Shame on you for not checking MacTrast until today. Well, I’ve made it easy for you to catch up on all things Apple.
Here’s a review of our top 10 Apple stories for the week of April 10-16, 2011:
Apple’s First Ever Logo
Cormac takes a trip down memory lane and recalls the Isaac Newton Apple logo.
iPad 2 Case With A Built-in Keyboard
Check out this new case from Zagg and Logitech. It’s got a bluetooth keyboard built in and protects your new baby with aircraft-grade aluminum.
Please Don’t Buy A White iPhone 4
With the iPhone 5 (if that’s what they’ll call it) due this year(?), Cormac advises against purchasing the forthcoming white iPhone 4 – due any day now.
It Gets Better: Apple Employees
Brave Apple employees stood up for the noble cause of suicide prevention among gay teens in this video, which was promptly pulled by YouTube for its “depiction of harmful activities.” Huh?! Fortunately it has been re-instated.
iPhone 5 Production To Start in September – Key Supplier
Speaking of iPhone 5, analysts are claiming that production on the next generation phone won’t even begin until September, putting the release date during late 2011 or even early 2012.
A Former iPhone Owner Confesses After Switching to Android – iPhone Is The One and Only
Jakob takes a look at one man’s journey from iPhone to Android and back again. This guy has seen both sides of the coin and justifies why the iPhone is “the one and only” smartphone platform.
Apple’s cloud strategy
All of the pieces of the puzzle seem to be coming together for Apple’s strategy for moving iOS users to the cloud and moving into the ‘post-PC era.’ James gives us his analysis.
Mysterious new iOS device name shows up in App Store
A placeholder iOS device name appears, then disappears from the App Store. Could it point to a new Apple TV that supports apps?
Live-streaming Flash video coming to iPad
Adobe has thrown in the towel. The maker of Flash demonstrated a new protocol known as HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) which will deliver live streamed broadcasts to iOS users and any other device that lacks the much maligned resource hog. Hooray!