Well, it looks like those new iMac rumors may very well be true. It also looks like those iPod rumors may very well be false. Apple has just sent out invitations to press for a “product presentation for Mac”. Apparently the invitations made it very clear this is MAC ONLY. No iPod. No iPhone. So, […]
Archives for July 2007
3 Billion iTunes tracks sold, Janky iPhone battery replacement available, and iPod Touch rumor discussed You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly in your browser by using the […]
If you’re looking for a questionable way to cheaply replace your iPhone battery should it stop working on you, then you will be glad to know that there is a mysterious Chinese company that has released a DIY option for only $20. For that, obviously too cheap to be legit price, you get a a […]
This PBS Documentary called “The Entrepreneurs” gives us a rare glimpse at Steve in action, working with the team that developed the Next computer – which, in turn, laid the foundation for the modern day Apple. You can watch part two of the video after the break.
Apple is proud to announce today that they have sold their 3 billionth song from the iTunes music store. This is a monumental achievement not only for Apple, but for digital music distribution. “We’d like to thank all of our customers who have contributed to this incredible milestone,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s vice president of […]
You may have noticed I haven’t done these everyday. I decided to wait until I actually had something to write about, rather than just filling this article with pointless junk. So, it’s going to take more than a total of 30 days to get through the whole thing, but I think when we’re done, it […]
Analysts claiming stock increase due to online speculation, Steve Jobs: #3 Most Influential Business Leader by USA Today, Ballmer downplays Mac growth You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast […]
There are some terrible iPhone knock offs out there, but this little Chinese number is probably the worst of the bunch. Gizmodo has a gallery of images showcasing this knock-off in all its craptastic glory.
Pop Cap, one of the leading makers of casual games in the industry, has created a version of their popular puzzle game, Bejeweled, specifically for the iPhone. To play the game, all you have to do is navigate to http://www.popcap.com on your iPhone and the game loads right up. If you’ve never played Bejeweled before, […]
According to several reports a small number of users are having problems with their iPhone power adapters permanently failing. Testers have tried replacing the iPod cable, different wall outlets and all of the standard things one would try to correct the problem, but the discussion thread on Apple’s support website indicates that several people are […]
If you haven’t noticed, I don’t write much about the “hacking” aspect of Apple products. I’m just not into it. I use my Apple products every day, and as history will show you on this site, I have had problems from time to time. I’m not interested in voiding my warranty by jacking with the […]
New Apple Keyboard Leaked?, Cosmetic Changes in Leopard, and an iPhone CLASS ACTION lawsuit has been filed by a complete idiot You can subscribe via iTunes, or by RSS feed, or… you can directly download the episode right here. In addition to that, you should be able to play every episode of the podcast directly […]
LoopRumors has a look at some new cosmetic changes to Leopard that were revealed in the latest build that has been seeded to developers. There is a new separator in the Dock that I like… And the System Preferences Icon has been updated to match the iPhone Settings icon… For more, take a look at […]
FlickIM is a great Instant Messenger client for the iPhone. I need Jabber access for mine, so I can’t use it as my primary until they ad that support, but this video is a very good riff on the iPhone instructional videos from Apple’s site, and will give you a good idea of what the […]
If you click on an Application and press Command+C you typically copy the entire App. If you’re just trying to email the name of an Application or add the name to a Document, it’s not going to work becuase the entire Application is going to get copied to that locatioin….but, there is a way to […]