I’ve seen mentioned a few times lately how investors and critics are concerned that Apple hasn’t introduced a new class of product since before Steve Jobs’ passing. Is this a valid concern? Let’s break down the time between past product announcements to compare.
The rumor mill has always run rampant where Apple is concerned, and 2013 is shaping up to be no different. Just for fun, here are my predictions for what products Apple will and won’t ship in 2013. Sound off and let us know what you think is coming this year!
The iCloud Data Center in North Carolina. Apple’s mysterious offices in Austin and Sacramento. Apple’s international headquarters around the world. Take a look inside dozens of Apple facilities that the tech company doesn’t want you to see.
Since its launch, Apple’s never stopped working on Apple Maps. Even a feature that’s not broken, like 3D Flyover mode, is getting new content. Check out these 12 new cities that have just been made fully 3D.
Take a look at this quick gallery culled from on-site images uploaded to Twitter, Instagram, and Flickr straight from MacWorld, which is happening right now in San Francisco.
Anything LEGO tends to make my day brighter, but this recent discovery is hard to beat. Chris McVeigh is a author, illustrator, and photographer based out of Halifax, NS. And he loves engaging in LEGO builds. I guess we can call him an AFOL. He has some pretty eye catching LEGO creations in his web […]
What if Apple’s logo underwent a major redesign? What might that future logo look like? Here are twenty artists’ interpretations of what could come next.
Reading between the lines of the big headlines from CES, there are five lessons and trends where the tech industry is tipping its hand regarding Apple. Even though Apple wasn’t at CES, here’s what the trade show teaches us about the Cupertino giant.
2012 has come and gone, and what a year it’s been! Here are Apple’s top ten most memorable moments of the year.
With 2012 almost behind us, let’s take a look back at some fascinating facts about Apple via everyone’s favorite form of visualized data: infographics.