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Entries in iphone (33)

Monday
Dec202010

The History of Appleā€™s iPod: An Infographic

 

From DigitalSurgeons comes The History of Apple’s iPod, an infographic timeline.  This one has been sitting in my submissions inbox for months, and I’m only now getting around to posing it (sorry guys).

I specifically like the multiple levels of information included.  Of course you can see images of the iPods that were released every year, but surrounding that is some of the information that was shared by Apple about the iTunes business, how many iPods were sold, how many songs were sold, when new services were offered (like HD video) and more recently things like apps and Ping.

Nice job guys!

Monday
Aug232010

Google Maps for Mobile timeline

Last week, Vic Gundotra, Vice President of Engineering ay Google, posted the Google Maps for Mobile timeline on the Google Mobile Blog as part of his post on the history of Google Maps for Mobile Devices.

Thursday
Jul292010

Apple iPhone Statistics 2010 infographic video

The Apple iPhone Statistics 2010 infographic video by Creative Licence Digital (an iPhone app development firm) takes a look at the numbers behind the iPhone phenomenon.

I pose this question to my readers: Is this infographics?  I think it walks a fine line between being artistic and infographic.  While a lot of numbers are shown and communicated to the viewers, they aren’t represented in any graphic form, just text.  What do you think?

Thanks to Darren for sending in the link.

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