If you're looking for a piece of Apple history to hang on your walls, you probably can't get much better than two of the rainbow-themed Apple logos that once adorned the company's Cupertino headquarters from 1977 through 1998. And if you happen to have a sizable chunk of change sitting around, we've got some great news — they'll be auctioned on June 4 by British auction house Bonhams.
We here at Mac|Life know that Apple's a pretty big deal, but we had little idea that its worth reaches astronomical proportions. According to a colorful new report from Brand Finance, a notable brand consulting agency, Apple's $104.7 billion brand value is worth "more than the cost of the Apollo Space Program in today's dollars."
It's a new day, which means it's time for a new Yahoo! logo -- but unlike the company's "30 days of change" that kicked off in early August, this one is permanent, whether the internet likes it or not.
Nearly four months into 2013, Apple finally designed something new and interesting. And as usual, people can't stop staring at it. The Worldwide Developers Conference logo isn't usually something to get too excited about, but this year is a little different. Not only has WWDC become Apple's biggest event of the year, in all likelihood, this year's keynote is going to bring the first bona fide update to Apple.com since last October.
Whether you're religious or not, everyone knows the story of Adam and Eve involving forbidden fruit laid out in the Bible -- and now Apple's iconic logo is being taken to task for being a symbol of that original sin.
Mac and iOS users alike were blessed with updates today, with Apple pushing out the first update to OS X Mountain Lion, while Facebook finally made good on promises of a faster, higher performance mobile app at last. Meanwhile, Amazon is ready to make a big announcement on September 6 and hey, Microsoft has a new look! Read on to find out what's new for this Thursday, August 23, 2012.
If you’ve been sipping cosmopolitans while spinning old episodes of Sex and the City on DVD, you may have noticed a curious gaffe during the scenes where Carrie Bradshaw is pecking away on her Apple laptop: The Apple logo is upside down.
It's time for another whirlwind, around-the-world tour of Apple's latest lawsuits, this time with developments occurring on three different continents. In Europe, Samsung and Apple are dueling it out in Germany, and Down Under a judge tells Apple to cough up payment documents to prove Samsung's really a threat. We'll also discuss Apple's latest legal troubles in Asia, where the company sent a threatening letter to a Chinese food company to stop its trademark infringement.
iMovie is a great piece of movie editing software for beginning to intermediate videographers, but did you know it can handle some advanced features like picture-in-picture? This simple trick can improve the professional look and feel of any iMovie project and we’ll show you how you can put a custom logo as a lower third in any of your videos.
This week we'll take a look at how handy folders can be in the iOS Dock, learn how to create a special Apple logo folder, and practice a few tricks that make iTunes 10 a bit more palatable, Plus, we'll teach you about the new iPhone Field Service test in iOS 4.1.