Some people claim that Apple's old 4-square product line died with the cube (and that was why it failed). But i propose that they are still on top of things, but that it's now a 8-product matrix:
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Hahahahahaha, now Apple is in the weapons buisness? Guess, if your right, Apple will be able to fight off any hostile takeovers by Microsoft.Originally posted by tortus
A logical assumption you are making. Good layout is based on grid systems, continuity, and symmetry. I hope they fill that final scquare with something phenomenal. Like a g5 based plasma rifle with DDR memory.
How about a Tablet with InkWell technology, a 5-10GB iPod-sized HD and FireWire. One could administer a number of Xserves by connecting via FireWire which is loacted on the front of the Xserve. I don't know, just another possibuility.Originally posted by britboy
Whilst there's logic in your argument MasterX, what you're suggesting would imply something like an Xbook. Not the most likely of developments, wouldn't you say?
I meant your grammar was wrogn because you called it a "8-product square" when even though it does have 8 products, it is not a square.Originally posted by MasterX (OSiX)
Sorry I wasy away, I took a 10 mile hike out on the Appilachin trail.
So let's see:
"you called it a 4-square product line which was right but then you called it a 8-product square which is wrong as it is not a square but a group of 8 squares"
When SJ came back to Apple he formed a 4-product square, but it still was missing something, the iBook. After that it was a full system. Then he started augmenting it and people started arguring Apple was loosing focus. I present the 8-product square as the new Apple Products Square. You'll notice soemthing is missing, weather it be an Xserve admin tool (think StarTreck, sad i know) or a PDA. It doesn't have to be more power than a TiBook just to fit in that slot.