Diluting the Keynote Experience?

Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by GimmeSlack12, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. GimmeSlack12 macrumors 603

    GimmeSlack12

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    Anyone else feel that so many Apple announcements gets a bit tiresome? I guess you could call it Apple-Hype-Fatigue.

    The London announcement is what brought me to this point, as well as the recent new iPod announcement. For that one (Sept. 5) I really wasn't really anticipating it much, I even forgot it was happening until I checked into MR that morning.

    Too many keynotes? Can't Apple just spring a new product on us and not have to go through the weeks of anticipation and speculation? Perhaps they can lay low for a while until after Xmas and come back with something neat at in '08. I really don't care about what is being talked about at London in the next day or so (probably cause it easy to anticipate what it might be). Though a Leopard release date would be nice.
     
  2. flopticalcube macrumors G4

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    Expect more as Apple expands its business interests. Its all about building awareness for a product.
     
  3. lofight macrumors 68000

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    if apple will stay growing i think the amount of keynotes too, maybe in year 2015 they'll bring a keynote every month :p, i was excited for sept. 5, but not really now for tomorrow ...
     
  4. Markleshark macrumors 603

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    I'm not so bothered about London tomorrow morning, but I loves me a keynote.
     
  5. AdeFowler macrumors 68020

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    You're not drinking enough kool-ade ;)

    Announcements are fine as long as they're worthwhile. The last couple have been. The iPod HiFi and leather wallet weren't.
     

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