When Tiger shipped, College students only had to pay $69 for it. That won’t be the case when Leopard ships at the end of next week. Leopard will be setting them back $116, only $13 less than the retail price. The reason? Well, I can only speculate, but I would imagine that Apple sells A […]
Apple is going to have a lot of celebrating to do on the 26th of October. Not only are they Launching OS X Leopard world wide, but Apple is also opening its 200th Apple Store in the SanTan Village shopping center in Gilbert, Arizona. It’s been less than 6 years since Apple opened their very […]
I only have 5 days left on my .Mac trial – so I decided it was time to upgrade (primarily because of the new and upcoming features). I went to the Apple Store (since I can’t use my Apple credit on the .Mac website to upgrade the account – which seems kind of stupid, but […]
Apple stores robbed, Microsoft to buy RIM, Keynote bug and more! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget which is now […]
I have to admit to being fairly impressed with the new designs of the iMac, and while pretty much everything mentioned was available right after the town hall meeting, the wireless keyboard isn’t ready yet. The online Apple Store is showing wait times of 3-5 weeks for the lighter, fancier Bluetooth keyboard. Do we complain […]
The Apple Store was up briefly, but has now crashed down to earth from all the traffic headed to the site. Hopefully it’ll be back up soon.
Looks like things are kicking into gear. The Apple Store is down, and coverage begins momentarily….
Early this morning the US and Canadian Apple Stores went offline and were replaced with the famous sticky note that reads “We’ll be back soon.” Of course, with this being a Tuesday everyone on the web got excited and new iMacs or new iLife release speculation filled the comment boards of major blogs and forums. […]
Apple dropped the prices of their Cinema Displays today, in addition to introducing the quad and 8 core Mac Pros. The new pricing is as follows: $599 – 20″ Cinema Display $899 – 23″ Cinema Display $1799 – 30″ Cinema Display Now, the question is…what is the reason for this price drop? Could they be […]
This is YouTube in a nutshell. This is what happens when people have too much time on their hands…and yet…somehow I find this strangely amusing…