iPhoto books final come to Australia and New Zealand

Australian and New Zealand residents can finally order Photobooks, calendars, postcards, and prints directly from Apple. A feature that we’ve had in the states for over two years. Before this official release customers wanting to use the service had to either use a third party solution, or have a friend in the US. Picturebooks start Read more…

So just what happens to your At&t contract when you get a new iPhone?

If you’re a current 4 or 8 gb iPhone owner, you might be thinking about buying one of those new 16 gb iPhones – but what happens to that new 2-year agreement you have to pick up along with those additional gigs? Well, for a while there it looked like you were going to have Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 202 – 3G expansion, iPhones outsell Windows Mobile and more

Two new iPhone ads hit the air, Knight Rider has Apple influences, At&t plans a 3G expansion, and the iPhone is outselling Windows Mobile Devices in the US. 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 Read more…

YouTube Find: “Hit me on my iPhone” – hilarious music video

Now, I think this first made the Interweb rounds during Macworld, and I missed it – but having just found it, I HAD to post it. The creator of this song is a hip-hop artist named Peter Miser, and frankly, I think the man’s a genius. On his YouTube page he bills himself as “The Read more…

New KITT interior in upcoming ‘Knight Rider’ based on iPhone design w/pic

NBC and Apple may not have kissed and made up just yet, but Apple’s design influence is playing a big part in the upcoming NBC tv movie/pilot for the 2008 version of “Knight Rider”. In a recent interview at Knight Rider Online, series producer David Bartis discussed the origins of the interior design for the Read more…

Apple updates iPhoto, Braille Display, and ProKit

Last night Apple released minor updates to its iPhoto, Braille Display, and ProKit software. The iPhoto update addresses issues when publishing photos to a .Mac Web Gallery, improves overall stability, and fixes a number of other minor issues. The Braille update, which you can find here, adds support to Apple’s screen reading software, called VoiceOver, Read more…

Apple releases two new iPhone Ads

Yesterday Apple released two brand new iPhone ads. They seem to have, thankfully, abandoned the previous campaign which focused on individuals telling iPhone stories. These ads are a return to the original style of iPhone ad, with one entitled “Facebook” showing off the Facebook web app, and another which shows you how you can look Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 201 – New iPhone, iPod Touch, New Games, More!

New iPhone, iPod Touch models. New games for iPods, and more 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 to every episode of the show right on your Read more…

Essential Mac Apps for “Switchers”

If you’ve just switched to the Mac, you’re probably wondering, “Ok, how do I do _______ on this thing?” From playing certain video files, to using FTP, to running Windows and more, there are lots of great software options out there that are essential downloads for first-time switchers. 1. Miro – Want a beautiful interface, Read more…

SPECULATION: Apple has been a releasing machine in 2008 – are MBP’s next?

The old rumor mill continues to churn, and Apple has done such a great job of releasing product so far in 2008, that people are now starting to wonder what’s coming out “next week”. So far, there hasn’t hasn’t been a Tuesday yet when Apple hasn’t released something – although last week it was only Read more…