The new iOS 4.1 update for iPhone and iPod touch is out. The update--for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and iPod touch family--will enable users to utilize the HDR photography capabilities of the devices, as well as Game Center (limited to the iPhone 4 and 3GS) and HD video uploading to YouTube (limited to the iPhone 4 and latest iPod touch 4th-generation).
Today Apple updated its iWork '09 suite of apps to address various bugs in Pages, Keynote and Numbers. They also added the ability to export to ePub format from Pages. These ePub files can then be synced to an iPhone or iPad for use with iBooks.
For those of you running iOS 4 on your iPhone 3G, you know it's unbearably slow. So slow, in fact, that you may have followed our guide to downgrade your iOS to get it running back in its original state. Well, Steve Jobs, the man himself, says an update that will fix sluggish performance should arrive soon.
Apple has just released a Snow Leopard graphics update that fixes all of your video game woes.
The update contains stability and performance fixes that address the frame rate issues in Valve's Portal and Team Fortress 2, as well as an issue that causes Aperture 3 or StarCraft II to randomly quit or become unresponsive.
If you've been having issues with your favorite games for awhile now, this simple, 70MB update just might fix your problem.
Do you like your digital cameras raw? Well, good, because Apple is serving up a cold dish of compatibility updates. Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Updates 3.3 was released today for Aperture and iPhoto users.
My Software Update application keeps asking me to install these Digital Camera Raw Compatibility updates, but I don’t have an SLR or any camera that shoots RAW images, so I’d rather not install that update. How can I get Software Update to stop asking me?
If you thought Apple had exhausted its goody bag for the week with new hardware on Tuesday, think again. Wednesday morning, Apple made available a Safari 5.0.1 update, with the major new addition being a Safari Extensions Gallery and a whole lotta third-party extensions from major players like Twitter, Bing, eBay and more.
Oh boy, isn't today just filled with updating goodness? Grab yourselves a cuppa very chilly iced tea and sit back and relax as iTunes basically upgrades your whole life. In addition to iTunes 9.2.1, iBooks is also announcing an update [iTunes link]. This version will enable you to open and read PDF documents from Mail and the ability to search for them. In addition, you'll be able to take advantage of the new bookmarking systems with the new page ribbon, and keep them synced wirelessly between your mobile iDevices.
Apple released iOS 4.1 to developers on Wednesday, but if a new rumor is to be believed, they may unleash a 4.0.1 update for everyone as early as today to squash some bugs and most notably, address the signal attenuation issue everyone has been talking about.