Apple today launched FaceTime via the App Store for $0.99. This release allows 720p video calling from Mac to Mac. The latest Macbook Pro range include Facetime HD Cameras for a more crisp display and the app comes pre-installed.
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Three of the more interesting updates coming in the summer release of Mac OS X Lion include Mail.app 5, Air Drop, & Versions. OS X lion will inherit a lot of the features and characteristics of the iOS operating system…
OS X Lion is arriving this summer. Apple today issued a press release confirming a lot of the new features, including Versions, new Mail.app, Launchpad, Mission Control, Full Screen Display, and File Encryption.
Here is the official line from Apple Inc regarding their newly revamped Macbook Pro range. Highlights include next generation processors, enhanced graphics, and thunderbolt I/O technology.
It’s the worst kept secret ever. But the brand spankin’ new Macbook Pros have finally arrived. The 13″ model starts from $1,199, the 15″ from $1,799, and the 17″ from a massive $2,499.
It is commonly accepted by the corporate world that Microsoft have an established position as the de-facto business-class operating system used by the vast majority of offices across the globe. They make great software, and if you want to run this software you’ve typically had to buy PCs and notebooks with their OS and Office suite pre-installed.
Speculation abounds about Apple’s new Light Peak-based Thunderbolt technology. In this article, we speculate about what the inclusion of ThuderBolt I/O could mean for modern and future Macs.
According to The Loop, Apple has already send out media invites for their March 2ns event to unveil the iPad 2. According to the invitation received by The Loop, the event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 10:00 am. This is the same venue Apple has used to introduce a number of products in recent years.
According to Tech Crunch, an updated version of Final Cut Pro is expected to be released Spring 2011. According to their sources, a small group of video editors was recently invited to Apple’s campus to to preview the changes.
According to TechCrunch, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion may sport an entirely new interface in addition to the other enhancements we have been expecting, such as Mission Control. They also claim that a developer beta of Lion should be available soon.
According to Engadget (via MacRumors, fscklog, and Mac4Ever), Light Peak will likely be coming to MacBook Pro’s on Thursday, branded as ThunderBold I/O. This information is derived from a supposedly leaked specification printout for the new 13″ MacBook Pro, as well as a picture of the port on a 13″ chassis.
Could there be a bigger leak? Probably not. It’s crazy how much is already known about the new Macbook Pro range. Check inside for an image showing the full spec of the 13″ model and images of the larger trackpad and the new high speed data/display port “Thunderbolt”.
An anonymous source has provided us with reliable information to indicate that Thursday’s MacBook Pro models will include an embedded SSD, as well as retaining the optical drive as standard. In addition, units are rumors to keep the aluminum unibody enclosure.
According to All Things Digital, there has now been a media event scheduled for the widely anticipated iPad 2. There are many expectations floating about regarding the iPad 2, but the most likely ones seem to be that it is getting thinner and lighter, and receiving a standard memory/processor upgrade.
According to AppleInsider, Apple is telling some stores to expect to receive a sealed package that is not to be opened until instructed. The package is said to possible contain new MacBook Pros, and possibly refreshed iMac models.
Multiple reports from various sources seem to indicate that the iPad 2 may be somewhat more compact, have dual cameras, and may be getting support for an upcoming Light Peak implementation on Macs.