Rumormill churning out new material – claims Apple will update almost everything in Sept.

Rumormill churning out new material - claims Apple will update almost everything in Sept.
The rumor mill is starting to get its wheels spinning as the month of September rolls on closer. Now there is word circulating that Apple letting select retailers know that they should hold off before placing orders for Mac Minis, Macbook Pros, and Cinema Displays. First, it should be mentioned that rumors for almost EVERY Read more…

Apple reports highest Mac Sales EVER

Apple reports highest Mac Sales EVER
Apple just issued the press release for their 3rd Quarter Financial results, and things couldn’t be going any better for Macs. Revenue is up 38% year-over-year, and Mac Sales are at an all time high. Apple shipped 2,496,000 Macs during the quarter, representing 41% growth from the previous year. That’s absolutely amazing. Full press release Read more…

It slices, it dices its…the Macbook Air? w/Pic

A German website is claiming that the Macbook Air is so thin – its dangerous! Apparently (and I’m leaving it to Engadget here to suss out the details of translating) the gentlemen in the picture above claims that the laceration on his elbow was from his Macbook Air. To further bring the point home, there Read more…

Introducing the Golden Macbook Air

Computer Choppers has created a gold plated Macbook Air. It’s the world’s first 24kt Gold Macbook Air with a Sapphires Apple logo ta boot. Does it join the ranks of other notable Apple luxury products? Well, not really – the ones we’ve mocked in the past including the “Golden Age” Macbook Air, the Golden iPhone, Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 236 – Safari Hacked in 2 minutes flat, Aperture, Macbook news and more!

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Does Apple really need to move to Blu-Ray anytime soon?

There has been some talk over the weekend about why Apple hasn’t yet moved to adding Blu-Ray drives to its computers. Some seem to think that now that the “format war is over” that Apple should be saddling into the Blu-Ray bandwagon (which they originally committed to at the start of the Blu-Ray format) and Read more…

Today’s updates: Macbook Air, Mac Pro

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“Golden Age” Macbook Air…yours for only $39,750

Let’s run down a recap of the completely stupid, and ridiculously expensive versions of Apple products. There’s the Gold and Platinum iPhones. There’s the Golden Macbook Pro, which is actually pretty cheap at only $1,500 over the price of a regular Macbook Pro. Then, of course, there are the absurdly expensive solid gold iPod Shuffle, Read more…

Contest – Win a Mac Mini, free hosting, and a Macbook Air

It’s not often I write about contests that others are putting on, but this one from Macminicolo is just too cool. The company describes themselves as a “colocation company that hosts Mac minis as dedicated servers”, and they’ve seen a lot of creative ways for Mac Minis to be used in this capacity – and Read more…

Review: mStand from Rain Design

If you’re like me, you spend a minimum of 8 hours a day working on your Mac. My primary machine is a Macbook Pro, and for the first several months of owning it, and using it as my primary machine, I suffered through typing on the keyboard and using the trackpad for mouse navigation for Read more…