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Apple Store Experience

I just got back from the Apple Store, Bay Street, where I picked up a copy of Mac OS X Leopard. I find myself in an Apple Store on a relatively frequent basis, yet each time I’m struck by the experience, which is always exquisitely crafted.
Apple’s attention to detail isn’t left unrewarded. Their [...]

Apple Promises iPhone SDK

A note from Steve Jobs was posted to Apple’s hot news page today. In it, he promises that an SDK for the iPhone will be available in February. He proclaims:

With our revolutionary multi-touch interface, powerful hardware and advanced software architecture, we believe we have created the best mobile platform ever for developers.

Developers everywhere [...]

.Mac Needs Web Sync Services

Apple held a press conference today where they announced a few product updates, including iMac, iLife, and iWork. .Mac also received much needed enhancements, including more storage capacity and deeper iLife integration through Web Gallery.
While the new features are welcome, I personally will not be making much use of them. For my purposes, [...]

Using .Mac Reader on Firefox

Along with the release of the iPhone, Apple also introduced a web application dubbed .Mac Reader. The purpose of .Mac Reader is to allow RSS feeds to be viewed using the iPhone.
Unfortunately, the application is restricted to use on the iPhone. Attempting to use any other browser to access .Mac Reader results in [...]

iPhone and Apple’s Market Strategy

The iPhone was finally released on Friday, allowing the feverish hype and anticipation to give way to experience and analysis. While there have been reports of quirks, the consensus on the device seems favorable.
With iPhones in hands, people can now properly address its impact on the future. Umair Haque, writing at Bubblegeneration, offers his [...]