If you have a brand spanking new Mac Pro, Apple has released a new firmware update that will help it stay quiet and not sound like the jet engine that it may physically resemble. Recommended for all late 2013 Mac… Read more ›
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Apple has released a new iPad Mini with Retina display. Announced alongside the the new iPad Air, it shares much of the same impressive hardware internals and specs, but unlike the iPad Air, the iPad Mini Retina is slightly more expensive.
iPad Mini Retina Specs 7.9″ Retina display with a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels 326 PPI (pixels per inch) display A7 64 bit CPU 802.11n MIMO Wi-Fi [Read More...]
Apple has been hard at work on OS X Mavericks, even though it’s pushing to meet its deadline for iOS 7, and while many Apple fans were hoping the next Mac operating system might launch shortly after next week’s iPhone keynote, a new report claims Apple won’t ship OS X Mavericks until October. Some Apple […]
The post OS X 10.9 Mavericks Won’t Ship Until Late October appeared first on Cult [Read More...]
Apple is “aggressively” hiring new talent to make the rumored ‘iWatch’ a reality, according to a report today from the Financial Times. The last specific claim we heard regarding the iWatch was when Bloomberg said Apple wanted to launch the product this year after placing a team of around 100 product designers on the project. [...]
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We have high hopes for PopCap’s long anticipated sequel to Plants vs Zombies,Â but it looks like gamers will have to wait a little while longer before the game hits the App Store. PopCap announced today that Plants vs Zombies 2 has been delayed and will miss its targeted launch date of July 18th. The Â launch [...]
The post ‘Plants vs Zombies 2′ Hits Snag, Won’t Arrive Until Late Summer appeared first [Read More...]
Owners of late 2012 Macs like the Mac mini, the new iMac or the MacBook Pro with Retina Display are reporting a major problem with their machines: they can’t re-install Mountain Lion or even re-install from a Time Machine backup if their systems get corrupted.
According to a busy thread on the official Apple Support forums first reported by Mac Trast, the issue means that if users try to re-install Mountain [Read More...]
Tim Cook is on his second visit to China as Apple CEO this week, and during an interview with local reporters on Thursday, he confirmed that the cellular version of the iPad mini will be arriving in the nation in late January. The Wi-Fi only model arriving in China on December 7, just over a month after it launched in the United States.
The cellular iPad mini was awarded its Chinese networkÂ licensesÂ back [Read More...]
LAS VEGAS, CES 2013 – Ubuntu’s entry into the smartphone market is interesting, and at first gasp, they look like another open-source Android competitor doomed from the start for lack of marketshare. Maybe it’s not so bleak, though, for the Linux maker. Sure, they’re hopelessly outnumbered and entering a bloody fray, but like Battlestar Galactica’s Cylons, they’ve got a plan.
Ubuntu’s entry into the [Read More...]
If you’ve spent some time with last week’s app tip, Glympse, you’ll know it’s pretty handy to send your location info along to friends, family, or co-workers. One feature that is missing from Glympse, however, is an automatic message about when you’ll be there.
Twist, another iOS app that helps you keep folks you’re meeting up with aware of where you are, has just that — an automatic ETA message.
When you [Read More...]
Apple has just reissued the OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 supplemental update for late-2012 Macs, including the 21.5-inch new iMac and Mac mini, as well as the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro. There aren’t any reasons given for the original retraction of the update, and no noticeable changes in the list of fixes that are included in it.
The most recently released Mac mini shipped from Apple with OS X 10.8.1, but was [Read More...]