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6 years ago

1.1.3 Surprises: Bad and Good

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1.1.3 Surprises: Bad and Good

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6 years ago

Love Native Apps? Don't even try the 1.1.3 Update

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Love Native Apps? Don't even try the 1.1.3 Update

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6 years ago

Hands On with the Macally FlexTune - Macworld 2008

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Hands On with the Macally FlexTune - Macworld 2008

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6 years ago

MacWorld Review: iPhone Firmware Update 1.1.3 Makes Icons Dance, Lets You Find Yourself

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MacWorld Review: iPhone Firmware Update 1.1.3 Makes Icons Dance, Lets You Find Yourself

As expected, Jobsy took center stage at San Francisco's Mascone Center, pouring glasses of Kool-Aid to a thirsty yet doe eyed audience. MacWorld, for those of you unfamiliar, is Apple's annual conference and keynote that is part State of the Union address, part infomercial, and part Renaissance Festival (minus the period costumes and jousting) all rolled into one. Jobs gave his usual PT Barnum performance with product announcements and demos to wow the crowd. This is MacWorld after all, so iPhone took a backseat to a major new product added the portable line, MacBook Air. More on that later.

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6 years ago

Hands-on with the new iPhone Software - Video and Gallery!

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Hands-on with the new iPhone Software - Video and Gallery!

The new 1.1.3 update to the iPhone's software is pretty incredible. As we just mentioned in the Liveblog of the Steve Jobs Keynote, there are several new features that were announced:

  • Maps with Location
  • Webclips on your homescreen
  • Customization of your homescreen
  • ...and more, including lyrics, support for iTunes movie rentals, and the ability to SMS multiple people at once.

We got the jump on the iPod Touches on the show floor to get a firsthand look at the new features. After the break, our hands-on video with the new iPhone software (as seen on the iPod Touch).

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6 years ago

Hands On with the MacBook Air

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Hands On with the MacBook Air

We grabbed a quick look at the ultrathin MacBook Air, just released during Steve Jobs' 2008 Macworld Keynote. The MacBook Air is a pretty sweet little guy - it's ridiculously thin yet full-powered. Our only regret is that it has only 1(!) USB port. Oh, and the little fact that you can't replace the battery. Isn't that kind of a must for a laptop? We smell an accessory opportunity.

Otherwise - the hotness, even at $1799. A quick video of the gigantic crowd fondling the device above.

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6 years ago

MacBook Air Announced!

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MacBook Air Announced!

The MacBook Air is "the world's thinnest notebook." It's ridiculously thin - .76 inches on the back and .16 inches at the front. It fits inside a manilla envelope - Jobs has one in an envelope now! ;) It is INSANELY thin. UNNATURALLY thin. It has a full sized keyboard and display.

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6 years ago

Apple TV 2: Rentals, HD Quality - FREE software upgrade and Price drop!

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Apple TV 2: Rentals, HD Quality - FREE software upgrade and Price drop!

Jobs notes how everybody has tried and failed to get movies off the internet onto a widescreen TV. He admits that Apple TV was a miss as well, that people really want Movies, not an accessory for your computer.

"Apple TV Take 2: No Computer Required."

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6 years ago

iTunes Movie Rentals Announced

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iTunes Movie Rentals Announced

They've sold 4 Billion songs, 125 million TV shows, and 7 million movies. However, that 7 million mark is lower than they'd prefer. So today, Jobs has announced iTunes Movies Rentals.

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6 years ago

New apps added to iPod Touch

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New apps added to iPod Touch

It's a $20 upgrade to existing iPod Touch users - you can get

  • Mail
  • Notes
  • Maps
  • Stocks
  • Weahter

The new software will be preloaded in new Touches, but the cost is disappointing to current Touch users.

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