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Lo he visto en la web de Apple y, de pronto, ha venido a mi mente la canción que compuso el usuario Sie7e para estas ocasiones.

Decimo aniversario de la canción: El Apple Store está cerrado... (descargable desde aqui)

 

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Para añadir cuatro fotos a los iPod están tardando en reabrir :D

Gracias!!

Es un tema maravilloso que refleja a la perfección lo que vivíamos los maqueros en aquella época. Por favor, quien no lo haya escuchado aún, que lo descargue inmediatamente.

 

Saludos!

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Esto ya no es cosa de las RRSS.

 

Como ha dicho Exeo, la canción es el reflejo de como se vivía la posible aparición de nuevos productos.

 

¿Qué ha pasado?

 

¿Apple ha perdido su capacidad de seducción?

 

¿Tienen tantas ventas y los números les van tan bien que ya no necesitan crear la expectativa y la magia?

 

¿Los medios están tan encima de ellos que ya no se presenta nada sin que no lo sepa hasta el ultimo mono de la selva más remota del planeta?

 

¿Con Jobs esto no pasaba :P :D?

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  • 4 weeks later...

Apple mezcla la web principal y la web de la store ¿no habrá más store cerrada? Apple Merges Apple.com Website and Online Store

 

 

Apple made a significant change to its online presence today, merging its Apple.com website with its once-separate online store, to create one main website. There is no longer a standalone store.apple.com website that is used for making purchases, and the "Store" tab that was once at the top of Apple.com has been removed.

 

Instead, there's a universal shopping bag icon that displays products in the shopping cart, past order information, account details, and favorites. Purchasing an item is now done by clicking the "Buy" button on each individual product page, which links to the same purchasing menus that were present in the online store.

 

Apple's main site includes direct links to Mac, iPad, iPhone, Watch, Music, and Support. Despite the major integration, Apple's main site is largely unchanged, as are the product pages. Locating accessories is somewhat more difficult, however, with the removal of the central store site and the lack of dedicated store sections. Accessing accessories is largely done by visiting the main product sections and clicking on banners like "Accessories for Apple Watch" and "Accessories for iPhone."

 

Apple's integrated online store streamlines the shopping experience. Instead of viewing information about a product on the main site and then having to click over to the store, everything is now done in the same place.

 

In a statement given to TechCrunch, an Apple spokesperson said the change was done in an effort to create a simpler site for customers to learn about and shop for products.

 

"We redesigned Apple.com knowing that our customers want to explore, research and shop in one place," said an Apple spokesperson in a statement. "The new Apple.com takes the very best of our existing site and our online store to give customers one simple destination to learn and buy without navigating between two different sites. We've also improved several of the site's features to make shopping easier than ever for our customers."

 

The changes to the Apple.com site were made this afternoon and are live in the United States and several additional countries.

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Han añadido la "bolsa" :excl:

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