Apple Announces New Apple Book
Responding to complaints about the new MacBook Pro line, Apple has announced a new product that features unlimited battery life, a higher-resolution display than any other Apple product, and silver gilding. Even better is its price: only $199 for the small version and $299 for the large. Unfortunately, it performs just one function: showing off current and previous Apple products.
That’s right, “Designed by Apple in California” is an actual book that chronicles 20 years of Apple’s design work through 450 photographs of Apple gear, from the iMac to the Apple Pencil. It also documents the materials and techniques used by Apple’s design team. To justify the eye-watering price, Apple says the linen-bound hardcover volume is “printed on specially milled, custom-dyed paper with gilded matte silver edges, using eight color separations and low-ghost ink.” No mention was made about upgrades.
This link has photos of this new Apple product.
It's great that they've improved on battery life but I bet, like their other products these days, it doesn't come with a manual.
Does it have more than one connection port? Is it backward-compatible with earlier Apple Book iterations? And most importantly, will my getting-tired eyes be able to make out the text or will I need Assistive Technology to read it to me?
I recommend a magnifying glass.
Oh good. I hate ghosty ink. ?