Because these rumors just never stop. On this week's Mac|Life show, Robbie and Flo discuss the latest in iPhone 5 rumors, including that Sprint will be getting their own Apple handset and that it'll be dual-band. Plus, oh yeah, did you hear that Steve Jobs is leaving Apple as its CEO?
With Steve's letter of resignation hitting the internet today, we thought it would be nice to listen to Steve talk to graduates at Stanford. This is a great speech from 2005 that, to us, really gets to the heart of Steve Jobs.
With the release of Final Cut Pro X, everything changed and many editors accustomed to the traditional interface are having a hard time adjusting. In order to help you see some of the differences between version 7 and X, we've created this screencast to show you where some functions have moved to, what's new and what's been discarded. It's obviously not a complete list but it should hopefully give you an idea of what to expect if you decide to make the jump to Apple's current vision of video editing on the Mac.
It's Friday! You know what that means: time for another episode of The Mac|Life Show. This week, Robbie and Flo try to get everything straight: what's going on with that iPhone 5 case prototype, and why does Facebook have an iPad app all of a sudden? We'll tell you, but only if you watch the show.
Nate Birkholz, Lead Producer of City of Heroes (and a once-upon-a-time Mac gaming guru) gave us a walkthrough of the new City of Heroes Freedom. The new franchise is a hybrid MMO, meaning that it's got both free-to-play and paid content. Check out the video for more information, and be sure to stop by the NCSoft booth for a quick demo of the game.
In case you weren't privy, famed iPad 2 artist Stephane Kardos (he's featured as one of Brushes' top artists!) is doing live drawing demos at our Comic-Con booth. Check out the video to get a glimpse at how Stef uses Apple's tablet device as a part of his creative process. And just maybe you'll get a little inspired yourself.