It's here! It's finally here! Yes, the Verizon iPhone 4 arrived in our hands this morning in a lovely white FedEx box. We've yet to test it to see if it's got more bars in more places (actually, that's AT&T's motto, whoops), because we're too busy manhandling and enjoying the feel of a brand new iPhone 4. Except that, honestly, it's the exact same as the AT&T iPhone 4, except that its insides have that sexy dual-band CDMA/GSM chip. It's also got those sweet racing stripes that make it a bad candidate for your old iPhone 4 case. Anyway, enjoy the snap shots.
The most striking thing about reading an issue of The Daily is how much it doesn’t feel like a newspaper. But that’s not necessarily a good thing.
In a time when most traditional newspaper publishers are cutting staff and trimming costs to stay in the black, The Daily represents more than just a potential revenue stream -- it’s a reboot of the whole industry. And as one of those fortunate enough to still have a job in said industry, I’ve hung on The Daily’s every word, hoping it would be every bit as revolutionary as the device it’s made for.
Like the week of the Verizon iPhone, there was one story that was the dominator of the news here, and that story was Macworld Expo 2011. We've got videos, we've got galleries, we've got stories, we've got interviews. We've got it all. And here it all is, just in case...yeah, yeah, you know, just In Case You Missed It.
We're back at Macworld Expo for another day of seeing cool things, meeting cool people, and walking really slowly. Our feet are sore, our iPhones are bulging with new contacts (but AT&T's network is holding up like a champ, it must be said), and our backpacks are sagging with swag and empty water bottles. Join our fun with a spin through some photos taken from the show floor on day 2.
The Expo is also open tomorrow from 10am to 6pm, so if you're in the San Francisco area, stop by and check it out!
It's called Macworld Expo, but there's plenty of hardware to go with your iOS devices, too. We saw everything from clothing to enhance your iPad use, to innovative chargers, speakers, and even a iPad-compatible cooking thermometer to help you become a grill master.
iOS offerings might have stolen the spotlight (and most of the showfloor) at this year's Macworld Expo, but there were still plenty of awesome peripherals and hardware for Mac geeks. We found hardware gems that varied from SSDs to media streamers to awesome Mac Mini mounts and more.
The Macworld Expo 2011 show floor opened on Thursday, and we were there soakin' up the giddy, geeky vibes. Crowds of Mac lifers inched their way through the packed aisles of Moscone West in search of the perfect iPhone accessory, head-turning iPad case, or their next must-have piece of life-improving software. Between oohs and aahs over all the gadgets, we snapped some pics of the show floor to give you a feel for how it's going so far.
Keep an eye on MacLife.com for more galleries today and tomorrow!
This week's Best Case Scenario is doing something a little different. Instead of individual reviews, we picked out some of the more interesting iPad and iPhone cases showcased on the Macworld Expo 2011 showfloor and put 'em into a nifty gallery. Click through to get a glimpse at some of the cases coming out this year, and make sure to tune in to Maclife.com, and our Twitter and Facebook feeds, for more Expo coverage.
We cruised by Moscone this morning to see how the set up was going for Macworld Expo 2011. Since the event is being held in Moscone West this year instead of Moscone North or South, we couldn't sneak a peek down the stairs to see if exhibitors where setting up. We did get some pictures of the slightly exciting registration setup and of the banners being hung on the street. But really, the best thing we saw was the most awesome Apple-branded jacket ever.
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We had a great time mingling with you--the readers!--at our meetup on January 20 in downtown San Francisco. There was plenty of beer, lots of smiles, a fun little Apple-related pub quiz and a ton of prizes to be given away, including Incipio iPhone 4 cases for everyone who showed up from our friends at Incipio. One of you even made cupcakes for the whole lot!
Thanks to everyone for showing up, and if you didn't make it this time around, don't fret! We're having another reader meetup in the near future. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for news of the next meetup.