70% satisfaction, Prague’s Apple museum, audio files, Bundlehunt, market, Filemaker app SDK, Profile Manager,

Prague has just opened an Apple Museum
Prague has just opened an Apple Museum

Apple gets a 70% satisfaction rating in IT client relationship study — According to the “Product and Relationship Satisfaction of IT Clients, 2016” from the Temkin Group, a customer experience research, consulting, and training firm, Apple has a 70% satisfaction rating

Apple fanboys and fangirls, behold! A new Apple Museum that just opened in Prague. Billed as a “unique exhibition of Apple products, 1976 – 2012,” this private museum features all your favorite Apple gadgets, from the Apple I to the first iPhone, plus vintage artifacts and memorabilia — even a black turtleneck similar to the one Steve Jobs always wore. In US dollars, admission into the Apple Museum costs about $12.

Everything you need to know about digital audio files — Don’t know the difference between lossy and lossless? What’s the deal with bit rates? Macworld explains.

Choose any ten Mac apps for US$19.99 — Softobe has launched this bundle idea for Mac users. In NZ dollars, that’s about $30, so just $3 per app, with 31 apps to make your selection from.

Apple now has 12.7% of the US computer market and 7.5% of the global computer market — Apple continues to buck the trend of an eroding consumer PC market, and has leveraged the consumer-heavy holiday season to retake third place with a 12.7% share of the US personal computer market, according to the latest data from the IDC research group. The Mac has gained market share for 35 out of the last 36 quarters. MacObserver comments on this too.

FileMaker launches SDK for building native iOS apps — Apple subsidiary FileMaker on Tuesday announced the FileMaker iOS App SDK, a set of coding tools that offer developers the means to build native iPhone and iPad apps.

A primer in Profile Manager —Set up and manage devices using OS X Server’s Profile Manager service.

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