When you’re trying to convince an Apple Store Genius that your nine-month-old MacBook Air inexplicably stopped working and you most certainly did not pour a steaming cup of coffee all over it, there’s a question you definitely don’t want to hear: How come it smells like hazelnut?
That the iPhone uses more bandwidth should seem obvious to most iPhone users; we
chose this phone because it makes Internet connectivity so easy. The real question is, how is, which of your most-used apps are responsible for the clogging of AT&T's network.
No matter how happy you are with your current Web browser, chances are
you’ve wondered if another browser would make your Web wanderings
faster, easier, or at least a little more festive. We speculate about
that too (probably far too often), so we decided to run some tests,
compare features and figure out which browser currently rules the Web.
After years of listening to the smug kids at Best Buy and GameStop talk smack about gaming on the Mac, we found five Windows PC games that not only are dirt cheap, but also perform amazingly well under Apple’s Boot Camp technology.
Apple's Mac OS X v10.6 was released two weeks ago and for most of us the
transition from Leopard to Snow Leopard went by without incident.
However, we've spent part of the last few weeks scouring Apple's discussion
boards and support site for solutions to problems people have been
reporting with the upgrade.
As any Web maven knows, content is king. But it’s not always in the fancy graphics, photos, or video. Most of the work we do on our Macs calls for manipulating text, that is, typing words. We present eight text-savvy Mac apps that make your time at the keyboard more productive--enjoyable even.
For twin brothers Asaf and Tomer Hanuka, growing up amid the earthy
palette of sun-bleached Israel spurred a longing for more colorful
environs. The twins say they became hooked on the supersaturated hues
and fantasy worlds of comic books (“We lived in those panels,” says
Tomer), and thus two careers in illustration were set in motion.
Apple’s trademark industrial design--sleek lines, brushed aluminum,
uncluttered and often buttonless surfaces--is almost the polar opposite
of the workspace that writer and illustrator Bob Eckstein has created
for himself. Still, Eckstein has always made his living with Macs.
How--and why--an Arctic-obsessed illustrator and author brought the “stench of low tide” into his Mac-based home office.
Together, the iPhone 3.0 OS update and iPhone 3GS offer faster Web
surfing, gaming, and Twittering than ever. Here's what's new in the
iPhone OS and accessible to all iPhone users. We also review the 3GS,
the fastest, slickest most fun iPhone yet.