one to one personal training Apple Store brochure (2007)

This brochure described the Apple Store’s “one to one” personal training services in 2007. The brochure reads:

“There’s no better way to learn more, or learn it faster, than with one-to-one personal training sessions at the Apple Store. Our trainers—experts in all things Apple—create a program customized to your level of experience. You can choose individual sessions covering everything from getting started on a Mac to making more out of your memories. Or explore any topic you like. Personal training sessions are designed to move at your pace and provide the support end guidance you need, whether you are new to Mac or ready to master the latest pro software.”

The lessons included: Getting Started on your Mac, Mac 101, Digital Photography, Moviemaking, Podcasting, Building Your Website, and Present and Publish.

This brochure is stapled and measures 4.25 x 6.5. All spreads are 2 pages, except the last fold-out, 3-page spread.

T-shirt, Hello, I’m a Mac. (blue, white logo, c. 2007)

This t-shirt is royal blue and features the words, “Hello, I’m a Mac.” front and center.

The t-shirt is a reference to an Apple ad campaign that ran from 2006–2009 titled “Get a Mac.” Television commercials and print ads featured two actors, Justin Long as “Mac” and comedian John Hodgman as “PC,” against an all-white background. Wikipedia describes the ads:

“The two…act out a brief vignette, in which the capabilities and attributes of Mac and PC are compared, with PC—characterized as formal and somewhat polite, though uninteresting and overly concerned with work—often being frustrated by the more laid-back Mac’s abilities. The earlier commercials in the campaign involved a general comparison of the two computers, whereas the later ones mainly concerned Windows Vista and Windows 7.”

Each ad uses the same soundtrack, “Having Trouble Sneezing,” by Mark Mothersbaugh. About 80 ads were produced for TV and the web.

The t-shirt tag indicates it is a Hanes Beefy-T brand made from 100% cotton in size 3XL. It was made in El Salvador. The back of the t-shirt features a white Apple logo at the top-center.

I purchased this shirt from the Apple Company Store at 1 Infinite Loop (Cupertino, CA) in approximately 2007.

Source: Wikipedia

Shirt, Apple Distinguished Educator (short-sleeve pique, dark gray, c. 2007)

This short-sleeve, pique shirt is branded as PORT|AUTHORITY SIGNATURE. It is a dark gray pique knit and features a white embroidered Apple logo and the words Distinguished Educator in the upper-left. The back of the shirt includes a white embroidered Apple logo at the top-center.

The tag indicates the shirt was made in Egypt. It is size 2XL.

I was honored to receive this shirt as part of the Apple Distinguished Educator program (Class of 2007).

Apple Developer Connection Select Membership box and DVDs (2007)

The Apple Developer Connection Select Membership box was sent to new members of the Apple Developer program that served as a “welcome kit” to the ADC program. Based on its contents, this membership box was sent in February 2007 (the DVD design features a large 02/07 in red-orange Apple Myriad font). After the box was sent, new content could be downloaded from the Apple Developer website and no new physical media (CDs/DVDs) was necessary.

This Apple Developer Connection box contains a welcome letter, a set of DVD-ROMs (Developer DVD Series—February 2007), and the then-current Mac OS X Leopard Developer Preview DVD.

The welcome letter reads:

Welcome to Apple Developer Connection Select Membership.

This orientation package includes the resources you need to get started-all in a convenient case that can be used to store the Mac OS X releases and monthly Developer DVDs you’ll receive as part of your once-a-year membership.

The enclosed brochure provides an summary of your Select benefits, including:
• Early access to Mac OS X, Xcode Tools, and other Apple technologies
• Two one-on-one discussions with Apple’s developer technical support engineers
• Significant savings on one Apple hardware system for development and testing
• Access to ADC’s state-of-the-art Compatibility Labs up to two times a month

You also get the Leopard Early Start Kit-exclusive, advance access to a complete set of development resources to help you develop applications for the next major release of Mac OS X.

More information on your membership may be found in ADC “Frequently Asked Questions” at Feel free to contact us with specific questions at

Again, welcome to ADC Select Membership. We look forward to helping you develop and market world-class Mac OS X products and solutions.

Apple Developer Connection

The DVD contains the following folders:

  • About this DVD (html-based reference library)
  • What’s New (software updates including Airport Update 2006-002, Security Update 2006-008 PPC, Security Update 2006-008 Universal)
  • ADC Reference Library (html-based library)
  • Development Kits
    • Apple Loops SDK
    • AppleScript SDK
    • Bonjour SDK for Windows
    • CardBus DDK
    • Core Audio SDK
    • DotMac SDK
    • FireWire SDK
    • Image Capture SDK
    • iMovie Plug-in SDK
    • iTunes COM for Windows SDK
    • iTunes Visual Plug-ins SDK
    • Kernel Debug Kit
    • Kernel Debug Kit 10.4.6
    • Kernel Debug Kit 10.4.7
    • Kernel Debug Kit 10.4.8
    • Language Analysis
    • Mac OS X USB Debug Kit
    • Multiprocessing 2.1v2 SDK
    • PCI DDK 1.1.1 Mac OS X
    • Power Manager DDK for Mac OS X
    • QuickTime for Java Windows SDK
    • QuickTime for Windows
    • QuickTime SDK
    • Sherlock Channel SDK
    • Software License Agreements for UDIFs
    • Text Encoding Converter 1.5
    • USB Debug Kits
  • Tools
    • Developer Utilities
    • Localization Tools
    • Networking & Communications
    • QuickTime
    • Testing & Debugging
  • Xcode Tools (Xcode Tools 2.4.1 Release for Mac OS X v10.4 Tiger)

Source: Apple

MacBook Pro 15-inch (Core 2 Duo, 2.4 GHz, 2007)

This MacBook Pro 15-inch laptop shipped with a 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo (Santa Rosa) processor and 2 GB RAM. It contained a 160 GB hard drive and 8X SuperDrive. The display was an LED-backlit 15.4-inch widescreen at 1440×900 resolution that was available in a matte or glossy finish. This example has a glossy display.

The keyboard design used a numeric keypad accessed using the fn (function) key, a feature removed from later models. This MacBook Pro had similar features to previous Core 2 Duo systems, including an ambient light sensor that adjusted keyboard illumination and screen brightness, a scrolling TrackPad, and a MagSafe power connector. It used a built-in iSight video camera at 1.3 megapixels.

Wireless connectivity on this 15-inch MacBook Pro included AirPort Extreme (802.11n) and Bluetooth 2.0. Ports included an ExpressCard/34 slot, Gigabit Ethernet, FireWire 400 and 800 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, optical digital audio in/out (in a single 3.5mm port), and DVI out.

Source: EveryMac

iPod shuffle (Generation 2, light blue, Late 2007)

This Generation 2 iPod shuffle released in Late 2007 was identical to the previous Early 2007 Generation 2 iPod shuffle, except they were available in silver and four new colors: light blue, light green, purple, and Special Edition (PRODUCT) RED. This example is light blue.

The Generation 2 iPod shuffle (Late 2007) model also added a new 2 GB model.

This iPod shuffle measured 1.07 inches tall, 0.98 inches wide, and 0.33 inches deep and included a built-in clip for easily attaching the iPod to clothing. All iPod shuffle models lack a display. This model incuded 1 GB of flash memory to hold approximately 240 songs.

A small USB dock shipped with this iPod shuffle that used the headphone jack to connect to power and synchronize music. Its battery lasted for about 12 hours.

Source: Everymac

iPod shuffle (Generation 2, orange, Early 2007)

The Generation 2 iPod shuffle released in Early 2007 was identical to the previous silver Generation 2 iPod shuffle, except four colors were added: orange, green, blue, and pink. This example is orange. The The Generation 2 iPod shuffle (Early 2007) also shipped with revised earbuds that no longer included foam ear caps.

This iPod shuffle measured close to a square inch at 1.07 inches tall, 0.98 inches wide, and 0.33 inches deep. It included a built-in clip for easily attaching the iPod to clothing. All iPod shuffle models lack a display. This model incuded 1 GB of flash memory to hold approximately 240 songs.

A small USB dock shipped with this iPod shuffle that used the headphone jack to connect to power and synchronize music. Its battery lasted for about 12 hours.

Source: Everymac

Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard box (2007)

This is the retail box for Mac OS X Leopard, Version 10.5. Although the OS features the codename “Leopard,” Apple instead chose to use a metallic print idea highlighting a space theme (echoing a new space-themed wallpaper included with the release) for the artwork.

The box highlights five new features of apps and services in the OS:

  • Finder—See your files in Cover Flow.
  • Spaces—Organize your windows.
  • Time Machine—Automatic backup.
  • Mail—Stylish email stationery.
  • iChat—Add effects to video chat.

Apple described this update as “the largest update of Mac OS X” with over 300 new features. Leopard was also the first Mac OS X version to drop support for the Classic Environment that allowed users to run Mac OS 9 “Classic” apps within Mac OS X.

Source: Wikipedia

Apple CD and DVD media (2007)

My collection of Apple CD and DVD media includes operating systems, applications, software collections that shipped with devices, promotional media, diagnostic tools, and educational content. In general, Apple-branded CD or DVD examples in original packaging have been presented separately, while single discs or collections of discs are presented chronologically.

Apple CDs and DVDs from 2007 include:

  • Mac OS X Install Disc 2 (Disc version 1.0, 2Z691-6175-A, 2007)
  • Mac OS X Server Install DVD (Version 10.5, 0Z691-6145-A, 2007)
  • Mac OS X Leopard Install DVD (Version 10.5.1, 2Z691-6178-A, 2007)
  • Mac OS X Server Leopard Developer Preview Install Disc (Build 9A344, 2007)
  • Mac OS X Leopard Includes Xcode Developer Preview Install Disc (Build 9A343, 2007)
  • Mac OS X Server Leopard Developer Preview Install Disc (Build 9A410, 2007)
  • Mac OS X Server Install DVD (Version 10.5, Build 9A581, 2007)
  • Admin Tools (Version 10.5, 0Z691-6000-A, 2007)
  • Final Cut Studio Install (bundle, 826-7545-A, 2007)
  • Mac OS X Leopard, Install DVD, Not for resale, Version 10.5
  • Mac OS X Server, Install DVD, Evaluation Disc, Version 10.5
  • iLife ’08 Install DVD, Not for resale

Apple Gift Cards (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014)

This collection of Apple gift cards spans the years 2005–2014, and includes gift cards for use in Apple Stores, the iTunes Store, and Starbucks. Apple Store gift cards can be redeemed in brick-and-mortar or online Apple Stores for purchases. iTunes Store gift cards can only be used at the iTunes Store for digital music, video, app, or downloaded purchases.

The special Starbucks card in this collection was sold as a standard Starbucks gift card, but it also allowed two free song downloads in the iTunes Store. When I learned about this offer in 2007, I purchased 25 of these cards at $5 each (the minimum amount allowed for this promotion) and received 50 free song downloads on iTunes (and $125 in Starbucks purchases).

All of these cards have been redeemed.