Apple cancels Insomina Film Festival

Apple cancels Insomina Film Festival
Apple has cancelled its “Insomina Film Festival” according to an email sent out to participants. In the email Apple sites that they were “unable” to reschedule the festival, which had been previously delayed due to “unexpected server problems”. Apple promises said participants that they will continue to seek new and better ways for them to Read more…

RUMOR: “Premium Games” section coming to the App Store?

RUMOR: "Premium Games" section coming to the App Store?
The latest Rumor spinning around the Apple section of the web is focused on the idea that Apple might create a “Premium Games Section” which would focus solely on Corporate Publisher games that cost $19.99. The section, if it appears, would help to make sure that the Corporate produced games with large budgets take precedence Read more…

Upgrade to iTunes Plus by the Song

Upgrade to iTunes Plus by the Song
Apple has updated their iTunes Plus area to allow for upgrading your iTunes library to DRM Free iTunes Plus tracks by the song. One would assume this is in an attempt to improve upgrade sales. I have to say, though, that I find the whole having to pay an additional fee to be rid of Read more…

CES iLounge Quadrupled in Size, Sold Out in 3 Days`

CES iLounge Quadrupled in Size, Sold Out in 3 Days`
iLounge’s iPhone and iPod-centric pavilion at CES has sold out in only 3 days…and the area has had to be quadrupled in size to meet demand. I think it’s safe to say the “Expo” part of Macworld may be in some serious trouble. It is certainly possible that many of these companies could appear at Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 417 – Slow News Days Continue….

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iPhone 2.2.1 Software Update Released

For those of you who may have missed it yesterday afternoon, Apple released iPhone 2.2.1 – a very minor update. There has been no word on any really big new additions in this update. It merely states that it fixes an issue where”some images saved from Mail do not display correctly in the Camera Roll.” Read more…

Apple removes iMovie HD 6 Download Link

Apple removes iMovie HD 6 Download Link
With the release of iMovie ’08 last year, there were many iMovie users who were unhappy with the changes to the software. Many of the pro-sumer features they enjoyed had been removed, and they weren’t shy about expressing their displeasure. In an attempt to appease them Apple responded by making iMovie HD available for download Read more…

Mark Papermaster to Officially join Apple on April 24th

Mark Papermaster to Officially join Apple on April 24th
Apple announced today that Mark Papermaster (know the world over for his mastery of paper products) will be joining Apple as the Senior Vice President of Devices Hardware Engineering on April 24th. Mark will apparently be reporting to Steve Jobs on his first day. Papermaster comes to Apple from IBM, and will lead the iPod Read more…

I Use My iPhone More for Twitter than for Phone Calls

I Use My iPhone More for Twitter than for Phone Calls
I’ve noticed something over the time that I’ve been the owner of an iPhone. I don’t actually use the phone part except when I have to. I don’t like making phone calls…in fact, I don’t care for the entire phone call making process. Maybe it’s just because I write so much. I prefer it, and Read more…

Apple Releases Two New iPhone Ads

Apple Releases Two New iPhone Ads
Apple has posted 2 new iPhone ads to their official site. The first, entitled “Read” focuses on the different ways you can use the iPhone as a reading device. It features the popular reading App “Classics” which is one of many ways you can read public domain books that should be free, on your iPhone Read more…