Obviously, we’re big fans of MacBooks. We take them everywhere. And
while Apple makes pretty sturdy gear, we’ll admit that we still like to
give our machines a bit more protection. There are tons of laptop
sleeves on the market, but unfortunately, a lot of them strike us as a
bit—well, blah. Haul’s line of MacBook sleeves, on the other hand, are
anything but boring. Made from recycled billboards, each is a
one-of-a-kind piece that can transport your laptop in singular style.
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.
Wishing you could cut your ties to the cable company forever? You
can. You can broaden your video entertainment choices and spend less
each month with an Apple tech-based home-media setup. We show you
Like everything Apple does, the new MacBook Pro lineup spawned a great
deal of Internet chatter among Mac faithful. Some welcomed the new
13-inch Pro with open arms, remembering the well-loved 12-inch
PowerBook—and happy to have a small MacBook with pro-level features as
an option. Others were less than pleased with the loss of the
ExpressCard slot in most MacBook Pro models (see “MacBook Semi-Pro?”
below), which Apple replaced with an SD Card slot in all but the
17-inch model. With no fewer than six different models available—not to
mention BTO options—there’s a wide range to choose from. And with a
$1,300 price spread across all the MacBook Pros, it’s clear that Apple
is targeting the new Pro models at a wider audience than ever.
This past weekend a rumor spread like wildfire about the potential features in iTunes 9 and today there are "leaked" screenshots of the application showing these features. Coincidence? We don't think so.
When the Financial Times put out a story last month
detailing a project between Apple and major record labels named
“Cocktail,” the story everyone reported was the purported release of a tablet Mac
alongside said project.
Despite all of Apple's hate with Google recently (Latitude and Voice
apps), it seems there may be a change in the future, or this is just a
lucky fluke for Tiverias, the developer of a new app that Apple
approved for the App Store - GPush.