Welcome to the ninety-eighth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the possibility of iOS 5.1.2, Apple’s new NFC patent, OS X Mountain Lion’s release, Apple’s Q3 2012 earnings and more.
During this year’s World Wide Developer Conference, held in June, Apple announced that OS X Mountain Lion (the next major installment to their proprietary operating system) would be publicly available sometime in July. While the specific release date was unknown since Apple’s announcement, we certainly know now.
The above video is my speed and benchmark test video for the new 2012 Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models. During the video, both MacBooks are thoroughly compared by means of reboot, standard boot, benchmark and flash storage speed tests.
Welcome to the ninety-third episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss leaked information regarding the “iPhone 5’s” dock connector, Microsoft’s new Surface Tablet, the Xbox 720 and more.
This morning Marco Arment (the developer Instapaper) publicized his thoughts on the possibility of the next-generation iMacs and Thunderbolt Display receiving a similar technology upgrade as the newly-refreshed Retina MacBook Pro.
Earlier this month, on June 11th, at their annual World Wide Developers Conference, Apple revealed that they’d release the next major OS X installment in July: OS X Mountain Lion. The new update to Apple’s computer operating system will be available as an upgrade to customers on both Lion and Snow Leopard for a one time fee of $19.99 (multiple …