RUMOR: Apple could hold a “Macbook Event” on Oct 14th

RUMOR: Apple could hold a "Macbook Event" on Oct 14th
This is an artists rendering of a possible Macbook Pro redesign. Those of you that just can’t wait for a Macbook line refresh may get it sooner rather than later according to John Gruber of Daring Fireball. According to his sources we could be seeing a Macbook Event on Oct. 14th. Apple has recently warned Read more…

Kevin Rose spills more about iTunes 8

Kevin Rose spills more about iTunes 8
Kevin Rose is at it again, posting more information about iTunes 8 on his official blog. On the site he says: What’s new in iTunes 8 iTunes 8 includes Genius, which makes playlists from songs in your library that go great together. Genius also includes Genius sidebar, which recommends music from the iTunes Store that Read more…

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…

September 9th rumored as Apple “Special Event” day

September 9th rumored as Apple "Special Event" day
Kevin Rose did more talking about Apple this weekend on the latest episode of Leo Laporte’s popular “This Week in Tech” podcast. In the episode he discussed the video that he released on his blog this weekend, and gave even more details about the upcoming Apple Special Event. He reveals that according to his sources Read more…

Digg founder reveals new iPod Nano and “confirms” major rumors

Digg founder reveals new iPod Nano and "confirms" major rumors
Digg and Revision 3 found Kevin Rose made a splash on the Internet this weekend with new rumors about Apple’s next refresh of the iPod line-up. We’ve all discussed how Apple has made a habit of hosting a special event in September to announce the fall iPod line-up, but Kevin comes in with some very Read more…

NY Times source claims Steve Jobs is still cancer free

Anonymous sources have spoken with The New York Times, and claim that Steve Jobs’ cancer HAS NOT returned. While I’m not one to generally trust “anonymous sources” I would like to believe that the ones The New York Times spoke to recently are telling the truth. The Times claims that their source is very reliable Read more…

App Store to launch on July 11th, 2008

There are reports going around that the iPhone 2.0 software will drop on June 27th because of info obtained from the Australian Apple website; in spite of word from Apple that we would see an “early July” release of the software. After speaking directly to someone “close to the project” today, I can confirm that Read more…

UPDATED: .Mac may be getting a name change

MacNN has discovered something interesting in the code of the 10.5.3 update. It appears as though Apple’s .Mac service may be getting a name change, and possible overhaul. Buried deep within the v10.5.3 update are several strings of code which indicate that the .Mac name may be dropped. In iCal’s Localizable.strings file you can find Read more…

More iPhone countries announced, Orange possibly offering subsidy

TeliaSonera is the latest company to make a deal with Apple over the iPhone. They will be carrying the device in Scandinavia as well as Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuanaia. The company provides little to no details, only saying that they will offer the phone “later this year”. It is being rumored Read more…

Intel says ‘Apple Tablet’ comment is UNTRUE

It should come as no surprise to most of you that the comment that was allegedly made by an Intel executive that Apple was working with them on an iTablet is, in fact, not true. In fact, the statement itself appears to be something fabricated by the German version of ZDNet according to Apple Insider. Read more…