Rumors, rumors, everywhere rumors, the iPhone 5 is coming! But when? And does it look like the sweet picture in our gallery? We can only hope. That's a hot tip all right, and it matches some other bits of information coming in, so it looks like we're down to team September release or team October. But what other hot news what shaking the Applesphere this week? Let's have a look see, shall we?
Steve Uy established himself well in the comic book industry over the last decade, illustrating covers for Marvel's Uncanny X-Men and Iceman, along with DC's JSA Classified and other books, as well as providing full artwork for several issues of Marvel's Avengers: The Initiative. He also put out two of his own self-created mini-series: Feather, released in 2003 by Image Comics, and Jova's Harvest, which followed in 2005 from Arcana Studios.
In today's economy, sometimes it can be hard on the old wallet strings to rush right out and get the latest and greatest Apple product. Thankfully, the lifeline of Macs are able to run for a long time, allowing for users to purchase previous generations of Macs, and still be able to get the same enjoyment and use as those sporting the new editions. Below, we'll show you how you can save on previous generations of Macs, and for our nostalgic readers who might be in to collecting old Macs, a way you can save on those too!
Apple kicked off the month of August with a new update for the company’s eternal living room “hobby,” the Apple TV, with a 4.3 update that finally allows the streaming of purchased television shows -- both those purchased from the tiny box as well as those bought in the past. Here’s a look at this and other new features.
As iCal turns to the last full month of summer, we begin to turn our sun drenched thoughts to the hopes and promises of fall -- back to school, the start of football, baseball playoffs, and new stuff from Apple. We know iCloud is coming, and iOS 5 is certainly calling, but there is one growing sand worm of a rumor that keeps pulling us back into the land of unsubstantiated guesses: iPhone 5. So, what is the deal with the next iPhone? Honestly, we have no idea. But, we have been keeping track of the most likely, or at least most interesting, rumors regarding this mythical beast. Rumors from around the world. For serious. So, fear not faithful readers, and let us guide you through the land of "inside sources" and "analyst predictions" to share with you the latest iPhone 5 rumors!
The new Mac mini is certainly a gorgeous portable powerhouse, giving users the chance to have the capabilities of a Mac desktop all at a pretty affordable price. With that though, to get it to be a full fledged Mac, you need to outfit it with some new gear, be it a monitor, keyboard, mouse, or perhaps some sweet new speakers. Check out some of the offerings to get you started, and perhaps help you decide further if the latest Mac mini is right for you and your budget.
If we told you there were patents galore in this week's news, would that surprise you? Well, what if we told you iLife everywhere, Facebook and the BBC on the iPad, and a new king of the smartphone manufacturing world? Well, there's that and there's more in this week's hottest Apple news. Just make sure you don't burn before reading.
Just got your new MacBook Air but not sure what to do with all your old CDs, CD-ROMs, and DVDs? Stop trying to stick them in that paper thin aluminum powerhouse, there is no optical drive in the MacBook Air. Settle down before you hurt somebody, and check out these five external optical drives you can plug right in and get back the whirring sound you've missed. Now, we're not talking Blu-ray or Thunderbolt here, just straightforward USB 2.0 based drives for disc jockeying, burning and ripping, and installing software.
Remember those school reports you had to do in geography class, where you had to look up a bunch of data about local cities and towns? Probably not, because that's a lousy way to learn. Unfortunately, that's the WindowSeat experience too.