The only thing they forgot was a desperate attempt by old Gil to sell an iPod Hi-Fi.
Springfield got its first Apple store during Sunday night's episode of The Simpsons, allowing the show's writers to devote a good chunk of the show to satirizing Apple (Mapple), CEO Steve Jobs (Mobs), and "myPods." The show makes several tongue-in-cheek references to Apple cultural touch-points like the Power Mac Cube, the "Braniac Bar," and the famous 1984 commercial in a scene featuring Comic Book Guy, who is definitely a Mac user.
It's not the funniest Simpsons parody ever, but that show lost its fastball a long time ago. Apple references have been popping up in The Simpsons for years; perhaps the most famous one came when one of Springfield Elementary's bullies tried to take a memo on his Apple Newton to "Beat up Martin," which the quirky handwriting recognition software translated to "Eat up Martha," prompting the bully to just chuck the thing at Martin.