Apple's in-store Genius Bar is...well, genius. Unfortunately, driving to an Apple Store and waiting in line for tech support isn't always a practical solution. And in some areas, there isn't even an Apple Store nearby. But, there are a hefty number of online resources -- some published by Apple -- that can help you almost as well as your fellow geniuses. Read on to find out what they are and start bookmarking.
Apple may be slow to respond to controversy, but when they do, it usually does a good job of quelling the storm. After a solid week of uproar over the new Final Cut Pro X from video professionals, Cupertino has finally come forward with a new question and answer page on their website they hope to address user concerns.
iPhone 3GS owners: Don’t look for sympathy from users of the original iPhone or even the iPhone 3G when Apple finally unleashes iOS 5 later this year -- according to a new rumor floating around, the 3GS will be disinherited from running the next iOS.
iOS developers currently reaping the rewards of Apple’s iAd platform have apparently lost at least one target audience: Children. A new report claims that Apple has quietly removed iAds from all apps aimed at the little ones, citing “a lack of interest from advertisers.”
If you happen to be having problems booting up your mid-2010 model iMac, Apple may have a solution for you in the guise of the iMac Hard Drive Firmware Update 1.0 -- provided that you have the exact model that it’s capable of patching.
One of Apple's largest venues for when it comes to Apple users helping other Apple users has gotten a facelift. Apple has pulled the wool off of the new Apple Support Communities support forum that it had announced last year. With it comes new social network features, and it replaces the Apple Discussions board.
Less than five months after introducing their new Chrome-based browser update, Flock has announced that they’re putting a stake in the heart of the original “social web browser,” ending support as of April 26.
Most everyone in the tech world knows that Microsoft and Google aren’t exactly the best of friends, particularly this week as Mountain View is lobbing accusations at Redmond over Bing stealing their search results. Now Microsoft has decided to stand firm behind H.264, leaving Google to fend mostly by themselves with WebM.
One of the best features of the Mac is that there are tons of accessibility features for individuals with visual impairments and hearing impairments. Fortunately, Apple has moved some of its accessibility technologies over to the iPhone 4. Namely, Braille Display support.