Mind set to one track.

I’m going to be very distracted today from about 1pm until 2:30 (my guess) because Steve Jobs will be delivering the keynote speech to the 2008 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.

What I’m hoping for? An iPhone with 32 Gb of storage so I can replace my phone and iPod in one fell swoop (and one slimmer device!). I’m pretty sure there will be some other amazing announcements (like some of the applications for the iPhone, or perhaps some updated machines?), but my Windows Mobile smartphone is getting a little long-in-the-tooth.

UPDATE: Okay, so no 32 GB iPhone yet. But the 16 GB phone is going to be $299, so that’s a tough call. I’ve been thinking a lot today about how I could probably do without a lot of the music on my iPod now which makes up the ~16 gigs occupied. Of course, adding new apps to the phone takes up space, and this would be my first “iPod” that could also hold movies. Decisions, decisions…

6 thoughts on “Mind set to one track.

  1. alas, you shall not have it!! Sorry bro…I guess they felt it was just too slow.

  2. Too slow? I think you misunderstand…I was talking about storage space. There’s nothing about speed there.And I think I’ll still get it, at 16 gigs of space. I don’t need ALL my music on there at once. There’s a lot that I don’t listen to. We’ll see. The prices sure did come down dramatically, though.

  3. I know you were talking about storage space, which they didn’t up. They upped processing speed….hence a sorry “they didn’t increase storage space” dan. Today’s announcement for the G3 pertained to speed primarily did it not?

  4. Oh, I don’t know about the processing speed. 3G refers to the cellular radio in the phone – it’s cellular network speed. So it’s faster for internet usage and email now. Not really on the processor.But thanks for your sympathy towards my nerdy gadget let-down 🙂

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