iCloud, iOS 5, Lion Coming to WWDC Next Week

iCloud, iOS 5, Lion Coming to WWDC Next Week
Why would Apple change its longstanding policy of announcing major new products only during one of Steve Jobs’ famous keynote presentations? In a briefly-worded press release, Apple announced today that at next week’s WWDC, Jobs will show off OS X Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud for the first time ever.├é┬áMonday, June 6th at 10:AM Pacific, Read more…

Amazon Takes on the Mac App Store

Amazon Takes on the Mac App Store
iOS apps are Apple’s big moneymaker. Yet it’s a completely closed system; you can only fill your iOS device with apps from the iTunes App Store. You can’t go to any other website or store and buy apps for your iPhone or iPad. Can you just imagine how much other retailers out there wish they Read more…

10 Apps for Tricking Out Your Clipboard

10 Apps for Tricking Out Your Clipboard
The Mac OS X Clipboard is an essential tool. Where would we be without the ability to copy-and-paste? Yet its also remarkably rigid. You can’t copy more than one item at a time, for example. Nor can you customize how clips are stored or what kinds of things you want to keep indefinitely. Here are Read more…

Apple Store 2.0 is Interactive

Apple Store 2.0 is Interactive
Over the weekend, something kinda big happened, and it wasn’t Judgment Day. Apple launched a new “2.0″ version of its retail stores worldwide. Turns out, that hullabaloo about something big happening on Sunday for the Apple Store 10th anniversary wasn’t so much an in-store celebration as an in-store transformation. Read more…

How To: Change an Icon

How To: Change an Icon
Apple is known for its super slick application icons, but sometimes you just need a change. And you don’t want to dole out $30 for Candybar. While there’s nothing in System Preferences that makes it drag-and-drop simple to change an app’s icon, there’s still a way to do it, and it’s pretty painless. Read more…

Go to Your Local Apple Store This Sunday

Go to Your Local Apple Store This Sunday
Our current policy at AppleGazette is to never report anything that’s not “hard fact,” but I’m making a one-time exception for this. Because it looks like something big is going down at all the Apple Stores around the world, and that this Sunday is going to be a very special day there that you’ll want Read more…

Review: iProcrastinate

Review: iProcrastinate
Looking for a calendar/task manager for your Mac that’s both intuitive and attractive? iProcrastinate is a solid choice that just happens to be free. Developer Craig Otis came up with this smart app that’s available for both iPhone and Mac (an iPad version is coming soon), and syncs wirelessly between them. Let’s take a look Read more…

Apple Upgrades iMacs

Apple Upgrades iMacs
Apple updates all of its hardware products at least once a year, with improved specs and other assorted details. This includes the entire line of ever-popular touch devices like the iPod, iPhone, and iPad, but also their core computers as well: the iMac and MacBook. Today, it was the iMac’s turn in the spotlight, but Read more…

How To: Customize Your Screen Saver & Sleep Settings

How To: Customize Your Screen Saver & Sleep Settings
Ever find your computer going to sleep on you when you don’t want it to? Or starting up your screen saver while you’re trying to work? Good news: MacBooks and iMacs make it easy to create screen saver and display sleep settings that perfectly suit your needs. Read more…

Next Generation MacBook Pro To Feature Radical New Design

Next Generation MacBook Pro To Feature Radical New Design
The newest MacBook Pro released early this February is merely a stopgap before Apple totally revamps the laptop’s design. According to MacRumors, reliable sources are saying the next generation MacBook Pro coming either later this year or next will be sporting an all new case design. Ilounge also reported a new case design would be Read more…