Apple has announced an initiative to make their latest data centers in Denmark and Ireland completely 100% energy self-reliant. The two plants will come to a total cost of 1.7 Billion Euros and will go into operation by 2017. According to the press release ” CORK, Ireland—February 23, 2015—Apple® today announced a €1.7 billion plan […]
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Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the National Parks system will soon be another Apple Pay customer. If you have ever entered a national park that is popular like Yellowstone or Mt. Rainier National parks, the lines entering the parks can sometimes be overwhelming. This will soon be alleviated by the Apple Pay enabled […]
One might think Apple’s MacbookAir is an incredibly thin machine, and indeed it is. Well, 2015 is going to be the year Macbook Air even sees further dramatic change. The venerable MBA already thin and light will be slimming down further with radical new concepts on the horizon. For starters, Apple will do away with the internal […]
The Apple II Scans website (http://www.apple2scans.net) has posted two new AppleSource Newsletters/ AppleSource was an Apple dealer centric newsletter produced by Apple Computer Inc. The latest additions include the AppleSource 24 and the non-numbered AppleSource issues. You can download all of the available issues from the Apple II Scans AppleSource page at: http://www.apple2scans.net/magazines/applesource/ Please follow […]
Cash away the old year passes as Cupertino has to be a happy place given the wild success of the iPhone 6. Only now are wait times reverting to normal after the most successful product launch in tech history. Apple is once again in ascendancy, Samsung and other rivals descending. The question is, what does […]
The Wozpak Special Edition is now priced for the Christmas Holidays. The 350 page book with the notes from Steve Wozniaks’s Apple-1 and Apple II notes was produced in coordination with Steve Woznaik by Brian Wiser and Bill Martens. It includes a number of interesting items and introductions from the men who made the Apple […]
According to reports, famed Apple programmer Bob Bishop passed away September 29th. Bob was known for many early Apple II programs which highlighted the capabilities of the Apple II computer and was constantly pushing the boundaries. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison receiving his PhD. He went on to work at […]
Apple Computer Inc went through many versions of standards with their brand, products and product presentation over the years. A recent Acquisition by Apple II Enthusiast Javier Rivera shows the standards which were followed when presenting the Apple brand from the early 1980’s in a much clearer light. This 42 page book is a gold […]
On this, the third anniversary of Steve Jobs passing, we take a look back at the man we knew or thought we knew. Many of us had passing experiences with the one person who changed so much about the way we do business and run our personal lives. Where would the world be without the […]