Back in May, the research firm IDC began to class iPads and other portable devices as PCs. By classifying iPads as PCs, a new report now suggests that Apple will become the leading portable PC vendor in 2012, surpassing HP.
Mactrast review two great plugins for Final Cut Pro: Motype and DVShade EasyLooks we gave them both 4\5 read on to find out why!
Steam’s latest sale has just gone live and this time it’s for Mac users as well. Is it going to be huge for gaming on the Mac? Yes it is!!!
Apple is to create 350 new jobs in Cork City, Ireland. Apple already employ nearly 3,000 people in its European HQ in Hollyhill just outside Cork City. The new office space is to be located in the heart of the city just off Patrick St in Half Moon Street and is expected to house sales and support staff
In an interesting twist, Kelly Janeth Mejia, a police officer who normally would recover a stolen iPad, reportedly stole one herself. Security cameras saw her remove it from someone else’s bin at a TSA security checkpoint. Her response to the accusation? “I found it!”
According to market analysts, Apple is looking to become more agressive with iPad 2 sales, and may ship 12-14 million iPads from July to September – an increase from the 7-9 million they shipped this quarter!
If a recent patent can be taken as any clue, Apple may be interested in a new location-based docking system for MacBooks that could change the interface (as well as settings) of a MacBook based on where you place them.
On Tuesday, Apple began selling their official Thunderbolt cable alongside the first 3rd-party Thunderbolt products in the Apple Online Store. The cable was priced at $50, which left many wondering why – iFixit was kind enough to slice one up so you could find out.
Following yesterday’s excitement of Apple releasing their new $49 Thunderbolt cable, selling the first 3rd-party Thunderbolt devices in the Apple Online Store, and issuing a Thunderbolt-related update for all enabled Macs, Apple has now issued three support document for using Thunderbolt on your Mac.
Today Apple posted three new pages to its sight that cover why Macs and iOS devices are the best choices for college students. As usual, the strongest claims here come in regards to iOS devices, particularly the iPad.
Exactly four years ago today, Apple released the much-hyped original iPhone. Not many people predicted back then just how much of a phenomena Apple’s iconic smartphone would become – the iPhone literally changed everything.
Among the many tricks that fandroids (Android fanboys) use to argue against users of iOS devices is market share – Android is just installed on more devices than iOS. Of course, ignoring the fact that they’re comparing thousands of phones and tablets to just a few, they are technically (meaninglessly) right.
According to a recent report, a group of hackers have discovered a significant vulnerability within Apple’s Dev Center that leaves the site open to phishing scams. Unless Apple moves quickly, their developers could be at risk.
There can be no doubt that Apple’s Final Cut Pro X is causing quite a stir – many customer’s are disappointed that it lacks features, or cannot import projects from FCP7. As it turns out, however, all these things and more are already sitting within the Final Cut Pro X code, just waiting to be enabled.
The good folks over at Transparent House have used their awesome skills to create a beautiful video illustration showcasing how Apple’s products have evolved throughout the company’s history. The movie is absolutely beautiful – watch it now!
According to Craig Berger, an FBC Capital Markets analyst, the iPad 3 might be on its way to consumers as soon as early 2012, which casts doubts on previous rumors suggesting an iPad 3 release later this year.