#apple: Are We There Yet? [pic]

   Posted October 20, 2010 by David Kirk in Apple Mac

Today’s apple keynote answered a lot of questions about Apple’s future; however, one question continues to haunt us.

Are we there yet?
Are we there yet?


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  • hepatologist

    Nice! With all the apple keynote hoopla today, I thought it would have been a perfect time to announce a future verizon release.

    • If they would have announced a verizon partnership today, that would have been the big story to come out of this press conference. Instead everybody will be talking about the new version of iLIfe and the new Mac Airs.

      • hepatologist

        True-dat. Awesome cartoon. Hats off to Liam.

      • i think it worked since i ordered up me an 11″ Macbook Air 1.6ghz and 4gb ram and 128GB SSD 🙂

        funny how things come full circle.. had a macbook air revision A (thanks to Q!), then went to a netbook and then to a macbook pro 13 and now back to a macbook air

        i bet we see the verizon announcement post christmas so it doesn’t affect current iPhone sales on ATT. Plus, who knows maybe they can’t announce it until their exclusive agreement w/ATT ends on Dec 31, 2010.

        • Swimming in the Apple Cool-Aid, huh? 🙂

          I think it’s a done deal between iPhone and Verizon. At this point, people are just getting tired of waiting and are purchasing some Android device.

          It’s already known that Apple is just sitting on a huge load of white iPhones because they didn’t meet production standards. I could see them sitting on a huge load of Verizon-ready iPhones as leverage for future AT&T/Verizon negotiations.

  • The car seems to be parked, and the sun is setting. Soon the public will just be in the dark.