Where does Apple get its money?


Where does Apple’s money come from? Where is it most profitable? Unsurprisingly, iPhones. But the company also gets some money from Macs and iPads and other products.

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Via Business Insider

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The iPad Conference Table


DuPont, which is known for its designer furniture made of Corian fiber, has created a conference table with a futuristic design, integrated with technology for using iPads. With 16 docking stations which help in securing the iPad and preventing the theft of the same, this conference table comes in a variety of shapes and colors depending upon the requirement of the customer. 

Whether it is a video conference or a congregation where one may need to display a presentation to a large audience, the Multi Table is the perfect option to choose from among hi-end conference tables. With its accompanying chairs, it fits very well in office environments which have a modern décor to create a situation where the world could be bought under one roof and the flexibility to multi-task without using too many gadgets.

Getting songs off of your iPod


Christopher Null, the Working Guy at Yahoo! Tech offers up the following tip on how to get your music off of your iPod.

First, download EphPod here. Install it and run. Select the drive that corresponds to your iPod, then double-click “Songs” when the main screen comes up. This will bring up a familiar list of all music on the iPod. Select all the music, then right-click and select Copy Songs to Directory. Drop them wherever you’d like on your PC.

Note that EphPod may not work with all iPod hardware, but I gave it a spin today and had no trouble with it. It does not currently appear to work with videos or podcasts, only music. EphPod will transfer about 2,000 songs an hour.

There are other methods but none are as easy as EphPod. Cnet offers a tutorial on how to do it within Windows, sans extra software, here. The good news: That method will probably work with videos as well.

Alternate options include Music Rescue (10 British pounds) and CopyTrans ($49.60 for all functionality), but either of the first two options I mentioned ought to work for most people.

(Via Yahoo! Tech)

Apple iPod Shuffle goes color!


Not one to let Microsoft have its Windows Vista and 2007 Microsoft Office System launch without some buzz of their own, Apple announced new colors available on their iPod Shuffle. The iPod shuffle is now available in pink, green, blue, orange and the original silver without a price increase; it still costs $79.

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(Via Gizmodo)

iPhone: Get it now, for free!


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Excited about Apple’s MacWorld annoucement of the iPhone?

Although it won’t be available in the United States until this summer, you can get one now, for free!

Sounds too good to be true, right?  Well, (it partially is) you can get it now, just “print, cut and fold!” Ta-dah!  Your own non-working iPhone.  Perhaps this will calm your iPhone cravings, at least for now.

(Via TechCrunch)

Top 10 Strangest iPod Accessories



There’s no doubt that the iPod is a phenomenon. This clever mp3 player/portable hard drive is certainly Apple’s darling (and cash cow.) Most people know what the iPod is and many owners want to accessorize their little iPods, making their music a better and more (necessary) integrated part of the modern lifestyle.

While there are many iPod accessories out there (some might even say too many) the guys at TechEBlog have taken the time to point out the top 10 strangest ones out there. Check out the list and see if you agree.

(via Gizmodo)