Of course you realize, this means WAR.
"All technologists believe their products are better than other people's, or at least they say they do, but Jobs believes it a little more than most. In the hours we spent talking about the iPhone, Jobs trash-talked the Treo, the BlackJack, the Sony PSP and the Sony Mylo (“just garbage compared to this”), Windows Vista ("It's just a copy of an old version of Mac OSX") and of course Microsoft’s would-be iPod killer, Zune."
Watch it, sucka.
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War? You've got to kidding? Apple showed off a thermonuclear device. Palm has a pee shooter. The only thing this doesn't have is 3G data (but it has wifi). And if you listen to the keynote, Steve said 3G and other will be in later models.
Watch the keynote. Watch the software and how it works. Note that he is actually running the device doing all this stuff. There is no way Palm can come anywhere close to this. The war is over already and I can tell you Palm didn't win.
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2. I think you meant "pea" shooter, and don't point that thing at me.
Seriously, I agree that Apple moved the goalposts, and in a good way. On so many features, they showed that, yes, it IS possible, and yes, it makes for a more usable device.
One has to assume that CEOs everywhere were furiously texting their design teams yesterday, and that means we all will benefit, even if we never buy an iPhone.
- 01-10-2007, 07:04 AM #13