If you’ve held out on jailbreaking your iPod Touch or iPhone because there’s too much work involved, I have good news for you. Would you believe us that jailbreaking your device is as easy as visiting a website?
Archive for October, 2007
Though rumors surrounding a new MacBook have been floating around the internet waves, there is evidence that tomorrow might be the day that new MacBook surfaces, toting Leopard in all of its glory.
Apple has decided to limit the number of iPhones a single customer can purchase to 2; though opting to force a limit will undoubtedly frustrate Christmas shoppers, here are a few reasons Apple may have chosen to do so.
Something beautiful about Mac OSX is the ability to easily install and uninstall apps. In most cases, all you have to do is copy and paste the app to your desired location. To uninstall, simply delete the program, but apps tend to create all sorts of files and folders that you may not delete along with the program.
Apparently Leopard doesn’t just let you run Windows on your Mac, but now, with a little work, the OS runs on a PC too!
The random amateur Apple ad is no stranger to YouTube, especially when the company introduces or updates a product. There’s a lot of talent in those fake ads, and it seems Apple is starting to realize this. As a result, Apple recently picked up a student’s ad to remake for TV distribution.
Mac OSX Leopard doesn’t officially hit the streets until tomorrow, but that didn’t stop some of the mainstream media from reviewing Apple’s latest operating system.
Awesome, right? Well, sort of. As a part of the Developer Connection, Apple just released the iPhone Dev Center featuring "resources and tools for developing web apps."
Why there is so much speculation amongst critics and writers outside the Apple realm about the possibility of Apple loading their machines with either Windows or Linux escapes me; however, I want to put the critics to bed with a few reasons why Apple would never be so foolish as to advocate the use of alternate operating systems on its machines.
When NBC left Apple’s iTunes Store, some saw it as a sign the download service may be in danger. Never one to to sit back quietly, Steve Jobs has been beating the streets for innovative deals.