What Apple CEO Steve Jobs didn’t announce this week

“Wednesday’s Apple announcements included some significant market advances, particularly the iPod Touch and the iTunes Wi-Fi Store. The new lineup of devices should keep the company clearly in the digital-media drivers’ seat through the end of 2007, at least, and the pricing strategy is rock-solid,” Matt Rosoff blogs for CNET.

Rosoff writes, “Even so, a few things that Apple didn’t announce might leave some room for other innovators.”

Rosoff’s list of what Apple didn’t announce:
• Subscription store
• Wireless sync
• User interaction
• The Beatles

Full article here.

56 Comments

  1. I’m sorry, but I’m tired about hearing about the Beatles catalog being that make-or-break a factor. If you’re really that big a Beatles fan, you already own their box sets which you’ve ripped to iTunes long ago and added your own album art for coverflow. I cannot see this addition adding that substantial a revenue bump to the ITMS. It’s been 30+ years since they’ve released material. Get over it.

  2. Rosoff’s list of what Apple didn’t announce:
    • Subscription store

    No one wants this

    • Wireless sync

    No one wants this

    • User interaction

    No one wants this (spotting a trend?)

    • The Beatles

    No one… OK I’d like this, but blaming Apple, inc. for this is just retarded.

  3. Does any body knows where can I report a crappy apple seller? I have a huge problem with a store in Menterrey mexico called “Mac Gic”, they sell a old, used computer, and also a defective macbook to a friend, and they did not wanted to give us the warranty for that. Is there a phone number or email to report this problem?

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