You Can Check Out The Apple Book In This Video Walkthrough

Posted: Nov 22 2016, 11:20am CST | by , Updated: Nov 22 2016, 3:31pm CST, in News | Apple

 

You Can Check Out the Apple Book In This Video Walkthrough
 

Don't want to spend $200/300 dollars on a book? Watch this video.

You will be delighted to know that you can have a look at all the pages of ‘Designed by Apple in California’ Book without even buying the book. This is possible through a video walk through. The book ‘Designed by Apple in California’ is a subject of great interest to those who are gadget lovers especially for the Apple fans.

The book shows how the Apple products have evolved over the years. This is certainly a treat for tech gadget lovers. The book also happens to pique interest in those who happen to love beautifully manufactured books. The book has essentially been created as a tribute to the company’s former CEO and co-founder Steve Jobs.

The book will be available in two sizes and will show page by page the evolution of the company’s iconic gadgets over the past twenty years. If you are a Steve Job fan as well as book lover this Andrew Zuckerman book is certainly your cup of tea. The book costs $199/299. Those of you who can’t afford it do not have to feel low. You can still get a hike of the magic via the new video.

To be honest the video will not cover up for the real book but still it does manage to do a good job. The video might actually convince you to buy the original book. The video does not just simply show you the pages of the book right in the beginning. Instead the video focuses on investigating the quality of the book’s production.

In the video you will see an analysis of how thick and robust the pages are, how the edge-to-edge technique makes the pages look amazing and so on. The video also makes note of the high-quality linen cover which gives you an embossed Apple logo experience. When the video does reach the book itself it introduces to the pages dedicated to Steve Jobs and Jony Ive.

You then see the iMac greeting you upfront. The initial pages give you a flavor of the 90s and the book progresses as you go on. You will also see some forgotten Apple products such as the iBook and Cinema Display. You should check out the video for yourself to see what the 300 pages behold and if the book is really worth a purchase.

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