For a long time, Apple has been using a person named John Appleseed to demo the iPhone and other devices in their keynotes. So who is exactly is John Appleseed and where did he originally come from?
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In case you missed the live stream of Apple’s media event yesterday, the full video has now been posted online on Apple’s live broadcast page, and as a podcast download through iTunes, with all the details on Apple’s sleek new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the highly anticipated new Apple Watch.
Following Apple’s massive iPhone 6 and iWatch event earlier today, the company has now also released iTunes 11.4, which includes full support for iOS 8.
Apple’s big event is now at an end – and without a second to lose, Apple has already seeded the Gold Master of iOS 8 to developers!
Good news, everyone! Following the release of the third developer betas of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite on July 7th, Apple has now just released the 4th developer previews of both releases as well – right in line with expectations.
The day of Apple’s WWDC keynote has finally arrived, and the anticipation is higher than ever! With the plethora of rumors that have already been circulating, it seems we have plenty to look forward to. Check out our expectations for the event, and stay tuned to this post for the latest!
Following the recent public release of the 10.9.3 update to OS X Mavericks, Apple has now begun seeding the first beta of their next Mavericks update, OS X 10.9.4, to developers, as well as members of AppleSeed. Apple recently opened up OS X Mavericks beta access to the general public as well, looping anyone with interest into the AppleSeed program for Mavericks.
While it should basically be common sense for jailbreakers to avoid upgrading to the latest version of iOS until the “coast is clear,” Apple’s highly anticipated release of iOS 7.1 this morning makes us think this warning bears repeating. Noted…
Recently, we told you how you could set up custom vibration alerts in iOS 7. This can be useful for people that keep their iPhone on silent – you can tell exactly what sort of notification your iPhone is trying to give you without having to even so much as remove it from your pocket! Today, we take it to the next level.
Have you ever needed to type something into your iPad, but didn’t have a bluetooth keyboard with you? Typing directly on the screen can be a pain. Fortunately, a handy app called Type2Phone ($4.99, Mac App Store) can help you out by allowing you to use your Mac as a keyboard for your iPad!
The latest and most complete account of the new Mac Pro’s repairability comes from the guys at iFixit, who have finally gotten their hands on a new Mac Pro, and ripped it to shreds to show us all exactly what makes it tick. Here’s a few highlights!
It’s that time of year again – the 2013 holiday season is upon us, and the year is swiftly winding to an end. We’re grateful for all of this year’s ups and downs – the events, the excitement, and especially, all of you – our wonderful readers that make it possible to do what we do.
Many business people, or people sensitive about their phones making noises that may disturb others, tend to leave their iPhones on silent mode much of the time. While this is great for reducing noise, it can make it difficult to tell the difference between the various types of notification buzzes generated by your iPhone.
Following confirmation that the device will have upgradable RAM and SSDs (and even the graphics card, if manufacturers produce them in the new form factor), a teardown performed by OWC reveals that the processor is replaceable and upgradable as well!
Looking to save some money on Mac and iOS apps and iTunes music? Best Buy is currently offering 15% off of $100 iTunes gift cards, making this a great time to load up your account with some extra dough!
Following our earlier report (and confirmation from Feral) that Feral Games is adding experimental PlayStation 4 controller support to many of their Mac games, we’ve now confirmed that Feral and Aspyr Games are also adding full PS4 Controller support to any and all future Mac games that they release as well!