Like every other retailer getting ready for the Holiday season this year, Apple, on the back of the biggest Quarter in Apple history, which saw their stock jump almost 10 dollars in one day, announced a few new products into the pipeline yesterday. Let me just share a couple thoughts on these and then we'll move on to more interesting things.
1. New iMac's with 21.5" and 27" displays. While I don't have an iMac, my parents do, and I think it's a great platform. All that in a 27" form factor is nice.
2. Magic Mouse, the "world's first multitouch mouse". Apple did away with the trackball, made the mouse a bit more rectangular (rather than the oval shape of the mighty mouse), got rid of the side buttons, and put multitouch gestures on the mouse. Two finger swipe, scrolling in 360 degrees with just a finger. Similar to the trackpad on the laptops. Pretty cool I guess.
3. Updated White Macbook. Made it LED display, locked the battery in, made it "rounder". (Even though that's not a word). Now it looks like a true UFO.
4. Updated Mac Mini, even a version with two 500GB Harddrives and Snow Leopard Server. (This is interesting here!)
Overall, underwhelming, I mean, from the 10,000 foot view, a couple of updates and a new mouse. Of course I don't know what we expect Apple to come out with now-a-days. Maybe we expect more from a company that invented the iPod and the iPhone. I think the Mouse is cool, but the big one for me was the Mac Mini update.
Putting Snow Leopard server on it, as kind of a "home" server type of appliance, that's an interesting play, and I'd like to see what they are going to do with that technology being in the home.
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