Other near-winning headlines for this article were:
“I Feel Like a Caveman For Using Phone Numbers.”
“Your Video iPod Sucks,” and
“Who The Hell is Going To Want Anything Else Ever Again?”
I was expecting the iPhone. I was expecting a widescreen iPod. I was not expecting them to be the same damn thing with fully functional web and email, widgets, and earth-shattering awesomeness packed in and the ability to use all of those feature simultaneously. Seriously. I mock everyone who has lived their lives from Blackberries to this point. I laugh out loud when I think of Microsoft’s‚Ä¶ what did you call that? I feel like a caveman for using phone numbers to call people which now feels so akin to typing in an IP address instead of a URL. To that point, aren’t URLs just about obsolete? (you can’t have that idea, Steve, its mine.)
Apple didn’t reinvent the phone like Steve Jobs claimed. It kicked unholy kinds of ass all over the phone.Be sure to watch the product demos on apple.com. They’re better than sex.
There’s also the Apple TV, which syncs wirelessly to your home computer (via iTunes) and brings anything and everything you have on there to your television in high-definition. But it doesn’t act as a Tivo, which I was hoping for. In business theory, I suppose I wouldn’t have much of a reason to buy TV shows from iTunes if I could record them effortlessly. Dang.