Be sure to watch Steve Jobs on all things digital tomorrow!
Apple CEO Steve Jobs will take the stage on Tuesday night (tomorrow) at All Things D. The interview will be conducted by Kara Swisher who has hinted at the topics of discussion:
There is much to talk to Jobs about, obviously, including the new iPad, the mobile market and the iPhone, its tense relationship with Google (GOOG) and the next innovations from the Silicon Valley computer icon.
Steve Jobs' last appearance was at D5 in 2007 shortly after the announcement of the original iPhone.
itunes on windows is like giving a glass of ice water to someone in hell
Steve: Well a guy... who can say if he's a journalist.
so thats the real iphone 4th gen !!
Steve: There's an ongoing investigation. I can tell you what I do know, though. To make a product you need to test it. You have to carry them outside. One of our employees was carrying one. There's a debate about whether he left it in a bar, or it was stolen out of his bag. The person who found it tried to sell it, they called Engadget, they called Gizmodo.
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Macbook Pro 13" 250gb HD, 8gb Ram
Black iPhone 4 32GB
Black iPhone 5 32GB
Black iPad mini 16GB
Steve: Our goal is really easy -- we just made a tech decision. We aren't going to make an effort to put this on our platform. We told Adobe to show us something better, and they never did. It wasn't until we shipped the iPad that Adobe started to raise a stink about it. We were trying to have a fight, we just decided to not use one of their products. They made a big deal of it -- that's why I wrote that letter. I said enough is enough, we're tired of these guys trashing us.
Later on, he basically lays it out pretty simply. We have made a decision to go without Flash. People may be able to live with that decision or not. If not, our products don't sell. If they can live without Flash, they will sell. We have sold 2 Million iPads so far.
Paraphrasing, but he lays it out for all to understand.
6:26PM Steve: Well two things -- I'll come back to what you said. Apple is a company that doesn't have the resources that everyone else has. We choose what tech horses to ride, we look for tech that has a future and is headed up. Different pieces of tech go in cycles... they have summer and then they go to the grave.
What does he mean regarding not having the resources?
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