I can confirm personally that it means internet as well. Quote me!Apple declared the ‘i’ in iMac to stand for ‘Internet’. Attention was given to the out-of-box experience: the user needed to go through only two steps to set up and connect to the Internet. “There's no step 3!” was the catch-phrase in a popular iMac commercial narrated by actor Jeff Goldblum. Another commercial, dubbed ”Simplicity Shootout”, pitted seven-year-old Johann Thomas and his border collie Brodie, with an iMac, against Adam Taggart, a Stanford University MBA student, with a Hewlett-Packard Pavilion 8250, in a race to set up their computers. Johann and Brodie finished in 8 minutes and 15 seconds, whereas Adam was still working on it by the end of the commercial. Apple later adopted the ‘i’ prefix across its consumer hardware and software lines, such as the iPod, iBook, iPhone, iTunes, iLife, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, iWeb, iWork, iSight, iChat, iCal, and iSync. The prefix has caught on for non-Apple products as well.
Even more so, since the iPod doesn't use the internet....it stopped standing for internet after the iMac, clearly it doesn't stand for that anymore.InternetPod? lol
I guess. That just sounds weird if you think about it.
Yeah. My friend just told me that that is what it means. I think its a good idea. The "i" does sound better though.Even more so, since the iPod doesn't use the internet....it stopped standing for internet after the iMac, clearly it doesn't stand for that anymore.
If anything I'd say it took on the idea , like MyTunes, or MyPod...but "i" sounds much nicer