We get all giddy about installing Snow Leopard on Friday and using Dock Expose until our eyes bleed. Steve Jobs is allegedly working non-stop on the tablet and an iPhone app developer has a few choice words for Apple.
Plus we got a sweet tip for never-ever forgetting your Airport password. Just hope no one breaks into your house to use Wi-Fi.
Word on the street is that Apple plans to have its annual iPod event on September 9. How will this event coincide with the staff's plans to play The Beatles Rock Band? Only time, and bad impressions of John and Paul will tell.
The iPhone shoots up the camera chart on Flickr and we answer all your burning questions with soothing answers that should be applied twice daily.
Apple adds the matte screen option to the 15-inch MacBook Pro just in time for late summer pool side computing. Gene Munster busts out the crystal ball to predict the sales figures of the not-yet announced Apple tablet. No word on which spirit plane Gene used to report on the tablet.
iTunes 9 rumors gets us excited, and a little worried, and we wonder what's going on with the Apple TV.
The staff gets excited about the potential of Netflix on the iPhone, then realize that it probably it won't happen and cry a little. We talk about the Google Voice fiasco a bit more and we lament the horror of the Facebook iPhone app and its many shortcomings.
This week the staff celebrates episode 100 with something that is bound to have you commenting with disregard to Robbie's feelings. The Apple Tablet rumor keeps coming back. This time we plan on plunging a stake into it's heart and cutting off its head.
The iPhone is so rad, it's destroying the very fabric of the cell phone industry and the Mac|Life staff is okay with that. For the love of Pete, when will the NetBook rumors stop? This time it's rumored to hit the market in October. Will it be a trick, or a treat. (Sorry, we couldn't help ourselves.)
Finally, Apple announces that 1.5 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store. Wow!
Can you believe it? It's already been a year. We can remember installing Cube Runner on our iPhones and cruising through a world of vector walls. One year later and the App Store is a runaway hit. We talk about our favorite apps and how difficult it is to pick just one.
Steve Jobs returns to Cupertino and we're surprised at how quickly Steve is up and walking around after a major surgery. We introduce the Susie Retirement Fund and we talk about the iPhone 3GS overheating issue. Mmmm mmmm toasty.
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