I am surrounded by Apple products daily; an iMac, an iPad 2 and an iPhone. I use the iPad 2 the most and have grown to appreciate it’s benefits when compared to a traditional laptop or desktop computer. One of the things that gets to me though is the inability for the system to properly […]
Looks like Apple is cranking up the innovation engine again, so soon after the debut of the Apple iPhone 5 on Tuesday September 11th 2012 as covered in Kelroy’s article iPhone 5 Announced – Slimmer, Taller and Faster. After the successful launch of the Apple iPhone 5, it went on sale on Friday September 21 […]
I have been an arch critic of Steve Jobs and Apple on a whole, this stance was in it’s own right a byproduct of my former loyalty to Nokia and Symbian. Steve Jobs and Apple in my late admission, have been the force behind, both directly and indirectly, the destruction of Nokia and Symbian’s market […]
An era has ended with the resignation of Apple CEO Steven Paul Jobs. Tim Cook, the Vice President, is now the CEO, with Steve Jobs stepping into the background as Chairman of the Apple Board much as had occurred when Bill Gates stepped down as Microsoft CEO and became Microsoft Chairman. His fourteen (14) years reign […]
Monster Hunter is a very popular series by Capcom that debuted on the Playstation 2 in 2002. It has undergone various subtle changes over the years in various incarnations but the basic premise is that it has players exploring a fantasy world, completing quests, hunting and capturing monsters of all shapes and sizes. There has been Monster […]
In a previous article entitled Prediction: The iPod Nano Watch – Time has a New Standard, I unintentionally exposed myself. Very badly too, as an Apple-philic friend of mine who follows the Geezam Blog pointed out. This individual is not just a user of Apple’s products; she has built a shrine to Apple CEO Steve […]
The refresh of Apple products back in September 2010 when it rolled out the US$999 Apple Macbook Air as well as updates to the Apple iPod Touch, Apple iPod Shuffle, and the Apple iTV. However, one of the more curious refreshes ever was that achieved by the Apple iPod Nano, which after the September Press Event, made many wonder if it was in fact a NEW product. After all, it is called the “Nano” because it is small, but the degree by which it shrank was incredible – and annoying.
Annoying you say? Indeed so, as its new dimensions have made using the touch screen interface a chore for those of us with large clubbed hands and chubby fingers. Then again, after all, that’s why it is called the Nano. It’s the affordable, ultra-small and cheaper version of the Apple iPod. Can’t afford an Apple iPod? Buy a Nano! Can’t afford that? Buy an Apple iPod Shuffle? Thankfully, that [Apple iPod Shuffle] did not get any smaller and in fact, got back its wheel. Neato!
Three-time Olympic gold medalist and triple world record holder Usain Bolt now has his own limited edition Apple iPod Touch. The “Usain Bolt Gold iPod” is embellished in 24ct. hardened gold and all of the 500 units that will be produced comes complete with a lifetime warranty against scratching or fading.
The iPod Touch will feature Usain’s signature and his famous pose engraved on the back of the device and this sporting memorabilia is an ideal acquisition or gift for the collector and sporting enthusiast of Usain Bolt’s historic achievements to date. Read more about Usain Bolt Gold iPod Touch …