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[9 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 3,660 views]

When OS X Yosemite shipped last month, Apple include five high resolution Yosemite wallpapers, which is nice but hardly a collection. Happily enough because Yosemite was a national park first, there are many, many hi-res Yosemite wallpapers available — here’s …

Apple luv, Hardware, Mac »

[6 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 2,245 views]

With a smidgeon of smarts and dash of derring do, you could create your very own OS X Yosemite Hackintosh. Whether that means buying an off-the-shelf PC or assembling a free range, organic CustoMac with your hands is entirely up …

Apple luv, Books »

[5 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 1,760 views]

Was Steve Jobs “human”? Well, of course, he was, but he was also something bit more. Moreover, he was part of a rather special group of creators that made Silicon Valley the center of the known universe and all are …

Apple luv »

[4 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 451 views]

The latest moral head scratcher out of Russia comes via St Petersburg, Peter the Great’s window on the West, where a memorial to Steve Jobs has been torn down. That said, you have to give the government of Vladimir Putin …

Apple luv »

[1 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 603 views]

Christian Bale as Steve Jobs? Perhaps the producers of the upcoming Jobs biopic are attracted by Bale’s biblical good looks. On other hand, maybe Bale is attracted by a sense of biblical megalomania. That is, the actor has played both …

Apple luv, Conference »

[29 Oct 2014 | 3 Comments | 500 views]

Out and about. Apple Vice President iPhone Product Marketing Greg Joswiak did a sit down with Walt Mosberg and Ina Fried. Yes, he was well rehearsed and didn’t make any notable faux pas, but it’s nonetheless good to hear a …

Apple luv »

[23 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 620 views]

People were pretty surprised when another Apple I motherboard in working condition sold for $671,400 in May 2013. This particular Apple I, which was hand assembled by Steve Wozniak in Steve Jobs’ garage in 1976, was expected to fetch $400,000.
But, …

Apple luv, iPod »

[23 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 2,763 views]

It was 13 years ago on Tuesday, October 23, 2001 that Steve Jobs introduced the original iPod and taught the world how to play music, again. But say “hello” one last time and now say “goodbye” to 1,000 songs in …

Apple luv, Conference »

[14 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 933 views]

Just don’t call it iWorld or, for that matter, late for dinner. Actually, dinner, lunch, breakfast, tea, elevensies, fourth meal let alone brunch will ever be served again in conjunction with Macworld Expo, which has been put on “hiatus.”
And, honestly, …

Apple luv, Mac »

[9 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 634 views]

Since 2005, Mac sales growth has outpaced Windows PCs in every quarter but one. That long hard slog is paying as the latest estimates put Apple and its Macintosh in the international Top Five PC vendor list for the first. …

Apple luv, Mac »

[8 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 2,406 views]

Regular Fairer Platform readers know we’re big fans of Mac wallpapers — space, nature, holidays, you name it. That said, one of the richest veins of Mac wallpaper beautification is Bokeh wallpapers, a style that’s both artistic and, to my …

Apple luv, Mac »

[6 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 1,277 views]

You love your Mac, but have you ever wandered? Ever wondered how other people love their Macs? Yes, Mac porn is a thing and there is no reason to be ashamed — it’s natural, healthy and, as you are about …

Apple luv »

[4 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 385 views]

This Sunday, October 5 marks the third anniversary of Steve Jobs death from pancreatic cancer. Tim Cook is marking the occasion with an email to Apple employees worldwide, asking them to remember, honor and extend Steve Jobs vision.
Team,
Sunday will …

Apple luv, Hardware, iPad, iPhone, Mac »

[3 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 903 views]

What do you call a guy with a collection of 35 Apple prototype products, including preproduction versions of the Mac Portable, Newton 110, Graphite iMac and even some mockups that never became products, “geek,” right?
“I don’t think of myself as …

Apple luv, Mac »

[25 Sep 2014 | No Comment | 984 views]

The more the world changes, the more it stays the same. Once upon a time, the Mac was the dominant back to school PC and, hey, wha’dya know? It still is. However, there are two forces causing decline of the …