Apple recently celebrated Steve Jobs’ life at Apple HQ where thousands gathered to learn more about the life of the man who changed the world. Today, the company has released only one picture giving us a brief look at the event. It is believed that Coldplay performed at the event, and Tim Cook addressed the crowd gathered. Large pictures of Steve were also put up. Read More
Apple Inc. today announced its financial results for its fourth quarter of 2011. Although the 54 percent increase in profits, the earnings result disappointed investors, and does not meet Wall Street expectations. Read More
Dog Pile comes under the “gaming” category and is available for $0.99, however there is also a free version of this game available too. This is an addictive game which is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Read More
The creator of the internet, Sir Tim Berners-Lee has just posted a short note about the most amazing human being who changed the world, Steve Jobs. Sir Tim Berners-Lee discovered the world wide web on a NeXT machine which was built and designed by Steve and his team. Later on, NeXT was acquired by Apple and Steve returned to Apple to become the CEO and make Apple one of the world’s most recognized brand. Read More
On Friday, the governor of California, Jerry Brown, announced that Sunday, 16th October will be ‘Steve Jobs Day’ statewide. The private Steve Jobs memorial planned at Stanford University will also take place on the same date. The governor tweeted on Friday about this, after some of the well known people of Silicon Valley were invited to the memorial in Stanford. Read More
You’ve just bought an iPhone 4S. You hit the App Store and don’t know where to begin due to the large number of apps. This week’s Top 5 Essential Apps will guide you in the right direction.
In today’s post, 14th of October, Talkapella, iDestroy, Shadow Quest and Monster Island Begins have been made available for free.
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According to 9to5Mac, Apple is constraining the supply of all current MacBook models, in anticipation of a refresh of the line of the product. They also claim that the part numbers for new MacBook Pros have shown up in Apple’s inventory. The model numbers are K90IA for the new 13 inch model, K91A for the 15 inch and K92A for the 17 inch model. Read More