Skip to main content

6 Secrets Apple’s Chief Design Officer Revealed in Naomi Campbell Interview

6 Secrets Apple's Chief Design Officer Revealed in Naomi Campbell Interview

6 Secrets Apple’s Chief Design Officer Revealed in Naomi Campbell Interviewhttps://www.idropnews.com/news/6-secrets-apples-chief-design-officer-revealed-in-naomi-campbell-interview/67571/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=04042018&utm_term=NewsletterApple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive is an influential man. Not just at Cupertino, but in the entire technology industry. Indeed, the products and services

Buggy software could tarnish Apple’s sterling reputation

Buggy software could tarnish Apple’s sterling reputation

Buggy software could tarnish Apple’s sterling reputationhttps://www.cultofmac.com/517053/hey-apple-fix-your-crappy-software/Apple built its trillion-dollar reputation delivering beautiful hardware that turned tedious tasks into magical experiences. But a recent string of ridiculous bugs — and a seriously shocking security flaw — put Cupertino in a precarious position: If Apple doesn’t stop the screw-ups, it could permanently sully its good name.

Apple will unveil the next iPhone on September 12th at its new campus

Apple will unveil the next iPhone on September 12th at its new campushttps://www.engadget.com/2017/08/31/apple-iphone-event-september-12-spaceship-campus/To the surprise of almost no one, Apple has announced it’ll be holding its annual iPhone event on Tuesday, September 12th. It’ll be the first event hosted at Apple’s new “spaceship” campus in Cupertino, California.

If you care about cities, Apple’s new campus sucks

https://www.wired.com/story/apple-campus/?mbid=nl_61017_p1&CNDID=49046367The new headquarters Apple is building in Cupertino has the absolute best door handles. The greatest! They are, as my colleague Steven Levy writes, precision-milled aluminum rails that attach to glass doors—sliding and swinging alike—with no visible bolts.

Technology firms and the office of the future

http://www.economist.com/news/business/21721423-their-eccentric-buildings-offer-clues-about-how-people-will-work-technology-firms-and-office?utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethitsTheir eccentric buildings offer clues about how people will work. Apple’s employees have just begun moving into their new headquarters in Cupertino, conceived by the firm’s late founder, Steve Jobs. The four-storey, circular building looks like the dial of an iPod (or a doughnut) and is the same size as the Pentagon.

“Designed by Apple in California” chronicles 20 years of Apple design

Dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs, the book illustrates Apple’s creative inspiration and thinking.

Dedicated to the memory of Steve Jobs, the book illustrates Apple’s creative inspiration and thinking.

Cupertino, California — Apple today announced the release of a new hardbound book chronicling 20 years of Apple’s design, expressed through 450 photographs of past and current Apple products. “Designed by Apple in California,” which covers products from 1998’s iMac to 2015’s Apple Pencil, also documents the materials and techniques used by Apple’s design team over two decades of innovation.

LeEco Le Pro3 looks pretty good for a dirt-cheap Android

If, for some reason, you’re in the market for an Android smartphone…

by Lewis Wallace @ cultofmac.com

by Lewis Wallace @ cultofmac.com

With a sharp screen, a fast processor and 4GB of RAM, the new LeEco Le Pro3 is a bold shot across the bow of Apple and other premium smartphone makers.

While the hardware nudges the phone toward the high end of the spectrum, the rock-bottom pricing should send shivers through Cupertino. At just $399 — or $299 if you get in on LeEco’s generous instant rebate, which starts today — the Le Pro3 is a steal when compared to the iPhone 7 Plus.

iBook 2001! [Updated]

In a media event at Apple’s Town Hall in Cupertino, Steve Jobs announced the next phase in the iBook revolution. The new iBook is essentially a miniature version of the popular PowerBook G4 Titanium with a smaller 12.1-inch screen and a 500MHz G3 processor. Four versions are available with the main differences being the optical drive: CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-RW, or DVD/CD-RW combo. Check out Macworld’s First Look article, O’Grady’s iBook 2001 Updates at Go2Mac.com, MacNN’s 2001 iBook: A closer look, and [update] MacNN’s New iBook Photos.

iBook 2.0

Marble is the code-name of the new iBook being announced on 1 May 2001 at an Apple press event in Cupertino. New information acquired by Go2Mac describes the new iBook as more similar to the PowerBook G4 Titanium than to the original iBook. More details and specs at Go2Mac’s article, “Marble: Say Hello to iBook 2.0.”