Although 2007 brough us the iPhone, Leopard, and the Apple TV, among other things, 2008 was a bit of a holding pattern for Apple. As such, we aren’t going to do our month-by-month or quarter-by-quarter wrapup, but instead our top 5 favorite things of 2008…
Regular visitors of the site know that we’re fans of the Mac mini. It’s small, inexpensive, and can be used for a number of things in the world of multimedia. The Mac mini has remained relatively unchanged since it was introduced almost four years ago.
In a bit of shocking news, Apple announced yesterday that this year’s Macworld Expo would be the last for both an exhibit and a keynote address. Also announced was that Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing gets the honors of delivering the last keynote address.
It seems the Apple Web was full of rumors of a $99 4GB version of the iPhone to be sold at Walmart, but everyone’s opinions seemed mixed. That price is with a two-year service agreement, saving you $100 from its double-capacity sibling. What are the issues with this?