The Time Capsule has been around since 2008. Apple has recently updated the design and specs of Time Capsule to a more verticle looks that includes 802.11AC with Beam Forming. The Time Capsule not only acts as a router, but...Read More
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With the release of the new Airport Express, I decided to extend my network and use the device as my main router. I show how easy it is to setup the network and get everything working from an iPad. Check out the video for the...Read More
Although a bit pricey, Time Capsule is a very convenient way to back up your data and have a very easy to administer wireless network. Today, Apple has done away with the 500GB model and added a 2TB model. The prices remain the same, but with added capacity. with $299 for 1TB and $499 for 2TB.Read More
For some time yesterday, ClubMac had an image of a 2TB Time Capsule Box posted within its product detail section. The image is no longer on the site which usually is a hint of confirmation. It is no surprise Apple would release larger iterations of the Time Capsule, which combine a wireless router with a hard drive for backup or storage. We suspect they put this up by accident as it was showing under the 500GB Time Capsule details and most of these images are from the manufacturer and could have simply used the same file name for the image. Other than this, there is no more information, but we can assume the release would be just around the corner.
Thanks to TUAW we have some of the fine points of the much needed refresh to the Mac Mini. The first thing is that the Superdrive will be SATA, so you can either keep the drive or add a second hard drive as an option. The next detail is that the Mac Mini will look more like the Time Capsule with a lip on the side which encapsulates the optical drive and provides for cooling, which eliminates the need for the vents on the back. The new Mac Mini will also be black and aluminum, like the current lineup of Macs. It has been a long time coming for a refresh and we assume other details such as a core 2 duo, an Nvidia 9400M and the capability for more RAM. In a few weeks, we’ll all know for sure.