This one is big, the next generation MacBook Pro was announced this morning, with, yes, a Retina Display! It also has two thunderbolt ports, USB 3.0, HDMI, and SSD flash storage. We now have an in-depth look at it for you.
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This morning at the WWDC, Phil Schiller took the stage and announced updates to the popular MacBook Pro lineup. What are we getting? Let’s look!
This morning at the WWDC, Phil Schiller took the stage and announced updates to the popular MacBook Air lineup. What’s in store? Here we go!
MacRumors has reported a “mystery banner” that is still covered outside the WWDC 2012 Keynote Hall in Moscone Center. I’m sure we’re all holding our collective breaths to see what will be revealed when the tarp comes down. We’ll be sure to report as soon as we find out.
Today’s the day! The WWDC Keynote will begin at 10AM Pacific Time, 1PM Eastern. The rumors have been flying hot and heavy, so we’re just going to collect them all here before the keynote, and then we’ll sift through them afterwards! So here they are, in no particular ranking of feasibility, the last minute WWDC rumors…
It’s the weekend before the WWDC, and we tried to get an exclusive interview with Siri, but she was really close mouthed about things! Nothing about the WWDC, iOS 6, or the rumor she might wind up on the new iPad. If she decides to talk, you’ll be the first to know.
Monday is the day! The day when we find out all about the upcoming latest and greatest version of iOS. What can we expect from the new version of our favorite mobile operating system? What improvements are coming our way?
Next Monday at the WWDC, we should find out all the new features of iOS 6. What features are the “Most Wanted”? Here’s my list for the “Top 10 Most Wanted Features in iOS 6”. (In no particular rank, the numbers are just because I REALLY like Top 10 lists…)
Steve Job’s was always the face of Apple’s product launches while he was alive, but it wasn’t a one-man show. Phil Schiller, the company’s senior vice president of product marketing, was usually around as the humorous counteract to Apple’s cool, polished chief executive officer.
Suppliers are said to be less concerned about Apple reducing production of the iPhone 4S ahead of a new iPhone model, as sales of the 2011 model smartphone are remaining strong.
Apple has reached an A$2.25 million penalty settlement with an Australian consumer right watchdog, after being accused of falsely advertising its new iPad as “4G” capable in the country.
Apple’s decision to keep the iPad 2 available for a lower price is turning out to be a good business move. The iPad 2 is definitely attracting the attention of the budget-conscious consumer, suggesting it’s taking sales away from lower priced competitors like the Kindle Fire.
Information Technology managers, you may have been able to keep Apple’s Mac out of your Windows PC dominated enterprise in the past, but the era of “no Macs allowed” in the working world is swiftly coming to an end.
A new survey of U.S. phone buyers shows that 73 percent choose the iPhone 4S, and 38 percent of new iPhone buyers are switching from Android or Blackberry smartphones.
Are you an advertiser looking for more bang for your buck from mobile advertising, or a developer considering an ad-supported mobile app? A new study says you’re likely to get a better return on your money and effort from iOS devices than Android phones or tablets.
Apple has had huge success in getting the iPad into the hands of senior executives and board members since the launch of the device two years ago. But, Joe Kremer, Dell Australia’s managing director, will not give up on the tablet computing race. He says “shiny” devices like the iPad are too difficult for business to support.