Apple-focused bloggers will now have to do something other than breaking confidentiality agreements or exploring LinkedIn's Apple employee pages to tell their tales.
Beta Seed: Help find hidden treasure.
Yesterday, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) quietly started a new program which permits users to try out pre-release versions of OS X. Named "Beta Seed," the program is available to anyone free of charge.
In IT Blogwatch, bloggers believe silence is golden.
The potential difference to global energy demand made by billions taking these few steps is significant. Doing so will help encourage other electronics firms to do what Apple wants them to do and the earth needs them to do: "Benchmark" its commitment to greener IT.
Apple offers just 5GB of free storage to iCloud users. Need more space? You got to pay for it. If you don't want to do this then you should take a look at these tips to keep your iCloud usage under control.
A few fresh ways to tweak better performance from your Mac.
This collection of essential apps will help you make better use of your contacts, develop ideas, work on projects and print from an iOS device without needing a new printer.
“Apple takes security very seriously. iOS and OS X never incorporated the vulnerable software and key Web-based services were not affected.”
While it doesn't offer Siri (yet) you can already control your Mac using speech – you can even add more spoken word commands using Automator.
Apple's "done innovating"? Don't be stupid. There's plenty more it can achieve.
Apple has assembled an all-star team featuring some of the world's most proficient and well-connected biosensor engineers. Is this extensive investment entirely dedicated to an iPhone app called Healthbook and an accessory called an iWatch?