Mix: Apple.com, Keynote, Hockney, South Africa


Following yesterday’s Keynote address at WWDC, Apple unveiled a newley redesigned, simplified Apple.com. The new site trims the main navigation options to six: “Store,” “Mac,” “iPod+iTunes,” “iPhone,” “Downloads,” and “Support.”

Apple has posted the complete video of Steve Jobs’ Keynote from WWDC 2007 online.

British artist David Hockney commented that the iPod age is creating people who use their ears more than their eyes. “I think we’re not in a very visual age. You notice that on the buses. People plug in their ears and don’t look much.” He also stated that it was “producing badly dressed people.”

A clever iPod advertising campaign staged in South African movie theaters featured miniature boxes of popcorn with the slogan “iPod: Movies in your pocket,” as well as tiny movie posters. [via TUAW]

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Charles Starrett

Charles Starrett was a senior editor at iLounge. He's been covering the iPod, iPhone, and iPad since their inception. He has written numerous articles and reviews, and his work has been featured in multiple publications.