In 2004, Leander Kahney, then editor of Wired, published The Cult of Mac, which included close ties from Apple fans, collectors and others, and Apple and Mac. A few years later, Carney re-launched The Cult of the iPod, and now the second edition of The Cult of Mac is available.
The first edition of The Cult of Mac (left) The Cult of Mac (right)
As we approach 2020, With the help of David Pierini, editor of the independent website The Cult of Mac, Carney has launched a second edition of The Cult of Mac. Not the first edition of the revision and update, this is another book about Apple’s loyal fans, although also reviewed some of the same themes, but introduced new content, and shared some of the Apple fans anecdotes.
The second edition of The Cult of Mac looks very similar to Apple’s iconic MacBook, printing small black dots on four corners of the back cover to look like the back of the MacBook Pro. And the cover is a “Cult of Mac” designed in the shape of Apple LOGO, and the front page will display “Screen” and “Keyboard” when opened.
The book itself is easy to read and is divided into many chapters and chapters, which contain a large number of photographs and artistic design elements. The book is about 200 pages long, and I’ve only spent a few hours reading it because of the emphasis on visual effects rather than words, but the layout makes it easy for people to pick up the book and read a few pages here and there.
The book includes Apple loyalists from around the world, including the lavish version of the “iPhone” in Germany, Russia and Ukraine, as well as Middle Eastern users who should carry multiple iPhones for work and personal use in exceptional circumstances.
Cult of Mac, Second Edition, which will go on sale on December 17, can now be booked on Amazon for $39.95 in hardcover, or if you don’t need a physical book, you can book a Kindle or Apple Books for $23.99.