As has become a tradition on the day of an Apple media event, the Apple Store is currently offline as we await the debut of the iPad mini. We may also be seeing new iMacs, Mac minis and the introduction of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, so be prepared for a lot of new items.
In one of the most baffling things about Apple, we will never understand why in 2012 it feels it has to take its online store completely offline during a media event. Is it to build up even more anticipation? Is it truly a technical issue? Who knows. What we do know is, it has happened, and the iPad mini is sure to be there when it comes back up after the event.
New owners of the Olympic’s official smartphone that missed out on Samsung’s initial ticket giveawaystill have a chance to catch plenty of the action live. Eurosport has announced that it’ll be offering a free month of access to its streaming app for Galaxy S III owners — as long as you’re a resident in one of the participating European countries. (Hint: it’s most of ’em, aside from Italy). Free access can be activated from July 14th and will last through August 12th. You can, however, grab the Eurosport app before the Olympics kick off by hitting the source below.
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