Apple’s ads in recent years have simplified more and more, to the point that there’s nothing but the product on a white background with its name below. Is it too little?
What if toys used iPhones, iPads, and Macs? A clever Instagram user has answered that question with a series of incredible staged photos.
A CGI production studio called Transparent House put together this beautiful tribute to Apple that traces the company’s history, from the original Apple I to the first iPad.
If you’re the type who really go crazy status symbols then you’d really need to get an iPhone if you haven’t already. A new study has shown that people who are rich prefer the iPhone over other mobile phones. The research was conducted by The Luxury Institute. The study involved studying the app usage of […]
Best Apple cosplay of all time? You be the judge.
Brooklyn-based company Pop Chart Lab just put out a limited edition art print called “The Insanely Great History of Apple,” and it’s a one of the best infographics I’ve ever seen — a single image containing every hardware product Apple has released. Like, ever.
Ever get the feeling you’re being watched by someone? At Bookshop Santa Cruz, that someone is Steve Jobs. The Walter Isaacson biography keeps popping up in unexpected places all over the store, spying on patrons and employees.
The iPad: it’s sleek, it’s hip, it’s awesome. But is it fashion? One startup hopes to make clothes for computers and tablets as popular as Gap or Abercrombie.
Apple gave Siri a lot more than intelligence — she has a sense of humor, too. iPhone 4S users have been asking Siri all sorts of esoteric questions, and Siri’s not shy about showing off her sarcastic side, as you can see from these Siri answers collected from around the web.
An artist in Quebec used 3,750 apples (relax, he just used apples that had started rotting!) to create this incredible portrait of Steve Jobs. I have a feeling Apple’s late CEO would approve.