Tuesday finally saw Apple pull the trigger on the latest update to OS X Mountain Lion, and as usual for Cupertino, the release notes barely scratched upon the biggest improvement: No more viewing iMessages out of order on the Mac! But Apple was busy on other fronts, satisfying local government with a report on its new Campus 2 project while preparation has begin for WWDC 2013. Read on to find out more details!
Sure, Apple has more money than most of us could ever dream of, but that doesn't mean the company can't be frugal when it needs to be. Case in point: They're doing some cost-cutting revisions on the new Campus 2 in Cupertino.
Earlier this year, the Apple blogs ran wild for a time over allegations that Apple was assigning engineers to fake products, all in an effort to vet them for loyalty. But according to a new Ars Technica article, the entire concept itself may just be a fabrication.
It's a slow week for news, as most people took off halfway through the week to prepare themselves for an epic feast of gluttony and deliciousness. But the news marches on and Apple stories are no different. So what did happen? What did we talk about? What are the rumors out there? Let's take a peek.
Looks like it's going to take a little longer than expected for Apple's new spaceship-style campus to touch down in Cupertino now that the iPhone maker has revised its plans and pushed back the completion date.
In case you missed it Sunday night, CBS News has now posted the full Steve Jobs profile with official biographer Walter Isaacson for online viewing -- and if that’s not enough, Apple has posted an 80-minute video from the company’s own private tribute to the man for all to see.
“Hump Day” is here again, with Apple celebrating the life of Steve Jobs in a private ceremony held earlier today on the company’s Cupertino campus (and simulcast to Apple retail stores worldwide). The Apple co-founder continues to be memorialized ahead of his official biography which hits stores on Monday (more on that in a moment), but here’s what else is happening around the internet for this Wednesday, October 19, 2011.
Even though most of us never got an opportunity to meet Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in person, we still felt a connection to the man, the myth, the legend through the products he introduced. Now, Apple has collected emails from more than a million of you in a new page on the company’s website.
Of all the news items we report here at MacLife.com, writing about the death of Apple co-founder Jobs at age 56 is certainly the one we’ve dreaded the most. By now, co-workers, celebrities, politicians, journalists and even regular folks who simply love Apple products have all chimed in on the news. We woke up this morning in a world with one less visionary -- particularly difficult when there are so few of them to begin with. Here’s a recap of related news and events for Thursday, October 6.