iTunes Movie Prices on the way up!

Ars Technica and other sites are reporting that things are about to change in the iTunes Movie Store. Studios such as 20th Century Fox have convinced Apple to pay a wholesale price of $15 per movie for their titles. The positive of the deal is supposed to be that this secures more support for things Read more…

If Apple did make an iTablet – who would use it?

It’s been a while since we’ve had any ridiculous Apple rumors, but Loop Rumors fixed that for us last Thursday with their post about a top secret Apple project called “iTablet”. You can see an “artists rendering” of the device above, but really there’s not much to “render” with this particular rumored device. It’s described Read more…

Malcor was a Hoax – Did the Mac Heist team go too far?

So, there was this hacker named Malcor that was hijacking Apple websites that were too “fanboi”. (Yeah, I can’t believe I just spelled it that way either.) It got the digg community all a twitter, and it caused quite a stir in the Apple online community. It’s the kind of thing that gets people riled Read more…

Is a 24 hour Apple news network necessary?

The Digital Lifestyle network went live yesterday. Not a bad name for a Tech Metwork. Here’s the thing, though, they’re not billing themselves as a Tech Network. They’re billing themselves as a 24 hour Apple News Network. Soak that in for a minute. A 24 hour Apple News Network. Sometimes I have a hard time Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 147 – Michael Eisner is an idiot!

Michael Eisner, iPhone apps for Yellow Pages and more! You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the widget which is now located in Read more…

Video: What the iPhone SHOULD look like this time next year

This (presumably hacked) iPhone has multiple pages of icons, and features Leopard-like Stacks as well. This, to me, is exactly where we should be seeing the iPhone going after Apple releases the SDK for it early next year. Right now it’s complete speculation on just how the SDK will work, and if everyone will be Read more…

Does OS X NEED to be a hardcore gaming Platform?

Earlier today I wrote about the whole Bungie situation that happened over the weekend. There was also another video game related Apple article that made the rounds this weekend. It stated that Apple didn’t want to pay Valve $1 million dollars to port Half-Life to the Mac. There is an interesting discussion on Digg (as Read more…

Why do we (Apple Users) NEED the Zune so bad?

It’s rumored that the new Zune may launch today. Who cares? Well…we do, for some reason. If you go looking around the Apple blog-o-sphere, you’ll see Zune related posts on every single blog. Now, I know you’re going to say it’s because the Zune is a rival MP3 Player and is, thus, worth covering. But Read more…

Are we ever going to go back to talking about the Mac?

As I look over the last few months worth of posts – I am astounded by the number of iPhone related articles. There’s good reason for that of course. The iPhone is all we’ve had that’s worth talking about. The new iMac is great and all – but what does it look like? An iPhone. Read more…

So…that whole “bricking” thing didn’t last long…

This weekend, Gizmodo had several posts on how to unbrick your iPhone. This coming less than 48 hours after they threw a hissy fit and decided to tell the world not to buy the iPhone because of the fact that Apple plugged up the installer.app hole. If you’re looking for a way to get your Read more…