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Henrik V Blunck

Considering an iMac

I must admit I am falling in love with the idea of the 27″ iMac. A couple of years ago I saw one of these lovely machines down at our friend’s house in France. My main concern was power usage. I had long ago converted all computers into laptops/notebooks thinking that this would be ideal […]

New Products All the Time

Apple has indeed been a very innovative company. Their iPod Touch now has a camera, their iPhone was recently updated with even better functionality, and the iPad didn’t get old before the iPad 2 came on the scene. Innovation is expensive, and the question is whether it’s always a good idea to introduce new products […]

Big Businesses – Dangers in Becoming Too Big

Big businesses are often vulnerable. Once they become big businesses, something strange tends to happen. We saw it with Big Blue (IBM), we’ve seen it with Microsoft, and probably we are also seeing the trend entering the Apple business. The distance between clients and corporate leadership becomes too big.

Apple Warranty Not Okay in Denmark

As I have recounted before, Apple warranties of one year in Denmark are NOT okay. There is a legal requirement to provide two years of warranty to even call it a warranty.

Apple Products Rock!

There is no doubt about the fact that Apple products rock. A few days ago I became the lucky owner of an iPod Touch when a colleague of mine got his brand-new iPhone 3GS. As all blog readers know, I am an avid fan of Apple products, and as I get to know their various […]

Wondering What To Do With an Apple Classic?

Have you been wondering what you could do with an old Apple Classic you put down in your basement many years ago?

Apple Has a Customer Service Problem Indeed

Apple has a customer service problem indeed. We have had our share of problems in getting Apple to recognize the problem with the front of one MacBook 13″ – as recounted here previously. You can read about it in the article Limited Warranties.

Limited Warranties

“Limited Warranties” seem to be the signal sent by certain Apple resellers. In this country an article was recently released that indicated that topcases could be replaced even after the warranties had expired because Apple recognized a problem with their case designs on 13″ models.

Apple Moves Ahead

Apple moves ahead with lots of new products at this time. Clearly the possibility to pause your radio program using the iPod Nano will be VERY useful indeed for those of us who do enjoy the radio. Quite a few have moved over to television, but I still believe radio is useful when you’re out […]

MacOS vs. Windows 7 — Good Analysis

Although it was released a month ago, the article entitled “OS X Snow Leopard vs. Windows 7: The Final Countdown” was a very interesting article which for once was fair to BOTH operating systems.