Today, we’ve got some interesting news that relates to the Goliath of the online book-world, Amazon – they recently announced their new Mac Download Store. While customers have always been able to download software from Amazon for PC, they have introduced a new line of software for OS X in hopes of competing with the Mac App Store. Major titles include Microsoft Office, Inuit Quicken, Roxio’s Toast and a ton of games.
I’m sure we can all agree that the general consensus lately has been that the next-gen iPhone won’t make an appearance until fall of this year (even though we at BestTechInfo never believed it for a second) – according to ElectricPig, Apple’s UK PR department is trying to round up UK-based journalists in hopes of convincing them to attend WWDC 2011. A source tells us that Apple’s UK iPhone PR team is approaching journalists from major publications to fly out to the event in San Francisco next month. The obvious conclusion would be that Apple is announcing a new iPhone. Or rather,
With all of the issues that the iOS 4 brought to the iPhone 3GS (random reboots, poor battery life, slower performance and an overall sluggish UI), it was pretty clear that the iPhone 3GS would soon stop receiving updates from Apple – thus rendering the phone outdated.
It makes sense, Apple doesn’t just give out the Square Readers for free because if they did, there wouldn’t be any profit in it (for Apple) and people would simply take it just because it’s free.
Early this morning, P0sixninja, one of the key members to the Chronic Dev Team and apparently the one in charge of the iPad 2 Jailbreak shared something pretty interesting with us on Twitter:
Yesterday, the Chronic Dev Team released an official statement going over some general questions, and it includes the iPad 2 Jailbreak as well as an interesting comment about 4.3.3 support. Here is their full statement, which was released on their official website: When there isn’t one cohesive overall goal for a post, it is always difficult to figure out how to start it, hence this introduction. This post is going to serve as being a “state of the union” kind of post, covering a few different topics/questions that have been common inquiries. I have one request if you are going to
We were expecting a MacBook Air-like device. It turns out Dell’s new product, dubbed “Thinnest 15-inch PC on the planet” isn’t thinner than the 15-inch MacBook Pro I gave up a year ago for an Air. That’s the same one that came out with the Unibody manufacturing process in October 2008. Dell’s 15-inch XPS 15z is .97 inches thick compared to the MacBook Pro’s .95 inches (it looks like my initial prediction was correct). It does weigh in at slightly less than the MacBook Pro (which is due for an update soon as well). Engadget has a comparison gallery:
The Wall Street Journal has evidence that suggests Dell will mount another potshot ad at the MacBook Air’s domination of it’s market-space sometime this week. With the XPS 15z announcement, Dell’s newest “ultra-thin”, stylish notebook – they attempted to tease the world with the tagline: “The game is about to change”. The 15-inch computer will probably feature the aluminum unibody construction that Apple pioneered with the MackBook Air.