Now that is one cool idea. Apple, if you're listening, TAKE NOTE!Originally posted by fryke
Apple iOffice (AppleWorks 7)
A complete rewrite in Cocoa, iOffice will be able to seamlessly replace MS Office. It won't be as feature complete as MS Office v. X, but will be able to read & print even documents with features it can't edit/produce. Documents created in iOffice will be fully compatible with Microsoft Office XP for PCs and Microsoft Office v.X for Mac OS X.
I would certainly welcome that. However, didn't Apple have a big fight with Adobe because of the editing possibilities in iPhoto (small as they are)?Originally posted by Ed Spruiell
it should get closer to being a graphic convertor or even photoshop type app.
Somehow that seems too good to be true...Originally posted by testuser
Throw away the mouse, and put on a headset (headphones & microphone boom). Open and close applications, control the Dock, and have access to every menu control via your voice. No longer send emails or compose documents by typing (at a relatively slow 40-60 words per minute). Open up your full creative potential, and the full potential of all your text apps (120-160 words per min), because iTalk will convert your words to print at the speed of thought.
There are significant problems to speech recognition. Say the following out loud:Originally posted by testuser
The hardware already exists to implement iTalk, yet no one is making such a system.
Don't quote me on this, but I read something somewhere that said that iChat would have Video Conferencing with Netmeeting compatibility. As of now, I don't see any Video Conferencing options in iChat -but I know there's a comprehensive plan on the horizon.Originally posted by Jermsmingy
I see iChat as the i app that will eventually include video conferencing. Hopefully we will see apple come out with this in July.
Who said "Wan"? Like Obi-Wan?"One" and "Wan" actually do sound different.