New “Get a Mac” Ad – Misprint

The latest “Get a Mac” ad is online now at Apple.com – and I’m happy to say its a gem. The campaign came back last month, and I didn’t love the new ads. I didn’t hate them – just didn’t love them. This one, however, I love. John Hodgemen is one of my favorite comedians Read more…

iTunes Movie Prices on the way up!

Ars Technica and other sites are reporting that things are about to change in the iTunes Movie Store. Studios such as 20th Century Fox have convinced Apple to pay a wholesale price of $15 per movie for their titles. The positive of the deal is supposed to be that this secures more support for things Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 162 – Jobs at Macworld, Apple Lawsuits and an iPhone Battery Enhancer

Steve Jobs to give Keynote speech at Macworld, other Apple lawsuit, and a way to extend your iPhone battery life. You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can listen to the episode right here: right here In addition to that, you can also download the Apple Gazette Daily Widget and listen Read more…

iMac LCD problems continue to grow

MacNN reports that there are a growing number of iMac users that are having some pretty serious LCD screen trouble. The trouble seems to be that the iMacs are “showing a number of artifacts that include single-pixel lines spanning the length of the screen.” This discussion thread features over 80 posts about the issue, and Read more…

If Apple did make an iTablet – who would use it?

It’s been a while since we’ve had any ridiculous Apple rumors, but Loop Rumors fixed that for us last Thursday with their post about a top secret Apple project called “iTablet”. You can see an “artists rendering” of the device above, but really there’s not much to “render” with this particular rumored device. It’s described Read more…

NBC Channels removed from iTunes

Well, it’s December, and as promised, Bravo, mun2, NBC, NBC News, CNBC, NBC Sports, Sci Fi, Sleuth, Telemundo and USA Network have all been removed from iTunes. Apple and NBC have, apparently, not reached an agreement about their differences in pricing and bundling programs in iTunes. What’s funny, though, is that with this Writer’s Strike Read more…