Tim Cook took the stage at the 2013 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference keynote today, and led off with some amazing numbers.
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As is customary, the Apple Store is down in anticipation of the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
In a little under 3 hours Tim Cook will take to the stage at WWDC to announce updates to Apple’s vast collection of products and services. OS X 10.9/OS X 11, iOS 7, a new iRadio music streaming service and Apple’s iCloud service will take center stage, and there have been plenty of rumors about new Macs (including the Retina MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac Pro), but of all announcements, which one has you most excited?
Adobe has announced the immediate availability of Photoshop Lightroom 5, their photo management and manipulation software. Adobe highlights six major new and improved features found in Lightroom 5, and the update also includes a number of other smaller features and updates.
The usually reliable Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities expects Apple to refresh their iMac lineup with Intel’s latest generation Haswell processor, most likely in the June/July timeframe.
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9to5Mac says they were able to get a quick peek at an early beta version of iOS 7. While they couldn’t share actual screenshots, they did come up with some nice mockups of what they saw.
An “Apple Events” channel has shown up on users’ Apple TV main menus today, revealing the company’s plans to allow Apple TV users to view a live stream of today’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote.
How can we best describe this edition of Weekend Funnies. “Mish-Mash – A collection or mixture of unrelated things; a hodgepodge.” Yeah, that’ll do it.
Depending on how long you’ve been using Apple products, Apple’s website might be fairly new to you – and even if you are a long-time veteran of Apple and their products, it can be fun to take a little trip down memory lane. So lets jump in the time machine and discover what’s it’s been like throughout the last 15 years!
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch. As we draw near to WWDC on Monday, there is a certain holiday feel in the air for Apple fans. The annual conference will make a change for iOS 7 and OS X and we couldn’t be more excited.
The Mac version of SimCity has been delayed once again, this time until August, in order to prevent issues from marring the game’s launch on OS X.
There can be little doubt that smartphones and mobile apps have transformed the way we perform a lot of our daily tasks. They’ve even transformed entire industries. But exactly how big has the impact of mobile apps really been on the world?
Apple’s WWDC keynote is on Monday, and rumors abound about what will be announced. But what can we really expect, what can we possibly expect, and what rumors are so far out there that Plastic Man would throw his arm out of the socket reaching for them?
Following our earlier report that Apple’s Mac Pro retail stock is drying up at the majority of Apple resellers, it appears that Apple has now taken measure to reduce their own inventory even further. The company has listed every single model in their current Mac Pro inventory in the refurbished section of their store, with significant discounts of up to 24%.
As Apple continues to prepare San Francisco’s Moscone Center ahead of Monday’s WWDC keynote kickoff, gorgeous new full-frame banners have been unveiled at the convention center, officially confirming both iOS 7 and OS X 10.9.