It’s another weekend, a two day break from the work day world. Time to kick back, watch a game on TV, do some errands, maybe fix that creaky board in the hallway, and most importantly, time for “Siri Says the Darndest Things”!
Latest Apple & Mac News
In this video Mac tip I show you how to turn off the new restore windows feature that was released with the Mac OS X Lion operating system.
After the original iPad had launched, dozens of companies who didn’t give a rat’s ass about tablets just months before suddenly decided it would be a good idea to create one. Now, two years later, these companies are still trying to catch up.
Apple has sent an email to customers announcing that their iWork.com public beta will be shutting down on July 31, 2012. The move is part of Apple’s ongoing transition to iCloud, which is designed to replace the functions that iWork.com once served.
Among the many great upgrades included in the new iPad is a fantastic new 5 megapixel iSight camera with the same advanced optics and features as the iPhone 4S camera. But just how good is the new iPad’s camera? Take a look for yourself.
We have hooked up with Avid to give away 5 copies of Avid Studio for iPad – a powerful and full-featured video editor for the iPad. Avid Studio for iPad would normally set you back $4.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
It looks like Apple got Samsung’s attention with the announcement of the new iPad, as the company’s PR folks quickly slapped together a skewed comparison of their upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1 versus Apple’s new iPad.
If you’re still planning to pre-order the new iPad, now would be a good time. Shipping times are beginning to slip in countries across the world, and will likely continue to do so.
Apple will invest over $300 million in a new campus in Austin, Texas, which should provide 3,600 more jobs and further contribute to the Texan economy.
We’ve gotten word from a number of readers (and other sources) that their new iPad pre-orders have already begun shipping from China for delivery on Friday.
Need to run Office 2010, or Quicken on your Mac, but just can’t bring yourself to defile it by installing Windows via Boot Camp or even a virtual environment like Parallels? You’re in luck, as Codeweavers announces CrossOver XI.
During the new iPad announcement on Wednesday, Apple announced it would drop the price of the Wi-Fi only 16GB iPad 2 to $399. It was assumed the price drop would take effect on March 16th, the new iPad’s launch date.
Intuit announced last December that it would be developing a version of its Quicken 2007 for Mac software compatible with OS X Lion. The software is now available directly from Quicken.
Thunderbolt speeds could get even faster as Intel want to implement PCI-Express 3.0 technology, which should considerably increase transfer speeds. As if it wasn’t fast enough already…
@twittercomms has published a graph of iPad-related Twitter activity during Apple’s keynote on Wednesday. The peak moments were when Apple announced the price and next generation wireless.
In this video Mac tip we take a look at how to show connected drives directly on your desktop when you have a new Mac or have installed a new operating system.