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The company has an established history of taking competitors to court to protect the look and feel of its products. It's part of Apple's DNA. Steve Jobs always thought of Apple products as unique works of functional art with aesthetic virtues, wrapped in patents, copyrights, and licenses. He wasn't about to let anyone copy the crown jewels -- the user interface and hardware design concepts -- embodied in his creations. The Macintosh, introduced in January 1984, was his first true masterpiece, a pint-size version of Apple's Lisa workstation, which was the first Apple product with icons, windows, cut-and-paste, pull-down windows, and a mouse.
But most of the user interface concepts that distinguished the Lisa and Macintosh didn't come from Apple. The iPad 2,4 Review: 32nm Brings Better Battery Life. When Apple launched the 3rd generation iPad (as the new iPad), it also dropped the price of the entry-level 16GB WiFi iPad 2 to $399.
Apple's products tend to hold their values exceptionally well, so this two-tablet strategy made sense. Apple iPhone 2G (1st Generation) and 3G (2nd Generation) Compared. Whether you love or hate Apple, you must admit that the iPhone revolutionized cell phones as we know them today. Bizarre internal Apple video shows Steve Jobs rallying the troops against IBM. We're going to warn you up front: what you're about to see is eccentric, puzzling, and perhaps even disturbing.
And undoubtedly, it's the fanboy film to end all fanboy films. According to Network World, who managed to get ahold of an internal 'rally the troops' video, the referenced clip was produced with a $50,000 budget and shown to an international sales force at a 1984 meeting in Hawaii. The film, entitled "1944," was purportedly provided by one-time Apple employee Craig Elliott, now CEO of Pertino Networks. The vintage footage shows then-CEO Steve Jobs as Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and the nine minute film drags on to show Apple-clad soldiers lining up to do battle with IBM -- a massive, massive rival in the space during that era.
The full watch can be found in the source link below (embedding was disabled), and again, this will absolutely freak you out. Comments. Camera shootout: Nokia 808 PureView vs Apple iPhone 4S (pictures) Sony NEX-6 spotted in the wild, electronic viewfinder and mode dial in tow. We've had furtive glances of Sony's upcoming NEX-6 before, but only in the very clinical space of a government test lab.
Apparently, no mere agency can confine it: photography workshop director Vincent Kang has posted a photo of the pre-release mirrorless camera on Weibo for all to see. Sony announces 16.1MP NEX-5R with Fast Hybrid AF, WiFi and downloadable apps (hands-on video) New Sony NEX-5R Camera Delivers Professional Imaging Power and Wi-Fi® Convenience in Lightweight, Stylish Package New Compact System Camera Introduces Fast Hybrid AF and Downloadable PlayMemories Camera Apps™ SAN DIEGO, August 29, 2012 – Combining a stylish, lightweight design and the freedom of interchangeable lenses with large-sensor image quality, speedy AF and the introduction of Wi-Fi capability, the new Sony α NEX-5R compact system camera offers all the benefits of DSLR-style imaging in a more convenient, portable package with added connectivity.
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