October 14 “Notebooks” Event confirmed

October 9, 2008

Apple this morning sent out invitations to a press event in San Francisco next Tuesday at 10am PST (1pm EST). The invitation simply is a picture of a light shining on an aluminum notebook along with the text “The spotlight turns to notebooks.” Speculators believe the biggest point to be made at this event is that Apple […]

Why Apple’s current Mac Mini strategy is failing

August 8, 2007

The Mac Mini seemed like it had a bright future ahead of itself when Steve Jobs first introduced it at MacWorld 2005. It was introduced as the perfect switcher’s machine, since it was “bare bones”, cheap, and allowed for connection to third party displays, keyboards, and mice. When Steve introduced the new machine, it was […]

New Core 2 Duo Mac Minis, aluminum keyboards

August 7, 2007

Today the Mac Mini survived and finally gets a speed bump and new upgrade options, including dual-layer superdrive options and additional hard drive and RAM options. The 1.83 GHz combo drive model is available for $599 and the 2.0GHz superdrive model is available for $799. Each models have standard 1GB RAM, and the 1.8 GHz […]

New iMac takes on iPhone’s design

August 7, 2007

Today Apple released a new generation of iMacs that sport an exciting new design, with glass and aluminum as the primary case materials. The new iMac models are much slimmer, have a glossy glass screen and an aluminum casing similar to previous rumors. The iMac also comes with the new slim keyboard that was leaked […]

Macworld Keynote 2007 in review

January 9, 2007

Today was a major milestone for Apple Computer, Inc. that will be looked back in retrospect a major turning point when Apple finally completes its digital media ring of products and services. January 9, 2007 will be remembered as the day Apple announced many revolutionary products, such as the smart-phone and digital media hub that […]

UsedMac.ca relaunches with new look and improved search

September 26, 2006

UsedMac.ca the web site that offers a place for Canadian Mac users to buy and sell used Apple and related products has relaunched with a brand new look and improved search capabilities. Visitors can now search by Category, Province and Postal Code which will allow you to find that used Mac you were looking for […]

Apple’s new focus: Busting the “Macs are overpriced” myth

September 15, 2006

Now that the Intel transition is “complete”, Apple is now focusing on a major problem Apple has had for a very long time. That problem is probably the most important and decisive reason for a consumer to buy a computer, and that problem is price. Even though Macs last probably twice as long as standard […]

Apple Releases Bluetooth Mighty Mouse

July 26, 2006

With the recent FCC articles and photos on various sites, one day later, the bluetooth mighty mouse has appeared for sale in Apple’s Online Store, having a $69 price tag with a 3-5 day shipping time. The new mouse uses laser tracking and comes with 2 AA batteries and there is word of the new […]

Marware protection pack for MacBook Pro

July 18, 2006

Marware has specialized in making iPod, Mac, and cell phone cases and peripherals for over 10 years. My MacBook Pro suffered from an early case of pitting and scratching on the part of the aluminum where you rest your hands when you type. As mentioned earlier, I received a replacement top case thanks to some […]

BitPim for Mac OS X

July 17, 2006

BitPim is one of the coolest, cheapest (freeware), easiest, ugliest apps available to Mac users with cell phones. Ever since I got my LG VX8300 from Verizon Wireless, I have been wanting a way to transfer pictures, ringtones, etc. to my cell phone from my Mac and vice-versa. I struggled after failing to browse the […]

« Previous Entries  Next Page »



Is Apple becoming evil?
View Results


error : cannot receive stock quote information


Subscribe to Appleology

Add this feed to your online news reader

Appleology Widget