Apple is reportedly holding an event for the iPad, OS X Yosemite and new iMacs on October 16, according to a report from Re/code today. The event will be held at Apple’s own Town Hall Auditorium at its Cupertino HQ, the site reports. The new iMacs could sport Retina displays, given that rumors earlier this week discussed these arriving at this official unveiling.
The rumours of new iMacs coming on May 3rd were true, with Apple’s marketing promising “up to three times the performance of the previous generation”, next-gen quad core processors, graphics and Thunderbolt I/O, with prices starting at AUD $1399.
Apple could finally be readying the launch of new Retina iMacs alongside OS X Yosemite this fall, according to a new report from 9to5Mac. Were the company to ship these this year, following what the report claims is near-final testing, it would spell the end for the Age of the Discernible Pixel, and all would be well in the Kingdom of Desktop Compute. And lo, the people would celebrate.
Your next Mac could be assembled in America. Apple is assembling at least some of the new, ultra-thin iMacs within the USA. The backside stamp containing the serial code and FCC logo generally says “Designed by Apple in California.
All smartphones suffer from reduced signal strength when held in particular ways, and the iPhone 4 is no exception, according to Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Few owners are reporting issues to Apple, and return rates are particularly low, he claimed. But Apple has decided to give all owners a free case as this may help ameliorate the issue.
Sensis has launched what it calls a ‘bounty’ program aimed at challenging developers, entrepreneurs and designers to create an application, website, widget or program to help survive a “zombie onslaught”, and it’s putting up a so-called bounty of $2,500 to the competitor who can demonstrate integration, innovation and quality in the design and build of an application and show how their concept mak