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Apple Announces iOS 6
At today’s WWDC keynote, Apple took some time to demo the exciting new features of the latest release of what they dub the “world’s most advanced mobile operating system”. With hundreds of new features, changes and improvements expected when the software is released this Fall, Apple highlighted some of the major changes we can look forward to. Maps There’s been a...
Apple Previews OS X Mountain Lion
Today was a big day at Apple’s WWDC keynote address, highlighting major changes to both hardware and software for their entire line of laptops as well as desktop and mobile operating systems. Previously announced, OS X Mountain Lion is the next major release of Apple “revolutionary” desktop operating system. At WWDC, Apple execs took some time to reveal some of the new features...
The New iPad Battery →
parislemon: Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Between the release of the iPad 2 last year and the announcement of the new iPad yesterday, Apple has nearly doubled the capacity of the battery, taking it from 25Wh to a massive 42Wh. Measured in milliamps this boosts the battery from 6944 mAh to a monstrous 11,666 mAh. That’s a massive, massive jump in the same basic space (ever-so-slightly bigger). This...
iPad 3 Unveiling March 7 →
parislemon: Rene Ritchie scoops the info, and Jim Dalrymple confirms it. Good enough for me. As previously discussed, March 7 makes sense as it’s a Wednesday, a day which Apple likes to use for such events. But it does call into question a SXSW launch. That event starts on March 9. Last year, the iPad 2 launch coincided with the first day of SXSW and Apple set up a pop-up store in Austin to...
IE 7 and IE 8 Tweet Issue
The actual issue here is that you’re trying to tweet with Internet Explorer. Get with it people. twitterstatus: Some user may be experiencing issues Tweeting when using IE 7 or IE 8. Our engineers are currently working on this issue.
The Life and Times of Steve Jobs →
Steve Jobs packed a lot of living into his 56 years. If his career had ended 30 years ago, he still would have made history for helping popularize the personal computer. But he did so much more than that.