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June 4, 2007

Pacific Catch, The SF Restaurant In The iPhone Ad

by Gizmodo

After watching the iPhone Calamari ad, I found myself starving for seafood.

Steve Jobs/Bill Gates D5 Interview Available In iTunes

by Scott McNulty, The Unofficial Apple Weblog

Why Are Macs So Expensive In Australia?

by Duncan Riley

iTunes Pluses And Minuses?

by Wes Phillips, Stereophile

Not Feeling It...

by Heng-Cheong Leong, MyAppleMenu

Well, I'm not feeling the excitment here in Singapore. The iPhone will not be available, according to Apple, any time this year. In fact, Apple has not even promised anything anytime. Asia — that can mean anything.

(And, to bring out my rants again — we are still waiting for iTunes Store and iPhoto photo book printing down here, letalone anything new and modern.)

Hopefully, the "true" wide-screen iPod will be hitting our shores soon. I need a target in order to save money. :-)

The UK's Consolation Prize: New Mac Ads

by Thomas Gagnon-van Leeuwen, MacUser

Two additional commercials, still featurning the ever-so-funny Mac and PC duo, popped up on Apple's UK Get a Mac page.

iPhone TV Ads

by John Gruber, Daring Fireball

No other cell phone is advertised by showing off the user interface.

See Also:

Apple's "iPhone Ad Slip Up" Reveals "Mystery App", by Macenstein. Apparently some mystery app has pushed the icons down 1 slot, but we cannot see what it is.

The Three New Apple iPhone Ads Teasing Us With The June 29Th Release Date

by Gizmodo

With The iPhone, Steven Jobs Casts A Spell On The American Consumer

by John Markoff, Internationa Herald Tribune

The anticipation, which is intense even by Jobsian standards, has led to some quiet behind-the-scenes anxiety at Apple.

By Heng-Cheong Leong