Originally we heard that Apple would be hosting its next press event on October 15, but that date looks as though it was off just a tad. As reported by AllThingsD this afternoon, Apple's next event will fall on October 22, and the focus will center squarely on the upcoming fifth generation iPad and the new iPad mini, although some attention will be given to the Mac Pro and OS X Mavericks as well.
Adobe kicked off its annual MAX conference in Los Angeles over the weekend, and MacLife.com was in attendance for the keynote address introducing the next generation of the company's creative applications.
Americans may be enjoying the spoils of their cellular-equipped iPads, but they haven't quite reached every corner of the world yet -- including China, where the costlier models will finally be available later this week.
There's been a lot of activity in the instant messaging space lately, with Microsoft rolling its MSN Messenger into Skype and Facebook increasing the ways mobile users can communicate -- which could soon include the iPad.
As anyone in the publishing business can tell you, it's expensive to print magazines -- particularly when so many of them wind up unsold in the first place. The publishers of Newsweek know this all to well as they transition to all-digital next year.
Mac and iOS users alike were blessed with updates today, with Apple pushing out the first update to OS X Mountain Lion, while Facebook finally made good on promises of a faster, higher performance mobile app at last. Meanwhile, Amazon is ready to make a big announcement on September 6 and hey, Microsoft has a new look! Read on to find out what's new for this Thursday, August 23, 2012.
It may have been quietly slipped into a quote from CEO Tim Cook, but Apple has confirmed what we all assumed anyway: OS X Mountain Lion will be making its way onto the Mac App Store on Wednesday, July 25, 2012.