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[12 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 45 views]

The mothership’s newest retail outpost is located in the tony, tony, tony Upper East Side (UES) of New York City. However, this Apple Store is unlike any other if for no other reason than it offers an Apple Watch showroom …

Apple luv, Conference, Keynote »

[12 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 24 views]

“Obsessively, compulsively self aware” is one way to describe “Apple Backstage,” the preroll cold open that played in the moments before Tim Cook took the stage to deliver his 2015 WWDC keynote. However, “funny” is perhaps the best single word …

Apple luv, Tech »

[11 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 21 views]

No matter how you slice it — but especially with pastrami and cheese — Pittsburgh is one of the nicest, most sophisticated and yet inexpensive cities anywhere. Perhaps that is what has led Apple to expand its presence in the …

Apple luv, Apple Watch, iOS, Mac »

[8 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 49 views]

Brilliant and perhaps a little overdue. The Apple Developer Program, which was previously split between iOS and Mac, requiring two $99/yr payments, is now one big happy program. Moreover, with the addition of watch OS, Apple now offers three development …

Apple luv, Music, movies, TV »

[1 Jun 2015 | No Comment | 21 views]

What’s your favorite Batman movie? Seriously, don’t answer that! However, as the years inevitably pass since his passing, the question of “Which is the best Steve Jobs movie?” seems just as unavoidable.
The ever loquacious Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has recently …

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[29 May 2015 | No Comment | 32 views]

Apple Campus 2 construction is moving right along, due in no small part to the use of an innovative technology called void slab — type of building components manufactured off-site and then assembled, locked together to form a building. In …

Apple luv, Mac »

[26 May 2015 | One Comment | 50 views]

So, why does a Nebraska guy craft aquariums, clocks and lamps from Apple’s original and classic iMac? Simple, says Jake Harms the iMac aquarium guy, “No one’s ever asked me to make an aquarium out of a Dell.”
Burn.
“They go everywhere. …

Apple luv, Mac »

[22 May 2015 | No Comment | 18 views]

While some will argue otherwise, perhaps the best Macintosh industrial design of the ’90s was the Power Mac 7xxx series enclosure. Macworld contributor Chris Phin takes a look at this pinnacle of beige PC design with a hands on tour …

Apple luv »

[21 May 2015 | No Comment | 29 views]

Fundamentally, it is a glorified slideshow. Literally hundreds of photos, marketing materials, screen caps and more from Apple’s earliest days strung together with voice over. Moreover, those voices are Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and a number of people from back …

Apple luv, Tech »

[19 May 2015 | One Comment | 10 views]

Back in 2012, Simply Mac was a privately held Apple specialist retailer with eight stores in Utah and Wyoming. However, the company was acquired by GameStop three years back and their growth rate ever since has been astonishing, with 70 …

Apple luv, Conference »

[11 May 2015 | No Comment | 21 views]

This is the first year without a Macworld since 1985. However, some long-time Mac fans, bloggers and podcasters have a plan to keep the family together, MacStock 2015 will be held on Saturday, June 20 in Woodstock, Illinois.
The MacStock …

Apple luv »

[5 May 2015 | No Comment | 14 views]

A fixture of the San Francisco Mac scene, Mac-Pro, is going out of business. According to a Craigslist notice, the company is in the process of liquidating to the bare walls.
Here’s a quick listing of Mac-Pro, peripheral, cable, adapter, etc …

Apple luv, Mac »

[4 May 2015 | No Comment | 25 views]

Who are your favorite Mac users? This time out we have a look at some of our favorite Mac using if not loving scientists, including Bill Nye, Janna Levin, Richard Dawkins and Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Mac or PC? Bill Nye says …

Apple luv »

[4 May 2015 | No Comment | 10 views]

Think the Apple Watch is just like every other smart watch? Think different, people. YouTuber “AlphaGlitch” has posted a vid of him transmitting his newborn child’s heartbeat to faraway relatives — a truly heart melting moment.
“Look how cool that is,” …

Apple luv, Mac, Software »

[1 May 2015 | 2 Comments | 22 views]

The PowerPC operating system that could have powered the future of the Mac lives on as the HaiKu open-source project. Back in 1998, BeOS was ahead of its time — see for yourself if Apple was right to choose Steve …