I thought each model went up $100. Did anyone really forsee a 20 GB model @ MWNY either?Originally posted by irmongoose
40 gig?? Do you really need that much space?? And look at the pricing.. if you go with the current price, a 40 gig iPod will be $700!!!
So, no, I don't think they'll have a 40 gig iPod.
Little bit excentric. I'd vote for the 470 GB HD's though.Originally posted by paulwhannel
I think we'll see 470 gig hard drives, a cell phone, camera, two-way radio function, and the ability to remotely kill a person built in. all for under $300.
Originally posted by friendlyghost
Ideas? Possibilities? Probability?
Originally posted by -hh
One thing that I'd like to see that would be a "No Brainer" for Apple to impliment is an iPod that would work on both my Mac and my PC.
If this is actually a feature on the current models, the documentation that says so is pretty hard to find.
Um, it'd be just like making the change from CDs to DVDs. Same concept. It's been done before. Besides, I'm sure Apple will have a way to easily convert MP3 files to AAC and vice versa.Originally posted by friendlyghost
I just can't see abandoning MP3 for any other codec, even AAC. Why give up compatibility with everyone else?
wouldn't a more applicable analogy be a switch from VHS to DVDs? I mean we don't use CDs and DVDs for storing the same stuff (except maybe for the new TiBooks software restore DVD)Originally posted by Shrek
Um, it'd be just like making the change from CDs to DVDs. Same concept. It's been done before. Besides, I'm sure Apple will have a way to easily convert MP3 files to AAC and vice versa.