Today, Apple unveiled the hotly anticipated new generation of iPhones, but there was no number 5 anywhere to be seen. Instead, we got an upgraded, 2x faster iPhone “4S” with a powerful new camera, iOS 5 & iCloud, and a built-in personal assistant. But Apple didn’t show up without a few surprises…
Only in the world of Apple would an announcement about when an announcement is going to be made qualify as news. But here we are.
The big issue with Pages and Numbers on the iPad was finding a way to sync the documents with your workflow. Let’s say I was working on an article on my iPad, and I had to take a break. A few hours later, I was ready to work on it again, but now I had […]
When I first bought my very first Mac, I bought Office 2004 with it, as my security blanket. Now I find myself using the iWork suite more and more, mostly because of its ease of use and really cool features. I love me a spreadsheet, but it’s got to look good, too. Numbers does that […]
I can’t get over this picture, it gets me every time. As it turns out though, there may be something coming down the pike.I’m not one to report on rumors, but MacRumors has Steve’s latest e-mail (he’s been quite vocal, recently) and it’s pretty clear. The question: Dear Steve, Why no printing on the iPad? […]
I remember when the iPhone 3GS first came out. I was at the office, checking out the latest news on the product, but I just wasn’t that excited about it. Not excited enough to replace my iPhone 3G, anyways. But then they came out with the iPhone guided tour, and I was hooked. I knew […]
I don’t know about you, but I’m really bummed about the cancelation of Macworld Keynotes. I know we still have one left – but without Jobs there is very little chance that we’re going to see anything revolutionary at the show. So it’s made me kind of reflective. I’ve looked at some of my favorite […]