With the recent release of OSX Mavericks, some Mac owners might be thinking of doing a clean install instead of just upgrading to the newest Apple OS. Over time a Mac can get cluttered and filled up with log files, caches, and duplicate media files. This is where FULL-Diskfighter comes in. This application installs in […]
Archives for October 2013
Fatal addiction: Authors accuse Apple of destroying Japan’s tech industry (via GlobalPost) Enlarge TOKYO, Japan — Wall Street loves to speculate on whether Apple Inc.’s latest gadget is a winner or a dud. But here in Japan, the tech giant has another constituency desperate to see iPhones disappearing from store shelves: The nation’s…
With the recent release of OSX Mavericks there are some pretty handy additions to the OS that were a long time coming. Many of these new features are somewhat subtle changes and as such are fairly hidden. To help bring these new features to light we’ve compiled a list of 13 new tricks in OSX […]
You’ve seen the concept art showing off the outside of Apple’s new wheel-shaped “mothership” campus. Now, here’s your very first look at what the inside of Apple Campus 2 will be like.
When Apple released the new iPhone models back on September 10th, many saw the new iPhone 5C as the cheap iPhone everyone has been talking about. Complaints about the 5C started immediately and have persisted through to today, with comments about Apple cutting orders of the colorful brother to the iPhone 5S and how many […]
You know it looks cool, and you know it’s going to be crazy expensive to build. But here are 5 facts about Apple’s enormous new “mothership” Campus that will blow your mind.
Apple’s latest (and last of ’13?) keynote event unveiled the next-gen, ultra-thin, Mini-inspired “iPad Air.” But there was loads more revealed and shown off at this massive event. This is what you need to know.
Apple surprised everyone today by slashing the price of its next big OS upgrade down to nothing. OS X Mavericks is free, and it’s available right now.
When you make a new user account in OSX the highest level of permissions you can assign it is Administrator. While this is the highest set of permissions you can assign someone, it’s not the highest set on your machine. There is an account that works above the regular user accounts and can view all […]
Not content with just one spaceship-shaped structure at Apple Campus 2, the tech giant is planning a second facility on the grounds that’s also round, but this one looks like a flat saucer hovering over the ground.
Apple might make Garageband a freemium standard (via The Inquirer) GADGET DESIGNER Apple might be making its Garageband app available by default on iOS. Mac site Macrumours noticed the change to Apple’s list of built-in apps for the iPhone 5S and was first to spot Garageband. “Garageband is free on the App Store for…
Source It used to be that the only things that needed insurance were houses, cars, and other really expensive purchases. The idea of insuring something as “trivial” as a smartphone would have been an overkill a mere 5 years ago, but times, they are a’changing. While we do see more people with iPhones on the […]
Apple’s iPhone 5c Loses Its Shine (via Wall Street Journal Digital Network)
Apple is one of the most profitable consumer companies around today, so it might seem odd to think about what Apple must do to survive, but it is a valid concern. With Steve Jobs gone, Apple has entered a new age and the future of this ingenious company could very well be in jeopardy. Some […]
Apple’s iOS 7 vs. Google’s Android 4.4 (via slashdot) Now that Apple’s iOS 7 is in the wild, it’s perhaps time to compare it with Google’s upcoming Android 4.4 (codenamed “KitKat,” as in the candy bar). As with previous versions of Android, this latest iteration is named after a sweet confection…