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I think this is basically what the iPod will look like in 4 years. The iPod's strength has always been simplicity, and that's why I think that ideas such as PDA features have no massmarket appeal. Making 'gestures' is even simpler, and more flexible. Buttons are the barrier to the last dregs of society that the iPod hasn't reached; and Everybody understands 'right' 'left' and 'circles.' However, movie-viewing might still be a white elephant if internet connections don't make a leap and film companies don't change their tack. That's the thing - the iPod is so advanced it's waiting for everything else to catch up before it can truly progress.

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