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 […]

iWork ’08 Highlights

August 7, 2007

iWork ’08 introduces many new features, which Steve said “Completes the productivity suite”. Apple has published a set of webpages that tour each new feature in Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. The features in this productivity suite really do make it a fierce competitor with Microsoft Office. The new innovative features, user interface, and Apple-designed templates […]

iLife ’08 Guided Tour Highlights

August 7, 2007

Apple has published a twenty minute guided tour of the new iLife ’08 application suite, highlighting the key features and demonstrating the user interface. The guided tour is available for viewing on Apple’s website. The user interface on these new applications are stunning and fresh, and it truly does seem to be the biggest update […]

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 […]

Apple notifies .Mac subscribers of scheduled update tomorrow

August 6, 2007

Last week, selected members of the press were invited to a “Mac Product Event” scheduled for Tuesday, August 7. Speculation and rumor websites are predicting an assortment of updates to the Mac product line. The most significant is a rumored update to the iMac, featuring a new brushed aluminum finish and a new thin MacBook-like […]

iPhone Activations down due to “Scheduled Maintenance”

July 15, 2007

This morning I scheduled a Genius Bar appointment because the home button on my iPhone was defective. The Genius swapped out my iPhone for a new one (actually my third iPhone) and he told me that I needed to go back to iTunes to reactivate the iPhone for the third time. So, after reconnecting to […]

Official Leopard UI Revealed

June 11, 2007

A half a year ago, Appleology featured a rumor in an article, titled “Leopard’s Illuminating Graphical User Interface: Illuminous, discussing a possible user interface that could present itself in Leopard. The article was built off of speculation from Apple’s design themes in their recent software releases, including: Aperture Apple Pro Apps Front Row iTunes 7 […]

Safari 3 Beta Released for Mac OS X Tiger, Windows XP, Vista

June 11, 2007

Apple has officially released a beta version of their upcoming Safari 3, also providing full support for Windows XP and Vista, in attempts to raise global Safari browser marketshare. Apple is promoting the new Safari 3 by claiming its speed advantages over Firefox and Internet Explorer. Safari 3 for Mac improves on PDF controls, tabbed-navigation, […] Redesign

June 11, 2007

Along with today’s exciting announcements, Apple has redesigned their entire website, to shed its old “gray-lined theme” and opening it up to a new streamlined theme that reflects much of Leopard’s new iTunes-7-esque user-interface. The new website also includes some Coverflow-esque navigation and some AJAX-implementation.

In Response to ’30 Days with Mac OS X’

June 6, 2007

Brian Boyko, an author for the website, “Enthusiast“, recently published a review of OS X based on his initial thirty day experiences with the operating system, titled “30 Days with Mac OS X“. The article was published as part of a series that reviews the latest operating systems. The author didn’t come of as if […]

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