Sunday, 16 December 2007

First Post

I've been a Mac fan for many years. The first Mac I ever used was a Mac IIfx, running System 6, back in 1991, when I was still at college. I've been obsessed with Apple computers ever since - to an unhealthy degree, my friends may tell you. I spend way too much time reading about Apple, thinking about Apple, speculating about Apple... and over the years, I think I've got pretty good at anticipating what Apple is going to do next.

In 2005, I made some predictions about Apple's next iPod. My predictions page got linked to from several sites, including Engadget and Mac Rumors, and I was surprised by how much interest it generated. As it turns out, I got a fair amount right - the 2005 iPod did indeed follow the design style of the recently launched iPod nano. Sure, I got other bits wrong, but hey...

In June this year, before WWDC, I produced a mockup of what I anticipated the new Finder in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard would look like. The visual was almost exactly correct. Not only did it feature Coverflow, but even the document previews - from Apple's Pages application, were the same ones used to demo the feature on Apple's website.

So, just for fun, I've decided to start posting my predictions in this blog. I have lots of thoughts on what January's MacWorld keynote will bring, and I'll be posting them here over the next couple of weeks...


  1. Hey Graham,

    Your links in this entry don't work anymore. Actually, I'm quite curious to see what you did back then. Can you help me out? Thanks.



  2. Hi Chris,

    Thanks for your interest, and for pointing out the broken links. I've fixed them now.