Back in March a product was discovered through the iPhone OS 3.0 SDK called, iProd. Then it was listed as iProd0,1 and raised flags around the Apple community. The product number was found nestled in the USBConfiguration.plist, and of course the rumors and speculation began to pour in. While there were flights of fantasy regarding… Continue reading The Mystery and Speculation Behind 'iProd'
As Snow Leopard creeps slowly upon us, more information regarding it’s release is bound to unfold. Take the desktop pictures you can expect to see once you have Snow Leopard installed. Enjoy. Also, provided by MacRumors is the new Quicktime X Icon…
Apple has announced that Safari 4 has been downloaded 11 million times since its release on Monday. More than half of those downloads were from Windows users. CUPERTINO, California—June 12, 2009—Apple® today announced that more than 11 million copies of Safari® 4 have been downloaded in the first three days of its release, including more… Continue reading Safari 4 Gets Downloaded 11 Million Times In 3 Days
If you purchased a 13″ Unibody MacBook in the past few days, then you are the proud owner of a brand spanking, updated screen. If you own one of the older models, you’re probably cursing and asking yourself why you didn’t wait. Seth Weintraub, over at ComputerWorld was the first to report on this new… Continue reading New Unibody Macs Receive A Screen Upgrade
If you had the chance to check out the conference live, then congrats. If you’re reading this and wonder what went down then we’ll take a look at some of the key features mentioned at the conference. There will be some interesting additions coming our way when the 3.0 OS releases. The major update that… Continue reading What Will Be Coming With iPhone OS 3.0?
If you’ve been a fan of the Mac Mini in the past, then you’ll be really happy or sad by this report. macminicolo.net has taken the latest Mac Mini and put it through the paces. They disassembled it to give you a look at the inside. Here are some of the important takeaways from their… Continue reading The Disassembly of The New Mac Mini
The App Store has really come along way since its beginning, which is still not a year old. There’s close to 15,000 apps up on the store. They range from silly, to actually being useful. There is one problem that has been apparent with the apps. None of them can run in the background. The… Continue reading Background Processes For Apps Coming To iPhone?