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Mactracker Faithfully Pins Down Apple Product Specs

September 20, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

One of my favorite features is the “History” of various models. The second-generation Apple TV, for example, includes a paragraph that describes Steve Jobs announcing it in September of 2010 — a year ago! — and notes that it was about a quarter of the size of the original Apple TV and a third of the original price. I forgot those little tidbits. But the history section also points out that the new Apple TV doesn’t have a hard drive.

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