If you were up in the wee hours of Wednesday morning -- perhaps too excited to sleep with Macworld Expo 2011 just around the corner -- you may have noticed that Apple’s website got a few subtle tweaks.
The Mac App Store is almost here, and that can mean only one thing: The end of the Mac OS X Downloads page on Apple’s website. Rest in peace, little Downloads page, and enjoy your trip to that big website in the sky.
Perhaps assuming that you picked up a new iPad, iPhone, Mac or iPod during their one-day Black Friday a few days ago (you did, didn't you?), Apple has posted some website-only deals on accessories for their computers and mobile devices on Cyber Monday.
Black Friday is finally here, and with it comes the hopes and dreams of retailers everywhere to turn a profit for the year. Apple Inc. doesn’t have to worry about that -- they’re already sitting on a mountain of cash -- but that doesn’t mean they can’t get into the spirit of the shopping season just the same.
Black Friday is traditionally the day many retailers rely on to get “into the black” (i.e., profit) for the year. One company that doesn’t have to worry about that is Apple, although they still get into the spirit of things anyway.
Gamblers can find just about any reason to indulge in their favorite temptation, and with the Black Friday shopping season only a week away, odds makers are already placing their own bets on who will be hot this shopping season.
46 years ago, four lads from Liverpool came to America and the music industry has never been the same. Flash forward to today, and The Beatles have finally landed on iTunes -- and taken over most of Apple’s website as well.
The white iPhone 4 is truly as elusive as the legendary Sasquatch (what most folks refer to as “Bigfoot”) -- after popping up for reservation in the Apple Store iOS app earlier this week as well as Apple.com, it’s gone yet again, just like that.