It's the last time we can get together and talk about tomorrow's "It's only rock and roll, but we like it," event. We talk about The Beatles, Apple TV, the Tablet, and of course the new iPods. Check out what we predict and be prepared to judge us harshly after tomorrow's event.
Plus Susie and Ray use logic to solve the 9/9/9 mystery and the event tag line, "It's only rock and roll, but we like it." Sweet, sweet logic.
The Apple TV may not be as popular as other Apple products, but that
doesn't mean that it's going away anytime soon. One analyst speculates
that the Apple TV may be getting an update with new features, such as DVR
capabilities and a subscription service for TV shows.
Apple adds the matte screen option to the 15-inch MacBook Pro just in time for late summer pool side computing. Gene Munster busts out the crystal ball to predict the sales figures of the not-yet announced Apple tablet. No word on which spirit plane Gene used to report on the tablet.
iTunes 9 rumors gets us excited, and a little worried, and we wonder what's going on with the Apple TV.
Wishing you could cut your ties to the cable company forever? You
can. You can broaden your video entertainment choices and spend less
each month with an Apple tech-based home-media setup. We show you
The internets spilled forth a juicy rumor this week that Apple was planning on having an event on March 24. With the Mac releases yesterday, we're pretty sure if the event happens, it won't be about them. So what will the rumored event bring us? Let the speculation commence!
If you're just a regular Apple TV owner without all the hacks that extend the device's features, you should be just fine updating to Apple TV 2.3.1. If you have extended your Apple TV. You might want to check yourself, before you wreck yourself...err, Apple TV.