“It’s been years since I made a fool of myself by publicly predicting what we might see from Apple in the coming year,” Bob ‘Dr. Mac’ Levitus writes for The Houston Chronicle. “But, having scoured the rumor sites and probed the minds of Mac-savvy friends…”
“I predict Apple will expand its iPod product line in 2005, adding lower-priced models with desirable new features. And a year from now, Apple will dominate the entire portable music player market, just as it dominates the hard disk-based segment of it today… New PowerBook and iBook models that offer improved performance, new features and aggressive pricing…. This is my longest shot, but I predict Apple will introduce a full-featured Mac model in 2005 that costs under $600,” Levitus writes.
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