‘Design it to look like my shit’ is a (not so children’s) guide for all you who are in the process of designing for iOS7. So you better listen to the man and design it like he would. Apparently the real Jony Ive hasn’t seen the fun it it (yet). http://jonyfuckingive.wordpress.com
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Feel like the new iPhone 5 has let you down? Samsung have exploited the general disappointment among Apple fan boys with this new installment of ‘The Next Big Thing is Already Here’. Read more…
Just when you thought Infographics had eaten temselves (infographics about infographics), in comes a new version. Compare something in quite a left-field way: real apples with (computer) apples. Read more…
This brilliantly simple trick leaves a gaping hole in your stomach – provided you got sufficient WiFi. How long till we see a promotion team using this trick, possibly for a horror flick or game? Read more…
This is WAY too good not to share. I fronted my local council to get an extension on my house… was such an ordeal… Move a tree, blah, blah. Imagine getting the whole council to suck up to you?? Gold Steve Jobs and Apple!!
Through Apple’s website, the King Kong movie trailer is available for the iPod video also. I’ve found the link on iLounge, and I suggest you reading the entry because of the interesting comments users posted.
After the special edition U2 iPod, Apple is ready to launch on the market a dozen of new mp3 players with a fresh and ironic look (via
Despite the failure of their first co-marketing initiative, Apple and Pepsi have decided to do it again. This time instead of the US, they have decided to target the Australian market with a campaign supported by mobile phones. As Macworld UK reports, Australian Pepsi drinkers with a cell phone, can enter the competition via SMS and win an iPod an hour for six weeks.
Do you remember the “Drink a Pepsi, win a song campaign?” (if you don’t just follow the link Well, according to Apple that partnered to the initiative with iTunes, redemption rates were low, and althought the campaign was offering 100 million songs, only 5 million were actually downloaded. MacWorld tells more about, also quoting a disappointed Apple official.
Dawn Anfuso reports about a new agreement between Volkswagen and Apple to launch on the market the 2003 New Beetle with a complimentary iPod. The news is featured on iMediaConnection in Promo to Watch, in which is said that the campaign will start this week with promotions all through America, both online and offline.
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