I go over what’s new in iOS 10.2 Beta 6 that was released to developers and public beta...Read More
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Apple is making it easy for us to all see what they have in store at their event this afternoon with their live-stream. See it here or click the image above http://www.apple.com/apple-events/october-2013/...Read More
As expected, Apple has issued invitations to an October 22nd keynote. Expected at this event are new iPads with a slimmer bezel and more iPad mini-like form factor, the new Mac Pro, and updated MacBook Pros with Hazwell...Read More
Just about everyone at this point knows about the Apple event today at 1PM EST. Usually, to get the news we have to watch a blog update their posts over and over, but once in awhile Apple live streams the event for everyone to...Read More
High Definition movies have finally come to iTunes for download today. You can rent or buy them for your enjoyment on your iPhone, iPod Touch or Mac. Prior to today you could only access HD movies on the Apple TV.
Starting today, movie fans can purchase box office blockbusters for download in HD for $19.99 from iTunes, and films will be available as iTunes Movie Rentals in HD for $4.99 within 30 days after release. Customers can enjoy these films in HD on their Mac or PC and on their widescreen TV with Apple TV, as well as in standard definition on their iPhone or iPod with video.
This is certainly a great alternative to blu-ray, but it yet to be seen how they compare to blu-ray which is most likely a much nicer picture. You can see the iTunes HD Movies page [here]Read More
If you have an Apple TV and never disabled auto-updates from Boxee, you will want to skip this update. There is no list of features on Apple’s page and the advantage to installing the update remains to be seen. We would love to hear if you installed and noticed a difference and we have yet to find one other than the
sad removal of Boxee.