This streamlined white space was definitely seems to have been designed with the iBook in mind.
An iPad set into the wall is just another part of the space — but with the ability to control the room's temperature, music, security features and more.
For all of us worried about having all that stuff hanging onto our nicely designed walls comes this clean and simple method to mount an iPad.
An iPad controls the big screen and everything else in the home theater.
Apple's design made it easier to put our workspaces on display. Even the smallest kitchen desk is large enough for the Mac.
Rustic brick walls, warm wood flooring and a comfortable cloth chair all make a counterpoint to the Mac's slick, sleek lines.
Here's the iPod docked in a unique speaker system: High-tech glitz meets log-cabin style.
The children would definitely do their homework in a setting like this. After writing that term paper on the Mac they could play a game of 8-ball to reset.
Unmistakeably iconic and able to hold its own in any "man cave."
Apple's iWork, iLife, iBank, etc. made it easy to keep ourselves organized and know exactly where everything is.
This is like the glass stair at the iconic 5th Avenue Apple Store. Not for the faint of heart.
Here's a fun and colorful way to keep the screen clean. Maybe I can get the kids to do it.
Phone, music system, photo gallery, stock tracker — and an alarm clock that at least will bring a smile to your face.
Little iPod, BIG SPEAKER! "Don't bury the bass," as they say.