• Apple Integrates Online Store With Main Web Site, Adds Back to School Sale

    On Thursday, Apple made a significant change to its online Web site, integrating the main Web page with the Apple Store Web page and creating a unified experience at the Apple Web site.

    These kinds of changes mean that those shopping for products online will be able to keep track of the items they're buying right from the main page without being redirected to the Store part of the company's Web site anymore. Best of all, this simplifies the shopping experience and speeds things up a bit. Minor tweaks across the Web site can be pointed out that change the way some things look.

    In addition to this big change, Apple has also kicked off its 'Back to School' sale online, which has been available only in stores since the end of July. This means that students wanting to buy a Mac or iOS device for school can take advantage of some nice discounts that will make these machines and devices more affordable in the long run. Depending on what you're buying, you can save up to $200 on a new Mac.

    To check out the new integrated Apple Store and Apple Web site experience, you can head over to this link and check out Apple's product lineup and new Web site features. You can also go over to this link to learn more about the Back to School sale prices.

    Source: Apple
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple Integrtaes Online Store With Main Web Site, Adds Back to School Sale started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
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