Happy Cyber Monday! Here’s hoping our MacLife.com readers have been able to find a bargain or two while browsing around today… seems to us that most of the good deals were blown out last Thursday and Friday, but we confess to spending a few hard-earned dollars here and there today. Oh, and hey, there’s still some news happening in the cyberworld, so here’s the latest for (Cyber) Monday, November 28, 2011.
Accumulated too many Macs or iOS devices over the years and looking to unload them? While eBay is one way to go, Apple would prefer you send it to their own recycling program, which now allows you trade in those old products in exchange for an Apple Gift Card -- assuming it’s worth anything, that is.
Apple has certainly never been shy about using celebrities to pimp their products -- from the iconic “Think Different” print ads to U2 front man Bono joining forces for the original RED iPod. But did you know that the company commissioned artwork from a soon to be famous artist back in 1989?
Before we embark upon the weekend's festivities of food, fun and blowing stuff up, we thought we'd leave you with the lasting impression of this memorable video. Gary Katz, the guy who made an Apple Store diorama out of an abandoned shoebox and iPhone parts, went and created a visual history of Apple computers that he's owned in the past. But, he didn't just post a video of them dancing around in tutus or what have you. No, instead he morphed them all together.