"The Press Box" Archives (from PowerBook Central) | MacPrices


Searching for a bit of nostalgia for the days of Apple under its late co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs (e.g., the iPod and Mac laptops made out of polycarbonate material featuring PowerPC G4 chips)? Well, you've certainly come to the right place! On this archived index page is where you'll find all of the stories that were written by the author of the "Mac Potpourri" column when he served as a columnist for PowerBook Central, the sister site of MacPrices (established in 1997, closed down in 2015, and merged with this website in 2018). Articles have been grouped by its category (or subcategory) and are organized by year, sorted in ascending order with the oldest content at the top of each section. (Note that only articles that were published in "The Press Box" from 2006 to 2009 are listed on this page).

Looking for the latest reads? Please visit the "Mac Potpourri" home page on MacPrices.

— For archived content in the column on MacPrices, go to: The "Mac Potpourri" Archives | 2018 to 2020



Special Reports

Macworld Expo 2007: iPhone


(Apple unveils a new 3-in-1 device… "are you getting it yet?")

iPhone Release Day At Apple Store San Francisco


(Apple's revolutionary smartphone finally hits its retail store shelves on June 29, 2007)

Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard" Release Day At Apple Store San Francisco


A look at the launch of the fifth major release of Apple's desktop operating system on October 26, 2007)

Macworld Expo 2008: MacBook Air


("There's something in the air…" featuring the debut of Apple's thinnest and lightest notebook ever)

Macworld Expo 2009: iLife '09


(Featuring the end of an era for Apple with a final keynote address and product announcement at the event)


News

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Features

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Opinion

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Commentary

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Mailbox (Reader's e-mails)

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