Apple releases some 3rd Party iPhone Browser Apps

Apple’s confusing App Store policies never cease to amaze. Now they’ve decided to allow some new web browsing apps into the App Store. Of course, it’s not a mobile version of Firefox or Opera that many of us would like to see. Instead, it’s four different browser apps that have various usefulness. 1) Edge Browser Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 410 – Microsoft Tag Reader, TextFlow, and more!

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Apple launches iLife ’09 Up-To-Date Program

Apple launches iLife '09 Up-To-Date Program
If you purchased a Mac after January 6, 2009 that doesn’t include iLife ’09 Apple has a new “up-to-date” program for you. You can get iLife ’09 for only $9.95 plus tax. All you have to do is complete the order form and provide a photocopy of a dated, itemized sales receipt or packing slip Read more…

Let the iPhone Nano Rumors die…it’s not happening

The iPhone Nano rumor is trying to make a comeback after it’s lack of existence at Macworld disappointed next to no one. Now the updated nonsense is claiming that Apple will release the iPhone Nano in China. All of this, of course, is coming to us from an analyst named Brian Marshal from AmTech – Read more…

Apple schedules Q1 2009 Financial Results Call

Apple schedules Q1 2009 Financial Results Call
Apple has scheduled its first quarter financial results call for January 21st 2009 at 2:00 PM Pacific. This is going to be a particularly interesting call, because it will be the first one that shows exactly who Apple is going to be affected by the recession that many are facing right now. Holiday sales in Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 409 – Apple to CES? Macworld thoughts and more

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Can we please stop with the “[insert device name here]-killer” junk?

Can we please stop with the "[insert device name here]-killer" junk?
I’ve been following the coverage of CES casually – and if you’ve been doing the same (to any degree really) I’m sure you’ve heard about the Palm Pre. This thing looks awesome. Some of the people who designed the iPhone have worked on it, and the device looks like an amazing mobile handset. I’m excited Read more…

Is Apple trying to shed the “cult” with a move to CES?

Is Apple trying to shed the "cult" with a move to CES?
The web has been on fire with rumors that Apple might possibly attend CES in 2010. Cult of Mac and Apple Insider both claim to have inside scoops, and there is even word from CEA that there will be an “Apple-centric area” at CES 2010. Now, obviously, this would be another stunning blow to Macworld, Read more…

The $2,517,345 iPhone

The $2,517,345 iPhone
We’ve seen some expensive “luxury” Apple products in the past – but today’s takes the crown as the most expensive, and most ridiculous Apple mod ever. Our friends over at BuyMeAniPhone uncovered this little “gem”. It’s from Austrian jeweler Peter Aloisson, who dubbed it the “iPhone 3G Kings Button”. The device is made of solid Read more…

VIDEO: Macworld 2009 – Thoughts on Macworld 2010

A few thoughts on where Macworld can go in 2010. Read more…