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Early 2005 iPhone Prototype Looked More Like a Thick iPad Mini

Launch Center Pro deserves a space in your iPhone's dock

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It's easy enough to navigate your Mac without any add-ons. You can maneuver around through folders to find what you're after, and use the Spotlight menu to search for files and launch apps more quickly. Power users tend to prefer third-party utilities like LaunchBar ( Macworld rated 5 out of...
Launch Center Pro deserves a space in your iPhone's dock

Apple Expands Testing of OS X Mountain Lion to Select Retail Store Staff

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With OS X Mountain Lion set to launch to the public sometime next month, 9to5Mac reports that Apple has asked select members of its retail store staff to begin testing the software.In an e-mail to Apple Store Genius Bar members and Creatives, Apple has provided access to its OS X...
Apple Expands Testing of OS X Mountain Lion to Select Retail Store Staff

Running the Retina MacBook Pro at Full 2880x1800 Resolution

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While Apple's new Retina MacBook Pro includes a display measuring 2880x1800 pixels, the default display options do not allow users to run their systems at that full resolution. Instead, the extra pixels are used to display a higher level of detail on a canvas representing the previous 1440x900 resolution. But...
Running the Retina MacBook Pro at Full 2880x1800 Resolution

Weekend deals roundup: $899 13″ MacBook Air, $949 11″ MacBook Air, $19 Lightning adapter, $20 32Gb SDHC & more

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From 9to5Toys.com: 9to5Toys scours the net each day to bring our US readers the best deals in consumer electronics. Below are the absolute hottest deals going on right now. Most of these promotions are only available for a limited time, so be sure to lock in these savings if you...
Weekend deals roundup: $899 13″ MacBook Air, $949 11″ MacBook Air, $19 Lightning adapter, $20 32Gb SDHC & more

Apple Scales Back Marketing Language on OS X Security Following Flashback

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Computerworld Australia reports on a blog post from Sophos security expert Graham Cluley published earlier this month detailing changes to Apple's "Why you'll love a Mac" OS X marketing pages on the topic of security. The changes, which come after a significant malware attack from Flashback earlier this year, focus...
Apple Scales Back Marketing Language on OS X Security Following Flashback

Brazilian 'iPhone' Trademark Lawsuit Ends With Apple and IGB 'Close To Settlement'

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Forbes reports that Apple and Brazilian company IGB have agreed to end their lawsuit over the iPhone trademark in Brazil, and are close to reaching a settlement agreement.According to Brazil's largest daily, Folha de São Paulo, both companies have agreed to end the lawsuit over iPhone and come to some...
Brazilian 'iPhone' Trademark Lawsuit Ends With Apple and IGB 'Close To Settlement'
The iPhone is one step closer to becoming a true Google-phone

From 9to5toys: EA Mobile Up to 80% off iPhone & iPad Games

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From 9to5toys: EA Mobile gaming is taking up to 80% off some of their hottest iOS titles to celebrate their “back to school” promotion. Use the direct download links below to cash in on the savings before they disappear. iPhone Real Racing 2, regular $4.99 now only $1.99 Launch Center Pro,...
From 9to5toys: EA Mobile Up to 80% off iPhone & iPad Games

Dr. Ed Catmull and Larry Ellison Remember Steve Jobs

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Steve Jobs was a frequent guest at All Things D's annual D Conference, appearing six times with D hosts Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg. After he passed away last year, Swisher and Mossberg felt it was important to have a session honoring Jobs and his legacy. They asked Dr....
Dr. Ed Catmull and Larry Ellison Remember Steve Jobs
Developers react to Sparrow's acquisition: 'they're winners'

Christmas day deal roundup (Apple TV, iPod Touch, OtterBox, iOS Apps & more)

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From 9to5Toys.com: Whether you need some more goodies to supplement the presents you received or you need to make up for the lack of gifts because your family turned into a bunch of scrooges, we’ve got your back. We know iDevices were on the top of many of your lists so...
Christmas day deal roundup (Apple TV, iPod Touch, OtterBox, iOS Apps & more)

Last shopping weekend before Xmas hot deal roundup (iPad 3, iDevice accessories, iTunes gift cards, Apple TV & more)

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From 9to5Toys.com: We are entering the last shopping weekend before Christmas and that means it’s the last opportunity for procrastinating shoppers to find the perfect gifts for their loved ones.  Below you will find the best deals heading into this weekend.  Some online retailers like Amazon are still guaranteeing shipment by...
Last shopping weekend before Xmas hot deal roundup (iPad 3, iDevice accessories, iTunes gift cards, Apple TV & more)
Hands-on: Launch Center Pro is (almost) the Quicksilver of iOS

App Store Launches in 32 New Countries

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At Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month, Tim Cook announced that the App Store would be launching in 32 additional countries this month, bringing the total number of countries with App Store access to 155. As documented in the country-selection page within the iTunes Store, those 32 new markets...
App Store Launches in 32 New Countries

Forums: Launch Center, Location based reminders, Pages and Keynote

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With plenty of news happening already this week, we’re rolling through content here at iMore. If you happened to miss out on anything, make sure you jump a page or two back and get yourself caught up. Looking for more fun? Need some help? Then the iMore forums is...
Forums: Launch Center, Location based reminders, Pages and Keynote

Apple Releases iOS 6 Beta 2 to Developers

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Apple has released an over-the-air update to the iOS 6 Beta which was first released after the WWDC keynote on June 11. The update weighs in at 332MB for iPhone 4S users. Apple has not yet updated its developer website with release notes or other details on the update. Recent...
Apple Releases iOS 6 Beta 2 to Developers

Vacation Blackout Hints at Late July Release for OS X Mountain Lion

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At its Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this month, Apple officially announced that OS X Mountain Lion would launch sometime in July through the Mac App Store, carrying a low upgrade price of $19.99 for users of OS X Lion or Snow Leopard. Following the conference keynote, Apple also released a...
Vacation Blackout Hints at Late July Release for OS X Mountain Lion
Launch Center Pro is the quickest way to launch in-app actions with your iPhone

Apple CEO Tim Cook 'May Testify' in E-Books Antitrust Lawsuit

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Apple CEO Tim Cook may testify in the e-books antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple and book publishers by the United States Department of Justice, reports Bloomberg. The lawsuit was originally filed in April of 2012, and has focused on the so-called 'agency model' for pricing ebooks that Apple attempted to...
Apple CEO Tim Cook 'May Testify' in E-Books Antitrust Lawsuit

The App Business Has Gone Rabid, and Apple's Mountain Lion is Leading the Pack

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Apple’s App Store was one of the first viable mobile platforms for independent developers, allowing them to reach a new, software-hungry customer base easier than ever before. Some developers, like Instapaper’s Marco Arment, have been able to create a successful business out of app development. For all its efforts to improve...
The App Business Has Gone Rabid, and Apple's Mountain Lion is Leading the Pack

To-do list iPhone app Clear gets iCloud integration to link up with Mac app

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Realmac Software has released version 1.2 of its Clear list-keeping app, adding much-needed integration with iCloud. The update is timed to coincide with the release of a Mac version of the app, which should land in the Mac App Store soon. In addition to lists, iCloud will also store unlocked...
To-do list iPhone app Clear gets iCloud integration to link up with Mac app

Invalid Argument Ep. 1 - The App Store: (Banana) Republic?

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The topic on our first (successful) episode of Invalid Argument was Apple's App Store. The prompt was my RWW op-ed, "The App Store Is A Republic", in which I argued that iOS users still count as nerds; they just elect the best and brightest amongst them to build the apps...
Invalid Argument Ep. 1 - The App Store: (Banana) Republic?
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