Recent iTunes Store Connection Issues

October 21, 2006

For the past few days the iTunes Store hasn’t been accessible for many (including myself) across the States and around the globe. Users experiencing this connectivity issue are making their voice be heard on several threads on the Apple Discussion forums. The threads haven’t reached any form of conclusion on why this is happening and […]

Small number of Video iPods carry Windows Virus

October 17, 2006

Apple admitted that less than 1 percent of iPods shipped after September 12 are carrying a Windows trojan horse with the filename of RavMonE.exe. RavMonE.exe infects the target computer by means of external storage drives and the famous “autoplay” function in Windows XP. The trojan horse can spread to other external drives when attacking a […]

iTunes 7.0.1 to fix many of the bugs in iTunes 7

September 20, 2006

iTunes 7 users are complaining to Apple about the new issues and bugs in iTunes 7. Threads on Apple’s Discussion forums have shown how the new iTunes 7 has many new issues including frequent crashing, poor audio playback, and some minor issues with the new iTunes 7 GUI. The noticeable cause of all this seems […]

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 […]

New Nano with iPod Mini-like enclosure in Fall 2006

July 10, 2006

Apple is testing and prototyping a new generation of the iPod Nano with a colored aluminum enclosure similar to the Nano’s predecessor’s enclosure. The new aluminum Nano could then be available in various colors, such as silver, pink, green, and blue. The new case is not expected to change the size or shape of the […]

Apple introduces new $899 iMac for education

July 5, 2006

Earlier we speculated that Apple was developing a new Mac for education-purposes only. Today Apple announced a new $899 iMac with 1.83GHz Core-Duo processor, 512MB of RAM, 80GB hard drive, Intel GMA 950 graphics with 64MB integrated graphics, and a combo drive. The $899 iMac is not packaged with an Apple remote, but Front Row […]

Apple adds new “MacBook Ultimate” retail configurations

July 4, 2006

Apple has introduced two new configurations of the MacBook line named the “MacBook Ultimate” available only at Apple’s retail stores. These two new MacBook Ultimate models are essentially the 2.0GHz white and black models of the MacBook with some hardware upgrades. The new white MacBook Ultimate is similar to the 2.0GHz model, but with an […]

Special Edition U2 iPod is back for an encore

June 6, 2006

Surprisingly, Apple has re-released the iPod U2 in a new 5G format, which is bundled with an iTMS code for a free 30-minute video of U2 of live concert videos and interviews with the band members. The 4G U2 iPod was released on October 26, 2004 and was discontinued six months later on June 28, […]

OS X 10.4.7 and iTunes 6.0.5 nearing release date

June 3, 2006

Reports of Apple seeding a new build of Mac OS X 10.4.7 have arisen again yesterday, this time with Intel build 8J2122 and PowerPC build 8J122. This new version of Mac OS X has been reported to have no issues and include major upgrades/bug fixes to Safari,, iChat, .Mac syncing/iSync, and Aperture. Other reports […]

Quicktime 7.1.1 Released

June 3, 2006

QuickTime 7.1.1 addresses an issue with 3rd party start-up items on Intel Macs. This release also fixes an issue exporting to Keynote presentations to iDVD. Also delivers numerous bug fixes, support for iLife06, and H.264 performance improvements. This update is highly recommended for all QuickTime 7 users. Use the 7.1.1 link above to go to […]

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