Assume I'm in Korea, your post doesn't make sense.Originally posted by apb3
Maybe it'll make it here next year.
Nokia already did solve all of these; they even use StrongARM/EPOC combo. 9210 is the name; it actually works, albeit lacks a hard disc.Originally posted by cryptochrome
The device as I'm conceiving it would be the remote link in your digital hub. Wireless and/or 2.5g/3g network capability would be essential. And as long as you've got that, plus the recording and playback capability, you've got everything you need for a phone.
The most significant thing is putting this all in an appropriately sized package. Too big and people won't want to carry it. Too small and they won't be able to write on it. A mobile phone needs to be pocket-sized to be useful, while a PDA has to be bigger than that. I'm not sure how they'd resolve the two. All I know is that belt clips look stupid and are alkward.
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Somethings Cooking For Tokyo
Im still gathering details (what details there are, at least), but *something* somewhat big may be happening at Macworld Tokyo in a couple of weeks. We know there wont be any new hardware released, and we know OS X 10.2 wont be released then, either but we may very well get to see what Steve has planned for release in the months after the show. Rumors are starting to rumble around Steve setting to rest questions regarding the Phantom Apple PDA, as well as other digital lifestyle devices Apple may or may not be planning. Theres also a chance well get to see quite a bit of OS X 10.2.
But as always, we really wont know anything until the show starts but Ill post more as I learn more
I dreamed on this for MacOSX, and hoped apple would use some way of iTunes like file browsing, the current way of browsing files is so old, it worked like charm when hardrives was ~ 1gb. Now days allmost everyone got ~ 20 - 40gb. Some of us have more like 100gb. Im thinking of writing something like this but never finds the time.Originally posted by fryke
an update, perhaps.
the current goal of the group is to make the main application a 'smooth experience', meaning that you control all of the different kinds of media very much the same way. as mentioned earlier, the interface resembles iTunes/iPhoto/Entourage and the likes. with a list of folders on the left and a viewer/selector on the right.