Posts Tagged ‘year’
Apple to debut a 60-inch, iRing controlled TV later this year The company has already tapped into the TV market with the Apple TV, a small box that connects television sets to iTunes and allows users to wirelessly display videos, photos and games from their Apple computers on their TV screens. Analysts have said … Read more on UPI.com (blog)
Tweaked Apple TV Offers 'Significant' but Nearly Invisible Power Savings With … Following Chipworks' examination of the new A5 chip found in Apple's tweaked Apple TV, AnandTech has performed its own analysis of the device. While many of the A5 chip details have already been covered, AnandTech focuses more on the device as a … Read more on Mac RumorsRelated Posts:
JEFFERIES: No Apple TV This Year (AAPL) He says Apple wanted to have the TV this year, but can't make displays that it's happy with. Apple "wants a display that looks like 4K/Ultra HD but without the super-premium cost," says Misek. 4k is the next-generation of TV displays. It's the next HD … Read more on San Francisco Chronicle
A5 Chip in Tweaked Apple TV Still Manufactured by Samsung Since that time, we've been talking with chip experts at Chipworks and Silicon-IP about the possibilities and have confirmed that, unlike in the previous Apple TV, this even smaller A5 does not use a stacked chip design involving the DRAM. We were … Read more on Mac Rumors
Samsung, not TSMC, still makes the Apple TV's new A5 processor Apple's new, revised version of the third-generation Apple TV may look the same on the outside, but on the inside we already know that it uses a new, smaller version of the A5 system-on-a-chip. We talked a bit about the implications of this processor … Read more on Ars TechnicaRelated Posts:
According to Apple, “Pages ’09 is both a streamlined word processor and an easy-to-use page layout application. It allows you to be a writer one minute and a designer the next, always with a perfect document in the works.”
Pages ’09 was last updated on December 4, 2012. It is a vital, active and very much alive product, even in the early days of 2013.
In the years before online distribution was practical, Apple operated in a world of CD and DVD distribution. Every year or two, they’d issue a new iLife or iWork release, appending the year to mark it out as a refreshed product.
Disc is dead. Isn’t it time for Apple to drop the year branding? After all, they’ve already moved past that kind of version-specific issue with newer apps like iBooks Author. In its second release, iBooks Author 2 is promoted on Apple’s site simply as “iBooks Author.” No “2.” The version is irrelevant.
What do you think? Should Apple walk away from its year branding? Drop your vote into this poll and then join in the comments with your thoughts.
Weekend Poll: Should Apple ditch year branding for its iLife and iWork software? originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Fri, 04 Jan 2013 23:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
On this special 2012 Year in Review show, hosts JL Knopp and Banks Lee will take you month by month highlighting the year’s biggest theme park and attraction news. Plus a Travel Tip, Hidden Mickey and more. Special thanks to this week’s sponsors: Mouse Fan Travel – www.mousefantravel.com Theme Park Connection – http Gaylord Palms Resort – www.christmasatgaylordpalms.com The Show is also available on iTunes as a video podcast and on Bright House Cable TV in Florida (Channel 300 in Central Florida and 340 in the Tampa area). • Subscribe to our YouTube channel www.youtube.com • Subscribe to our Print magazine and buy the latest issue: attractionsmagazine.com • Visit our Blog: attractionsmagazine.com • Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com • Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com • Watch more episodes of our TV show: attractionsmagazine.com • Find more Videos: www.youtube.com • Download our free iPhone and iPad app: tinyurl.com • Also look for our magazine on Nook devices and apps.Related Posts:
An iPad carrying the never-before-seen “iPad3,6″ designation was reportedly discovered by an app developer in his app analytics log, with the purported device running what looks to be an ARMv7 processor, the same architecture used in Apple’s A6 SoC.
It was reported on Friday that three to four thousand Foxconn workers at the company’s Zhengzhou factory went on strike over a rise in quality control demands for the iPhone 5, with the employees saying the new demands are difficult to meet given the handset’s design flaws.
Feral Interactive has a lot of expertise bringing PC games to the Mac, but they haven’t quite figured out how to do it quickly yet. Batman: Arkham City was one of the biggest console hits of last year, but Feral Interactive is only now releasing it on the Mac. The game’s going to be available in November, so if you haven’t played it yet and you’ve been waiting for the Mac version, the wait isn’t quite over.
There is a bright side, at least: This will be the Game of the Year Edition, which means that all of the downloadable content will be included — the Catwoman content that came with the game plus the Harley Quinn’s Revenge pack. The game features an open-world environment, lots of thugs to beat up with a really fun combat system and plenty of cameos from your favorite Batman characters. Arkham City’s a great game, and it’ll be nice to finally have it on the Mac, but man, it would have been even better to get it a little sooner than November.
Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition headed to Mac originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 02 Oct 2012 20:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
Twitter user @mgleet tipped me off that Apple appears to have bumped his iCloud storage plan to 25 GBs until the year 2050. Multiple people here at TUAW are seeing the same plan bumps, though none of us has upgraded our plans, not to mention paid 38 years in advance.
Apple has been known to offer cloud storage upgrades for free in the past when their online services didn’t live up to expectations (MobileMe). Could this be a way Apple is apologizing for the Maps debacle?
To check to see what your storage plan is, go to Settings>iCloud>Account on your iOS device. Free 20GB storage upgrades for previous MobileMe members are set to expire today, but currently a bunch of us are seeing that those plans are now set to expire September 30, 2050.
It’s possible this could be a bug on Apple’s end as they transition MobileMe members down from the 25 GB plan to the 5 GB plan, though it’s October 1st in New Zealand and one of our writers there is reporting he’s still on the free 25 GB plan, which should have ended at 11:59PM September 30 New Zealand time. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we hear more information.
Apple quietly bumping iCloud storage to 25 GB until the year 2050? originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Sun, 30 Sep 2012 19:06:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
The smartphone market share of Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems grew yet again during the three months ending in July, with the iPhone now accounting for one out of every three handsets while its rival captured 52.2 percent of the market.
One week after the iPhone 5 released on Sept. 21, regional wireless operators in the U.S. will begin selling Apple’s latest smartphone, with some carriers offering special incentives like $ 50 price cuts to lure customers.
The Souterrain performing ‘Time of Year’ at the Ballinamore Free Fringe Festival, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, Ireland. For more information on The Souterrain: www.facebook.com www.reverbnation.com twitter.com Video produced by Bad Apple Films ( www.badapplefilms.co.uk ) for The Band Wagon TV ( http ) Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
This video was uploaded from an Android phone. Painting her nails and singing along with ipod to Beautiful, Beautiful!Related Posts: