If you’ve always been fascinated by the innovative products launched and produced by Apple, then you’ll love to see it’s product road-map from 2008 to 2020. If you haven’t fallen in love with Apple’s products yet, then after seeing the product road-map below, things might change for you!
Apple has finally launched its highly anticipated Apple Water into supermarkets. This revolutionary product was initially named iWater but Steve Jobs’s awesome employees renamed it to Apple Water and launched it when Jobs was, reportedly, on a 14-day sick leave from Apple. Apple Water is available at all leading supermarkets like WALMARTS, SUPERSTORE, COSTCO etc. in Canada & USA as of now but will soon be available all around the world as its demand has seen enormous growth over the past 4 days.
Cities like Mumbai, Singapore, London, Dubai & Sydney etc. witnessed enormous street rallies demanding the product. Check out the description of this highly awaited product below to know exactly why these rallies happened!
Apple introduced iPod, one of its best creations, in 2001 and since then the little Apple gadget has grown more powerful, gained some siblings, and become a household name. The two infographics below, show when & how this all happened.
Ikea and Apple are two very big companies and to build a reputation as theirs, it takes a lot of hard-work. The infographic below explores the two brains behind these two very successful companies and where they got their inspiration. Both Steve Jobs (founder of Apple Inc.) & Ingvar Kamprad (founder of Ikea) have had very different careers, but both achieved world wide acclaim in their respective fields/worlds (design/retail).
Canstruction is US charity of the design and construction industry created by the Society of Design Administration. It holds annual design and build competitions to construct fantastic, giant sized, structures made entirely out of canned food in different cities in US. In each city after the structures are built and the winners are declared, the creations go on view to the general public as giant art exhibits. At the end of the competition all of the food used in the structures is donated to the local food banks for distribution to community emergency feeding programs. Over 2 Million pounds of food was raised in 2010 through these competitions and it was then donated to the local food banks etc.
Canstruction is a fun way to help others.