Macworld tested the fusion drive (ssd flash drive + hard drive) in one of the new Mac mini models. The result: it’s about as fast as Phil Schiller said in the last Apple special event. Besides the numbers in Macworld’s article, this video posted by TechfastLunch&Dinner shows what that kind of speed and performance really […]
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Apple posted the streaming video of today’s Special Event where it announced the iPhone 5 and new iPod models. You can watch it here. — I’ll update this post when Apple releases a video podcast version of the event. Update: The video is now available as a Podcast on the iTunes Store. You can get it here in different […]
Apple just announced new models of their iPhone and iPod lines. The long rumored iPhone 5 was officially revealed and has a taller screen size, thinner and lighter design, an A6 processor (twice as fast as the previous A5 chip), better camera for low-light situations, LTE broadband and better FaceTime HD front-facing camera. It will be available […]
Apple has posted a streaming video of the keynote event that took place a few hours ago on its Worldwide Developers Conference at Moscone Center, San Francisco. Apple is getting faster in this video posts. Lots of stuff announced at the keynote. Not time for everything, so the Mac Pro was silently updated on Apple’s official product page.
In a few hours, the Apple keynote will kick-start a week tailored for developers working on Apple’s platforms. It will be the first WWDC keynote after Steve Jobs’ passing. From what we’ve seen, the ‘speakers’ team headed by Tim Cook knows how to deliver a good presentation while keeping Apple’s cultural values in place. Intriguing this year is […]
New iPad with retina display (2048 by 1536 pixels) with better colors, A5X (dual-core) processor with quad-core graphics, 5 megapixels iSight camera, 1080p recording, voice dictation (just a taste, not the full Siri experience), 10-hour battery life (same as the iPad 2) and… 4G LTE models (at the same price of previous models) → iPad 2 still on […]
Since the Apple invitation for today’s media event reached the public eye, the last written bit has always struck me as odd. I’m not in favour of reading too much into these invitations, but they have carried hints (in previous events) about what subject is going to be approached on stage. «And touch.» it says. […]
Apple has just posted the streaming video of today’s Apple Special Event. Watch it here. The video requires Safari 4 or 5 on Mac OS X Snow Leopard or Lion, Safari on iOS 3 or later, or QuickTime 7 on Windows. Update: Apple has released the video as a podcast.