Predictions of the past.

Spock

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Well, I was digging thru the archives and was looking at Predictions made in a thread by pimentoLoaf back in October of 2002 and looked at my predictions and thought it would be fun to compare truth and fiction like so

Spock said:
Mac OS 10.5.0 iTunes v5, iPhoto v4, iDvd Pro, iMovie Pro, QT v8 DiVX AVI Playback.

Powermac Dual 3.25 Ghz

iMac 2.35 Ghz

Powerbook Dual 2.66 Ghz with DDR and Superdrive

iBook 2.00 Ghz

100 Gb iPod MP3 and Mpeg Video playback via Mini AV

eMac 2.35

Firewire2, Airport Card standard across the line, Bluetooth
Mac OS X.5 has been confirmed and previewed, iTunes v5 released and replaced, iPhoto 4 released, iDvd Pro nope, iMovie ?Final Cut Express? no QT 8 as of yet with no DiVIX or AVi.

MacPro or PowerMac Dual 3.0Ghz

PowerBook aka MacBook Pro oddly did hit dual sorta with DDR and Superdrive

2ghz iBook (MacBook)

No 100gb iPod, but built in video playback via Mini AV

No more eMac

Firewire 2 FW800, Built in AirPort standard minus MacPro same with Bluetooth.

I dont think i was real far off, Your turn.
 

Spock

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blakespot said:
"Apple Collectors"

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blakespot
I figured it wold be a little out of place in hardware and since we are dealing with almost 5 years ago, the I figured the collectors would find the topic more appealing.
 

chatin

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Your predictions were better than an episode of "Spock's Brain"! But, IBM lost the CPU war to Intel, much to the benefit of Apple users!

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