Apple's online store is currently down awaiting an update which, it's widely believed, will centre on new iMacs based on Intel's second-generation Core i processor platform, aka Sandy Bridge. Rumours to that effect hit the net last week, but with Sandy Bridge-based MacBook Pro notebooks out since March - check out our reviews of …
Have they still not upgraded to a version of the store that can accept dynamic product updates? Sheesh! I think I'd better send them my business card.
It's clever marketing
Creates more impact if you close the store for a while to release new products. Think about it - that's why this article has been written.
So the rumours are false?
That it was actually taken down 'for update' because the PSN attackers turned their attention to it and breached Apple's security too?
I was going to say that.
Although it is good a company will go through and test their store to ensure it looks perfect (Even if they are Apple).
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