Query failed: connection to localhost:9312 failed (errno=111, msg=Connection refused). OMG! (What is this madness??!) Remenants of Apple's old website - General Discussion Discussions on AppleInsider Forums Toggle navigation All Forums Recent Posts Sign In OMG! (What is this madness??!) Remenants of Apple's old website icfireball Posted: June 14, 2007 3:19AM in General Discussion edited January 2014 http://www.apple.com/confirm/itunes/thankyou.htmlI was referred to this page by facebook to download the newest version of iTunes.x_x?? Comments Reply 1 of 11 slewis Posts: 2,081member June 14, 2007 2:02PM Null. Reply 2 of 11 addabox Posts: 12,660member June 14, 2007 3:36PM Weird. If you navigate to the "download iTunes 7" page, you get nearly the identical page but with the new gray button bar at the top instead of the aqua tabs.You would have thought that, as long as they were over there, they would have also hit the "thank you" page. Reply 3 of 11 mrpiddly Posts: 406member June 14, 2007 4:25PM Quote:Originally Posted by Slewis Haha... Apple apparently didn't update every page yet. Their Open Source page has the new toolbar but it looks really old in comparison to the rest of the site.SebastianAll the darwin pages i go to are so old. Its like apple just doesnt care about darwin anymore. They also shut down open darwin and not its alot harder to build the source. Reply 4 of 11 slewis Posts: 2,081member June 14, 2007 4:38PM Null. Reply 5 of 11 g_warren Posts: 713member June 14, 2007 4:48PM Us poor UK folks still get the boring old website too. Seems like someone is being a bit lazy this week - store updates etc are normally simultaneous. Reply 6 of 11 ireland Posts: 17,737member June 14, 2007 6:30PM Most American Mac users probably aren't aware they are the only country with the new design. Reply 7 of 11 mrpiddly Posts: 406member June 14, 2007 8:12PM Quote:Originally Posted by Slewis MacOSForgeSebastianYes, that is a link to the page with the sources i was refering to. Quote:The buildable sources are available at http://www.opensource.apple.com/darwinsource/you still have to build the sources. That is where darwin build came in. Darwin build came from opendarwin.com which was supported by apple. Then opendarwin.com got closed. How much does it cost to just keep a webpage up even if it is never updated again!!!! I wanted darwin build. BTW dont try posting a link the GNU page with a darwin cd image download as it is not the current version. Reply 8 of 11 slewis Posts: 2,081member June 15, 2007 1:16AM Null. Reply 9 of 11 macmedia Posts: 152member June 18, 2007 1:40PM Quote:Originally Posted by icfireball http://www.apple.com/confirm/itunes/thankyou.htmlI was referred to this page by facebook to download the newest version of iTunes.x_x??Umm, how about these pages! Looks like the Stone Age. Welcome to the Wayback Machine Sherman!1997 stie Original iBookSearch all Apple Reply 10 of 11 addabox Posts: 12,660member June 18, 2007 1:59PM Quote:Originally Posted by Macmedia Umm, how about these pages! Looks like the Stone Age. Welcome to the Wayback Machine Sherman!1997 stie Original iBookSearch all AppleWow, great links. That first 97 site looks like a sweet little mom and pop store, compared to now, doesn't it?Clicking through to the store on the iBook page-- $1600 base for that guy! I had forgotten..... Reply 11 of 11 guybrush threepwood Posts: 1,109member June 18, 2007 2:53PM iTools. Yuck. Sign In or Register to comment.