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David F. Carr
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9/10/2013 | 6:31:06 PM
re: Apple's Big Reveal: 5 Things We Won't See
Apple wasn't first with the digital music player, or the smartphone, or the tablet, either. Better to get it right
Thomas Claburn
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9/9/2013 | 9:00:21 PM
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I don't think Apple will go with a touch-based iOS notebook. Touch on a notebook is just odd. At least that's been my experience with the Chromebook Pixel. I hope Apple buys Leap and integrates a gesture interface. It would be a better experience that touching the screen of one's notebook.
Michael Endler
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9/9/2013 | 7:20:24 PM
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There's a rumor floating around about Apple creating a new power adapter for a new product. It evidently takes a bit more energy than an iPad but not as much as a MacBook Air-- so probably an ARM-based device.

Could it be an iOS notebook to pour rain on the Surface RT? Perhaps not, but there haven't been any "one more thing" surprises in the Tim Cook era-- so maybe they'll surprise us with something on Tuesday.
Laurianne
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9/9/2013 | 4:57:41 PM
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No Apple smartwatch for the holiday season? Hmm. Guess North Pole had better crank up tablet production lines.


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