I have plumbed the depths of Etsy to put together our first Christmas gift guide, featuring the most unique, most interesting one-of-a-kind gifts for the Apple lover in your life, all made by hand.
Archives for November 2012
The long-awaited new version of iTunes is here, and it’s pretty sweet. Let’s take a look at what’s new.
You’ve got to hand it to the Apple marketing team. They sure know how to capitalize on the worth and attractiveness of their products, and they don’t pull any punches when it comes to that. Sure, they have had a silly ad or two (I won’t say that the relatively recent genius ad is one […]
The Maps app that came with iOS 6 was such a major debacle, it was quite inevitable that someone’s head was going to roll because of it. That unfortunate head apparently belongs to Richard Williamson, the man who managed the mapping team responsible for the Maps app. Williamson was given the boot by Senior Vice […]
Apple and the City of Cupertino have published revised schematics, floor plans, and renders of the “mothership,” and they’re packed with tons of amazing new details. Here’s an extensive gallery of all the best stuff.
Thanks to users of the ever-popular Instagram, here’s a quick look at what Black Friday looks like at Apple Stores across the U.S. Personally, I’m glad I decided to stay home!
Apple is asking record labels to send in updated images of their artists and bands for the new iTunes. Which means that iTunes 11 is almost here. Probably.
Online security has always been a big issue, and while mobile devices have been relatively immune to viruses and malware in general, the widespread use of these devices have made them prone to the attacks of unscrupulous individuals and groups. In the world of desktop and laptop computers, it is generally accepted that Windows is […]
Who says Apple’s Cupertino headquarters is a top-secret place full of paranoid techies? We’ve turned up 86 more photos from inside Apple’s off-limits mothership — bringing our grand total of pictures taken behind Apple’s closed doors to a whopping 156.
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has revealed his approach to adapting Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography into a film script, and it’s a very unexpected idea.