Apple Announcement

by Mar 7, 2012Tech1 comment

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I confess to being excited. I’ve been selling things off (even books, I’m afraid) to save up for what Apple might be announcing today. If prices don’t rise and they come through with a Retina Display, I think I’m in.

The ability to access my Logos books and to preach and teach from an iPad is just too much to pass up.

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  1. James

    I must confess, I’ve been regularly reminding myself to be content with my (only 6 month old) iPad 2.
    I’m excited about today’s announcement too. My favorite rumor at this point is some sort of responsive haptic display.
    If you purchase one, you’re absolutely going to love using it in the pulpit. Save your notes in DropBox for super easy access.

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