Apple is planning to break down iTunes for Mac into standalone Apps for Music, TV and Podcasts. This could be included in the next version of the Mac OS if reports are to be believed. The company had recently released the Apple TV App and News App for Mac at the “It’s show time” event held in the end of March. Read More
Apple recently announced the dates for WorldWide Developers Conference 11. Within just 10 hours of the announcement, it appears that the tickets for the event that were priced at $1599 have been sold out. Apple will hopefully unveil iPhone 5 at the event, and give us a detailed look on how the company plans to integrate Mac OS and iOS. If you still want to attend the event, you can check out recent deals at eBay.
Apple’s revolutionary Mac OS has completely redefined modern computing. Launched back in March 24, 2001, the OS was first codenamed Cheetah. After ten years, the OS has transformed in many ways and the latest version is codenamed as “Lion” which is to be released this summer. Read More
Along with introducing the all new MacBook Pros, Apple has also released a developer preview version of the next generation of Mac OS X, Lion. The file will be available to developers to test from the Mac App Store. Lion will be released to the masses this summer, and will include amazing new features including Mission Control, Mac App Store, LaunchPad, and lots more.
If you are a developer, go get the developer preview version now.