>> does anyone have any guesses as to what wild product Apple will introduce five years from now?
The iTable. They actually had this idea before the iPad, but when someone gave the mock-up to Steve Jobs, he said "My God, we can build a pad out of this."
They're lucky they even got the iPhone to market: When they showed the mock-up to Steve, he said "My God, we can build a watch out of this."
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
I watched that old interview with Steve Jobs and Bill Gates the other day. What's funny looking back is Bill was all about small devices and cloud stuff and how the PC will take a smaller role in our lives and Steve was talking about how the PC would still be an important part of your daily life and how the PC is going to stay around for a long time.
Seems the ideas have switched sides.
It's all electric, has the exact same components as other similar cars in it's class, yet it costs twice as much to buy, and repair. Unlike similar other electric cars, it only comes with 1 headlight, instead of two, because 1 headlight can do just as well as 2.
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So did the chicken or the egg come first? apparently the tree came before the apple as well
"Never trust a computer you can't throw out a window."
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And you have to send it back to Apple to have the oil changed. :)
I think it was the egg that came first, then it was the chicken.
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This really makes sense if you look at it from an engineering pov. At the time of the release of the iPhone processor wise (both CPU and GPU) they were not quite small enough for the tablet. However; for the phone and it's expected (or above) capabilities at the time they were. So I could actually see this as being true. I think the nest release will be the iSee which will be a projective display technology. It will come in there new devices and need no external display. This will actually be 4 beams (coming from each corner of a square) moving in a quadrangular (Pyramidal laser spectrum) beam's to create a 4D image field at the top.
Haha I tried to make something funny up, but I still say your post takes the cake :)
Some of the funniest things i've read come from you guys! Dare I say it, funnier than SNL sometimes!
I really do wonder what Appple has up their sleeves. They seem to have a knack of making a niche product something everybody wants.
That actually is a pretty good idea.
I could imagine Apple making a product with a pico-like projector inside say something like the Iphone. So if you wanted to, you could get a full-blown computer from a smart phone with the screen projected to wherever you want. Much like that keyboard (forgot what it's called) that is all light.
I get crazy idea's a lot lol. I am a member of a website called Linked in it is kind of like a facebook for professionals. Microsoft posted a thing to a special hi performance computing board about needing ideas today for the new market and devices etc (fresh ideas etc). I told them there development department should have listened to me three years ago when I tried to get them to co-patent a tablet cell phone combination device. I really did try to submit the patent, however all I could submit was the idea for a slate like device which of course was already owned. They told me for a similar device with one hardware addition I would need R&D data. I bickered with the patent office about it, then tried to get several companies to pick it up with no luck.
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