Apple Gazette Daily 237 – Big Privacy News, At&t ETF, and WWDC Scholarship

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Magic 8-Ball Says: iPhone/iTablet Rumor round-up

Pipar Jaffary is at it again. These companies love to talk about Apple, and predict what’s going to happen in the future. They do this a lot – and its rarely accurate. Doesn’t stop them from coming up with stuff off the top of their heads though. It seems like these analysts, who admittedly used Read more…

AppleTV 2.0.1 software update released

Apple has released a minor update to the AppleTV. Version 2.0.1 of the AppleTV software is a slight update that primarily adds a “Genres” category to the Movie menu, allowing viewers to browse titles based on their genre preference. It also includes the standard vague “bug fixes and stability” improvements that often come with Apple Read more…

Apple DOES care about its customers – no matter what ‘Boy Genius’ says

You know, sensationalist headlines are nothing new. There was a time, before blogging became a business, where that kind of thing was frowned upon in the blogging world – but that time has passed. This weekend Ahmed at Tech Soapbox wrote a great piece about just this subject. You can read it here. He’s responding Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 236 – Safari Hacked in 2 minutes flat, Aperture, Macbook news and more!

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The Macbook Pro has to go back one more time…

Well, for those of you following the ongoing Macbook Pro saga, it looks like I have one final round of sending off to do. The audio problem still continues to be a problem, but since they have replaced the left I/O board it no longer happens when you plug the USB mic into the left Read more…

Firefox 3 Final Release coming in June

Mozilla Corp confirmed on Thursday afternoon that they will release the final beta of Firefox 3.0 very soon, and that they expect to deliver the finished browser in June. Firefox 3.0 Beta 5 has been code frozen and the Firefox team are working toward a final release candidate. If you haven’t tried Firefox 3 yet, Read more…

Apple introduces Aperture 2.1

Apple today released Aperture 2.1, which introduces an open plug-in architecture that makes it easy for photographers to use specialized third party imagine software from within Aperture. The free software update includes an Apple developed plug-in, Dodge & Burn, which adds brush-based tools for dodge, burn, contrast, saturation, sharpen, and blur effects. Plug-ins for localized Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 235 – Analysts predict the future, iPhone thieves, and more!

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Apple’s Safari License forbids Windows users from installing it.

Earlier this week, Apple got a little heat from a variety of sources (including me) about having Safari pop up through the Apple Software Update on Windows machines, even if you don’t have it previously installed on your PC. Now, though, there is another little problem on the Window’s side of things that is, frankly, Read more…