For the first time in waking memory, the mothership will live stream an event, and QuickTime isn’t listed as a required application. What’s more, you’ve gotta have a Mac, iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running Safari to tune in, which likely has the last few Windows-only tech editors scrambling for a device to watch on.
Archive for August, 2010
The last Mac version of this benchmark engineering and design application shipped way, way back in 1992. Now the company’s planning not only to rise, rise, rise again on the fairer platform, but also deliver an idevice companion app for the pocket protector crowd.
That nefarious lot otherwise know as “sources” claims that Apple will increase the length of music samples by an order of magnitude (the industry’s still doomed). Maybe this small tidbit will be Steve Jobs’ “one more thing” come Wednesday’s “acoustic guitar with an Apple logo sound hole” event?
This is a feature Apple should have released way back when Steve Jobs introduced the iPad and iBooks back on January 27 of this year. Still, better late than never is about all we can add at this point.
Another step toward disintermediated delivery of video on the web, making HTML5 that much more attractive to the stakeholders — content owners, browser makers, website owners and consumers. Of course, H.264 is already the codec of choice and de facto standard, which solidifies the gains to date
Life in the walled garden is beautiful and about to get even more beautifuller with a range of new and updated products from our favorite Cupertino, California-based fruit company. So, what will Steve Jobs “one more thing” be this time around?