In today's Apple Daily, a new report claims that Apple's long-rumored streaming music service may be just a week away, a San Francisco Bay area woman drops off a $200,000 Apple I at a local recycling center, and Apple sends out a video to retail employees informing them to prepare for the imminent Apple Watch retail launch.
Disappointed that you don't have the funds to spend a small fortune on a lunch date with Apple CEO Tim Cook? Never fear: you might be able to acquire some of the most unintentionally humorous items from Apple's history through a current eBay auction. The pieces in questions are the business card, shirt, and lanyard of former Apple employee Sam Sung — and any follower of Apple news shouldn't have a hard time guessing why it'd make a fun acquisition.
Apple users have long waited for the day when the Cupertino company would start providing iPhone 5s screen replacements inside its retail stores, and evidently that day is Monday. Unfortunately, as with so many things from the folks in Cupertino, it won't come cheap.
Way back in June, we reported that Apple was planning on rolling out a trade-in program of its own "soon," but that "soon" has been pushed back from late June to sometime next month. Happily, it appears that next month's the real deal. Reports are coming in from 9toMac, MacRumors, and AllThingsD that Apple's already coaching select Apple Stores on how to implement the plan.
To most, Steve Jobs’ legacy is in the form of the iPod, iPhone, or iPad etc., but to the analyst, Steve Jobs’ greatest mark left behind in this world, is his conquering of the retail world.
We all know that wave of excitement one gets when they make a trip to their local Apple Store. The Apple atmosphere is so invigorating, presenting the most top of the line consumer products in the market, on technology thrones. The store sets standards for what retailers should strive for. Every employee has a unique knowledge of everything Apple. And perhaps the greatest part of it all is the Apple Genius Bar.