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Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All
Posted by jescott418 on 2012-10-05 03:26:25
In reply to Chris Maxcer
Apple is concerned too much about Apple. It needs to realize not everyone is a Apple family or maybe they are and that's the problem. Apple needs to sell Apple TV for others who may not have a single other Apple product. Actually Apple needs to start doing this with a lot of Apple products. This society does not like marrying into a family of products anymore. They tend to pick and choose. Its one reason I like my Roku over a Apple TV. Another example of Apple TV problems is that the last model it eliminated a lot of options to hook it up to a TV. I guess Apple figured everyone has a HDMI TV. They would be wrong. Sometimes their technology over comes the reality of what people have. Maybe that's why Apple TV is still a hobby and Roku is the standard.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All  Chris Maxcer  2012-10-04 05:09:45
Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All  CMaxcer  2012-10-05 08:27:01
Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All  Spidouz  2012-10-05 06:11:23
Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All  jescott418  2012-10-05 03:26:25
Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All  Spidouz  2012-10-05 07:50:02
Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All  MitchH  2012-10-04 14:02:10
Re: The Next Apple TV Shouldn't Be a TV at All  CMaxcer  2012-10-05 08:39:29
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