AirTunes: Where Does Apple Go Next?
"Which is why, during my conversation with Apple Vice President of Hardware Product Marketing Greg Joswiak yesterday, I was surprised with just how casual and open he was about AirTunes and where it might be headed. When I suggested that AirPort Express wouldn't fulfill a certain group of users' needs because you've got to use iTunes to control it rather than a hand-held remote, he didn't dispute that. In fact, he seemed to suggest that a remote control might indeed be a logical direction -- but that Apple wanted to get this first product out the door, to get the ball rolling."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Jun 16, 2004 )
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