In an effort to stave off the quell of angry iPhone users with dropped calls and slow data connections, it appears that AT&T stepped in to help Apple tweak the device so it used available bandwidth more efficiently.
With only a few days until we get the iPad in our hands, we start getting giddy about our coverage of the device. Plus we discuss who's getting an iPad now, who's waiting until 3G, and who's holding out until the second generation and why.
New iPhone rumors fly about the Internet with very little to back them up other than speculation heaped upon speculation.
Plus, we answer your hard-hitting Twitter and Facebook questions!
Okay, they weren't that hard-hitting.
The Omni Group has been a major player in the productivity market on
Mac for many years, and even made a launch-day move on the iPhone App
Store in 2008 with its award-winning OmniFocus task management app. But
for Apple's next portable device, Omni has even grander plans: the
company announced in January that it will bring all five of its core
productivity and design apps--OmniGraffle, OmniPlan, OmniOutliner,
OmniGraphSketcher, and the aforementioned OmniFocus--to the iPad in
Last year, photographers interested in Apple’s software had to choose
between Aperture, a pro-level image organizer and editor, and its
farm-club counterpart, iPhoto ’09. It was a tough decision because
power users needed the editing tools in Aperture but were tempted by
Faces, Places, and other iPhoto-only tricks. Aperture 3 rebalances the
roster, adding those iPhoto functions while also juicing up with
high-end tools like Brushes. It’s an impressive update, and Aperture’s
streamlined, iPhoto-esque interface welcomes intermediates while
meeting the demands of power users.
The iPhone is a sexy gadget, but Apple wants to make sure it’s not that
kind of sexy. Much ado has been made over its zealous monitoring of the
App Store’s so-called vulgar content and its uneven enforcement of
content standards. And when Apple selectively purged over 5,000 naughty
apps from the App Store in February, the conversation grew louder. But
what are we really talking about?
Parental Advisory:This article deals with adult subject matter.
When coupled with the iPad's already extensive media capabilities, a
high-resolution SlingPlayer application will make the tablet a winning
go-to media extension device, whether you're at home or on the go.
It looks like Apple’s legal woes over patents won’t end with Nokia and HTC -- a Taiwanese firm has now filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission seeking to halt the import of Apple’s products that use multitouch.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak may have left his work at Cupertino in the late 1980s, but he still gets as geared up as the rest of us when a product is launched by the company. But why is he buying two iPads?
Sure, we know that Apple CEO Steve Jobs usually gets all the credit for the iPod (or at least shares it with designer Jonathan Ive), but one of the guys who really got his hands dirty on the original device has left Apple.
Charlie Miller, winner of this year's Pwn2Own hacking contest and noted
OS X security expert, took time out at the CanSecWest conference to talk
to Mac|Life about hacking Macs, insecure IPads and why OS X
users don't have to worry about anti-virus software...yet.