What an incredible story.
Escher is my favorite artist. The level of detail of these scans is remarkable.
While the iMac wasn’t a guaranteed success (there was a lot of Sturm und Drang over its design and technology decisions), it was a Hail Mary that turned into an incredible product for the company.
In my opinion, it’s impossible to overstate the importance of this announcement. I’ve long maintained that the iMac saved Apple. Without it, the company would not exist today.
Sadly, this news won’t stop the pundits from predicting the “death of the iPhone X” over the next 6 months or prevent the Tech Media from slavishly repeating those stupid predictions ad infinitum.
Good list of apps, both free and paid and there are even a couple I’m not familiar with.
I distinctly remember this video. I was a Mac consultant at the time and helped people buy and set up iMacs. Many of them were blown away by how easy and fast it was for them.
I look forward to many more analysts offering up the same apology.
I will still maintain that Apple had a great opportunity here it wasted by neglect, not unlike many other technologies Apple championed but ultimately ignored over the years.
I’d love to hear from Apple why this move, a move that was “obvious” to many of us for many years, was never attempted by the company.
This is the first price increase in four years but, like all price increases, it undoubtedly won’t sit well with some Prime members.
The Python members are deeply unfunny and the world will be a better place once they have all shuffled off this mortal coil.
This is really big news and time will tell whether it is a wise move by Ford.
It’s not as easy to do as with other companies but that may be a good thing. And you might be surprised by how little and, ironically, how much Apple knows about you.
These companies aren’t doing this voluntarily, either. They’re being forced to by these new European Union regulations.
Worst. Documentary. Ever.
There’s lots of movies I’m looking forward to this summer – Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2, Solo, The Incredibles 2, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, among others. I think having a “new” 12-year-old son helps ramp up my excitement level for some of them.
I’ve gone and requested my Instagram data. I’m not leaving the service just yet but I want my own backups of what I’ve posted to Instagram.
Even though I have an iPhone X, I have yet to bother with any kind of “wireless” charger. But if you’re in the market for one, this review may help.
I’ve never seen the movie in theaters and only once or twice on a TV screen. Whether it was because of that or my young age at viewing, I never understood the movie.
My wife prefers Spotify over Apple Music (Apple Music’s selection of her favourite tunes is woefully inadequate) so this news will make her happy.
Canada’s very own “Most Interesting Man in the World” debunks space myths.
What a great story. Obviously, it is due to a lot of things but we’ve heard from many people how much the Apple Watch can help and encourage them to make significant changes in their lives.
This news will be met with mixed feelings from a lot of photographers but there is no doubt that Yahoo has let the service languish for many years.
WKRP is one of those TV shows I loved but will never watch again. I’m afraid it won’t be as good as I remember it. It has happened to me before – I rewatched some old “Get Smart” shows I loved as a kid and thought, as an adult, it was awful. But I’ll listen to this playlist all day long.
All Mac users owe Kare a debt of gratitude for her work.
Based on my Twitter feed, Watson tells me I am “a bit critical and excitable.”
I’m always fascinated by assembly lines and this “disassembly line” is just as interesting.
Interesting that after all these years, Amazon has finally released these numbers. I wonder if they’ll ever announce Kindle and Echo sales figures?