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OS X Mavericks now available for free from the...

fantomas1, Oct 22 2013 10:35 PM in Apple News
Apple has done something it hasn’t done before with a major release of OS X, announcing today during its iPad event that it will release OS X Mavericks, the latest version of its desktop OS, later today for free to all users. Mavericks is available st... Read more >>

Mac Keeper 2.5 Review

Ed, May 14 2013 09:23 PM in Apple News
After a few months of use you may notice that your Mac OS X installation is not a fast and efficient as it once was. Mac Keeper is a Application for Mac OS X that optimizes the system in 4 specific areas which are Security, Data Control, Cleaning and Optimization. Now as many users will ask how credible are there claims? The following will answer this and more. Read more >>

iPad 3 Rumor Round-up

Ed, Feb 27 2012 06:55 PM in Apple News
With the rumormill expecting an announcement sometime next week, the iPad 3's release is highly anticipated across the tech world. The 7th and 9th of March are hotly tipped dates. Aside from being the first iPad to be released without the late co-... Read more >>

Photos of iPad 3 prototype parts, thicker than...

Ed, Mar 05 2012 10:52 PM in Apple News
Engadget managed to score some photos of the new iPad 3's parts and compared them to the existing iPad 2. Interestingly, the iPad 3 appears to be thicker than the current iPad 2, hopefully to make way for a bigger battery and 4G LTE connectivity.... Read more >>

Apple unveils new iPad with retina display and...

Ed, Mar 07 2012 10:50 PM in Apple News
As expected, Apple today announced the iPad 3, simply dubbed "the new iPad" by Apple, featuring the following: HD retina display at 2048x1536 resolution (that's 3.1 megapixels!)A5X processor with quad-core graphics5 megapixel camera4G L... Read more >>

Apple TV quietly updated to 1080p, content from...

Ed, Mar 07 2012 11:00 PM in Apple News
Albeit in the shadow of the new iPad, the Apple TV was quietly updated, now offering 1080p resolution output, up from its previous 720p cap. Despite rumors being rife that Apple is poised to launch its own digital TV sets in the near future, the Apple... Read more >>

New 15" MacBook Pro rumored for April

Ed, Mar 29 2012 11:14 PM in Apple News
A new report from the DigiTimes indicates that, according to Taiwanese supply chain sources, a 15" MacBook Pro could be released as early as April. Rumor has it the new 15" MacBook Pro will go the way of its cousin, the MacBook Air, and ditch... Read more >>

AMD Radeon HD 7970 tested in Mac Pro

Ed, Mar 31 2012 04:53 PM in Apple News
It's been almost two years since the Mac Pro got an update. And they're at their most expensive ever, with the base 4-core tower unit clocking in at $2,499… all that for a machine made in 2010 that still supports only 3GB/s transfer rates... Read more >>

Apple smart TVs to be called 'iPanel'?...

Ed, Apr 10 2012 09:05 PM in Apple News
If there's one product that's hotly anticipated in the next 12 months, it's got to be the forthcoming Apple TV set. Samsung and other leading brands of LCD TVs have been peddling their smart TVs, yet Apple's remained largely hush on th... Read more >>

Apple announces new MacBooks and more at WWDC 2012

Ed, Jun 12 2012 02:08 PM in Apple News
Apple's highly anticipated WWDC 2012 began yesterday afternoon in San Francisco. Apple’s CEO Tim Cook delivered a keynote speech highlighting what the company has been working on recently. Quite a few things have been said so we present you the sum... Read more >>

Apple Senior VP of Hardware Retires

TH3L4UGH1NGM4N, Jun 29 2012 05:01 AM in Apple News
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Early builds of Apple’s upcoming OS X 10.9 incl...

Mr.D., Nov 20 2012 06:31 AM in Apple News
Sources say that early builds of OS X 10.9 integrate Apple’s Siri voice command software much like Apple’s newest iPad models running iOS 6. Early builds in testing of the next-generation Mac operating system, OS X 10.9, point to Siri and Maps integration coming to Mac computers next year, according to sources. Read more >>

Apple wins big in US, strikes out worldwide

Mr.D., Aug 24 2012 07:18 AM in Apple News
It appears the only place that Apple can win its lawsuits is the US. Tokyo District Judge Tamotsu Shoji ruled Friday morning that Samsung did not infringe upon Apple's patents. Apple sued Samsung last year in Japan, claiming the Galaxy S, Galaxy Ta... Read more >>

Mac Pros gets a new video card and Samsung loos...

Mr.D., Sep 08 2012 12:17 AM in Apple News
Apple Reduces Memory Chip Orders From Samsung Apple has ordered less memory chips for its upcoming next-gen iPhone from Samsung in order to diversify its sourcing portfolio. The decision, according to a source that spoke with Reuters news service, has... Read more >>

It's almost here.

TH3L4UGH1NGM4N, Sep 10 2012 01:31 PM in Apple News
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Apple announces all-new iPhone 5 with 4" di...

Ed, Sep 12 2012 07:43 PM in Apple News
After disappointing many avid iPhone fanboys last year with the release of the incremental upgrade, the iPhone 4S, Apple indulged its customers by releasing an all-new iPhone, and has dubbed it the iPhone 5. The most obvious difference is the increase... Read more >>

Here is one way to get people to use Windows Ph...

Mr.D., Sep 15 2012 05:32 AM in Apple News
Microsoft gifts full-time employees with Surface tablets, Windows 8 phones and PCs Reprising a Windows Phone 7 giveaway from back in 2010, Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer announced at the company's annual event that all 90,000 or so full-time employ... Read more >>

Apple announces all new iMac with Ivy Bridge

Ed, Oct 23 2012 05:56 PM in Apple News
When it rains, it pours! After being relatively starved of Mac updates this year, we get a whole slew in one go, with arguably the most radical one being the all-new iMac. The new iMacs feature Intel's Ivy Bridge architecture with Core i5 and... Read more >>

Snow Leopard still more popular than Lion

Ed, Jan 07 2013 09:43 PM in Apple News
Version 10.6 of Mac OS X, Snow Leopard, ended 2012 as still the second most popular Mac operating system, beaten only by the current version, Mountain Lion, and just edging its successor, Lion, which sits in third place according to stats from netmarke... Read more >>

Apple taking last orders for Mac Pro in Europe

Ed, Feb 04 2013 10:45 PM in Apple News
Apple has sent letters to resellers across Europe informing them to place their final orders for Mac Pro machines by February 18th as Apple will no longer be selling the professional towers from March 1st onwards in Europe. The reason behind the unusu... Read more >>

Apple releases iOS 6.1.1 for iPhone 4S

Ed, Feb 11 2013 10:52 PM in Apple News
Apple has today released an incremental update to iOS 6 for iPhone 4S users. iOS 6.1.1 addresses battery and 3G issues that some iPhone 4S users were experiencing after "upgrading" from iOS 6.0 to 6.1: an issue so widespread that Vodafone in th... Read more >>

AMD 7950 for Mac made easier

TH3L4UGH1NGM4N, Mar 05 2013 11:56 PM in Apple News
What is white on the outside yet still gpu powered on the inside with the words “Mac® Edition” etched on the side? Read more >>

iWatch Coming to a wrist near you?

Mr.D., Mar 11 2013 04:17 PM in Apple News
Are you a fan of tiny wearable computers? Does the idea of wearing glasses make you want to shake your fist at Google? The rumors are flying fast and furious about Apple developing an iWatch - an iOS capable device that you would wear on your wrist... like a watch. Read more >>

Working Apple I signed by Woz sold for $671K

Ed, May 27 2013 08:39 PM in Apple News
This incredible Apple I computer in full working order was auctioned on the weekend for a whopping $671,400. Reported by the Bits blog over at the NY Times, the buyer who scooped one of the very few remaining working examples of Apple's first ever com... Read more >>

Openness extending to iOS?

TH3L4UGH1NGM4N, May 29 2013 11:22 AM in Apple News
The topic of openness between iOS and third party developers has been revisited again with words directly from the company’s CEO Tim Cook. Read more >>

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