Apple publishes 2012 Holiday Gift Guide

Apple publishes 2012 Holiday Gift Guide
Apple has just released its 2012 Holiday Gift Guide, made to show and promote its latest iPad mini, iPhone 5, fourth-generation and its basically fully renovated lineup. Along with it, you can discover some fun accessories for each of the products.

Some of the cool things you can buy alongside the newest iDevices are things like the iOS-ready Fender Squire Stratocaster guitar that plays nice with GarageBand, a selection of RC-controlled mini cars and helicopters, and fitness trackers like the Nike+ FuelBand wristband and the FitBit.

While it gives you a good idea of what iOS devices you can buy, we'd also recommend you check out our own 2012 Holiday Gift Guide where we have only the best gadgets on each carrier and international.

source: Apple Store Holiday Gift Guide



1. android_hitman unregistered

this is so cute :D

2. Ravail

Posts: 182; Member since: Oct 14, 2011

Lol i know

3. -box-

Posts: 3991; Member since: Jan 04, 2012

Wish I could post pictures. The cartoonish one of the blonde yelling "BUY ALL THE THINGS!" comes to mind. That said, why bother with something like this? Here's their actual gift guide: "Buy all of our overpriced, overhyped, underwhelming, boring stuff, as it's marginally better than what we offered 2 years ago, which was marginal improvements and expanded applications of what we had 3 years prior. Happy appledays!"

4. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

I hate Apple, but the only things I like are their MacBook Pros... Still expensive no matter what you get.

5. darkkjedii

Posts: 31293; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

An iPad mini is on my Xmas list for my kid, other than that I'm good.

6. Valdomero

Posts: 697; Member since: Nov 13, 2012

I think Apple, despite their greedy and evil plan to make everyone pay for their iStuff, make adequate products for people who are not interested in learning how to tweak their devices and/or like to brag, these devices are like a plug & play USB device, in this case would be pay & play device. It's nice to see how my mom, although not tech savy, uses my iPad (which was a gift btw, I would never buy an iDevice for myself) to play, watch youtube videos, surf the web and stuff like that with ease on the first try. The learning curve would've been a little more steep with an Android device, I'm not saying Android aint easy to use, It's awesome (I own a GS2) and it has more than I could ask for, but people who are not interested in learning the tweaks and workarounds of the Os, is not that appealing to own such devices. Nevertheless, every device and their respective OS are unique in their way, and people choose these depending on their taste. Personally, I would not buy an iDevice for myself, but I would buy one for my beloved ones. peace.

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