Apple is working on a television. You know it, I know it. Everyone is speculating about how Apple will make their TV a must-have. I’ve figured it out. I know exactly how and why iTV will change television viewing forever.
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.
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.
Whoa. This is huge: Senior VP of iOS Software Scott Forstall and Senior VP of Retail Stores John Browett are out at Apple. Don’t ignore this news; it’s going to have major effects on you. Here’s how.
The rumors have been flying for weeks, and today Apple made it official: The iPad Mini will be announced at a media event on October 23rd.
When Apple purchased C3 Technologies to make use of their realistic 3D mapping system, C3 already had a number of major world cities mapped. So why have some of them been left out of Apple Maps‘ big debut?
It’s hard to imagine employees at a creative, free-thinking tech company like Apple donning uniforms before heading into work. In an industry where many industry leaders take pride in shunning traditional corporate values – the company with the unofficial motto “think different” and the leader who has pointed to LSD drug use as a major […]
How does Apple create those 3D “Flyover” Maps of major cities? And why are they such a mess when you zoom in close?
Diehard Apple fans measure their geek cred by how much lore and minutia they know. Here’s a story from way back when that I hadn’t heard, about Steve Jobs’ idea for “a mysterious little man who lives inside each Macintosh.”
At that same Hawaiian sales staff conference where the video was shown of Steve Jobs impersonating FDR, there was also this. It’s called Bluebusters, and it’s four minutes of Apple staff spoofing Ghostbusters.