Last week I showed you a utility to make the red button quit out of any program, under any circumstances. Another button with a question mark on it for Mac users is the green button. Unlike its Windows counterpart, which maximizes any window to full-screen, your Mac’s green button does this weird resizing thing that’s […]
Internet peeps sure do love to come up with their own Apple product designs — even if the products they render with their fancy fan art has no chance of ever being made. Here are ten awesome faux Apple products that we wish weren’t fake.
Steve‘s been gone as Apple’s CEO for almost a week now. Raise your hand if you’re missing him, too, and then look back on his storied career using this handy infographic.
Psst. Here’s a little-known secret that very few people know — even though Apple has done nothing to keep it a secret. One $29.99 purchase of Lion gets you an unlimited license to download it on as many Macs as you like. And it’s super simple to do, too.
Apple co-founder, CEO, and long-time visionary Steve Jobs has retired as the company’s CEO, a position he’s held since 1997. Tim Cook, the company’s Chief Operating Officer, has been elected by Apple’s board as new CEO after Jobs gave him a “strong recommendation” for the position.
What is the deal with that red button in the top left corner of your Mac applications, anyway? This question often vexes new Mac users who are perplexed to find that clicking it doesn’t always quit an application. Here’s how to fix that.
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“The Fix” is a new feature you’ll see at least once a week here at Apple Gazette, where we highlight a downloadable utility or extension that fixes a problem in OS X or iOS. First up: stop Time Machine from slowing you down! This smart download lets YOU decide when Time Machine will backup your […]
The city of Cupertino has released some detailed floor plans and artist renders of the planned new Apple campus that’s been dubbed the “Mothership,” because of its massive, circular, wheel-like footprint. I captured some super-high-res screenshots of the renders, and they are jaw-droppingly gorgeous.
Despite Steve Jobs’ wishes for finger-only input devices, there are a number of tasks on your iPad or iPhone that are made considerably simpler with the use of a stylus.Â I’ve been using Targus’ acclaimed Stylus for iPad extensively (and almost exclusively) for the last week, and the verdict is positive.