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For its own celebration of the Mac's birthday, Apple creates an ad featuring designers and creators who all benefited from the Mac's worldwide democratization of creativity.
A brief excerpt of an ABC interview with Apple's CEO discusses Apple's penchant for keeping things under wraps, and touches on sapphire and NSA surveillance.
To celebrate 30 years of Macintosh, Apple has released a commercial that was filmed entirely on the iPhone 5s.
Apple recruits 15 film crews armed with 100 iPhones to shoot footage of the Mac in action around the world in just one day.
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Apple has gone all out in its celebration of the Macintosh 128k's 30th birthday. Watch the video here.
It began as a rage against the machine. But how did Apple's ads help the Mac be seen as ultimately not part of the machine? Or did the ads matter not so much at all?
guest post Dave Winer's ThinkTank outliner was among the first wave of Macintosh software products. It was love at first sight, but Winer believes the Mac stopped short of where it could have gone.
"The best thing to happen to the Mac in last 10 years was iOS," says Bud Tribble, Apple's vice president of software technology and a member of the original Mac team.