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Latest Apple & Mac News
Following the release of OS X Mavericks on October 22, and the release of a minor update to Mail to fix issues with Gmail account issues, Apple has now released the first beta of OS X 10.9.21 to developers. Apple has asked developers to focus on Mail, Graphics Drivers and VoiceOver while testing the update.
Hey, what’s an Apple product launch without an issue or two? It seems some Retina iPad minis are demonstrating image retention issues.
Google’s subscription music service app – Google Play Music – has arrived on the iPhone, some six months after it was initially promised. Google is also offering a free one-month trial of its subscription service.
Apple’s head of marketing, Phil Schiller, on Thursday took the stand in a damages retrial against Samsung with only 11 minutes left in the session. He testified that the iPhone was a “bet the company” product, and that now the entire company works on the product in one way or the other.
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer joins the ranks of companies that are transitioning their employees away from BlackBerry to iPhones and Android devices.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn shared with us back in August that he had taken “a large position” in Apple, but at the time it was unknown as to just how much stock he had purchased. Speculation at the time put the amount at more than $1 billion.
Apple has updated Aperture to version 3.5.1. The professional photo editing and cataloging app’s update includes fixes for face detection, white balance, and more.
Do you want your Apple TV to look like a stack of waffles, but you don’t want to get syrup all over your media center? Then the folks at Killer Duck Decals have you covered – So to speak.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere, who has a cool magenta Batman themed Twitter page, has tweeted to his followers: “The iPad mini with Retina display is now available on @TMobile. We don’t have many yet, so order yours asap! t-mo.co/1csyakl”
Apple has had a busy day today, with updates to iOS 7.0.4, Apple TV, and the iTunes U and iBooks iOS apps. Now they’ve unleashed new features for iWork for iCloud.
Companies who make their money buying used iPhones, unlocking them, and then reselling them, are finding that the methods that allowed them to unlock handsets for use on any compatible network aren’t working any more on AT&T handsets.
Apple and Samsung continue to grab all of the profits in the mobile device market, with the two giants grabbing an amazing 109% of the profits. That figure is possible because all other competitors in the category are losing money!
Following the release of iOS 7.0.3 about three weeks ago, Apple has now released yet another incremental update: iOS 7.0.4. The update appears relatively minor, and includes a variety of general bug fixes and improvements, as well as a fix for a FaceTime call failure issue that some users have been experiencing.
Apple has redesigned its iBooks app for iOS, giving it a “beautiful new design for iOS 7.” The updated app includes a completely remodeled iBookstore.
While Apple’s cases for their iPhone 5s and 5c have proven popular, it seems most iPhone owners have no idea who made their case.