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Apple makes modest changes to website design

Apple overnight made some modest changes to its website design. As noted by Mac Rumors, the new design sports a dark navigation bar, a slight pattern to the background at the top of the homepage, and new pop- and slide-in animations for its product pages, including the main Mac and iPod pages. Interestingly, the report notes that several reports from last night—when the online Apple Store were down due to the design change—suggested that the outage was due to the addition of the white iPhone 4 to the store, which turned out not to be the case.

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