World Of Apple has posted some screenshots and a video detailing UI changes in the upcoming Snow Leopard.
You can now navigate the the folder structure in Stacks (view video below)
More images after jump
Ok so you could argue they deserve it but it is believed that users downloading a pirated version of iWork ’09 have also been infected with a Trojan Horse called OSX.Trojan.iServices.A. The Trojan installs itself in the computer’s startup as root, and once in place it can connect to a remote server and broadcast its … Read more
Apple has just pushed out its latest OS, version 2.2.1. This update contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following: – Improved general stability of Safari – Fixed issue where some images saved from Mail do not display correctly in the Camera Roll – Fixed issue that caused some Apple Lossless (ALAC) audio files to … Read more
It is rumoured that Apple is currently in negotiations with Universal, Warner and Sony BMG to secure the rights for its iTunes website to distribute music without DRM. This could have very big implications for Apple and the music industry as a whole as DRM has always been one of the main talking points of … Read more
Phones Review have posted 2 links to You Tube video reviews comparing the iPhone and G1. The reviewer is quite thorough and basically shows you many features of each phone and compares the two together to see what one is better. Personally I am not a huge Apple fan so I am a bit biased … Read more
It is that time of the year again, companies are publishing the quarterly report card. Google have been doing well, Yahoo not so well and now Apple are showing some impressive figures. The company posted a profit of $1.14 billion on revenues of $7.9 billion for the quarter, their sales figures for their devices were … Read more
While I am not a huge fan of Apple some people do love to hate them. This is a joke comparison between the MacBook Air and an old Commodore SX-64
Ok so I am about 10 years too late blogging about the MacBook Air, but it is pretty big news so I am going to blog about it anyway. So what is the MacBook Air? It is a ultrathin, ultraportable laptop with a 13.3 inch widescreen.
MacBook Air is nearly as thin as your index finger. Practically every detail that could be streamlined has been. Yet it still has a 13.3-inch widescreen LED display, full-size keyboard and large multi-touch trackpad. It’s incomparably portable without the usual ultraportable screen and keyboard compromises.
The incredible thinness of MacBook Air is the result of numerous size- and weight-shaving innovations. From a slimmer hard drive to strategically hidden I/O ports to a lower-profile battery, everything has been considered and reconsidered with thinness in mind.
MacBook Air is designed and engineered to take full advantage of the wireless world. A world in which 802.11n Wi-Fi is now so fast and so available, people are truly living untethered — buying music and TV shows online, downloading software, and sharing and storing files on the web.
Some of the key features include:
There is no CD/DVD drive built in to keep the size down, though a USB powered external drive will apparently be available.
The batter is not user replaceable but it is apparently possible to pay for a factory fitted battery for you. Apple are quoting $129, I would expect it will be a bit more here in the UK.
In order to reduce the size of the laptop it has been reported that Intel have used the Montevina based chip that was scheduled to be launched later this year. Combined with the Intel 965GMS chipset with integrated graphics the chip has had a 60% reduction on its footprint size. The power rating of the chip is just 20W, as opposed to 35W from the Core 2 Duo
Some more pictures after the jump.