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Apple seeded the first build of OS X 10.9.5 Mavericks to developers on Wednesday. The build is labeled as 13F7. The company released OS X 10.9.4 to the public one month ago.
We’re not afraid to admit that we’re fans of Conan O’Brien. (A little embarrassed, but not afraid.) And we’ll also admit that he has presented some great Apple-related videos. This is not one of them. Matt Walsh shows how to make your own iPad by using materials you have laying around your house.
The much-rumored new Apple TV has yet to show its face on the shelves of your local Apple Store, and a new report from The Information claims you won’t be seeing it there until 2015.
FreedomPop, the free mobile service company that offers free voice, text and data to customers, has announced that it is now offering discounted LTE tablets with free data, as well as expanding the tablet’s functionality to allow phone capabilities. FreedomPop will offer iPad mini and Samsung Tab 3 tablets as part of the deal. The deal includes 500 MB of LTE data, 200 voice minutes and 500 texts free per month.
Russia has asked Apple to give the Russian government access to the company’s source code to ensure that its iOS devices and Mac computers aren’t being used for spying.
Tuesday saw the release of a new encrypted phone app for the iPhone. Signal, released by open source software group Open Whisper Systems, allows users to make secure calls on the iPhone at no cost.
Apple has sent out an email to customers about their state’s upcoming no-tax holiday. The emails, sent to customers in the nine U.S. states with a no-tax holiday, reminds customers that they can buy Apple products, including computers and software – either in their local Apple Stores or online – and pay no sales tax during their state’s no-tax period.
Apple’s support page for Boot Camp was recently update, and included references to both a “Mid 2014″ Mac mini, and a “Mid 2014″ 27-inch iMac.” Both references have reportedly been removed from the page, but a cached version of the page shows both models.
It appears Ford does truly have “a better idea” when it comes to mobile devices for use by its employees, as the car maker is planning to transition away from the use of BlackBerry devices, providing approximately 3,300 workers with iPhones by the end of the year.
An unknown number of MacBooks were stolen last night in a smash-and-grab theft at the Southpoint Mall Apple Store location in Durham, North Carolina. The MacBook units were on display in the front section of the store.
Popcorn Time, the somewhat questionable service that allows you to stream movie torrents just like they were Netflix content, is adding another great feature to their Mac and PC clients. The service will soon add AirPlay ability to both clients, allowing viewing of the torrents on your Apple TV.
Sure, PDF has had its day, and it’s been a good run. But today you need more than just a static PDF file to grab readers’ attention. Enter Flip PDF for Mac, a powerful flip book creator that allows users to quickly and easily convert ordinary PDF files into mobile friendly, eye-catching digital media with engaging page-flipping effects.
Apple filed a motion with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in California yesterday, to officially end its pursuit of a product sales ban against older Samsung devices.
Apple TV now boasts two more channels in its streaming lineup, as it has today added financial news channel CNBC and the FOX NOW network to its platform.
Apple has expanded AppleCare+ coverage for both iPhones and iPads to customers in both Mexico and Sweden, further expanding international availability of the extended warranty program.