Here at MacTrast, we love our readers – so much so that we have a pressing urge to give things away! In that spirit, we announce our next Twitter-based giveaway. Now, it won’t be quite as dramatic as our last giveaway, but then again, they can’t all be, right? Nevertheless, we think you’ll like this.
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MacStories, who reported that promo codes were not available on the app store back in December, has reported that promo codes are now available in the Mac App Store. Like iOS promo codes, 50 codes will be available per-version and…
There’s an interesting new rumor circulating suggesting that sources for MacNotes.de have shared information with them about an event that Apple has planned for next week to showcase the iPad 2. Their sources also allegedly spoke of the iPad 2’s…
If I had a dollar for every time an Android fan boy verbally assaulted me for using an iPhone 4, I’d never have to buy my own drinks again. However, the same sheeple who call Apple’s platform a “walled garden” and tout the open-ness of their own platform fail to realize a certain critical point: Google’s so-called openness is not quite what it seems.
This is a pretty interesting infographic analyzing the business empires of Apple and IKEA and compares their main differences. I for one didn’t think that the CEO of IKEA would be worth 4 times more than Apple CEO, Steve Jobs.
Netgear CEO Patrick Lo suffers from massive brain fail as he tells members of the press that Steve Jobs needs to “go away” for Apple to be more open. He has since apologized. But the damage has been done.
It’s no coincidence that the early iPhone ads were backed by a track aptly titled ʻPerfect Timingʼ. A key part of Appleʼs success since the return of Steve Jobs has been their ability to choose the optimal opportunities at which to unveil new products, introduce new features and release corporate news.
You just can’t find good customer service agents these days.
Those Google loving guys over at Groupon have a great special offering for those interested in attending MacWorld, San Francisco. For only $10 you can live it up at the geekiest Apple focused event of the year!
Love it or hate it, iTunes sucks for one reason and one reason only. Until they remove this ridiculous term from their license agreement, I will never use iTunes.
I recently returned from the 2011 CES convention in Las Vegas, and I must say, it was quite a week! Although I am not a fan of Vegas (quite hate it really), I was nevertheless overwhelmed by the overall CES experience. Read on to learn more about my experiences and discover why we live in such an amazing, digital world.
Apple have never really had iTunes challenged. That was the case up until Spotify arrived. The Swedish based upstart have received massive praise for their innovative approach of supplying music. Today they announced a partnership that will see them move closer to challenging iTunes.
We asked Mark, a web designer, what is rocking in his dock while he is busy pushing pixels. From the obvious Adobe editing products, to a range of productivity apps, Mark has an interesting range of apps that he uses each day in this design work.
Well, CES 2011 is in full swing with an enormous amount of product introduction and accessories, it appears that Apple is once again looming over the entire event. While these products are being showcased for the first time on a major scale in their own right, they are doing so with the intent of dethroning Apple with each introduction.
What was the best thing Apple released in 2010? A simple question that we posted on Twitter with many replies. Find out what Apple product was most loved in 2010.
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