bobs at twft.com
Wed Jan 27 15:57:14 CST 2010
After seeing this thing I've been mulling around with the idea of a mobile development system, complete with wi-fi access to On-Rev, wherever I go! But bottom line, it's a hybrid OS. It remains to be seen just how much of the OS X is in this thing, and how much of it is the iPhone OS on steroids.
On Jan 27, 2010, at 12:57 PM, Lynn Fredricks wrote:
>> Enough power, but you still gotta go through the app store.
>> And they probably won't let any app builders like Rev on the
>> unit. Not that I'd want to do any programming on the thing. I
>> need two 23" displays these days.
> I can't get too excited about it - Id rather have a svelte mac tablet than a
> bigger and more powerful iPhone. But this isn't such a surprise though;
> Apple has entirely embraced the consumer electronics experience. I haven't
> really rushed to the iPhone for my own use because I can't get the
> functionality out of it that I used to get out of my long gone Palm V.
> And its clear that Amazon likes what it sees with the iPhone too. They've
> announced an SDK and also that they will have a dedicated store (with a cut
> suspiciously similar to that of the App Store).
> Best regards,
> Lynn Fredricks
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