I guess the answer would be: we are not talking about future products.Blue Velvet said:What plans do you have for Apple and its products over the next 10-15 years?
That should cover just about everything, I guess.
Hi,wrldwzrd89 said:My questions would be as follows:
QuickTime seems to be spreading its influence into media-using areas besides computers. Do you expect this trend to continue, and what forms might it take?
-Regarding Mac OS X-
What is Mac OS X to you? Of course, it's an operating system, but I'm thinking more in terms of branding...if you continue on the current course, you'll eventually reach Mac OS X version 10.9. What will you do then - release version 10.10 or make the jump to version 11? If you opt for version 11, how significant would the changes have to be to make a version 11 designation worthwhile - on the same magnitude as, say, 10.3 to 10.4, or greater than that?
Having just got back from a meeting with Apple where this question was asked - you're spot on LaForge!CmdrLaForge said:
I have to say the answer is YES. We already now that there is a black model. And it is called just iPod.wordmunger said:So, does that cool new iPod Video come in black?
jsw said:I think I'd just ask them for a signed blank check.
That would pretty much cover everything else.