It's finally here: the moment you've been waiting for. Well, you're probably waiting to actually own the product and hold it in your own bare hands, but until then this should hopefully suffice. Scroll down and click on each photo to embiggen to revel in the glory that is the iPhone 4. It's sleek, it's sexy, and it's got a really nice display. There's also a few screenshots of iMovie and some of iPhone iOS 4's features.
NY Daily Times News Investigation turns up icky results from swab tests performed on Apple's popular iPad. The anxious mobs of people checking out the ipad at Apple stores are allegedly leaving something unpleasant behind.
The WWDC 2010 conference hasn't even started yet and it is believed that there will be an announcement during the conference keynote about the next generation iPhone. The lack of a new iPhone announcement hasn't stopped AT&T from starting to adjust user eligibility requirements for an iPhone upgrade for a number of customers.
Apple confirmed last month that its wildly popular “Get a Mac” television commercials had seen their final sunset, but there is a last-minute WWDC rumor out that at least one half of the commercial’s team might see one last appearance.
Tomorrow is the big day, and we're sure you will all be glued to your Twitter feeds and this site hitting refresh refresh refresh for all the latest and greatest news from the WWDC and especially Steve Jobs' keynote address. We all know the fourth generation iPhone handset will be officially announced at the event, but will it go on sale on the floor as some have speculated? And what about iPhone OS 4.0? Will we be getting that tomorrow too?
Only time will tell, so while you wait don't just sit there twiddling your thumbs, enjoy the best of Mac|Life from the previous week.
Let’s face reality: Adobe could have slapped a CS5 label on an untouched version of Illustrator CS4, and all the digital artists of the world would still be using Illustrator as their go-to app for vector art. It’s not like there’s any serious competition in the arcane world of control points and bezier curves. As such, when a new Creative Suite version is released, the question isn’t “Should I buy Illustrator or the package from those other guys?” but rather “Does this latest CS version include enough new magic to warrant an upgrade?”