I want more than 1,000 songs in my pocket...that is why I use a 20 GB iPod and I won't be buying a nano.
My question to him would be, "Who wants an ugly-ass phone that can only hold 100 songs and has a crappy UI?"
Hey, I like the G4s...it stinks that we are still stuck with them because they aren't up to snuff now, but when I got my 867mhz G4 PB over 2 years ago it was great, and still is. Although I have to agree with you iGary, can't wait for the Intel switch. Ed seems to be a little less professional than I'd like to see.xtbfx said:Well I think Apple should say "Screw Moto" for making such a crappy looking phone (among other things.... *cough* G4 *cough*).
If he thought Jobs was going to organize a huge media event at Apple's expense, in order to showcase somebody else's product, then he's a bigger fool than he seems.DeSnousa said:I Don't know but I do believe the CEO of Motorola did not know about the iPod nano untill it got realised at the expo, which he thought was going to be a selling point for the companies phone. What a surprise, I guess guess he knew though as their was a slogan for the event of '1,000 Songs in your pocket changed everything. Here we go again".
He could've been more convincing if he said that back in 2001 when the iPod was first introduced.Screw the nano. What the hell does the nano do? Who listens to 1,000 songs? People are going to want devices that do more than just play music, something that can be seen in many other countries with more advanced mobile phone networks and savvy users