^Beat me to it! But I agree there is nothing fair about that! Sounds like a market control move to me. I will not be purchasing one of these . I'm building my own tablet........ That can run what ever I want! 17" of pure awesomeness. performance wise .... I believe it should kick the crap out of apples feminine hygiene pad considering its a laptop i5 board and proc. Just wait for my thread!!!
What a greedy move by apple. I am against all forms of DRM, but I expect big business to use it any chance they can. But refusing to use what is now the universal "standard" for e-books is really greedy.
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The future of publishing has arrived. The publishers will jump on this as it basiclly ties the content to the device. This model will finally put an end to people sharing/reselling books and insure that as much as is possible the publisher will receive a payment from every last person that reads a book. A few years from now paperback books will begin to fade away and only e-books will available after the first printing hard cover editions.
All made possible by the incredible vision of Apple.
Another perfect example of why many people won't buy Apple products. Their devices are the
sweetest in the world, and the people who run it and make all the decisions are those of the most
retarded. They are Money greedy S.O.B. that don't care about you, all they care about is filing their
pockets with as much money as they possibly can. your needs aren't important to Apple cause you mean
nothing to them, you just haven't realized it yet.
[citation][nom]abhinav_mall[/nom]DRM is just a pain in ass for user who buy legitimate material. Thank-god paperback doesn't come with a DRM !!![/citation]
It doesn't need DRM since it's not stored in digital form. The content of a paperback is considerably harder to transfer to another device than the e-book on an Apple device, DRM or not. Both legally and practically. That doesn't really bother me at all. I still prefer the paperback. Wonderful technology. ...And the author gets paid.