Dual Core CPUs Coming To iPad 2 And iPhone 5?

Apple is no stranger to the hardware arms race. RIM, Motorola, HTC and Samsung just to name a few are packing their high end smart phones with circuitry that would make a computer jealous with dual core CPUs being the newest trend. According to an analyst however, Apple could be bringing a dual core CPU Read more…

Apple To Reveal Q1 Results January 18th

Tuesday, January 18th, Apple will announce its financial results< /a> foe Quarter 1. The call, which starts at 2:00 PM, has analysts, investors and Journalists interested in Apple’s success with the iPad, iPhone, iPod and the Mac. It will be interesting to hear how much pre-holiday shopping has impacted Apple’s earnings and whether or not Read more…

Can’t Open That File? Search The Mac App Store

The Mac App Store will be arriving on January 6th an already details are starting to trickle out. It looks the App Store may make opening pesky files a lot easier. When you try opening a file that Mac OS X doesn’t recognize, it gives you the option to select an App on your computer Read more…

Next Generation iPad To Be More Like The iPod Touch?

In keeping with its yearly cycle of hardware refreshes for iOS devices, Apple is already hard at work on the next generation iPad. New details are emerging about the device and it could mimic the iPod Touch more in appearance. Rumors have swirled about the next generation iPad and new details are emerging. AppleInsider reports Read more…

Controversial WikiLeaks App Pulled From App Store

Controversial WikiLeaks App Pulled From App Store
WikiLeaks, which has made headlines recently for the distribution of thousands (and counting) of US cables between diplomats, arrived on the App Store in the form of an unofficial App. However, Apple has opted to pull the App which is no longer avilable to purchase. The $1.99 App was removed from the App Store without Read more…

AppleTV Sales Going Strong – 1 Million By Week’s End

The second generation AppleTV, released in the beginning of September during Apple’s fall media is set to hit 1 million sales. The new AppleTV, a much smaller version of the hobby-box it replaced will hit 1 million sales by the end of this week. Apple, excited about the milestone has issued a press release. Apple® Read more…

Translate Any Sign, Any Picture With Word Lens For The iPhone

Translate Any Sign, Any Picture With Word Lens For The iPhone
Every now and then an iPhone App appears that is just amazing in every aspect it’s hard not to notice. Word Lens which translates any sign or picture is one of those Apps. Word Lens works in real time and is free for the iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4th generation iPod Touch. The capabilities of Read more…

Apple Closing Mac OS X Downloads Section

With the announcement of the Mac App Store it should come as no surprise that the historical downloads section on Apple’s website will be closed come January 6th. Apple sent developers an email about the change: Apple Developer ———————————– Dear [name], Thank you for making the Mac OS X Download site a great destination with Read more…

Buy An iPad From BestBuy, Qualify For A Free MiFi Hotspot

Best Buy is offering a special for anyone looking to buy an iPad: a free Mifi Hotspot, but there’s a catch. A 9to5Mac reader sent in the above image of Best Buy’s iPad promo which sets you up with a free Mifi Hotspot from AT&T, Sprint or Verizon in exchange for signing a 2-year contract Read more…

Original Mac UI Susan Kare Selling Limited Edition Prints

Susan Kare, one of Apple’s UI designers (and later a NeXT employee) is selling limited edition prints of her work. The prints starting at $90 feature icons from the original Mac OS such as the Happy Mac, Bomb and Alert popup. Susan’s work is notable and her work on the Mac’s original interface has helped Read more…