We have hooked up a local retailer to give away 5 copies of Aperture 3 – Apple’s powerful prosumer photo editing software! Aperture would normally cost you a whopping $80, but thanks to a generous donation from a local retailer, we’re giving away 5 copies today absolutely free! Hooray for surplus retail licenses!
Despite the importance of certain digital goods, most people do not safeguard their data the same way they might safeguard a birth certificate or house title. And why not? Well – a large hard drive is of little use to you if it’s locked in a fire safe. But what if there was a fire safe specifically for your data? As it turns out, there is. Say hello to the ioSafe Solo G3.
Earlier this week, Intel officially released their latest 4th-gen Haswell processors – including a more power-friendly version perfect for the MacBook Air. And speaking of the MacBook Air, 9to5Mac has gotten their hands on additional confirmation that Apple is preparing to launch new models of the popular notebook at WWDC!
RedUser.net forum user and video professional Andrew Baird claims to have some inside information about Apple’s new Pro-level Mac, stating that the new Mac Pro would definitely be worth the wait. What’s more, the information appears to have originated with Apple’s project manager for the new machine, Douglas Brooks!
Apple released a minor, yet useful update to their Aperture prosumer photo editing app today, bringing the version up to 3.8.4. The update brings a number of un-named “stability improvements,” as well as fixes for various issues relating to external memory cards.
A new research note from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who has an excellent track record when it comes to Apple rumors, as well as dwindling supplies of current MacBooks give us even more cause to expect new MacBooks (and maybe even a new Mac Pro) to be unveiled at Apple’s WWDC event.
Apple’s WWDC conference is almost upon us, and with the expectation that the company will unveil new Macs at the event, I decided to do a bit of checking around on retail stock levels. What I found, somewhat to my surprise, was a remarkable shortage of Apple’s entry-level Mac Pro.
With Apple’s June 10th WWDC keynote right around the corner, many are wondering what to expect Apple to unveil at the event. Noted Apple journalist Jim Dalrymple – known for his familiarity with Apple at virtually all levels – sheds some light on the matter, noting that for starters, we should not expect new iOS devices.
Opera has released the latest version of its web browser for Mac and Windows, completely rebuilt from the ground up! The browser, dubbed Opera Next, is currently still a beta of sorts, but it sports a beautiful new design, is quite snappy even when loading content-rich pages, and has a look and feel that may redefine Opera’s position in the browser market.
There are a lot of cool things you can do with Apple’s Time Machine backup service in OS X – which has a lot of power tools that most people aren’t aware of. One such feature is the ability to restrict the size of the Time Machine backup. While this isn’t an “official” feature of Time Machine as much as it is various hacks you can perform, it does the job quite well.
Have a small hard drive? Running out of space? Your iPhone, iPod, and iPad backups may be partially to blame. TiPb shares a tip on how to reclaim that lost space. If you have multiple iDevices, and consider that each one can hold anywhere from 8 to 64 gigs of space, it’s easy to see how it can all add up. Here’s how to clean them up!
Intel says the next generation of Apple’s popular MacBook lineup could see as much as a 50% increase in battery life, thanks to the company’s Haswell processor platform.
Photography has become a huge part of people’s everyday lives with the introduction of the digital camera, smart phones and tablets everyone is a photographer. There are plenty of apps on the market to post and share photos, which leads to reproduction of those uploaded images, how do you ensure you get credit where credit is due? Meet Visual Watermark.
Twitter has released an update to their official Mac app today. it includes support for Notification Center, fixes for Growl and more.
Following the discovery of code strings in an OS X 10.8.4 beta revealing that Apple plans to bring gigabit-speed 802.11ac WiFi to future Macs, a new Broadcom chipset has been spotted to add even more evidence to the growing mount. The chip appears to be a custom-designed chip intended for use in an as yet unreleased iMac.
The NPD Group’s latest numbers on domestic Mac sales shows that sales are about even year-over-year for the month of April. One analyst sees that as a potentially positive thing for Apple.