Every Monday, we'll show you how to do something new and simple with Apple's built-in command line application. You don't need any fancy software, or a knowledge of coding to do any of these. All you need is a keyboard to type 'em out!
Writing in the Terminal provides a distraction-free environment to get your thoughts onto digital paper; however, you may be missing a crucial modern-day writing convenience: spell checking. With a little command line utility called “spell,” you can easily see where spelling mistakes lie within your documents. Continue reading, and we’ll show you how to edit your way through a document in the Terminal.
Ah, nothing like the sweet smell of an Apple rumor. While the rumor of a smaller and cheaper iPhone has certainly been around for awhile, Bloomberg reported today that Apple is indeed trying to bring this to fruition. Read on for the details!
Every year, Apple releases new iPods, forcing us all to consider whether its time to upgrade our music player. The 2010 crop of iPods--revamped shuffles and nanos, and a refreshed iPod touch--represent some of the biggest changes to the iPod lineup in recent times. Apple curiously left the classic out of this round of updates, and as the sole remaining hard drive-based iPod, we suspect that the venerable classic is on its way to being a relic remembered by music geeks alongside other forgotten audio tech like wax cylinders and, uh, those CD things.
We got hands-on with the new iPod's after Apple's big music event. Will they tear up the charts, number one with a bullet? Or are they next summer's state fair act? Follow the jump for our hands-on first impressions.
Apple and Nike introduced the Nike+ system of shoes and small pedometer a few years ago. The small device can connect to your iPod to provide you with important fitness data, but could a new addon bring even more information to your iPod.