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May 29, 2012

Live blog: Tim Cook interview with Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg at D10

We are about 30 minutes away from Apple CEO Tim Cook’s first major public interview, which takes place at AllThingsD’s D10 Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. If I were a betting man, I would say this talk will focus on Apple after Steve Jobs, current issues at Apple’s manufacturing partners, and the latest Apple products. Walt […]

May 14, 2012

Apple readies revamped 15-inch MacBook Pro: Retina Display, ultra-thin design, and super-fast USB 3

Mockup: New, thinner MacBook Pro on the left. Current model on the right.  Apple is putting the finishing touches on an entirely new 15-inch MacBook Pro that is the outcome of years of research and development in ultra-thin mobile computing and super-high-resolution displays. According to trusted sources in Apple’s supply chain, who have handled prototype […]

April 25, 2012

iMac Touch concept incorporates a touchscreen, iOS, and Siri

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“You can converge a toaster and refrigerator, but these things are probably not going to be pleasing to the user”- Tim Cook on Windows 8 and touch-friendly PCs at Q2 earnings.

Disregarding Cook’s statement for a second, here is an iMac touch concept sent by 9to5Mac reader and 3D animation student Joakim Ulseth. The mockup shows how he thought a redesigned iMac could incorporate a touchscreen and iOS-like features. The overall concept is based on an Apple patent published in 2010 that detailed an iMac with adjustable “Flex base.” This is what Ulseth imagined would be inside the next-gen device:

Apple iMac Touch with Flex Base running both OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion and iOS5– ”Power at your fingertips”

Specs:

Retina-Display: The 27-inch iMac Touch features 4096-by-2304 HD resolution. The resulting pixel density — 174 pixels per inch — makes text and graphics look smooth and continuous at any size. Siri: The intelligent assistant that helps you get things done. Ivy Bridge: Intels new Ivy Bridge i5 and i7 processors. Thunderbolt: Two Thunderbolt ports for high speed data transfer.

And, before you unleash the hate:

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2012 Apple Design Awards now accepting nominations for iOS and Mac apps

With the announcement of the 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference today, Apple also opened its Apple Design Awards nomination page for iOS and Mac developers. Apple announced last year that the annual awards would now only apply to Mac and iOS apps residing in the App Store, which appears to be the case this year as well. Through the […]

April 18, 2012

Report: Apple building thinner and lighter Liquidmetal next-gen iPhone

A new report from Korean publication ETNews.com claimed industry sources confirmed Apple will use “liquid metal” technology to make a thinner and lighter next-generation iPhone. Apple acquired rights to the patented amorphous metal alloys from Liquidmetal Technologies’ in August 2010. According to industry sources, the next flagship phones of the companies are expected to adopt […]

February 28, 2012

January 17, 2012

Apple exec Eddy Cue led initial iPhone discussions with AT&T, profiled as Steve Jobs’ problem solver

Long before Eddy Cue was brought into the spotlight with his promotion to senior vice president of Internet software and service at Apple, the Duke-graduate had a major role under Apple cofounder Steve Jobs. Adam Lashinsky’s Inside Apple (available January 25) profiles Cue as Apple’s “dealmaking executive.” Cue has been at Apple in several capacities over […]

November 27, 2011

Engineers are dreaming up iPad robots

Update: Ooops. Originally thought this was an Apple patent. . Patently Apple today publishes some interesting new patents from developers including what appears to be an “iRobot” (oops, name taken) built around an iPad head. iRobot’s introductory abstract describes the invention this way: “A robot system includes a mobile robot having a controller executing a […]

October 17, 2011

The inside scoop: what happened to the iPhone 5?

Since CNET posted the iPhone 5 story this weekend… …the iPhone 5 is a “complete redesign. This is a very large project that Steve dedicated all of his time to. He was not that involved in the 4S because his time was limited.” …we thought it would be a good time to tell you what […]

October 4, 2011

October 3, 2011

September 28, 2011

iBookstore, iTunes music and movie stores arrive to EU countries

UPDATE [Thursday, September 29, 2011 at 5:35am ET]: Based on numerous reports and tips from our readers, iTunes music as well as movie rentals and purchases are now available in these twelve European Union countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. Additionally, iBookstore is also live in […]

August 2, 2011

Steve Jobs no longer micromanaging Apple (but he “calls in regularly”)

Steve Jobs at Apple’s developer conference in the summer of 2011. As soon as he took the stage, Jobs pointed at someone dear to him in the audience, flashing that infectious smile of his. Well, don’t get enraged immediately, that’s what some analysts are saying seven months in Steve Jobs’ medical leave, his longest leave of absence […]

June 30, 2011

WWDC 2011 videos not viewable in Google Chrome; Safari and iTunes only

WWDC 2011 session videos that Apple released a week ago cannot be viewed using Google’s Chrome, reader Val discovered. He writes: Trying to watch the WWDC videos in Chrome… Not letting me. Is Apple not in favor of Chrome? Sure enough, trying to watch the videos using either the latest stable Chrome version or the […]

June 23, 2011

June 6, 2011

MobileMe is dead, here's what to know

Apple has unveiled the new iCloud service at a morning keynote which kicked off the WWDC 2011 show. The new product actually retires Apple’s $99 a year MobileMe services suite. If you’re among a couple of hundred thousand subscribers, you may wanna check out a new support document outlining things to know as this transition […]

WWDC 2011: iCloud rains down on Google, free of charge

A Stevenote is in progress at San Francisco’s Moscone West where Apple’s boss and his top lieutenants are on stage, making headlines with a plethora of iOS 5, Lion and iCloud announcements. The keynote has kicked off Apple’s annual developer conference which runs through June 10. “I get to unveil iCloud”, Jobs said as he […]

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