When Apple announced on Tuesday that it would still be selling the iPad 2 alongside the new iPad Air and Retina display iPad mini, not a few observers were at least mildly perplexed. How could Apple still sell such ancient technology? Because you’re still buying it, that’s why!
So, if all of the great features of Mavericks, and its SUPER low price, (Um, FREE!) , haven’t enticed you to upgrade to the latest and greatest version of OS X yet, here’s another point in its favor: Adobe’s Flash Player is sandboxed in Safari version 7.0, to make your computer run better, and more securely.
Apple has issued a firmware update for the Apple TV today, bringing the firmware up to version 6.0.1, build number 11B511d.
You may have seen the new “Pencil” iPad Air commercial, and listened to the smooth, pleasant tones of the narrator talking about the “extremely simple,” yet “extremely powerful” device. Did you know who that voice belongs to?
Apple will be opening the doors of their retail stores a bit earlier than usual on Friday, November 1st, which is the first day customers will have the opportunity to get their hands on a new iPad Air.
There have been a number of reports lately revealing that OS X Mavericks seems to be allowing users to “upgrade illegal or trial version” Apple software obtained outside the Mac App Store. We’ve done some digging, and discovered that this is not a bug – it’s a feature, and a side effect of Apple changing the way they distribute updates.
Apple has announced that their Q4 2013 earnings call will take place on October 28th, at 2:00PM Pacific/5:00PM Eastern.
Some Disney and Pixar Movies Have Reportedly Been Pulled From the iTunes Store, Deleted from Apple TVs
Some Disney and Pixar movies have apparently been pulled from the iTunes Store in the US and UK. At least one report sees an Apple TV user having purchased movies removed from his device without a refund.
Apple showed-off a number of videos at its event yesterday, and has now posted them on their YouTube page.
In the wake of yesterday’s introduction of new Retina MacBook Pro models, the machines have already begun showing up in Geekbench benchmarks.
With the release of OS X Mavericks, websites can now send push notifications to to your Mac’s desktop. Now today, developer Connor LaCombe, has released Pronto Push, a new service that allows you to receive push notifications for any RSS feed.
It’s been less than 24 hours since OS X Mavericks launched in the Mac App Store, and the free OS X upgrade has already grabbed over 7% of all Mac web traffic.
Apple released Aperture 3.5 on Tuesday. The update for Apple’s popular image management and editing app adds support for Apple’s own Maps app in OS X Mavericks, replacing Google maps for photo location tagging.
In addition to other updates, such as those to iWork and iLife, Apple also released revamped versions of their Podcast, Find My iPhone, and iTunes Trailers iOS apps.
China is a very important part of Apple’s business model, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Apple CEO TIm Cook has joined the advisory board of one of the country’s most prestigious universities.
In case you missed the live stream of Apple’s media event today, the full video has now been posted online, with all the details on Apple’s sleek new iPads, the new Retina MacBook Pros, the iPad Air, OS X Mavericks, the Retina iPad Mini, and so much more.