Head over to Apple.com to check out the new site design. This is the most major site overhaul for Apple.com this century…but the design isn’t terribly different from what we’ve seen in the past. Click Here to check it out.
The NAB event is happening right now…and the Apple Store is down…. UPDATE: Store is back up, and you can now buy Final Cut Studio 2.
Apple has posted 2 new “Get a Mac” Ads. The first is a “Flashback” ad where we see Mac and PC as kids, and the second is called “Computer Cart” that shows a series of PCs off to the IT department for maintenance. The third ad on the page is the “Security” ad that has […]
Apple has just changed the shipping date on AppleTV from “Mid-March” to “3-5 days”. That means that the AppleTV is now officially shipping. Order should start arriving for customers who pre-ordered in the next few days. You’ll find first look pics and a full review later this week right here on the site.Â I’m also […]
Click Here to view the Apple Keynote in Glorious Quicktime. It may be a little bogged down at first, what with millions of people wanting to watch it all at the same time…so if you have trouble, wait a little while and try again. It’s well worth the wait 🙂
As most of you are probably already aware, Apple has launched an official site for the iPhone.Â You can visit it here.Â The site has some great detail on the new device, and if you’re anything like me…probably has you frothing at the mouth…
Apple is teasing us. This new index page graphic on Apple.com reads “The first 30 Years were just the beginning.Â Welcome to 2007”.Â Of course, this has already sent Apple sites into a tizzy about what it could mean.Â Most agree that it’s an indication of big product changes this year…presumably starting at Macworld next […]
Now on sale in the Apple Store, 2 Core 2 Duo MacBook Pros. The 15 and 17 inch models both feature the blazing speed of the Intel Core 2 Duo processors, and feature built-in iSight, iLife ’06, OSX Tiger, and weigh in at only 5.6 and 6.8 pounds. A 2.16GHz or 2.33GHz Intel Core 2 […]
The Web has changed a lot since 1996. As the Internet has evolved, websites have changed with them, but for most of the last 10 years, Apple.com has look very much the same (at least the front page, anyway). Take a look at how the site has changed from 1996 to now… (by the way, […]