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PROJECT REPORT

ON
APPLE TECHNOLOGY
PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL
FULFILLMENT
OF THE REQUIREMENT
OF BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
By:
EKTA CHAUHAN
Enrollment No. 03490201811
Under the guidance of
MS. SUPREET KAUR

SRI GURU TEGH BAHADUR INSTITUTE OF


MANAGEMENT &INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
(Affiliated to GGSIP University Delhi)
(2011-2014)

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CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that EKTA CHAUHAN student of Sri Guru Tegh
Bahadur Institute of Management & Information Technology of course
BBA(B&I) Batch (2011-2014), has completed her research work titled
APPLE TECHNOLOGY under my guidance and supervision .The
work submitted is genuine and authentic.

..
Signature of Director
PROF. (DR) P.L. SETHI

......
Signature of H.O.D
DR.BIPASHA CHAUDHARY
...
Signature of Guide
MS.SUPREET KAUR
....
Signature of Scholar
EKTA CHAUHAN

Place: Delhi
Date:

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
With profound sense of gratitude and regard, I express my sincere thanks
to my guide and mentor Ms. Supreet kaur for her valuable guidance and
the confidence she instilled in me, that helped me in the successful
completion of this project report. Without her help, this project would
have been a distant affair, her thorough understanding of the subject and
professional guidance was indeed of immense help to me.
I am also greatly thankful to the faculty members of our institute who cooperated with me and gave me their valuable time. Acknowledgement

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Signature of the scholar
Place: Delhi

EKTA CHAUHAN

Date:

Enrollment no.03490201811

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CONTENTS
S. No.
1

Title

Page No.

INTRODUCTION

1.1.

What is html?

1.2.

Advantages of html

1.3.

Disadvantages of html

1.4

Need for system

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS

2.1.

Project Category

2.2.

Methodology adopted for project

2.3.

Design Constraints

2.4

Software System Attributes

2.5

Features of the system

2.6

System Requirements

SYSTEM ANALYSYS & METHODOLOGY ADOPTED

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3.1.

Use Case Diagrams

13

3.2.

Entity Relationship Diagram

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3.3

Normalization

15

TEST REPORT

16

4.1

Unit Testing

16

4.2

Integration Testing

17

4.3

Functional Testing

17

4.4

System Testing

17

USER/OPERATIONAL MANUAL, ACCESS RIGHTS

19

MY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

23

CONCLUSION & ACHIEVEMENTS

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APPENDIX
Screen Shots
Coding

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9.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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CHAPTER - 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1. What is html?
Hyper text markup language is the main markup language for displaying
web pages and other information that can be displayed in a web browser.
HTML is written in the form of HTML elements consisting of tags
enclosed in angle brackets (like <html>), within the web page content.
HTML tags most commonly come in pairs like <h1> and </h1>, although
some tags, known as empty elements, are unpaired, for example <img>.
The first tag in a pair is the start tag, the second tag is the end tag (they
are also called opening tags and closing tags). In between these tags web
designers can add text, tags, comments and other types of text-based
content.

1.2. Advantages of html


The basic format that is utilized on the World Wide Web is HTML. To
display web pages with a broad range of colors, shapes and objects,
HTML is used. In developing, the following the advantages of using
HTML:
1.

Usage is easy.

2.

Syntax is loose (Flexibility help complying with standards).

3.

If not all, it is supported on almost all browsers.

4.

Flexibility is high in HTML.

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5.

If not on all websites, it has been established on most websites and


is used widely.

6.

It can also be used increasingly for data storage as it is like XML


syntax.

1.3. Disadvantages of html


1.

It can created only static and plain pages

2.

Need to write lot of code

3.

Security features are not good

4.

If we need to write long code for making a webpages than it


produce some complexity

1.4

Need for system

Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation


headquartered in Cupertino, California that designs, develops, and sells
consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers.Apple
is the world's third-largest mobile phone maker after Samsung and Nokia.
Fortune magazine named Apple the most admired company in the United
States in 2008, and in the world from 2008 to 2012.The Apple market cap
is larger than that of Google and Microsoft combined.The Apple market
cap is larger than that of Google and Microsoft combined.Apple develops
its own operating system to run on Macs, OS X, the latest version being
OS X Mountain Lion (version 10.8). Apple also independently develops
computer software titles for its OS X operating system. Much of the
software Apple develops is bundled with its computers. An example of
this is the consumer-oriented iLife software package that bundles iMovie,
iPhoto and GarageBand. For presentation, page layout and word

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processing, iWork is available, which includes Keynote, Pages, and


Numbers. iTunes, QuickTime media player, Safari web browser, and
Software Update are available as free downloads for both Mac OS X and
Windows.

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CHAPTER - 2
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
2.1. Project Category
The main aim to design this project is to provide graphical user interface
that helps the user to access information without any complexity and with
minimum operation. We categorize this project for commercial usage.
This document also describes the various interfaces i.e. the hardware,
software and the user interfaces. Along with that the document also
describes the various functions and some general constraints. This project
is cost efficient as well as highly optimized as per the requirement of
user.

Assumptions and Dependencies:


We assume all users have basic knowledge. We also assume that the
users will be given software training, documentation and reference
material

Future:
The doors for the amendments and improvements are always wide to any
system. In order to get better services out of it; desire modification can be
made to the system without much effort. As and when required new
modules can easily be incorporated into existing system. But this is sure
that provided system does not show any problem.

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USE CASE DIAGRAM :-

FEEDBACK

GATHER
INFORMATION

WEBSITE
SURFING

CUSTOMER

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2.2. Methodology adopted for project


Methodology is generally a guideline system for solving a problem, with
specific components such as phases, tasks, methods, techniques and tools.
It can be defined also as follows:
1.

"The analysis of the principles of methods, rules, and postulates


employed by a discipline";

2.

"The systematic study of methods that are, can be, or have been
applied within a discipline"

3.

"The study or description of methods".

A methodology can be considered to include multiple methods, each as


applied to various facets of the whole scope of the methodology.

We adopted methodology of water fall model:

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2.3. Design Constraints


In our professional training design phase we have come across
following constraints:
Technology-We have used html for our project. Regarding it we
have to be careful about following things:o Fonts-We have to use fonts that are properly visible.
o Forms-Number of forms used in our project are need to be
less to avoid complexity
o GUI- User interface should be easy to operate.
Requirements-While designing we need to change design of project
according to requirements of library

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Policies of institute- according to new policies of institute. We


need to change our modules

2.4

Software System Attributes

There are following software system attributes:


Maintainability
Our

software

is

maintainable

according

toenvironmental changes
Maintainability Index -67
Dependability
Our software is dependable on adobe, dream weaver
and vvscipt
Performance
Our software performs in a efficient manner i.e.; it is
User friendly
Lines Of Code
LOC-9,222

2.5 Features of the system


Sends e-mails (if enabled and internet is available) to the newly
registered members of the system as a notification and also sends
e-mails in different modules.
Maximum amount of training is required to use the system.

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Saves the errors occurred in the system in a file that can be used to
troubleshoot the problems.
It is very user friendly

2.6

System Requirements

To be used effectively, all computer software needs certain hardware components or


software resources to be present on computer the perquisites are known as system
requirements. The MIS project requires a certain minimum system requirement
HARDWARE

128 MB of RAM or higher recommended (64 MB minimum supported).

Super VGA (1024 X768) or higher resolution video adapter and monitor.

Keyboard and Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device.

SOFTWARE

OS: Windows XP minimum or higher.

Internet Explorer 8

LANGUAGE

Hyper Text Mark up Language(HTML)

Technologies used:
FRONT END:
User interface or that part of a software of website that a user sees on the
screen, and acts on to enter commands or to access other parts of the
software or website is known as front end.

HTML/FRONT PAGE
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It is front page of the website


Features
Some of the features in the last version of FrontPage include:
FrontPage 2003 consists of a Split View option to allow the user to code
in Code View and preview in Design View without the hassle of
switching from the Design and Code View tabs for each review.
Dynamic Web Templates (DWT) were included for the first time in
FrontPage 2003 allowing users to create a single template that could be
used across multiple pages and even the whole Web site.
Interactive Buttons give users a new easy way to create Web graphics for
navigation and links, eliminating the need for a complicated imageediting package such as adobe Photoshop.
The accessibility checker gives the user the ability to check if their code
is standards-compliant and that their Web site is easily accessible for
people with disabilities. An HTML optimizer is included to aid in
optimizing code to make it legible and quicker to process.
Intellisense, which is a form of auto completion , is a key feature in
FrontPage 2003 that assists the user while typing in Code View. When
working in Code View, Intelligence will suggest tags and/or properties
for the code that the user is entering which significantly reduces the time
to write code. The Quick Tag Editor shows the user the tag they are
currently in when editing in Design View. This also includes the option to
edit the specific tag/property from within the Tag Editor.

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Code Snippets give users the advantage of creating snippets of their


commonly used pieces of code allowing them to store it for easy access
whenever it is next needed.
FrontPage 2003 includes support for programming in ASP.Net a server
side, scripting language that adds interactivity to Web sites and Web
pages.
FrontPage 2003 includes support for macros in VBA

SCRIPTING LANGUAGE
A scripting language or script language is a programming language
thatsupports the writing of scripts. Environments that can be automatedthrough
scripting include software applications, web pages within a webbrowser, the
shells of operating systems (OS), and several generalpurpose and domainspecific languages such as those for embeddedsystems. Scripting is usually a
property of the primary implementations ofa language, rather than a language
per se, although many languages arenot very suited to this kind of
implementation. Forexample, C++ interpreters do exist, but C++ is generally
not considered ascripting language, as not only are these implementations
rarely used, butthe time taken to write a script in C++ would be far in advance
of thatrequired to write in a language like Python.

Typically, a scripting language is characterized by the following


properties:
Ease of use. Scripting languages are intended to be very fast to pick up
and author programs in. This generally implies relatively simple syntax
&semantics.

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OS facilities - especially file system and related, built in with easy


interfaces. Scripting is usually aimed at desktop, limiting the portability
needs of the pre-built libraries.
Interpreted from source code - to give the fastest turnaround from script
to execution. On a desktop, the performance of even a slow interpreter is
often non-problematic. In comparison, non-scripting languages intended
for large programs are often precompiled in at least some sense for
superior performance.
Relatively loose structure. It would be difficult to use java as a scripting
language due to the rules about which classes exist in which files contrast to Python, where it's possible to simply define some functions in
a file.

VBSCRIPT
VBScript (Visual Basic Scripting Edition) is an ActiveScripting language
developed by Microsoft that is modeled on VisualBasic. It is designed as a
lightweight language with a fast interpreter foruse in a wide variety of
Microsoft environments. VBScript usesthe Component Object Model to access
elements of the environmentwithin which it is running; for example, the
FileSystemObject (FSO) isused to create, read, update and delete files

JAVA SCRIPT
A scripting language developed by Netscape to enable Web authors todesign
interactive sites. Although it shares many of the features andstructures of the
full Java language, it was developed independently.Java script can interact with
HTML source code, enabling Web authors tospice up their sites with dynamic
content. JavaScript is endorsed by anumber of software companies and is an
open language that anyone canuse without purchasing a license. It is supported

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by recent browsers fromNetscape and Microsoft, though Internet Explorer


supports only a subset,which Microsoft calls Jscript.
BACK END:
Back end languages are the languages used to write the parts of theprogram
used to interact with the hardware. Thus game engines, browserengines and so
forth are often written in C++ because first it is acompiled language which
provides straightforward tools for modellingany device logically you don't
already have a driver for and because it hasmany features of data security
which make it easier to keep track of manyvariables.

DATABASE
Databaseare designed to offer an organized mechanism for storing,
managing and retrieving information. They do so through the use of
tables. If youre familiar with spreadsheets like Microsoft Excel, youre
probably already accustomed to storing data in tabular form. Its not
much of a stretch to make the leap from spreadsheets to databases.

CHAPTER - 3
SYSTEM ANALYSYS & METHODOLOGY
ADOPTED
This chapter will focus on the design of the system using diagrams to
illustrate graphically certain sections of the software system.
3.1. Use Case Diagrams
As information moves through software, it is modified by a series of
transformations. A data flow diagram is a graphical representation that

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depicts information flow and the transforms that are applied as data move
from input to output.
The data flow diagram may be used to represent a system or software at
any level of abstraction. In fact, DFDs may be partitioned into levels that
represent increasing information flow and functional detail. Therefore,
the DFD provides a mechanism for functional modeling as well as
information flow modeling.
SYMBOL

NAME

FUNCTION

Data Flow

Connect process

Process

Perform some transformation of


its input data to yield output
data.

Source or sink

Data Store

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A source of system inputs or


sink of system outputs
A repository of data, the
arrowhead indicate net
input and net outputs
to store

Layout of the project

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3.2. Entity Relationship Diagram


It is a detailed logical representation of data for an organization and uses
three main constructs.
Entities
It is a fundamental thing about which data may be maintained. Each
entity has its own identity.
Entity Type is the description of all entities to which a common definition
and common relationships and attributes apply.

3.3

Normalization

Normalization usually involves dividing a database into two or more


tables and defining relationships between the tables. The objective is to
isolate data so that additions, deletions, and modifications of a field can
be made in just one table and then propagated through the rest of the
database via the defined relationships.
There are three main normal forms, each with increasing levels of
normalization:
First Normal Form (1NF): Each field in a table contains different
information.
Second Normal Form (2NF): Each field in a table that is not a
determiner of the contents of another field must itself be a function of the
other fields in the table.
Third Normal Form (3NF): No duplicate information is permitted.

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CHAPTER - 4
TEST REPORT
Executing a program with the intent of finding errors is called testing.
Testing is vital to the success of any system. Testing is done at different
stages within the development phase. System testing makes a logical
assumption that if all parts of the system are correct, the goals will be
achieved successfully. Inadequate testing or no testing at all leads to
errors that may come up after a long time when correction would be
extremely implementation. The testing of the system was done on both
artificial and live data. In order to test data test cases are developed.
Following are the various methods that are employed for testing:

4.1. Unit Testing


In unit testing the module is tested independently. It is done to test that
the module does satisfy the functional specification. This is done to check
syntax and logical errors in programs. At the time of preparation of
technical specifications, unit test data was also prepared. The coding for
that program was considered after verifying its output against this test
data.
Following are the unit testing methods:

In Conditional Testing, the logical conditions that are given in the


module were checked to see whether they satisfy the functionality
of the module. This is done by using the test data was prepared.

In Loop Testing, different loops in the module like nested loops


were tested using the data. Attempts to execute the loops to their
maximum range are done.

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4.2

Integration Testing
In Integration testing whole system was checked when all the
individual modules were integrated together in order to test
whether the system is performing as according to the
requirements specified. Interface errors if any were corrected.
Test data was prepared was fed into the system to check whether
the system fails to detects an error.

4.3. Functional Testing


This is done for each module/sub module of the system.
Functional testing serve as a means of validating whether the
functionality of the system confers the original user requirement
i.e. does the module do what it was supposed to do? Separate
schedules were made for functional testing. It involves
preparation of test data, writing of test cases, testing for
conformance to test cases and preparation of bugs listing for
non-conformities.

4.4. System Testing


System testing is done when the entire system has been fully
integrated. The purpose of the system testing is to test how the
different modules interact with each other and whether the entire
system provides the functionality that was expected.
System testing consists of the following steps:

Program Testing

System Testing

System Documentation

User Acceptance Testing


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CHAPTER - 5
USER/OPERATIONAL MANUAL, ACCESS
RIGHTS
HOME page>> welcome to your site

On clicking the home page a page will open which will tell about the site
and training

At homepage we will find the links of

IPODS

IPHONES

IPAD

MAC

IMAC

CONTACT US

FORM

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CHAPTER 6
MY ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Being the leader of my team I was given the following responsibilities:

Divide the work among the team members.

I was involved in requirement gathering with other team members .

I was responsible for coding, designing , implementation and unit


testing of modules.

I was involved in combining all modules of the professional


training website

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CHAPTER - 7
CONCLUSION & ACHIEVEMENTS
The reason to have professional training system is to providing
professional courses, vocational training ,improve skills through internet
and institutions itself. it also saves time of students who do not want to
waste time going here and there.
The project is still going on. We have released the first stable version as
per our project schedule & the work on the next version is in progress.
Achievements

The project has been an excellent learning opportunity for me and


has helped me in understanding and developing a live project.

Technical Knowledge is something one can always get sitting at


home and devouring books. But being a part of a team which is
working on a deliverable Live Project means a lot more other
things apart from the technical knowledge gained.

I learnt to implement hardware devices in the system.

I learned its the team work and working in tandem with the team,
complimenting the team efforts that hold more priority than
individual skills.

I learned how important deadlines are, and that clients are like
gods, we just have to provide them what they want .The ultimate
goal is to meet clients requirements.

I learned to take responsibilities and to handle the work pressure.

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CHAPTER 8
APPENDIX
Screenshots
Main_Page.Html

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Main_Content.Html

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Mainlinks.html

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Ipods.html

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Shuffle.html

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Ipod nano.html

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Ipod touch.html

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IPODCLASIC.html

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Ipodinfo.html

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Iphones.html

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IPHONE 4.html

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Iphone3gs.html

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IPAD.html

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Mac.html

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Imac.html

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1.html

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2.html

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Form.html

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Form2.html

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Heading.html

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Coding
Main_Page.Html
<html>
<title>Apple Technology</title>
<frameset rows="20%,80%">
<frame src="heading.html" SCROLLING="NO">
<frameset cols="15%,85%">
<frame src="mainlinks.html" scrolling="no">
<frame src="main_content.html" name="b">
</html>

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Main_Content.Html
<html>
<center>
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg">
<imgsrc="ipod-family-album_1.jpg"><P><br><Br>
<br>
<imgsrc="apple.jpg" height="50%" width="25%" align="left">
<body><p><b>
Apple Computer, Inc., is an American multinational corporation
headquartered in Cupertino, California that designs, develops, and sells
consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers.Apple
is the world's third-largest mobile phone maker after Samsung and Nokia.
Fortune magazine named Apple the most admired company in the United
States in 2008, and in the world from 2008 to 2012.The Apple market cap
is larger than that of Google and Microsoft combined.The Apple market
cap is larger than that of Google and Microsoft combined.Apple develops
its own operating system to run on Macs, OS X, the latest version being
OS X Mountain Lion (version 10.8). Apple also independently develops
computer software titles for its OS X operating system. Much of the
software Apple develops is bundled with its computers. An example of
this is the consumer-oriented iLife software package that bundles iMovie,
iPhoto and GarageBand. For presentation, page layout and word
processing, iWork is available, which includes Keynote, Pages, and
Numbers. iTunes, QuickTime media player, Safari web browser, and
Software Update are available as free downloads for both Mac OS X and
Windows.</p>
</b>
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</center></html>

Mainlinks.html
<html>
<body bgcolor="white"><br>
<h3><center>
<a href="ipods.html" target="b"><font color="blue" face="Angsana
New" size="8">iPod</font></a><br>
<a href="iphones.html" TARGET="b"><font color="blue"
face="Angsana New" size="8">iPhone</font></a><br>
<a href="IPAD.HTML" TARGET="b"><font color="blue"
face="Angsana New" size="8">iPad</font></a><br>
<a href="mac.html" TARGET="b"><font color="blue" face="Angsana
New" size="8">Mac</font></a><br>

<a href="imac.html" TARGET="b"><font color="blue" face="Angsana


New" size="8">Macbook</font></a>
<a href="1.html" TARGET="b"><font color="blue" face="Angsana
New" size="8">Gallery</font></a>
<a href="form.html" TARGET="b"><font color="blue" face="Angsana
New" size="8">Feedback</font></a>
</h3>
</center>

</ul>
</html>

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Shuffle.html
<html><P><P>
<title>IPod SHUFFLE</TITLE>
<head><h5 style="text-decoration:overline;"><div style="backgroundcolor: lime; line-height: 0.1cm;"><CENTER><H1>IPOD
SHUFFLE</H1></CENTER></div></H5></HEAD>
<imgsrc="gold-ipod-shuffle.jpg">
<table>
<font color="green" face="Bodoni MT" size="5">Size and
Weight</font>
<tr>
<td><h3>Height:
<td><h3>1.14inches
</tr>
<tr>
<td><h3>Width:
<td><h3>1.24inch
</tr>
<tr>
<td><h3>Depth:
<td><h3>0.34 inch
</tr>
<tr>
<td><h3>True volume:
<td><h3>0.35 cu inch
</tr>
<tr>
<td><h3>Weight:
<td><h3>0.44 ounce
</tr>
</table><p><br>
<font color="green" face="Bodoni MT" size="5">Battery and
power</font>
<ul>
<li>Up to 15 hours of audio playback.
<li>80% charged in 2 hours; fully charged in about 3 hours.
<li>Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
<li>Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter (sold
separately)
</ul><p><br>
<font color="green" face="Bodoni MT" size="5">Audio</font>
<ul>
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<li>Skip-free playback
<li>Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
<li>AAC (8 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Store), MP3 (8
to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced
Audio, AAX, and AAX+), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV
</ul><p><br>
<font color="green" face="Bodoni MT" size="5">Environmental
requirements</font>
<ul>
<li>Operating temperature: 32 to 95 F
(0 to 35 C)
<li>Non-operating temperature: -4 to 113 F
(-20 to 45 C)
<li>Relative humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
<li>Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 feet
(3000 m)
</ul><p><br>
<font color="green" face="Bodoni MT" size="5">Mac system
requirements</font>
<ul>
<li>Mac computer with USB 2.0 port
<li>Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later
<li>iTunes 10 or later
<li>Internet access is required; broadband recommended; fees may apply
</ul><p><br>
<font color="green" face="Bodoni MT" size="5">Windows system
requirements</font>
<ul>
<li>PC with USB 2.0 port
<li>Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP Home or Professional
(SP3) or later
<li>iTunes 10 or later4
<li>Internet access is required; broadband recommended; fees may apply
</ul>
</center>
</body>
</html>

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Ipods.html
<html>
<imgsrc = "new_ipod_nano.jpg" align="left">&nbsp;
<imgsrc = "imgApple iPod classic.jpg" align="right">
<center>
<body>
<h2><a href="shuffle.html"><font color="blue" face="Poor
Richard">iPod shuffle</font>
</a>
<h2><a href="ipod nano.html"><font color="blue" face="Poor
Richard">iPod nano</font></a>
<h2><a href="ipod touch.html"><font color="blue" face="Poor
Richard">iPod touch</font>
</a></h2>
<H2><a href="IPODCLASIC.HTML"><font color="blue" face="Poor
Richard">iPod classic</font></a>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
</body>
</html>

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Ipod touch.html
<html>
<title>Ipod Touch</title>
<head><h5><center>iPod
TOUCH</H1></CENTER></div></H5></HEAD>
<body>
<imgsrc = "ipod-touch.jpg" align = "right">
<h2><font color="blue" face="Wide Latin" style="border-width:
1%;>FEATURES</font></h2><p><BR>
<TABLE>
<font size="5" color="green">Size and Weight</font><p>
<tr>
<td><h3>Height:
<td><h3>4.4 inches (111.0 mm)
</tr>
<tr>
<td><h3>Width:
<td><h3>2.3 inches (58.9 mm)
</tr>
<tr>
<td><h3>Depth:
<td><h3>0.28 inch (7.2 mm)
</tr>
<tr>
<td><h3>Weight:
<td><h3>3.56 ounces (101 grams)
</tr>
</table>
<p><br>
<font size="5" color="green">HD video recording and
editing</font><p>
<h3>You should have seen it! is a thing of the past. Because with iPod
touch, youll always have a great HD video camera with you. Say youre
at a party and you see someone popping and locking. Youre ready to
capture the moment in all its glory. In high-definition 720p video. You
can record video in low-light settings, thanks to the advanced backside
illumination sensor. You can even edit and create your own mini
blockbuster right on iPod touch using the new iMovie app with Appledesigned themes, titles, and transitions.</h3><p><br>
<font size="5" color="green">FACETIME</font><p>
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<h3>FaceTime on iPod touch lets you hang out, catch up, and goof off
with friends in an entirely new way. With just a tap, you can see what
your friends are up to literally. Witness a prank in action. Or watch
your friend on the other side of the country crack up at your stories from
last night new iPod touch to new iPod touch or iPhone 4 over Wi-Fi.
And all you need to get started is an Apple ID and an email account. You
can choose an email account you already have or, if you prefer, set up a
new one. Youll never see fun the same way again.</h3><p><br>
<font size="5" color="green">RETINA DISPLAY</font><P>
<h3>The Retina display on iPod touch brings out the awesome in
anything on it. Thats because its the highest-resolution iPod screen ever,
with four times the pixel count of previous iPod models. In fact, there are
so many pixels, the human eye cant distinguish individual ones. Which
makes graphics and images stunningly sharp, and text amazingly crisp.
Just like the printed page.</h3><p><br>
<font size="5" color="green">GAME CENTRE</font><p>
<h3>Its time to make a game plan. The new Game Center app on iPod
touch lets you add more players to your gaming network. Invite friends to
join. Then totally dominate them. Take a look at how your score ranks
against your friends and other players of each game. Compare game
achievements with your friends. Put together a select group of friends to
play with. Or choose to automatically go up against people you dont
know in a multiplayer game. So get in the game. And get your friends in
it, too.</h3><P><BR>
<H2><font color="blue" face="Wide Latin" style="border-width:
1%;>TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION</FONT></H2><P><BR>
<font size="5" color="green">DISPLAY</font>
<UL><h3>
<LI>
3.5-inch (diagonal) widescreen
Multi-Touch display
<li>960-by-640-pixel resolution at 326 pixels per inch</h3>
</ul><p><br>
<font size="5" color="green">AUDIO</font>
<ul><h3>
<li>
Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
<li>Audio formats supported: AAC (8 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC
(from iTunes Store), HE-AAC, MP3 (8 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR,
Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+),
Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV
<li>User-configurable maximum volume limit</h3>
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</ul><p><br>
<font size="5" color="green">TV and VIDEO</font>
<UL><h3>
<li>H.264 video up to 720p, 30 frames per second, Main Profile level 3.1
with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4,
and .mov file formats
<li>MPEG-4 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per
second, Simple Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps per channel,
48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats
<li>Motion JPEG (M-JPEG) up to 35 Mbps, 1280 by 720 pixels, 30
frames per second, audio in ulaw, PCM stereo audio in .avi file format
<li>Support for 1024 by 768 pixels with Dock Connector to VGA
Adapter; 576p and 480p with Apple Component AV Cable; 576i and 480i
with Apple Composite AV Cable (cables sold separately) </h3>
</ul><P><BR>
<font size="5" color="green">BATTERY AND POWER</font>
<UL>
<LI><h3>Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
<LI>Playback time
<LI>Music playback time: Up to 40 hours when fully charged
<LI>Video playback time: Up to 7 hours when fully charged
<LI>Charging times: Fast charge in about 2 hours (80% capacity), full
charge in about 4 hours.
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<head><font color="white"><CENTER><H1>IPOD
CLASIC</H1></CENTER></font></HEAD>
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height="30%"></center>
<h2><font color="blue" face="Wide
Latin">FEATURES</font></h2><p><BR>
<font size="5" color="green">MEET A MUSICAL GENIUS</font><p>
<H4>Say youre listening to a song you really like and want to hear other
tracks that go great with it. . With a few clicks, the Genius feature finds
other songs on your iPod classic that sound great with the one you're
listening to, then makes a Genius playlist for you. Or get even more sets
of customized songs when you use the new Genius Mixes feature in
iTunes. Just sync your iPod classic to iTunes, and Genius automatically
searches your library to create perfect mixes you'll love.</H4><P>
<font size="5" color="green">CLICK TO ENJOY</font><p>
<H4>Finding exactly what you want to watch or listen to is easy. Use the
Click Wheel to browse by album art with Cover Flow or navigate your
songs and videos by playlist, artist, album, genre, and more. You can also
search for specific titles and artists. Want to mix things up? Click Shuffle
Songs for a different experience every time.</H4><p>
<font size="5" color="green">HOLD EVERYTHING</font><p>
<H4>Pod classic gives you 160GB >of storage capacity, good for up to
40,000 songs, 200 hours of video, 25,000 photos, or any combination.
And you get up to 36 hours of battery life, so you can keep on rocking for
a long, long time.</H4><P>
<font size="5" color="green">Watch movies AND TV
SHOWS.</font><p>
<h4>The vivid 2.5-inch display makes video come alive. Purchase or rent
movies, buy TV shows, and download video podcasts from the iTunes
Store, then sync them to your iPod classic to watch anywhere,
anytime.</h4><p>
<font size="5" color="green">160GB</font><p>
<H4>
Leave no tune behind.
With 160GB of space, iPod classic means you can always have your
entire music and movie library with you.Carry it from the living room to
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a party in the backyard. Or take it on a cross-country road trip and never


listen to the same song twice.</H4><P><BR>
<h2><font color="blue" face="Wide Latin">TECH
SPC</font></h2><p><BR>
<font size="5" color="green">SIZE AND WEIGHT</font><p>
<TABLE>
<TH>
<TR>
<TD><H4>HEIGHT:
<TD><H4>4.1 inches (103.5 mm)
</TR>
<TR>
<TD><H4>WIDTH:
<TD><H4>2.4 inches (61.8 mm)
</TR>
<TR>
<TD><H4>DEPTH:
<TD><H4>0.41 inch (10.5 mm)
</TR>
<TR>
<TD><H4>WEIGHT:
<TD><H4>4.9 ounces (140 grams)
</TR>
</TH>
</TABLE>
<font size="5" color="green">DISPLAY</font><p>
<UL>
<LI><H4>2.5-inch (diagonal) color LCD with LED backlight
<LI>320-by-240-pixel resolution at 163 pixels per inch.</H4><P>
</UL>
<font size="5" color="green">AUDIO</font><p>
<H4><LI>Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
<LI>Audio formats supported: AAC (8 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC
(from iTunes Store), HE-AAC, MP3 (8 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR,
Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+),
Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV
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<imgsrc="27-inch-led-cinema-display-300x271.jpg"align="left">
<h3><b>A bigger display for your biggest ideas.</h3></b>
<h4>Connect your Mac with Mini DisplayPort to the LED Cinema
Display for a panoramic viewing experience unlike any other. You get a
huge 27-inch glossy widescreen display with a cinematic 16:9 aspect ratio
and an astonishing 2560-by-1440 resolution. With 60 percent more pixels
than the 24-inch LED Cinema Display, the 27-inch LED Cinema Display
gives you even more room for all your windows and
applications.</h4><p>
<h3>LED backlighting. One bright idea.</h3>
<h4>Full brightness with no waiting. Thats the big advantage of LED
backlight technology. Unlike most displays that take time to warm up
before they reach maximum brightness, an LED-backlit display is
instantly on and uniformly bright. LED backlighting also gives you
greater control over screen brightness. So you can tune the LED Cinema
Display to suit the ambient light in even the dimmest room.</h4><p>
<h3>Stunning from every angle.</h3>
<h4>The LED Cinema Display looks great from any seat in the house,
thanks to a premium display technology called in-plane switching (IPS).
IPS gives you a bright picture with excellent color consistency even if
youre viewing the display from the side.</h4><P>
<h3>49 watts of stereo sound.</h3>
<h4>The LED Cinema Display gives you more than video it gives you
audio, too. The built-in 49-watt speaker system includes an integrated
subwoofer that delivers immersive, full-range sound for music, movies,
and games.</h4><P>
<h3>Ambient light sensor.</h3>
<h4>The new ambient light sensor intelligently adjusts the brightness of
the LED Cinema Display to your room environment. This gives you the
perfect brightness for any situation while using the least amount of
energy necessary.</h4><p>
<h3>Smooth-motion hinge.</h3>
<h4>Tilt the LED Cinema Display to get the viewing angle thats best for
your work environment. With its smooth-motion hinge, adjustment is
effortless. Choose an angle anywhere from -5 to 25 degrees.</h4><P>
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<h2>DESIGN</h2><p>
<h3>Redesigned.Reengineered.Re-everthing</h3>
<h4>Until now, all notebooks were designed the same way. By
assembling multiple pieces to create a single enclosure. But once you
include all the necessary parts, you add size, weight, complexity, and
more opportunities for failure. Solving a problem like this required more
than an incremental change. It required a breakthrough. To create the
MacBook Pro, the design and engineering teams devised a way to replace
many parts with just one. That one part is called the unibody a
seamless enclosure carved from a single piece of aluminum.Of course,
building only one part creates its own set of challenges. When you have
multiple parts that are fastened together, tolerances dont need to be
perfect. You have wiggle room, both literally and figuratively. But when
one part is responsible for many functions, its critical to manufacture that
part with absolute precision, down to the micron. Every time.Millions of
times over. There was only one way to achieve this level of precision:
mill the unibody from a solid block of aluminum using computer
numerical control, or CNC, machines the kind used by the aerospace
industry to build mission-critical spacecraft components.
When you pick up a MacBook Pro, you immediately notice the
difference. The entire enclosure is thin and light. It looks polished and
refined. And it feels strong and durable perfect for life inside (and
outside) your briefcase or backpack. </h4>
<h2>FEATURES</H2>
<H3>Precision aluminum. The new gold standard.</H3>
<H4>Carved from a single block of aluminum, the MacBook Pro is a true
engineering achievement. Its patented unibody enclosure is the product of
precise machining. From the thumbscoop to the now-you-see-it-now-youdont sleep indicator, no detail is unaccounted for. The end result is a
notebook thats not only breakthrough, but thin, light, polished, and
refined. The unibody also makes MacBook Pro more durable than ever.
So you can throw it in your briefcase or messenger bag and pull it out at
an airport, at school, at the office, or on location without a second
thought.</H4>
<H3>The longest-lasting Mac notebook battery ever.</H3>
<H4>The new energy-efficient architecture in every MacBook Pro, along
with automatic graphics switching in the 15- and 17-inch models, gives
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you dramatically longer battery life. On a single charge, the battery in the
new 13-inch MacBook Pro lasts up to 10 hours (8 to 9 hours on the 15and 17-inch MacBook Pro). And youll get up to 1000 full charge and
discharge cycles thats nearly three times the lifespan of typical
notebook batteries. Advanced chemistry and Adaptive Charging allow the
battery to maintain charging capabilities longer and determine the optimal
way to charge the batterys cells. Because the battery lasts up to five
years, MacBook Pro uses just one battery in the same time a typical
notebook uses three. That makes for less waste. And that, in turn, makes
for one environmentally friendly battery.</H4>
<IMG SRC="features_mbp_graphics20101207.jpg">
<H3>Powerful graphics, two ways.</H3>
<H4>MacBook Pro gives you more options for high-performance
graphics, starting with the new NVIDIA GeForce 320M integrated
graphics processor in the 13-inch model. Its up to 80 percent faster than
the previous generation and is even more energy-efficient for everyday
tasks like writing email and surfing the web.
The new 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models give you even more
power for graphics-intensive 3D games and pro applications, and longer
battery life for everyday tasks like checking email or surfing the web.
Depending on which application youre running, these models
automatically switch between the blazingly fast discrete NVIDIA
GeForce GT 330M processor and power-efficient integrated Intel HD
Graphics. So you dont have to compromise performance for battery life
and vice versa.</H4>
<H3>Even the keyboard is advanced.</H3>
<H4>The rigid aluminum keyboard webbing has been cut precisely to
hold the keys. And the keys are curved to perfectly fit fingers. The
result?Pure typing bliss. The keyboard is also illuminated, so when youre
in low-light settings, such as airplanes or conference rooms, you can
always see what youre typing.</H4>
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<center><font size="5" face="times new roman" color="black">The
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<center><font size="7"><b>More power to your Mac.</font><br><font
size="4">Since 2001, the breakthrough technologies and rock-solid
UNIX foundation of Mac OS X have made<br> it not only the worlds
most advanced operating system but also extremely secure, compatible,
and<br> easy to use. Snow Leopard continues this innovation by
incorporating new technologies that offer<br> immediate improvements
while also smartly setting it up for the future.</font></center>
<HR NOSHADE SIZE=3 WIDTH=90%><p><br>
<imgsrc="64bit_icon_20090824.jpg"><br>
<font size="4">64-bit computing used to be the<br> province of
scientists and<br> engineers, but now this<br> generational shift in
computing<br> gives all users the tools to apply<br> the power of 64-bit
to speed up<br> everything from everyday<br> applications to the
most<br> demanding scientific<br> computations. Although Mac
OS<br> X is already 64-bit capable in<br> many ways, Snow Leopard
takes<br> the next big step by rewriting<br> nearly all system
applications in<br> 64-bit code and by enabling the<br> Mac to address
massive amounts<br> of memory. Now Mac OS X is<br> faster, more
secure, and completely ready for the future.</font><p><br>
<HR NOSHADE SIZE=1 WIDTH=90%><p><br>
<imgsrc="gcd_icon20090608.jpg"><br>
<font size="4">More cores, not faster clock<br> speeds, drive
performance<br> increases in todays processors.<br> Grand Central
Dispatch takes full<br> advantage by making all of Mac<br> OS X
multicore aware and<br> optimizing it for allocating tasks<br> across
multiple cores and<br> processors. Grand Central<br> Dispatch also
makes it much<br> easier for developers to create<br> programs that
squeeze every<br> last drop of power from<br> multicore
systems.</font><p><br>
<HR NOSHADE SIZE=1 WIDTH=90%><p><br>
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<font size="4">With graphics processors<br> surpassing speeds of a
trillion<br> operations per second, theyre<br> capable of considerably
more<br> than just drawing pictures.<br>OpenCL in Snow Leopard is
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the vast gigaflops of computing<br> power currently in the graphics<br>


processor and use it for any<br> application.</font><p><br>
<HR NOSHADE SIZE=1 WIDTH=90%><p><br>
<imgsrc="quicktime_icon_20090824.jpg"><br>
<font size="4">Snow Leopard introduces<br> QuickTime X, a major
leap<br> forward that advances modern<br> media and Internet
standards.<br> QuickTime X includes a brand-<br>new player
application, offers<br> optimized support for modern<br> codecs, and
delivers more<br> efficient media playback, making<br> it ideal for any
application that<br> needs to play media content.</font>
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CHAPTER - 9
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Books consulted:Essentials of dream weaver
Introduction to HTML
Websites and URLs:www.niit.com
www.templatemonster.com
www.wikipedia.org
Persons consulted:
Dr.Bipasha chaudhary (H.O.D S.G.T.B.I.M & I.T)
Ms.Supreet Kaur (LECTURER, S.G.T.B.I.M & I.T)

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