don’t have to have the lowest price to be a success in the market, but that seems to be the only factor of interest to current eBook companies.