If you’re among those that don’t exactly appreciate what iTunes 11 has to offer, fear not – it’s possible to downgrade to iTunes 10.7! The process is not for the faint of heart, however…
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There are a huge number of Bluetooth speakers available – but what they almost always lack is ruggedness. There aren’t many speakers you could feel good about taking camping, or on an outdoor adventure. That’s where the Braven 625S comes in: A powerful, quality speaker that can handle what life throws at it!
There’s a lot of ways to explore the world and all it has to offer. If you prefer to do it from the comfort of your Mac, you have plenty of options. Of course there’s Google Earth, among a wide variety of other apps. Very few if any, allow you to view earth in a number of ways, whether it’s as a screensaver, applying it as wallpaper, or interactively. Earth 3D by 3Planesoft offers you the ability to navigate the globe in any three ways with over 200 world sights in HD-quality.
Apple has released a significant update to OS X Server for Mountain Lion, making a number of changes, most notably the addition of a software update caching system.
Many customers have been wanting the iPhones and iPad minis in more colors than just black and white. The iPods are multicolored after all, it’s fair enough. While Apple hasn’t been able to provide a solution, Anostyle will replace the white or black with an anodized color of your choice
It’s been over a month now since the iPhone 5 launched, and Apple now seems to have finally caught up with demand for the device. As TUAW notes, ship times for the iPhone 5 are now listed as “In Stock” at the Apple Online Store for many countries.
The Federal Trade Commission apparently has Apple’s back in the company’s battle with Google over standard-essential patents (SEP).
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a preliminary ruling that Apple’s massive iPhone patent is invalid in its entirety upon reexamination.
The Legend of Zelda is a classic game, where the protagonist Link has to go on a quest to save the Princess Zelda. In an awesome take on this classic, the folks at FinalCutKing have shown Link’s journey, except across a range of Macs and iPads. Check it out!
Nielsen has released its Q2 2012 Cross-Platform Report, and it shows that “second-screen” television viewing has become quite popular with smartphone and tablet users.
Japan’s largest wireless carrier NTT DoCoMo said Thursday that customers are leaving their network to sign on with rivals who offer the iPhone. And in South Korea, the iPhone 5 launched on Friday.
If you haven’t gotten around to ordering the new 27-inch iMac yet, don’t expect to receive it in time for Christmas! Apple’s latest shipping estimates for the 27-inch iMac have now been pushed into January, due to limited supplies and high demand.
We have hooked up with O’Reilly to give away 5 copies of AppleScript: The Missing Manual – the ultimate go-to reference for enhancing your productivity with AppleScript! This ebook would normally set you back $23.99, but we’re giving away 5 copies today for free!
We all know the ones. Christmas sweaters can be the most cringe-worthy things around, especially when everyone starts wearing them around this time of year. But what you’ve seen so far is nothing.
The iPad is dominating the Chinese tablet market, according to new data from Chinese research firm Analysys International.
The reservation-only system Apple put in place in China after the near-riot that happened at the iPhone 4S launch appeared to pay off as few crowds showed up for the debut of the iPad mini.