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Revolutionary. It is always present on any of Apple's new products. Are they really an innovation or just a reiteration of other manufacturer's technology? Gadg is giving you a trip down memory lane of Apple's products.
Since Apple’s press release in 1999, everything seems to be revolutionary. The Cupertino-based company declared a revolution for software, Macs, CD and DVD drives, iPods, iPhones and iPad. Some of those “revolutionary” products no longer exist, while others are just refined implementations of technologies that were already done by others. Just yesterday when Apple launched its Mac App Store, its press release said, “The Mac App Store brings the revolutionary App Store experience to the Mac.” Again, another revolutionary product.
Regardless, if it comes from Apple, it must be revolutionary. The trip down memory lane of Apple’s “revolutionary” products since 1999 to present is available after the break. Fasten your seat belts, folks!Read the rest of the article »
Apple is not letting Black Friday pass away without making some noise. Get ready for the one-day Apple shopping event on November 26.
Apple joins the Thanksgiving Day festivity by announcing their special one-day shopping event. The event is known to many as the Black Friday. To entice people, Apple disclosed only limited details about the event; though there was a promise of “dozens of great iPad, iPod, and Mac gifts” for everyone.
Last year, Apple also joined the grand shopping event similar last year. This is the chance for many to grab their very own iPad cheaper than the initial price. Or some might purchase other Apple products like the iMac and MacBook Pro few dollars cheaper.View Article Source »
If you are addicted to music, then here is one thing you should buy.
Apple always make it a point to create something sleek, beautiful and wearable just like the iPod Shuffle. Making it the, “the new, colorful, clip-and-go iPod shuffle. With buttons, Voice Over, and playlists, it’s the very best of iPod shuffle.”
The aluminum covered player comes in 5 brilliant shades to match your favorite color. It is also equipped with a 2GB storage capacity that lets you play hundreds of songs. Tagging along a 15 hour battery life, surely you wouldn’t ask for more. Making a fully loaded playlist is easier just like Genius Mixes, podcasts and even audio books. Just clip it on your sleeve and you are ready to go.
Controlling music is easier with just a tap and a click. The body of this new Apple “baby” is bigger than the previous one and is more easier to control. Plus a voice over with 25 different languages that lets you know the track, artist and album you are playing.
But there is more to look forward to. Genius is here for Shuffle. Yes, it is working like a shuffle. Activate the Genius button on your Mac or PC then it automatically scribbles the playlist and slects songs that suits your preference.
With the new line of Apple, we are so sure that sales would skyrocket. The $49 is really worth it.View Article Source »
The iPod Nano received a grand makeover and it became irresistible.
The much-awaited event of Apple has caused a few shocks and huge awes. The all-new revamped iPods are making us lust for more.
The iPod Nano was redesigned and is now Multi Touch – you’re reading it right. It is the technology that lets you tap your way to the next song. Plus, it comes in vibrant colors.
The gadget also allow you to see album covers and wallpapers on a 1.5 inch color display with a 240 x 240 pixel resolution.Read the rest of the article »
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