Tag Archive: Drive


Seagate Unleashes the Largest Consumer External Drive the World Has Ever Seen

Seagate’s new, largest-in-the-world GoFlex Desk external hard drive ($ 250) weighs in at a strapping four terabytes. I know, that’s only one terabyte more than their next biggest desktop drive; but that’s enough storage space for 30.3 million more press images like the ones above; 833,333 more GoFlex user guides; or 2,272 more videos of me trying to duct tape some  [Read More…]

This Guy Walked Away From The Genius Bar With A Drive Full Of Apple’s Retail Secrets [Exclusive Pics]

After news broke yesterday that Apple had, for the second time in two years, lost an iPhone prototype at a San Francisco bar, the general reaction was one of incredulity. How could Cupertino carelessly misplace their prized corporate secrets twice in a row? It happens more than you might think. In fact, we’ve got the exclusive scoop on how one guy walked out of his local Apple Store recently with  [Read More…]

Add a Second Hard Drive to Your New Mac Mini With This Kit from iFixit

Following the launch of the new Mac mini earlier this year, the guys over at iFixit performed their customary teardown and revealed that the eradication on the system’s optical drive leaves room for a second hard drive. In order to make installing your own a great deal easier, iFixit has launched an awesome little kit that provides everything you need for the job. The $ 70 kit comes with everything you need  [Read More…]

Connect USB Flash Drive Or SD Card To iPad [Guide]

Apple had released iPad 2 On March, 2011. We all have been expecting the iPad 2 to have a USB Slot and a SD Card reader but Unfortunately that didn’t happen. Now there is a way to do just that on your jailbroken iPad. USB-Stick-With-iPad-700x525 Our friends at CydiaHelp.com has been tipped this method of  [Read More…]

Use Lion Recovery Disk Assistant To Make A USB Recovery Drive [Video How-To]

Apple has just released the Lion Recovery Disk Assistant, which allows you to turn any USB flash drive into a Lion recovery disk. This useful tool comes in handy in the event of a hard drive failure. In this video, I’ll show you how to set up a Lion recovery drive the right way and how to use it in the event of a hard drive failure.   The Lion Recovery  [Read More…]

Iomega Announces Its Mac Companion Hard Drive Which Fits Beautifully Under Your Mac & Charges Your iOS Devices

Iomega has announced its latest external hard drive for Mac users today. Named the Mac Companion, the drives are available with either 2 or 3 terabytes of storage at 7,200 rpm and start at $ 195. But what’s great about this baby is it fits beautifully under your iMac and will also charge your iOS devices while you work. In addition to that speedy 7,200 rpm hard drive, the Mac Companion  [Read More…]

Apple Announces iMac 1TB Seagate Hard Drive Replacement Program

Apple has announced that a “very small number” of 1TB Seagate hard drives used in 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac systems may fail under certain conditions. The problem only applies to systems that were sold between May 2011 and July 2011. My own 27-inch iMac purchased in June 2011 is affected by this recall. For complete information about the recall click the read link.   Dear iMac owner, Apple has determined that  [Read More…]

Boot OS X Lion From USB Flash Drive [Guide]

Mac OS X Lion has been released yesterday, But only on Mac App Store and Apple announced that there won’t be any physical DVD Copies from Lion, However a $ 69 USB flash drives of lion will be available in August. Here is how to get one before August. First of all you will need to Access to the Mac App Store and a working Apple ID so you can purchase and download Lion. Also  [Read More…]

Apple Releases New Mac Minis: Faster, Easier Access, More Storage… and No Optical Drive

Apple has just released the new Mac mini desktop unit. The upgrade includes a little of everything, from faster processor, larger hard drive and perhaps most desired – easy access for for users. Even more important? No optical drive, signaling the future: with the Mac App Store and iTunes, Apple no longer thinks you need optical media. Forget Blu-Ray, digital delivery’s the future.   The entry-level Mac mini is $ 599,  [Read More…]

Apple.com Shows USB Drive Mistakenly Jammed Into A MacBook Pro’s Ethernet Port

Yes, that is a Parallels Desktop 6 USB stick jammed into a MacBook Pro’s ethernet port, as seen on the official Apple Store page. I wouldn’t give Apple (or Parallels, who likely supplied the image) too much guff about it, though: I’ve made the same mistake a couple of times myself. [via OS X Daily]