Guy and Gaz talk about what they would like to see Apple do in regards to hardware, software, services, and haircuts. Well, not haircuts because in Guyâ€™s case what would be the point?
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Thanks for the great show! As per the improvements that were discussed, I would like to add to your iTunes discussion. I like the idea of being able to build a video library; although there needs to be more content offered. I would also like to see more bargin deals, such as old movies offered at prices between, $00.99-10.00. I don’t mind dropping $20 on a new movie once in a while, but I would be more likely to spend money more often if I was getting a good deal.
As per the new Apple TV, I have been enjoying mine a lot, although I think they have a ways to go with their updates to make it as good as the previous model. I do love the addition of the App Store, and was happy to see they finally added an official podcast app a while back; although I seems to be a bit limiting. Once again, I like the app in the previous model better. I hope they plan to keep working with this app to improve it.
Finally, I would like to leave a few words about the iPad Pro. A few months ago I finally decided to commit to the huge price tag. I did spend a lot of time researching before buying; although the Apple Pen sold me. Yes buying the device and accessories was about as much as a low end MacBook Air, but it was totally worth it. The pen works very nicely for drawing, the device has a ton of processing power, and I like reading books and magazines at close to normal size. As much as I love this device, it can be a bit cumbersome if you need to pack it around all day simply do to size. At this time I have had good luck with most apps working with the new hardware; although I look forward to apps being built or tuned for this device. Overall it has worked well for me, and I find myself using my MacBook Pro less. With that being said, I don’t think the iPad Pro will be a complete laptop or desktop replacement for me anytime soon.