Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs had the right amount of charisma, intelligence, business acumen, leadership and ruthlessness to succeed at the highest level. With Apple currently riding on a huge high and having some of the most popular consumer electronic products the world has ever seen, his success speaks for itself, so does his legacy.
iPhone Dev Team leader MuscleNerd has again taken to his Twitter timeline to let his followers and jailbreak enthusiasts know about the intimate details of the iOS 5.1.1 untether.
Apple announces it is building its own facilities that will provide over 60 percent of the clean power needed to power its data center in Maiden, North Carolina.
The rumor about Apple releasing a miniature version of the iPad is indeed still persisting, and the latest information to come from Taiwan seems to suggest that the rumor could soon become a mini reality.
A project called AppleSeed, allows select people – and we don’t know how they are chosen – to test out very early and exclusive access to new releases of software for testing. That particular group of people may have been given a little clue as to what direct Apple is taking with its next big cat. In an email to those on the Appleseed program, Apple has requested that users inform the company of their latest hardware configuration to enable “exclusive seeds” of new software, with Mountain Lion being mentioned by name.
Apple has begun reducing build plans for its current iPhone models, as sales begin to ease in anticipation of a new sixth-generation model expected to launch later this year.
It has been revealed that the next installment to the iMac series could pack in the pixels, bringing the super-sharp screen we’ve grown to love on the iPhone and iPad. Given the sheer size of the iMac’s screen, we’re talking serious sharpness and quality which will likely stun even those enjoying the resolution of the two month old iPad.
A Wall Street Journal report suggests Tim Cook’s company is about to take the wraps off a refreshed iCloud service at this year’s WWDC, which will place more emphasis on the social aspect of storing images. The new and improved service will allow images and photos to be shared, while also offering the ability for users to comment.
It’s been known for a while that Apple wishes to eradicate the current stock Google Maps offering in place of its own version. Sources of 9to5mac have offered confirmation, while also going into some detail about the upcoming improvements.
Apple has released OS X Lion 10.7.4, an update that features a number of important security fixes, some general improvements, as well as an update to the Safari browser.