While iLife and iWork come stocked with powerful applications that are easy to use, sometimes it seems sort of pointless to install an application like GarageBand if you've absolutely no interest in editing audio, or iMovie if you don't usually take video. Fortunately, several MacRumors readers have pointed out that Apple's promotional materials for the upcoming Mac App Store hint that it'll be possible to buy each of the applications in the iLife and iWork suite individually.
The day of reckoning is finally here -- or at least Apple’s “Back to the Mac” event anyway, which kicks off at 10am PST at the company’s Cupertino campus. Late Tuesday, some last-minute leaks and rumors surfaced regarding the event, and here’s a peek at all of them.
You gotta love it when little leaks make their way through our internet wire. Patently Apple is reporting that the European Trademarks and Designs Registration Office has confirmed that one of Apple's new iPad designs is actually displaying an extra connector on the left side of its chassis.
The rumors about a new MacBook Air to be announced on Wednesday are heating up -- and now it appears that the diminutive laptop hasn’t shrunk from a 13-inch display to 11 inches, but rather there will be two different models available.
As the hourglass turns, so do the days of our lives--and the influx of iPhone on Verizon rumors that flood the internet. We're hearing reports that the forthcoming CDMA wireless standard could help encourage smartphone manufacturers, like Apple, to make handsets that work on simultaneous voice and data transmissions.
A Verizon exec addressed The Wall Street Journal story today about a Verizon iPhone by the end of the year, saying that essentially any news about any sort of a thing would have to come from Apple, not Verizon. Perhaps Verizon is getting tired of Verizon rumors?
Not a day goes by without another salacious Apple rumor making the rounds on the internet. This time, a team of analysts from Goldman Sachs are claiming that their sources have all the information about Apple's second-generation iPad next spring that will feature a camera, Mini USB port and a lighter design.
As fall trudges on, it can be expected that iPad rumors will start to pick up. We had mentioned last week about Apple possibly working on a smaller iPad, perhaps a la the new PlayBook. If a group of analysts from Goldman Sachs are to be believed (and their supply chain sources), we may actually just see a thinner iPad, but still maintaining the same 9.7" size.