Mac News

What’s Happening With New iMacs And SSDs: The Real Story

Posted on 04/05/2011 by J. Glenn Künzler

Yesterday I reported that one of the BTO options for the new iMacs is a dual-drive configuration with one HDD and one SSD. New information has come to light revealing that the new iMacs report the union as a single volume. Interested in what’s happening and how it works? Read on.


iFixit Post Teardown Of New 21.5″ iMac

Posted on 04/05/2011 by J. Glenn Künzler

The genius at iFixit have done it again – purchased Apple latest and greatest just to tear it to shreds. They have posted their teardown of the new 2011 21.5″ iMac, and they’ve uncovered some really interesting facts.


Mini Displayport to HDMI Adapter For Macbook Pro

Posted on 03/05/2011 by Cormac Moylan

Cheap Mini Display Port Adapter For Macbook Pro

A Belkin mini displayport to HDMI adapter will set you back $29.95 from the Apple Store. The price will come to around $33 after delivery is considered. However, if you purchase from eBay you will save up to $20 on your purchase.


Apple Store Is Down… New iMacs?

Posted on 03/05/2011 by Cormac Moylan

OMG? New iMacs? It is widely rumored that Apple will today introduce us to an iMac refresh. Thunderbolt and SandyBridge processors are extremely likely with other enhancements to the camera and maybe (just maybe) the possibility of an SSD drive (unlikely though).


New 2011 iMacs Likely Coming Tommorow

Posted on 02/05/2011 by J. Glenn Künzler

New iMacs

There’s been a lot of recent speculation that the new iMacs should be coming out soon. Now, AppleInsider is reporting that in fact the new iMacs may be released as early as tomorrow, May 3.


Review: KBCovers OS X Shortcuts Keyboard Cover

Posted on 27/04/2011 by J. Glenn Künzler

I have always used a keyboard cover for as long as I’ve owned a Mac. KBCovers has often been the brand I keep under my fingers, and now they have some covers that can help you be more productive while you type!


Switch Between Multiple iTunes Accounts Through AppleScript

Posted on 25/04/2011 by Jakob Hultman

Do you, like me, have more than one iTunes Store account? Maybe even a few international ones? Then you know very well how frustrating it is to sign out, change store, sign in and then buy content. Cry no more. There’s an AppleScript for that. Redditor TinyLebowski has shared his AppleScript that lets you change account in the blink of an eye.