Jean-Louis Gassée puts Apple TV rumors into context while a stirring program refurbish to a stream set-top raises eyebrows. Elsewhere, Microsoft leaks Office for iOS’s existence again, and Apple and Google tab group a large holiday purchase. The remainders for Monday, Dec 10, 2012 are switching on.
The fast Apple TV Fantasy (Monday Note)
Former Apple exec Jean-Louis Gassée takes on Tim Cook and Apple TV rumors, and does a good pursuit of slicing to a chase: How does this product assistance Apple? My best answer: Stops people from constantly seeking about a Apple TV.
From destiny Apple TVs to, er, nearby destiny Apple TVs: 9to5Mac claims a many new beta program for a stream Apple TV enables Bluetooth keyboard input. I’m not meddlesome unless it also allows me to discuss with a stars of my favorite TV shows as we watch. (“No! Don’t open that door!”)
The Microsoft Office for iOS rumors continue to churn, as a French site points out references to Office iOS apps on Microsoft’s support site (well, in France, during least). What’s a over/under on either or not Office will still be applicable by a time it comes out?
Despite their high form spats, it seems Google and Apple can still combine when necessary. The dual are apparently fasten army to acquire 1100 picture patents from broke photography association Kodak, for a large sum of $500 million. It’s a
Kodak Google-Apple Moment™.