Apple to Invest $100+ Million to Manufacture Macs in the U.S. Next Year

With recent reports of the new iMac being assembled in the U.S., speculation about this has been mounting for a while. In the just-released Business Week profile of Tim Cook, the Apple CEO shared some welcome news about Apple’s manufacturing plans for next year. Currently, all manufacturing is done outside the U.S., with the majority [...]


iPhone is officially coming to T-Mobile in 2013 [confirmed]

This might just be the tweet heard ’round the world. Good news for all you T-Mobile customers: its parent company, Deutsche Telekom announced this morning that they’ve signed an agreement with Apple to start selling Apple products in the U.S. beginning in 2013. There was no mention of specific products or dates of availability, but [...]


How To: Use Passbook To Share Your Business Card

More and more companies continue to roll out enhanced services and features with Passbook integration for iOS devices. This service seems like the next logical progress: business cards. Whether for yourself as an individual (freelancers!) or for your entire company, the folks at Vizibility now enable you to share your contact information, social network profiles, [...]


Best Buy’s refurbished Apple deals really are the best buy

Apple recently launched an eBay store, which it’s using to sell refurbished products. You’ll find iPods, iPads, Macs, Apple TVs, and AirPort Base Stations on the list. That last one specifically – AirPort wireless base stations – is what we’re talking about today. Apple sells the refurbished AirPort Extreme Base Station for $139 (link). Best [...]


Here are the benchmark tests for the new iMac

With a new computer, as always, there are new benchmark tests. Primate Labs has just posted a summary of iMac benchmarks. The performance increase of the latest iMac are decent. Compared to previous models The analysis focuses on the 21.5-inch models, as the 27-inch models are not launching for several more weeks, and the latest high-end 21.5-inch [...]

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Review: iTunes 11 is an improvement

I am not an iTunes hater. I know a lot of users complain, and that it’s typically listed as the piece of Apple software that needs the most loving. The new design does quite a bit to make some users happy. There are some users Apple may never try to satisfy. Focus on the playback [...]

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Surprise Features: Apple’s new iTunes 11 comes with a gift-card scanner

Apple snuck in a sweet little feature in the latest update to the famous software: gift card camera scanning. If you’ve ever used a gift-card on iTunes, you’ve had to type in the big long code on the back. Now, you can hold the card up to the camera, and it will scan the card [...]


Could the iPhone finally be coming to T-Mobile?

The nation’s fourth-largest wireless carrier has seen its customers leave and its profits dip because it doesn’t carry the iPhone. One analyst thinks that may change, predicting an announcement as early as next week. We’re not holding our breaths; analysts are wrong more times than they are right. But if Scott Craig  from Merrill Lynch [...]

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Safety First: A bungee cord for your smartphone

Over in the UK sometimes they have some fun products. MyBunjee is a funny little guy. Bunjee Protection You have a wireless phone, but that doesn’t mean you need to keep it that way. You can hook a bunjee cord to it, and then your device will be protected from falling the distance from your [...]


15″ MacBook Pro with Retina is $300 off at B&H Photo today and tomorrow

If you don’t read AppleInsider, you should add them to your required daily reading. Here’s one of many reasons why: today and tomorrow only, you get $300 off the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The retail price of $2,799 drops to $2,499 when you use the link on their site. It’s not often we [...]

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