Mapquest launches iPhone formatted site

Mapquest launches iPhone formatted site
Mapquest is vying for your eyeballs on the iPhone through a new iPhone-optimized version of their site. The service works much the same as the native Google Maps application on the phone, but the Google app has the added benefit of being integrated into the software of the iPhone itself. I’m not sure I see Read more…

Apple pulls “Airport Extreme” software update

Apple pulls "Airport Extreme" software update
TUAW reports that Apple briefly released an Airport Extreme Update (2008-03) yesterday – but pulled it after a few minutes. The update no longer shows up in Software Update, and the page it was on is now missing from Apple’s site. The update was originally recommended for all Intel-based Macs with 10.5.5. It was supposed Read more…

Does your iPhone make you less social?

Does your iPhone make you less social?
I should start off by saying that I’m not a terribly social guy to begin with. That might seem surprising with the multiple blogs, podcast, and all of that – but I normally keep to myself. More and more, though, I find that I have my head down stuck in my iPhone – and it’s Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 369 – Q4 Financial Results, iPhone Dev Interview, Macworld 2009

podcast sponsor link:Click Here to check out Blogflux Groups! Today’s Show: Q4 Financial Results, iPhone Dev Interview, Macworld 2009 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 Read more…

Apple announces Q4 Results – 6.9 Million iPhones Sold

Full Press Release below — Apple(R) today announced financial results for its fiscal 2008 fourth quarter ended September 27, 2008. The Company posted revenue of $7.9 billion and net quarterly profit of $1.14 billion, or $1.26 per diluted share. These results compare to revenue of $6.22 billion and net quarterly profit of $904 million, or Read more…

Apple stops shipments of Mac Minis

Apple stops shipments of Mac Minis
According to Gizmodo Apple has apparently stopped shipping new units of Mac Minis to retailers. The two major European retailers who are cited as the primary sources also note that they have both been told not to expect any future shipments — which pretty much kills the idea that this is going to lead to Read more…

Interview: Brian Peavler – Developer of “Refill” for iPhone

Interview: Brian Peavler - Developer of "Refill" for iPhone
Many developers has ventured over to the Mac to develop for the iPhone and iPod Touch since the announcement of the App Store earlier this year. One of those developers is Brian Peavler, who has recently completed his fist app – a game called “Refill” that you can find in the App store for $2.99 Read more…

Help Apple Gazette get to Macworld 2009!

Help Apple Gazette get to Macworld 2009!
Click this link to sign up for a free trial of Amazon Prime! Macworld 2009 is fast approaching. Last year I attended the show, and it was a great event that made some interesting contacts for the blog. This year I’d very much like for Apple Gazette to return to San Francisco for the 2009 Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 368 – Amazing Apple Designs, Psystar, and more!

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Apple Q4 Conference Call this Tuesday

Just a reminder for those of you that love conference calls, Apple will be holding their Q4 conference call this Tuesday. The call will start at 2PM Pacific time. With the recent fluctuations in Apple’s stock it will be interesting to see how they spin it, and what they’re plans are for next year. Right Read more…