Apple has released iTunes 10.1.2 today which includes support for the future CMDA iPhones (Verizon iPhones), and of course some bug fixes and stability improvements. Here are the release notes:
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In case you happen to be an owner of the new AppleTV then this news may interest you. AirFlick is a new hack from Erica Sadun that allows you to send video feeds from your Mac. This is basically just like AirPlay for the Mac.
The Elgato eyeTV Hybris USB TV Tuner is a nifty little device for watching live HDTV (or regular digital/analog TV, for that matter) on your computer. While it’s primarily geared towards Mac users, it will also work with Windows Media Center, either for Windows Vista or Windows 7. Not only will the eyeTV Hybrid pull [...]
Have you ever wanted a stylus for your capacitive touch screen device? Chances are that your answer may be a “no”, but what if you could get the features of a stylus combined with a ink pen? The Stylus Pen by Hard Candy Cases does just that and is priced at $34.95. Offering a top-notch [...]
A stylus may sound like something that shouldn’t even exist anymore, but there are times when one might like to have one. A stylus could be used for casual web-browsing, sketching/art, and a lot more. The Pogo Sketch by Ten One Design would be the one to get. Priced at a reasonable $14.95, the Pogo [...]
Finally, Apple has unveiled an updated MacBook Air. It’s cheaper, faster, and thinner. It comes in 2 sizes: 13.3″, and 11.6″. They’re available today, and start at $999. More information, press release, and images are after the break.
Apple has also announced iLife 2011 (’11). With it comes updated versions of iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. These new versions bring a number of new and interesting features. iWeb and iDVD, on the other hand, didn’t seem to have been updated. More information, images, and the press release are all here in this post.
Today, Apple has announced their next iteration to Mac OS X: 10.7 “Lion”. Apple’s goal with Lion was to sort of combine some elements of the iOS into Mac OS X. They’ve also created a Mac App Store (will also be available for Snow Leopard within 90 days), which is a decent solution for a [...]
With a few hours left, people are trying to figure out exactly what Apple will be announcing today. On Apple’s discussion forum, it was noted that there will be 5 new discussion categories (all of which will change/have changed):
With Apple’s “Back to the Mac” event being less than [LCT-|-embed] away, there’s a lot of speculation about the next MacBook Air, and more obviously, Mac OS X 10.7. Contained in this post is a list of all of the rumors that have been floating around over the past year or so.