Another day, another email from Steve Jobs. This time, Jobs is
responding to cries that the Mac OS X operating system has been left in
the dust by Apple's development team, and that there will be no 10.7
update at this summer's WWDC.
As quickly as iPhone OS 4.0 was shown off, developers and critics alike began a debate over the infamous “Section 3.3.1” which appears to prohibit third-party software such as Adobe Flash from creating apps that circumvent the iPhone SDK. At the center of the controversy is Daring Fireball’s John Gruber.
If you believe the veritable swirl of rumors leading up to today (as well as the fact that Apple’s web store is currently down as we write this), there will be new MacBook Pros unleashed today. But we might have the specs already!
We're pretty big fans of duct tape. The day we can't find a roll around the house for quick fixes is a pretty dark day. We even buy it in fancy colors (red duct tape for special projects, blue for serious ones).
And the only reason we haven't plunked for an iPad is the cash. But let's say we sold our plasma, scraped together all the change in our couch, sold back some CDs (we'd already ripped), and used our last spare penny for an iPad. What would we do to keep our investment safe?
When it comes to security, Apple users have had it very easy for a long
time. While their Windows peers have struggled with viruses, malware,
and trojans, the biggest security worry Apple users have faced is the
(largely apocryphal) prospect of being mugged if they’re wearing white
earbuds. Read on to see why this might not always be the case.