On May 18, 2006, a press showcase gave the world its first glimpse of the swanky new Apple store on Fifth Avenue in New York City. (via Cult of Mac

On May 18, 2006, a press showcase gave the world its first glimpse of the swanky new Apple store on Fifth Avenue in New York City.

(via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

original link


You may also be interested in this

Best early Prime Day 2023…

Macworld Amazon’s annual Prime Day sale in July is an excellent opportunity to save money on Apple devices. For two days every year, you’ll find tons of deals including savings

Mac mini comparison: What…

Apple debuted its latest Mac mini powered by the M2 or new M2 Pro custom silicon in early 2023. Along with more powerful CPUs and GPUs, the new Mac mini machines support

Apple Vision Diary: This …

Yeah, it is somewhat crazy to start an Apple Vision Diary when the first-gen model isn’t set to go on sale until next year, and I currently don’t expect to

Get a free McChicken with…

Earlier this spring we saw Apple and McDonald’s team up to offer free McNuggets with an Apple Pay promo. Now the pair are back this time with a slight tweak

5 reasons to ignore Apple…

There is good news buried in the financial results and Apple's conference call with investors on Thursday, despite a revenue drop last quarter. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and

Audio-Technica improves o…

Upgrades to the new AT2020USB-XP Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone bring studio-quality features to help you sound like a pro. (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple

My iOS 17 wish list: Face…

I do realize that it is far too late in the year to make a wish list that might get any traction re: things I’d like to see Apple implement

Apple TV+ unveils all-new…

Apple TV+ today announced a kids and family summer slate stacked with all-new Peanuts programming, alongside beloved and acclaimed returning series. The new original Peanuts content coming to Apple TV+
X

A whimsical homage to the days in black and white, celebrating the magic of Mac OS. Dress up your blog with retro, chunky-grade pixellated graphics to evoke some serious computer nostalgia. Supports a custom menu, custom header image, custom background, two footer widget areas, and a full-width page template. I updated Stuart Brown's 2011 masterpiece to meet the needs of the times, made it responsive , got dark mode, custom search widget and more.You can download it from tigaman.com, where you can also find more useful code snippets and plugins to get even more out of wordpress.