2005年 10月 24日


Filed under: ブログ — shiro @ 20:45

Macworld が今週の Special Event について書いている。

Lego Steve Jobs


立て続けのアップルのスペシャルイベントがあったあと、今週またプレスに招待状が送られた。「今週はなにもありません(We Got Nothin’)」と印刷されているとのこと。

An invitation sent out to the press by Apple displays the words, “We Got Nothin’” on top of a picture of a shrugging Steve Jobs. The pockets on Jobs’ trademark blue jeans are turned inside out, apparently signifying that hardware updates or new OS X applications are not on tap for next week.


Mac rumor sites are already abuzz with reporters on what products Apple won’t be announcing next week. “Since no product announcement is scheduled, the possibilites are endless,” said one rumor-monger, speaking on the condition of anonymity. “It could be a Pentium-powered desktop or a tablet or a cell phone or even a low-calorie dessert that doesn’t let you down in the flavor department.”

John Dvorak を含む一部のレポーターたちは、アップルに偏った報道だと非難している。

Meanwhile, some in the press complained about the ongoing attention being paid to Apple. “Microsoft has plenty of weeks where it doesn’t announce anything, and nobody makes a big deal about that,” said PC Magazine columnist John Dvorak. “This clearly shows a pro-Apple bias among technology writers at leading publications. I could list them by name, but I’d just as soon not call out David Pogue, Walter Mossberg, and Steven Levy.

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