MobileMe to ‘fort’ (iCloud?) improve in Mac OS X Lion

Consomac.fr went digging within the latest Mac OS X Lion construct to see what they may find. they found the icon and groundwork for ‘find My Mac’ that appears to offer customers the identical region-primarily based finding functionality as ‘in finding My iPhone’. … more: endured here

iPad 2 to Launch in U.S. First on April 2nd Or 9th?

prior to now we reported that Kevin Rose (founder of Digg) said that the iPad 2 might be announced on February 1st but we didn’t get to listen to the launch date at that time. consistent with a German blog MacNotes.de, they’re claiming that the iPad 2 might be launched on both April 2nd or […]

Apple anticipated To Announce iPad 2 On Tuesday, February 1

founder of Digg, Kevin Rose, has jumped on to the rumor mill surrounding the next-generation iPad. A source with regards to him who has “just right authority” claims that the iPad 2 will be announced in next three to four weeks, presumably on February 1st, and that it’ll feature better DPI show and front/again cameras. […]

This is Why Apple iTV will Change Everything in Your Living Room !

Founder of Digg Kevin Rose has jumped on to the rumor mill surrounding the next-gen Apple TV (dubbed as iTV). He thinks that this upcoming TV set-top box by Apple will run on top of iOS, which means that it will bring the existing 250,000+ apps from iTunes App Store on the big-screen in your […]

iPhone Jailbreak Videos: A How-to, Legal Primer

The U.S. Copyright Office and the Librarian of Congress are due to rule any day on whether iPhone jailbreaking should be exempted from the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. In the video at the top, von Lohmann explains why EFF made the jailbreaking request to government regulators. Below is Threat Level’s foolproof demonstration of jailbreaking… More: […]

17 Cool Safari 5.0 Features and Tips Revealed

We were a bit surprised when Apple announced the release of Safari 5. We hadn’t heard rumors about the new version, or the features that it contained. This update is not just simply a rehash of the previous version of Safari, though. It includes all new features and some never-before-seen things that make Safari 5.0 […]

Jobs to developers: Stick with the winning team

Facing growing competition from Google Android and an amassing army of appealing smartphones, Steve Jobs played defense Monday. At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference where Jobs introduced the iPhone 4, he also spent a good amount of time selling his already popular platform to his audience of developers. More: continued here

Apple’s Flash lockout is hurting Adobe

Sure, you can use Flash and HTML 5 graphic components in tandem in a way that would show up fine on Apple devices. But why bother? It costs extra money, and the two scripting languages are increasingly similar in their capabilities to deliver very rich, browser-based content including multimedia and mini-applications. More: continued here

Steam Survey Finds More than 8% of Gamers use Apple’s MacOSx

More users of Valve’s Steam gaming service ran a version of Apple’s Mac OS X in its first month of availability than the 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista combined, according to a new hardware survey. A total of 8.46 percent of Steam users in May 2010 were on some version of Apple’s […]