Apple Gazette Daily 132 – iPhone France, iPhone Ads, and Mac Gaming

iPhone problems in France, new iPhone ads, and is gaming important to the Mac? You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget Read more…

New iPhone Ads remind me of the “Switch” Campaign

These new iPhone ads that Apple posted last night are personal stories from individuals talking about the various things that are awesome about their iPhone. One guy talks about how he only has to carry one device now, another guy talks about how visual voice mail is one of the greatest inventions in the history Read more…

Does OS X NEED to be a hardcore gaming Platform?

Earlier today I wrote about the whole Bungie situation that happened over the weekend. There was also another video game related Apple article that made the rounds this weekend. It stated that Apple didn’t want to pay Valve $1 million dollars to port Half-Life to the Mac. There is an interesting discussion on Digg (as Read more…

Bungie Officially Splits from Microsoft – is Halo coming back to the Mac?

You might remember in 1999, at Macworld…a video game was previewed…it looked pretty awesome…it was called: HALO. Have you heard of it? Not too long after that, a company by the name of Microsoft decided to buy Bungie, who had originated as a Mac only developer. The original Halo still managed to appear on the Read more…

New iPod software update improves Coverflow, but doesn’t fix Video problems

Apple has released an updated version of the software for iPod Nanos and iPod Classics. The new version, 1.0.2, improves iPod Coverflow, and has some calender improvements as well. Also, it appears that now, after you start a video with Apple’s TV out cables, you can then repalce the cable with a 3rd party cable, Read more…

Apple confirms iMac freeze problem

Late last week Apple acknowledged the growing problem with new iMacs freezing. As of yet, I still haven’t recieved a report from a single Apple Gazette reader that this is problem…but I have recieved almost two dozen responses from users who aren’t having problems. That doesn’t mean there isn’t an issue of course, I thought Read more…

RUMOR: Steve Jobs says Calender Updates to iPod Touch are coming

A post appeared on the Mac Rumors forums this weekend that is supposedly a transcript of an email correspondence between the poster and whoever answers Steve Job’s [email protected] email address. Of course, this type of thing is easily faked, but the poster has a long history with the site, and has posted over 6,000 times, Read more…

Man has an almost unbelievable Mac Collection

Gizmodo posted and article yesterday that you’ll probably want to check out. It’s an interview with James Savage, a man who has more than 150 Macs in his house…and every single one of them is working. From his Apple II+ to the latest Macbook Pro. This article has a ton of pictures of his set Read more…

Apple Gazette is 1 year old!

The very first post on Apple Gazette was posted October 6th, 2006. So, officially its tomorrow that is Apple Gazette’s first published birthday…but I wrote the first article on the 5th. SO – I’m calling this Apple Gazette’s first birthday! To celebrate…I’m taking my mother to the airport. Yeah…seriously. So, I’m not going to be Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 131 – iPhone Rumors and 02 Marketing

Two Rumors about the iPhone, O2 plans iPhone marketing campaign and more. You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget which is Read more…