As I-Pads raid the world of technology, the ongoing quest to find the fabulous case to hold our gadgetry becomes a new problem in our lives. Enter Allibelle. We absolutely fell in LOVE with these I-Pad cases for Spring with their trendy colors and leather detailing! Better yet the zipper closure ensures that we keep our gadgets safe while not bringing on the nerdy element.
As the world grieves the death of the technology revolutionary Steve Jobs, Atrium fills you in on our favorite moments of his career.
1. Buh bye disc-man.
Mixed Cd’s became so yesterday, as Jobs gave us the power to hold all our music libraries compactly in our own pocket. Remember these commercials?
2. It’s all about the music.
Steve always said that it was “always about the music”. Although the i-pod did revolutionize the way that we listen to music, i-Tunes was really a much bigger accomplishment. By creating a legal outlet to sell music online Jobs ultimately saved the music industry, giving artists the ability to expand their audience while also destroying the illegal download sites such as Napster and Kazaa. In it’s first week it sold 1 million songs, in it’s first year more than 50 million – now that’s an economy saving idea.
3. “Every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything”.
Who would have known that these wise words stated before revealing the first Apple i-phone in 2007 would actually change the way we use technology. In just 5 years we have been exposed to the world of apps, face to face communication and wireless syncing capability.
4. The Apple Atmosphere.
Anyone who has been in an Apple store knows that it isn’t like visiting any other electronic retailer. In addition to the fact that each store location was designed as an architects dream, Jobs created an engaging atmosphere that kept stores always slammed with new customers. With the ability to test and play with every Apple gadget on the market, Apple was able to create a technologic playground that still increased sales.
One thing that has always differentiated Apple from every other competitor? It’s simplicity. Jobs knew what the consumer understood and needed in regards to purchasing decisions making him constantly refine his products to the simplest form. He saw that consumers would rather purchase an i-pad 2 than an i-pad 3600LC – because at the end of the day simple is better.