iPod touch (apps) let's contact Apple!!!

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by wakerider017, Sep 8, 2007.

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    wakerider017

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    So Steve said he got hundred of e-mail from disgruntled iPhone users about the price cut and he DID something about it...

    I have an iPod Touch on order and I would like more apps! Why shouldn't there be Mail, Maps and Stocks?

    Why isn't iChat included...

    Please DO NOT post that the ipod is not a PDA. It has the same capabilities as the iPhone and why shouldn't they take advantage of them?

    SO LETS ALL E-MAIL APPLE AND ASK THEM FOR MORE APPS... It can't hurt, so why not?


    Edit: Use this link to write Apple


    sjobs@mac.com

    or

    http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipod.html
     
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    Pick an email address to send the emails to. At least put them in the same inbox...
     
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    Probably a good idea!

    It would be great if everyone e-mailed. Apple wants to know how their customers feel!
     
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    why not sjobs@mac.com or sjobs@apple.com? i forget which one it is
     
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    Or... we wait for the hackers to put all the apps on within an hour of receiving their iPods.
     
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    wakerider017

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    And constantly mess with our iPods as new iTunes releases come out?


    I would rather have it done legitimately.
     
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    I've heard that @apple.com works as well. But I think that the iPod feedback form would be the best choice.

    http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipod.html

    Also, I agree with the OP that it should be done in a legit manner, even if it means paying a few bucks.
     
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    Just sent feedback on Apple's iPod Feedback page. Everyone else should do this so we can make a difference.
     
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    I submitted something on this.
     
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    That's 2.....come on you guys! It takes like 2 minutes!
     
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    I just did as well.
     
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    techlover828

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    i sent an email and did the feedback form, hope they enhance it!
     
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    Add me to the list.
     
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    yetanotherdave

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    done :)
     
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    I sent something there a while ago as well. If they get a lot of these, it might get us apps on the touch (unless they've already been planning it).
     
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    i just sent one.
     
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    You know the feature set that Apple is initially putting on the iPod Touch, if that is not satisfactory to you, then don't buy it. Buy a iPhone.

    They are going to keep these as 2 distinct products with 2 distinct type of consumers.
     
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    The iPhone already has the phone and a camera which the touch will never get. If Apple decides to sell these apps on iTunes, it's a gold mine for profit. Everyone will want some (if not all) of the apps/widgets available. And someone's gonna hack the apps off of iPhone, so Apple might as well make a legit way to get them and make some money at the same time.
     
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    Steve Jobs response:" umm...Buy an iPhone"

    seriusly guys, im getting the touch but i dont expect it to have all the widgets and apps as the iphone will unless its relating to the actual "ipod" aspect of the touch.
     
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    IMHO, they are planning it - look how empty that home screen is.
     
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    Good point
     
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    I'm sure they thought about it...but want the iPhone to keep its premium for a while.
     
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    Few of us are expecting the apps and widgets, we're wanting a way to make it possible (at least from the vibe that I've been noticing). Face it, someone's gonna hack those apps off of the iPhone right away... we all know it. But there's big money in it for Apple if they sell the same things on iTunes for like $5 per app/widget. People will pay (someone said that $20 for iChat would be fair). These won't hurt iPhone sales much, if at all. But it could be a pure profit thing for Apple. If someone goes out and buys all of the apps/widgets, it could easily be $20 or $30 of free money. With the two other components in the iPhone (plus having to deal with AT&T), Apple could be making the same amount (if not more) profit on the iPod than the actual iPhone.

    I don't think that Steve Jobs cares about which Apple product you walk out of the store with, but how much money you're forking over to the folks on the Infinite Loop.
     
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    I submitted one as well.
     

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