Confirming months of speculation and rumors all over the web, Apple today sent out the official invite for its next big media event, to be held on September 12th. It’s iPhone time.
Apple sure knows how to make a sexy computer. On the WWDC stage today in San Francisco, Apple unveiled the long-rumored next-generation MacBook Pro, and it’s a stunner.
Apple Gazette proudly presents an exhaustive collection of every single “One more thing” moment from Steve Jobs‘ many keynote speeches. More than thirty of them, in fact, and we’ve got embedded videos cued up to the exact moment, so you can watch them all on a single webpage.
At the third-generation iPad event this morning, Apple also took the wraps off of a refresh to the Apple TV hardware. The ATV formula isn’t shaken up in any major way with the new hardware, but it does have one big feature that viewers have been clamoring for.
Touting the rise of the “post-PC world,” Apple today defied all expectations by unveiling not iPad 3 or iPad HD, but simply, “the new iPad.”
The third-generation iPad is upon us. Here’s a comprehensive list of direct links to blogs and online news outlets that are attending Apple’s big event and providing minute-by-minute updates.
Wednesday is the day. Apple will announce its third-generation iPad at a special press event, and speculation is running wild about what we’ll see. Here are my official predictions as to what Apple has up its sleeves.
Coming as a surprise to absolutely no one, Apple has sent out its formal invitations to members of the press for a keynote event on March 7th, and the agenda is unquestionably iPad 3.
Multiple news outlets are quoting insider sources today who say that Apple is planning one of its “keynote”-style media events to tout a new product. But this time, there’s a twist. Instead of Apple’s home turf of California, this one is going to be held in New York. Which begs the question: why the move?
If Steve Jobs was a maestro, the keynote speech was his symphony. No one in the world could deliver what was basically a glorified powerpoint presentation with the commanding presence that Jobs possessed. He was smart, relaxed, focused, and best of all, entertaining. Here are his 7 best and most memorable keynote presentations.