Tag Archive: Apple.com

What browsing Apple.com was like in 1997

  Young Apple fans may not remember the unveiling of the original iMac that put Apple back on the map, but now you can experience what it was like to learn all about the iMac on the World Wide Web…Read more ›

12 Stunningly Beautiful Wallpapers Hidden in Plain Sight on Apple.com

Apple has been long known for using incredibly beautiful imagery for their product marketing efforts, and like most beautiful pictures, they make for amazing wallpapers too. With that in mind, we went through Apple.com with the handy developer inspector tool (yes it took a while) to uncover some of the full-sized images used throughout the … Read More

Apple.com Updates With Nerdy Teenage Tim Cook Tribute [Humor]

Following the unexpected uncovering of Tim Cook’s high school photos, Apple has updated the official iPhone 5s page and iSight section to pay tribute to the company CEO’s gawky yearbook origins. Looking good, Tim! Via: The wonderfully talented Michael Steeber    [Read More…]

Apple.com Celebrates 30 Years Of Mac With Visual Timeline, Video & More

The original Mac was released thirty years ago today, and to celebrate, Apple has unveiled a special “30 Years” section of its official website that allows users to scroll through a visual timeline of the Mac’s history, starting with the…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Apple.com Is Currently A Tribute To Nelson Mandela

Last night Apple replaced its normal website layout with a fullscreen tribute to Nelson Mandela, the beloved freedom fighter and South African president who passed away on December 5th at the age of 95. The design is reminiscent of the…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Starting In Germany, Apple.com Is Now Accepting PayPal For Online Payments

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This is interesting: along with their new redesign, in Germany, Apple has made it possible to pay for products ordered from their online store using PayPal.

In Germany, it is very rare for consumers to have credit cards, or even for brick-and-mortar businesses to take credit card orders. Allowing German consumers to pay for purchases with PayPal may make the Apple online store more accessible  [Read More…]

Countdown To 50 Billion App Downloads Is Front And Center At Apple.com

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Apple is counting down to 50 billion app downloads in the App Store, and the ticker is currently front and center on the company’s website. Some taglines rotate under the countdown, like “With 50 billion bricks, you could build 12 Great Walls of China.” Each tagline is associated with an iPad app Apple is highlighting.

The countdown is identical to when the iTunes Store hit 25  [Read More…]

Apple.com Is Now The 8th Most Visited Website In The U.S.


For some reason, ComScore just hasn’t gotten around to adding mobile users to its measurements on how much traffic websites get until today. Now that mobile traffic is being accounted for, Apple has quickly gone from the 11th most popular website in the world to 8th.

ComScore just released its latest rankings for websites and Apple benefited the most from the addition of mobile audience scoring by adding 54% more unique viewers to  [Read More…]

Apple Has Already Removed Forstall And Browett’s Executive Profiles From Apple.com


The announcement that John Browett and Scott Forstall are leaving Apple by the end of the year just hit the Internet a few hours ago, but Apple has wasted no time updating their website to reflect the changes. On the “Executive Profiles” page of Apple.com the profiles for both Forstall and Browett have already been removed.

Most of Scott Forstall’s duties as Senior Vice President of iPhone Software have been divvied  [Read More…]

Apple.com Explains Step-By-Step How To Get Google Maps Back On Your iOS Homescreen

In addition to posting an extraordinarily classy apology for the iOS 6 Maps fiasco written by CEO Tim Cook, Apple has also gone to the length of pushing online a page explaining how to add a website icon to your home screen in four easy steps, and while the website they use for the example is Apple.com, they clearly mean for you to do this on maps.google.com.

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