Apple adds the matte screen option to the 15-inch MacBook Pro just in time for late summer pool side computing. Gene Munster busts out the crystal ball to predict the sales figures of the not-yet announced Apple tablet. No word on which spirit plane Gene used to report on the tablet.
iTunes 9 rumors gets us excited, and a little worried, and we wonder what's going on with the Apple TV.
When the Financial Times put out a story last month
detailing a project between Apple and major record labels named
“Cocktail,” the story everyone reported was the purported release of a tablet Mac
alongside said project.
Behold the wondrous tale of Apple’s legendary Tablet computer,
documenting nearly a decade of openly whispered secrets, extraordinary
rumors, astonishing apparitions and intrepid souls who pore through
patent databases, ask hard questions, and dare to speculate about the
magic being conjured up behind closed doors in Cupertino.
This week the staff celebrates episode 100 with something that is bound to have you commenting with disregard to Robbie's feelings. The Apple Tablet rumor keeps coming back. This time we plan on plunging a stake into it's heart and cutting off its head.
Nerds have taken to their seats in large numbers to further investigate todays announcements of Apple finally launching a tablet system. Thanks to them, we now have got more news on the tablets development! OMG!! PONIES!!!
Tablets are often thought to be just for graphic designers who’ve
eschewed the mouse for something “more organic.” They wave their hands
over the magical device and create art out of nothing. What most Mac
people don’t realize is that the tablet isn’t just a designer’s tool.
It’s useful for nearly anyone who puts in serious time in front of a
computer. With its wealth of customization options, Wacom’s Intuos4
becomes a useful input device for a variety of applications, and its
sensitivity makes it a great tablet for the traditional audience of
graphics pros. Wacom’s new line of Intuos4 tablets has raised the bar
in the tablet game.