Apple is looking for some fresh blood to join its iLife and iWork development teams and “re-imagine how user interfaces should be built and work”, a series of job ads posted on its web site indicates. In addition to engineers in the iLife Frameworks QA department, Apple is also seeking a QA engineer to help test new features in iPhoto, a Senior User Interface Designer for iWork and two Senior Software Engineer positions which explicitly mention improving the user interface of iLife apps… Read More
Apple has this afternoon updated its iWork suite for both iOS and the Mac. The mobile versions of Pages, Numbers and Keynote all received fairly significant changes, and their Mac counterparts received minor updates. We’ve got the change logs for the apps after the break… Read More
In case you were not able to watch the iPad mini keynote live as it was happening yesterday, Apple made the video available for streaming on its website shortly after. But for those of you who don’t want to be tied to a wifi network in order to watch the keynote, you’ll be happy to learn that the whole iPad mini event is now available as a podcast download from iTunes… Read More
If you dont have time to devote an hour and twelve minutes to watch Apple’s iPad mini keynote, then get a load of this. We’ve compiled most of the crucial information in an easily consumable nugget that’s less than 4 minutes.
With today’s release of iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2, Apple has updated its Podcasts app with support for iCloud subscription syncing. Just a few minutes later, updates to Apple’s other apps went live in iTunes, including iLife and iWork apps and utils like Find My Friends, Remote, AirPort Utility and more. With so many third-party apps being updated for iOS 6 support as we speak, you may want to prioritize your downloads. Here’s what’s new in Apple’s own updated apps for your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad… Read More
Still haven’t seen the iPhone 5 Keynote? Strapped for time? We took the liberty to cut out all of the fluff, and other non-iPhone 5 hardware announcements from yesterday’s keynote. By doing so, we were able to cut it down to just a hair over 4 minutes, while still maintaining the vast majority of the important hardware details.
If you haven’t yet seen the keynote, and you’re solely interested in the iPhone 5 hardware, then this is for you.
Apple today finally posted its WWDC keynote talk to YouTube. The presentation saw CEO Tim Cook and other executives take the wraps off of iOS 6, unveil MacBook Pro with Retina display and more.
A lot of people prefer YouTube over any other video delivery system. So, if streaming the keynote through Apple’s website isn’t exactly your cup of tea and you’re not comfortable downloading the entire presentation as a high-definition iTunes podcast, enjoy this YouTube clip on whichever device you happen to use.
Me? I like my Apple keynote on my Apple TV… Read More
Looks like there will be a keynote at this year’s WWDC. According to the official schedule, the Cupertino, California-headquartered gadget designer will officially hold the keynote talk on Monday, June 11, 2012, when the annual developers pilgrimage is slated to kick off… Read More
If you’re anything like us, and if you’re reading this you probably are, then you’re the kind of person who likes to kick back with a coffee and enjoy a good Apple event in all its glory. That means on a big-screen TV, not hunched over a MacBook screen.
Now you can see the announcement of the iPad 3, sorry, new iPad, on a screen large enough to do it justice, with Apple now making the event available to download via iTunes.
That also means, dear friends, that you can also check the event out on your Apple TV. Like we did. Twice… Read More
On October 4th 10 am PST, Apple will finally unveil the next iPhone, putting an end to months of rumors and speculation. At this time, we don’t know if the event will be streamed live, but you can always count on us to report every bit of information about the announcement.
If you’re not in the US, do you know what time the keynote will start in your city and country? We make it easy for you… Read More
You can file this under the creative and ridiculous categories. Just in case you haven’t gotten enough of Apple’s WWDC keynote on Monday, you can now watch “WWDC 2011: The Musical.” We know, sounds like a dream come true.
It may sound like the worst 4 minutes of your life, but the guys that put this funny video together are actually quite entertaining. Check it out after the break… Read More
Ok folks, that WWDC 2011 keynote is here and available for your streaming pleasure. Two full hours of pure Lion, iOS 5, and iCloud goodness. This is assuming that you can get it to work because mine has just been hanging in there for 15 minutes.
Maybe Apple didn’t get the memo about iCloud yet? Read More
MyGreatFest is going to be the world’s first jailbreak and iCommunity convention. The event will take place on September 17, 2011 in London, UK.
The conference is still being organized, but the MyGreatFest team promises that their convention will be an educational and fun experience for any iDevice user. They already have the one and only Jay “saurik” Freeman confirmed as a keynote speaker for the convention (he invented jailbreaking). So, we know they mean business.