No matter how much you scrub, these smudges are never coming off
The picture above will be familiar to any of you who owns an iPad. Unnoticeable when the screen is lit up, but distracting in strong sunlight and disgusting when the screen is off, greasy, filthy finger marks are the worst thing about the iPad.
Except that the picture above is actually a Retina-ready iPad wallpaper, ready for you to download and disgust your friends.
With all the news about OS X Mountain Lion, one can only wonder which felines didn’t make the cut for Apple’s next-gen operating system. Luckily, iPhoneSavior managed to get its hands on exclusively leaked images of all the rejected cats. As you can see, there were several great candidates.
Personally, I would have liked to have seen this great image in every copy of Mountain Lion:
Not all of us on the Cult of Mac staff walk around with an Apple logo shaved into the back of our head. Actually, none of us do because we value our furs too much. However, there are a few hardcore Apple fans out there that represent the cult with pride. Example #1: As pictured above, this fan had not one, but two iconic Apple images shaved into his hair to commemorate Steve – the famous portrait, as well as the silhouette of Steve’s face inside the Apple logo.
He’s one of the most important men in the world – or at least he plays one on TV – but even Stephen Colbert paused to take a few moments yesterday in his show to pay tribute to Steve Jobs passing. Stephen has long been an Apple gadget fan, and in this fitting segment he looks back on the times he has showed off his new toys on the show. Classic Colbert, and another example of the impact of Steve Jobs.
Moving swiftly to take advantage of a rapidly changing debacle – err, situation – Scoopertino reports today that HP has just launched a new CEO Swapper app for the iPad. Using proprietary CEO Seeker™ technology, the app allows desperate HR Departments and Boards of Directors to search for possible CEOs by category and compare results right at your fingertips.
The pranksters at Scoopertino are at it again, with breaking news this week of Apple’s newest dream product, iToke. Getting stoned has never been simpler.
Sporting such features as a USB-powered heating element for instant-on performance, an Apple-sanctioned walled ghanja garden, and iWeed available in 10-packs or by weekly subscription, iToke promises a higher high and munchier munchies.
I’m not sure whether this guy over on the Apple Support forums is genuine, or whether he’s set up this thread purely for fun, but either way it’s hilarious. Having recently purchased an iPad 2, ‘Michael K. W’ is seriously considering returning his device to the Apple store because he cannot get his CDs inside.
We’ve got the fabulous MacBook Air, MacBook, MacBook Book Pro, iMac, Mac Mini, Mac Pro, and now the Mac Faux. The Mac for people who already wasted their money on something else, but don’t want to be left out. It might not look that good, but now you have another idea about how to carry your favorite snack around. I’m sure that notebooks sporting vegetables aren’t far behind.
Well here’s something you don’t see every day. I’m the Computer Man is a bizarre, funny parody of Apple Macintosh tech support services. Shot with a 70s disco flavor and sung in Scatman John style, this is one unique Mac related video. Entertaining, in a cloyingly sweet way.
I’m the Macintosh man with the virus scan Moving your files all across the land Some Photoshop photos and After Dark Get your Microsoft Office, XPress your Quark Millions of colors with a VRAM chip How about a system crash that will make you flip?
A reader comment on YouTube notes that the video was created by the McCann Erickson Agency IT staff back around 1997. I hope they gave these guys some time off…