Posts Tagged ‘Mac’
Today, Apple revealed company earnings and various financial figures for the fourth calendar quarter of 2012, which happens to be Apple’s first quarter of the 2013 fiscal year.
According to several MacRumors forum members, customers who ordered 27-inch iMac models early enough have noticed that their credit and debit cards have been charged and their order status has changed to “Preparing for Shipment”. Alternatively, customers who recently placed their orders have reported their status as “Processing” and the estimated shipping timeframe as December […]
With Apple’s next version of OS X (10.9) presumably scheduled for a release sometime in 2013, it’s likely they’ll introduce additional features to the Mac platform that will assist to bridge the gap between iOS and OS X. According to a new article from 9to5Mac, early variations of 10.9 are reportedly displaying integration for both […]
In February of 2012, iMore was the first to suggest that Apple’s next-generation “iPhone 5″ will feature a smaller, redesigned dock connector. Now, with similar reports populating influential and reputable areas of the blogosphere, including all of the recent leaks, iMore’s preliminary report bears more merit.
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.
Earlier today, Apple revealed their earnings and financial figures for the third quarter of the 2012 fiscal year. Apple announced $35 billion in revenue and a net profit of $8.8 billion (or $9.39 per diluted share).
While the idea of a smaller, mini iPad (measuring in with a approximate screen size of seven to eight inches) is still a controversial and highly debated subject, a recent report from a credible news source was recently publicized.
The above video is my unboxing of the latest mid-2012 MacBook Air. Announced at this year’s World Wide Developers Conference, the new MacBook Air features noteworthy hardware upgrades.