The Apple Core: FireWire not dead, but it's on life support

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Date: Thursday, December 8th, 2005, 08:11
Category: The Apple Core

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I was genuinely surprised when Apple dropped FireWire sync from the iPod nano. So much so that I almost returned mine when I first made the gruesome discovery. I thought for sure that FireWire would live forever in the bigger iPods and that it was just a casualty of the nano’s small size. Unfortunately, FireWire’s almost dead completely.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.


firewire-logo.png
I was genuinely surprised when Apple dropped FireWire sync from the iPod nano. So much so that I almost returned mine when I first made the gruesome discovery. I thought for sure that FireWire would live forever in the bigger iPods and that it was just a casualty of the nano’s small size. Unfortunately, FireWire’s almost dead completely.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.

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One Response to “The Apple Core: FireWire not dead, but it's on life support”

  1. > I personally don’t think that Apple will or can drop firewire from their laptops, my main reason for this is the fact that you can’t boot from a USB hard drive
    Um.. yes you can, that’s nonsense.