After weeks of speculation, Apple appears to be sidestepping all of the rumors and charting their own path: iOS 4.2 will be released on Monday around 10am PST (1pm EST), and a companion update for the new second-generation Apple TV will finally bring video playback from those devices via AirPlay as well.
Boinx Software's iStopMotion is a great tool for creating stop motion movies using a camera connected directly to your Mac. This tool got much better today, however, with update 2.5. The update adds enhanced support for Canon cameras, better iMovie export options, tilt shift filter, and even color correction.
The iPhone has been capable of doing some amazing things thanks to third-party apps, and among them is the ability to use the handset as a portable document scanner thanks to apps like Scanner Pro, which has just released a new update with batch scanning and more.
Just two weeks after its October 26 debut, Microsoft has released the first update to Office 2011 for Mac in the form of a version 14.0.1 update, bringing security and performance enhancements to the highly praised application suite.
Right on the heels of last week’s 9.0.1 update which addressed potential data loss when updating your library from a previous version, Apple has released iPhoto 9.1 on Thursday. Among the changes are the ability to create and order calendars, additional letterpress holiday greeting cards and bug fixes.
After being reported both here and many other places online, it appears that Apple is well aware of the bugs currently plaguing new owners of 2010 MacBook Air models. A software fix appears to be on the way -- in the meantime, you’ll just have to put up with it.
Apple issued a rare weekend update to iTunes, and if you happen to be one of the few, the proud who actually use Ping, you’ll want to pay attention: They just made the social networking service much, much better.
Apple recently sent out updates for several of their professional video products, including Final Cut Pro and QuickTime 7.6.8. While the Pro product updates were mainly just to add support for new cameras, QuickTime 7 was updated to squash some serious vulnerabilities in the Windows version of the video software.