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Poll: What Apple product would you like to see launched next?


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What Apple product would you like to see launched next?

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Poll: What Apple product would you like to see launched next?

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Nontek

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The only Apple I like are the eating kind!

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mart7

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An mp3 player or phone that doesnt use i-tunes

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Chronos the 2nd

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Anything that was not overpriced as usual.

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interzone55

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Something that uses standard connectors so you don't need a separate, normally more expensive, lead to charge and transfer data to your phone

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wee eddie

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I think a 20 inch, Tablet Style Computer, with no keyboard or mouse, would change the horizon for everyone. Just think, working from your Recliner.

How about that for reducing stress levels, talk about laid-back!

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TonyV

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Something that works correctly! A stable OSx.

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carver

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How about some thing that can be repaired without having to take out a mortgage, or even better still a decent warranty of 2 years.

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