Apple Website Now Uses the Power of HTML5
Apple has updated its website today with a new and darker page navigation bar placed on the top of its public website. The website has also updated from “”HTML 4.01 Transitional” to the latest HTML5 and uses the new standard to dynamically resize the search bar.
The website also utilizes the power of HTML5 to display product features in a much more interactive and user-friendly way. Most of the pages have undergone changes and the site is now quite appealing. Instead of the plain old slider, the Mac page now features four different options like Mac, Applications, Accessories and Server. Clicking on any of the options would result in an amazing effect.
Similarly the iPod page now has two options, Products and iTunes and more. They also include the same transitional effect which is indeed captivating. Apple completely supports HTML5 and uses it to power other services like iAd, MobileMe and even iWork.com.