Predict The Next Big Thing And Win An iPod Nano

by Hadley Stern Feb 24, 2006

What is made by Apple, holds a gigabyte of your favorite music, displays pictures, and won’t cost you a cent? The iPod nano the winner of AppleMatter’s latest contest is going to be walking away with. How do you win?

Just tell us one of the products Apple will be releasing on February 28. You don’t have to give specs, but you do have to be within the ballpark of what the product is.

In case of multiple correct predictions the winner will be chosen at random out of all the correct entries.

If no one has the correct prediction the nano will winner will be chosen at random from all entries.

Only one prediction per person please, if you have entered multiple predictions only the first one will count.

Put your Nostradamus thinking cap on and get busy, entries must be received by February 27 12:00 Noon EST. Post your prognostications in the comments field below to enter.

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Official Rules

  • No purchase necessary to enter.
  • Contest begins 9PM EST February 23, 2006.
  • Deadline for entries 12 PM February 27, 2006.
  • This giveaway is open to U.S. and international residents.
  • Must be 18 years or older to enter.
  • Void where prohibited.
  • Apple Matters is not responsible for computer malfunctions, bugs or viruses and causes beyond our control.
  • Apple Matters has the right to terminate this giveaway at any given time without notice.
  • By submitting, you agree that all private information you submit automatically becomes the property of Apple Matters. Apple Matters will not release any personally identifiable information to any third party other than necessary to deliver the prize to winners, and the name of the winners will be used to identify the winners on
  • Winners will be announced on on March 2, 2006.
  • Associates, employees, principles, or relatives thereof of Apple Matters are not eligible.
  • All taxes are the responsibility of the winners.
  • The prize selected does not imply or express any endorsement from the manufacturer or any other relationship with Apple Matters.
  • Apple Matters reserves the right to modify these terms and/or rules at any time to comply with the laws of the State of Massachusetts, to correct errors and omissions, or to ensure fairness as determined by Apple Matters. Such modifications, if any, will be posted at Apple Matters.
  • Any attempt to manipulate, interfere with, or otherwise alter any entries, other systems or services of Apple Matters will disqualify all those implicated and subject them to prosecution in the State of Massachusetts, United States and/or other jurisdictions. Your entry implies and expresses your agreement to these terms and your waiver of any other rights, related to such giveaways, you may have in any jurisdiction.


  • apple pda—plays movies and music.

    obsequiousjones had this to say on Feb 27, 2006 Posts: 2
  • I think there will be an adapter made that will allow wirless access to the ipod. This will allow the user to check email,download music, and browse the web equal to most phones on the market today.

    ladypawnbroker had this to say on Feb 27, 2006 Posts: 1
  • Before this contest ends at noon I’ve got to tell you all my prediction…even though I can’t win!

    1. iTunes Movie store with downloadable movies.

    Why? Because I don’t think they will release a new device this early in the year. And yes, I’ll probably be wrong!

    Check back later this week for the winner.

    Hadley Stern had this to say on Feb 27, 2006 Posts: 114
  • We have a winner, Ed Pachelbel of Markham, Ontario Canada. Read all about it here

    Thanks to everyone for participating. And don’t forget you still have time to enter to win a custom engraved video iPod, Apple II, or a Newton in Apple Matters This Day in Apple History contest

    Hadley Stern had this to say on Mar 03, 2006 Posts: 114
  • A nano Phone

    BLR had this to say on Dec 08, 2006 Posts: 1
  • True dual boot operating system: Mac OSX and Windows running at the same time.

    jgamelsky had this to say on Dec 11, 2006 Posts: 1
  • MacBook version of the MacBook Pro announced in the beginning of the year (probably MacWorld).

    posssu had this to say on Dec 16, 2006 Posts: 1
  • Yep! That’s what it will be.

    rozpusta had this to say on Mar 23, 2007 Posts: 6
  • Here is what I Think MACS New big thing is gonna be:

    .A Ipod Vid with the featuers of an ipod touch

    .an mac with intel core duo (or watever the fastsest prosesor is now) but with the flexibility of an imac G4 Dome

    . An Iphone with the feature of mail ical and game compatibiity

    .a mac souped up for hardcore gaming with all the comfot features like gooshy grip pads on the mouse and the side buttons do things like shoot and pickup and drop stuff

    .leapord including an upgrade of ilife 08 and imovie upgraded to have the feature of transferring movies onto bluray

    .bluray disc readers

    .a mac with dual disc trays so you can use one but have the other in blending in with the mac so you cant see it

    . a program that instead of transferring data from one disc, putting it on the computer, then putting it on a nother disc, it transferris it dirctly from one dic 2 the other

    .a tv

    . a ipod with a flashlight

    an ipod kind of like a swiss army knife but an ipod in it

    . a ilife program called iweather which chechs the weather (oviously)

    the iweatherprogram on ipods

    Kryptonite had this to say on Sep 07, 2007 Posts: 1
  • The iCar.
    In collaboration with BMW Steve Jobs will release his own version of driving as it should be. From the futuristic electronic drive line fused with new hydrogen cell technology there will be a plethora of electronic interfaces within the car itself that allow for further Apple expansion into our digital reality as cyber beings.

    Like the iPod early reception of the iCar will be minimal but by virtue of the technological “leetness” of the iCar soon enough hydrogen stations will emerge, big oil will soon be undermined and the old ways will give way.

    The only potential problem Jobs sees on the horizon is the “flow” driving console that may be a bit too fluid for non touch screen types.

    I mean if you are going to prognosticate…well…go for it “whole hog”

    tmolnar had this to say on Nov 27, 2007 Posts: 1
  • The iRead digital reader to compete with Sony’s digital reader and the Kindle.

    iLoveApple had this to say on Dec 28, 2007 Posts: 1
  • low end macbook will finally come with a superdrive as standard equipment. ADT!

    bchell had this to say on Feb 10, 2008 Posts: 1
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