Here at MaclLife, we like to have you covered when it comes to your holiday shopping, and gift giving in general. Etsy.com, one of the biggest site devoted to DIY crafters and vintage resellers alike, has some pretty rad Apple stuff to meet your gift giving and collecting needs. We sought out some of the best gift ideas to help you find what you're looking for that special techie in your life.
Every year we dust off the ol' noggins and come up with what we hope Apple will unleash from the bowels of Cupertino. We've even enlisted the help tech superstars Veronica Belmont, Brian Lam, Michael Brook, Mark McClusky, and Mark Frauenfelder and our readers to come up with future design.
As we wind up this years week of Apple Fauxtotypes, take a trip down memory lane with all of our fauxotypes in one place.
It seems like no matter where WikiLeaks goes, controversy ensues. The latest stop for the infamous website is the App Store, where an unofficial app that lets you read WikiLeaks site content and Twitter feeds has now been removed by Apple.
There’s no denying it: the holidays are upon us. Christmas is finally here, and all of you last minute holiday gift shopping procrastinators are just about hosed. To mark the occasion and make the season just a little bit brighter, we here at Mac|Life have put together a list of our favorite Christmas flavored iOS apps sure to make the season bright for die-hard yuletide sentimentalists and humbugs alike.
Alarms are a great feature of iCal and the MobileMe Calendar; alarms can help keep you on track for your various daily activities. However, there's currently a bug with MobileMe that prohibits you from creating an alarm that will alert you more than two days in advance of the scheduled calendar item. We found a simple work around that can help you until this bug is fixed by Apple.
If you’ve got a few extra bucks to spend this year, you can make even $100 go a lot further this holiday season. Just because you’ve waited until Christmas week to start shopping doesn’t mean you have to settle for junk! Here are ten great ideas that will make last-minute buyers look like heroes to any gadget lover.
We all know that gadget lovers tend to have more expensive tastes, and they can be a finicky bunch of folks to buy for when money is tight. That’s why we’ve assembled a list of ten last-minute gift ideas to fit your $50 (or less) budget, with stuff that they’ll really enjoy, including Mac software, iOS accessories and a couple of things to make your last-minute buying look like you had it together all along.
2010 has been a great year for iOS apps and the devices that use them. With the introduction of the Retina Display on the iPhone 4 and the generous amount of screen real estate offered by the iPad, Apple mobile product users have become accustomed to beautiful user interfaces that not only look good, but provide them, in most cases, with immediate application gratification. As the year comes to a close, however, one developer has seen fit to bend those gorgeous screens to his will, providing us with an application that doesn't offer instant satisfaction. Instead, Strange Rain--really more a work of art than a game--rewards long-term use while looking good doing it.