Count on Apple's wondrous marketing team to throw together a catchy television advertisement following the introduction of a new Apple device. Today's TV debut, focusing on the whole lineup of updated iPods that were announced earlier today, puts some groove into the usual Apple formula. All we can say about it? It's been "engineered for maximum funness."
Today Apple reported their financial results for its fiscal 2012 Q1, a period spanning 14 weeks that ended New Year's Eve, the 31st of December. According to Apple themselves, this has been the highest quarterly earnings every for the Cupertino-based company in all of the [almost] 36 years that it's been in existence.
Apple has been a company that has steadily built up its name with the simplistic look that they give their expanding lineup. They strive on the elegance and the seeming hours of effort they pour in to make their products appeal to most people. Apparently the secret to their magnificence when it comes to packaging has slipped out of the bag.
Dubbed Electroboutique a new art exhibition has come to live at the London Science Museum, and it attempts to distort the picture of modern technology to depict how it has twisted society nowadays. Among the peculiarly shaped sculptures that the exhibition boasts, is a wonderful looking iPhone sculpture.
After a mightily awaited press conference, the wait is finally over. Today in Cupertino, Apple announced three new iPods and an Apple TV. Read on below to find out what the specifics are for each! The main focus of the special event earlier today in my opinion, is the newest
With last year far behind, and a new one soon to come, it’s time for Apple to hold their annual event that announced new products. So what will we see? Likely I am super hyped about this conference mainly because of the most likely new iPod touch that will be