A new report provides both a model number and pricing for Apple’s next-gen Apple TV, expected to be announced today alongside the next iPad.
It has begun. The Apple Store has gone down ahead of Apple’s big iPad event, likely being loaded with all manner of goodies that Apple will be announcing in just a few hours.
Chronic Wire points out some details from debug screenshots originally posted by BRG that suggest the next iPad will indeed feature 1GB of RAM.
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Skype has released version 5.6 of their Mac client, bringing support for full screen mode in OS X Lion, improved group calling, and automatic updates, as well as bug fixes and other minor enhancements.
Parallels has released an update to their popular Parallels Desktop 7 virtualization software, adding official support for the installation of OS X Mountain Lion Developer Preview and the Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
Adobe announced the final version of Photoshop Lightroom 4 this morning for $149 with new features to appeal to both professional and amateur photographers alike, including video editing features.
Using Find my iPhone, San Jose police were able to track down a stolen iPad, and discover one of the nation’s single largest crystal meth stockpiles ever in the process!
The Verge reports that tomorrow’s iPad announcement will feature a dual-core A5X-powered iPad with 4G LTE support and 1GB of RAM, as well as a new Apple TV with 1080p video capabilities.
The final Gold Master build of iOS 5.1 has now reportedly passed vigorous quality assurance testing at Apple, suggesting that the update may be announced or released at tomorrow’s iPad event.
iFixit have released a kit and guides for installing a second hard drive in your 21.5 or 27 inch mid 2011 iMac.
After featuring at CES earlier this year, Elgato has released the first Thunderbolt SSD to the market. It is available in 120GB or 240GB configurations.
Reuters adds their report to several recent claims that the iPad 3 (or iPad HD) will feature support for high-speed 4G LTE data.
9to5Mac reports that Apple’s latest move in its legal crusade against Android involves getting a court order to force Google, the maker of Android software, to produce documents detailing the Android roadmap and its proposed $12.5 billion acquisition of handset maker Motorola Mobility.
According to a “reliable” Apple Store source, Apple’s next-gen iPad is set to hit store shelves on March 16th, nine days after tomorrow’s announcement.