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Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by Bozola, Jun 11, 2007.
I didn't see anything new afterwards..
Look again...its all completely changed...different toolbars, buttons etc...
the whole new look/interface of the site perhaps?
They revamped the look of it...for one thing, it's a wider page now.
Compare the new US store to the UK store, which retains the old look for now.
Well... ok.. Diet Pepsi has a new look too.. but it's the same old Diet Pepsi.
How do you expect them to totally change the layout without taking it offline?
I think she/he was expecting new product.
To be fair, I understand why your expectations were such - after all they revamped the entire Apple site, but only the Apple Store was down.
It's a bluff.
When the announce new products the store goes down. If the store DIDN'T go down, my first thought would have been "no new toys to buy "
But since they did what they did ... there was some anticipation of some slick new toy.
It's not THAT hard. The main site didn't go offline.... and yes I was expecting a new product...
To build hype and keep you thinking there will be something new.
And is Pepsi changing the price? No, it works the same, but looks nice. Same idea with the new Apple site. Heck it might even work better, so you can find information faster...but its all the same stuff(minus updates for leopard)
yes, weren't we all.........oh well
I expected something new and at about 2:00 EST when Steve was still on the new Leopard features, I was in a Mac store following the live feed here on MacRumors. A person next to me was buying a laptop and the associate said that the person should wait. He said that a new product was going to be released and that a truck would probably pull up sooner or later with the new product. The customer ended up waiting. At that point I was like OMG something MUST be coming. Then nothing but a new layout which i happen to like a lot. I guess they had to put in the new layout and probably put some Leopard pre-release stuff into the store