Following the news that Apple will be officially supporting game controllers in both iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks through new developer APIS, Apple is rumored to be working with both Logitech and MOGA on upcoming game controllers. Utah-based company iFrogz, however, might just beat them to the punch with their upcoming Caliber Advantage controller for iOS 7.
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Apple has released updates for Java SE 6 for all current versions of OS X today – OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, OS X 10.7 Lion, and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. The update is is relatively minor, and aimed at improving security and overall reliability.
Writing for a tech blog like MacTrast, I find myself doing a lot of Google Searches, screen captures, and bouncing back and forth between multiple windows and apps. I recently had the opportunity to try out Shape Magic. This Mac app claims to speed up your daily workflow by supplying a central app to manage windows, take screenshots, and search the web. Let’s take a look.
The Verge reports that FiftyThree, the team behind Paper, the highest grossing app in the App Store, has received $15 million in investment funding to create what it says will be the Office suite of a more creative future.
Testimony from Apple executive Keith Moerer in the e-book price fixing trial has revealed that Apple holds approximately 20% of the U.S. e-book market. That number is roughly double previous estimates from third-party observers.
Yesterday, Japanese part supplier Moumantai posted a few photos of what is claimed to be the actual logic board from Apple’s next-gen iPhone. This morning, a separate supplier posted images of a claimed next-gen iPhone front panel – and to our great interest, it appears to be a perfect fit for the leaked logic board, adding a bit more legitimacy to both leaked photos.
It’s just been a week since the Mac Pro was previewed at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, and two Mac hosting providers have already announced their plans to utilize the new power-houses.
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It seems that Apple hasn’t completely forgotten about their TV-related “hobby,” as a new video shows that iTunes Radio and a new Conference Room Display mode are under development for the little black box.
One big problem continually presents itself in today’s always on the go, always connected lifestyle, keeping your device charged and ready to go. AT&T, solar kit manufacturer Goal Zero, and Brooklyn’s Pensa Design are attempting to resolve that problem, with Street Charge, a solar-based charging unit.
AT&T is reported to be rolling out support for Apple’s FaceTime video call app for the iPhone on its cellular network. The carrier had promised to support all video chat apps over their wireless network by the end of the year.
Adobe announced in May that it would be putting its Creative Suite to rest and would be focusing on its new Creative Cloud subscription based suite of apps, which include Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, Dreamweaver CC, and more. Today, updates to those apps are available to users on a subscription basis.
At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference last week, Jony Ive was included in the presentation video for iOS 7. Observers noticed a change in his title, instead of his usual title of “SVP of Industrial Design,” his title had been shortened to: “SVP of Design.”
One of the main features of OS X 10.9 Mavericks that was demonstrated at WWDC 2013 is the ability for the new OS to use full-screen apps on different displays while in a multi-monitor set up.
I’ve always been fascinated by 3D modeling and rendering programs. Sadly, I am a “I want it now!” type of person, and just didn’t have the patience for learning how to create and place objects, and then wait for them to render. I expected more of the same when I was asked to review RaySupreme from BrainDistrict, but I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised with this application.
Twitter user Sonny Dickson has leaked numerous screenshots of what the iOS 7 beta will possibly look like once it’s released for use on the iPad. The images were obtained via the simulator feature of Apple’s XCode developer platform. The design seems to fall in line with what we’ve seen so far from screenshots of iOS 7 on the iPhone.