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INSPECTING OS X YOSEMITE’S ICONS (via Inspecting Yosemite’s Icons)

This is a really good critique. This was a fun read.

INSPECTING OS X YOSEMITE’S ICONS (via Inspecting Yosemite’s Icons)

This is a really good critique. This was a fun read.

Apple offering at least Rs 20,000 off on Macbooks in exchange for your old Mac - Tech2

See Also: Apple allows India users a 2 week trial for any iPhone model

Glad to see Apple making these kinds of moves in India. Macbook buyback scheme is really compelling. 

I can’t be arsed to go out there and defend Apple products, they speak and sell for themselves. If you think the world is fine enough in all other areas for there to be room for you to be all angry about Apple, then go ahead and be angry. It’s your spleen. Do what you like with it.

This wonderful quote is from Mac at 30 piece by Stephen Fry. 

I pretty much live the same philosophy when it comes to talking about Apple. 

Here’s another one of favourite from the afore-mentioned piece:

Steve Jobs, whom I had the privilege of knowing, always said, and he meant it, that he had nothing but the hugest respect for Bill Gates’s business acumen, and nothing but the profoundest contempt for his taste.

You know we’re constantly taking. We don’t make most of the food we eat, we don’t grow it, anyway. We wear clothes other people make, we speak a language other people developed, we use a mathematics other people evolved and spent their lives building. I mean we’re constantly taking things. It’s a wonderful ecstatic feeling to create something and put it into the pool of human experience and knowledge.

Steve Jobs talking to Steven Levy.  
I’ve been a Mac User since October of 2010. The First Mac i touched was a Mid-2010 White Polycarbonate MacBook. The first i owned was a Mid-2010 13-Inch MacBook Pro. 
I really hated computers and technology when i was young but all changed when i discovered the elegance of a Mac running OS X. I’ve never been the same since then. 
Experience 30-years of Mac Innovation on Apple.com.
See Also:

Apple executives on the Mac at 30: ‘The Mac keeps going forever.’ - Jason Snell / Macworld
“The Mac remains strategic to us as far as the eye can see, It’s not going anywhere.” - Phil Schiller, Apple SVP of Worldwide Marketing.
The ripple through the universe that the Mac started thirty years ago continues to extend out into the future. - Linus Edwards / VintageZen 
I’ve been a Mac User since October of 2010. The First Mac i touched was a Mid-2010 White Polycarbonate MacBook. The first i owned was a Mid-2010 13-Inch MacBook Pro. 
I really hated computers and technology when i was young but all changed when i discovered the elegance of a Mac running OS X. I’ve never been the same since then. 
Experience 30-years of Mac Innovation on Apple.com.
See Also:

Apple executives on the Mac at 30: ‘The Mac keeps going forever.’ - Jason Snell / Macworld
“The Mac remains strategic to us as far as the eye can see, It’s not going anywhere.” - Phil Schiller, Apple SVP of Worldwide Marketing.
The ripple through the universe that the Mac started thirty years ago continues to extend out into the future. - Linus Edwards / VintageZen 

I’ve been a Mac User since October of 2010. The First Mac i touched was a Mid-2010 White Polycarbonate MacBook. The first i owned was a Mid-2010 13-Inch MacBook Pro. 

I really hated computers and technology when i was young but all changed when i discovered the elegance of a Mac running OS X. I’ve never been the same since then. 

Experience 30-years of Mac Innovation on Apple.com.

See Also:

A longtime Apple fan looks back on the evolution of the Mac

Linus Edwards: 

….while the Mac itself will eventually go away, its legacy remains. It changed the fundamental way people interact with digital devices and that change can still be seen today.

Thirty Years Later, the Influence of the Macintosh Can Still Be Felt - IEEE Spectrum

I came across this great interactive in my RSS feed reader today. Go check it out! 

aakashdoshi:

History of Mac #2 - Desktop, is second in the series of series of Mac illustration.

Aakash Doshi has added a great sequel to his history of Mac illustrations. Fantastic work! 
aakashdoshi:

History of Mac #2 - Desktop, is second in the series of series of Mac illustration.

Aakash Doshi has added a great sequel to his history of Mac illustrations. Fantastic work! 
aakashdoshi:

History of Mac #2 - Desktop, is second in the series of series of Mac illustration.

Aakash Doshi has added a great sequel to his history of Mac illustrations. Fantastic work! 
aakashdoshi:

History of Mac #2 - Desktop, is second in the series of series of Mac illustration.

Aakash Doshi has added a great sequel to his history of Mac illustrations. Fantastic work! 
aakashdoshi:

History of Mac #2 - Desktop, is second in the series of series of Mac illustration.

Aakash Doshi has added a great sequel to his history of Mac illustrations. Fantastic work! 
aakashdoshi:

History of Mac #2 - Desktop, is second in the series of series of Mac illustration.

Aakash Doshi has added a great sequel to his history of Mac illustrations. Fantastic work! 

aakashdoshi:

History of Mac #2 - Desktop, is second in the series of series of Mac illustration.

Aakash Doshi has added a great sequel to his history of Mac illustrations. Fantastic work! 

Apple Mice in Pure CSS

This is so cool. Great Job. 

From iPad Air to Mac Pro: everything you need to know about Apple's fall event

The Verge has great round-up of yesterday’s Apple event.