Apple hit the WWDC stage today with something to prove, impressing the crowd with an overhauled iOS, iTunes Radio, a stunning new Mac Pro, and loads more.
Reading between the lines of the big headlines from CES, there are five lessons and trends where the tech industry is tipping its hand regarding Apple. Even though Apple wasn’t at CES, here’s what the trade show teaches us about the Cupertino giant.
Thin is in. That seemed to be the prevailing message at Apple’s final media event in 2012, which just ended a short while ago. Apple showed off new, razor-thin iMacs, a 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and the long-awaited iPad Mini. Here’s a complete rundown of everything you need to know.
Has Cupertino finally wised up to the fact that we Apple fans want to watch Keynote events live? Looks like, because they’re live-streaming today’s event online — and you have two ways of accessing it.
The stage is set for Apple’s next media event, taking place on Tuesday at the California Theatre in San Jose. Is the iPad Mini imminent?
The rumors have been flying for weeks, and today Apple made it official: The iPad Mini will be announced at a media event on October 23rd.
Over the weekend, photogs in San Francisco have been snapping pics of the outside of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, aka the location of many an Apple Event, including this week’s iPhone 5 announcement. But what is Apple saying with this huge banner?
Confirming months of speculation and rumors all over the web, Apple today sent out the official invite for its next big media event, to be held on September 12th. It’s iPhone time.
As the Fall Keynote event ended there was no One more thing nor was there a No more new products will be launched this year line. Not being in the market for a pwetty netbook, I personally found the Back to The Mac Keynote rather underwhelming and all it did was make me long for […]
So what happened at today’s Back to the Mac event? Here are the deets, provided in a convenient list form. Looking for commentary? It’s coming soon. iLife ’11 Introduced – Free with every new Mac, $49 retail. Available Now. iPhoto ’11 Full screen display for all features New Slideshow themes Album view very similar to […]