One great thing about iTunes is the ability to listen to other people’s libraries from your own computer. And if you’re nice enough, you can let them listen to yours, too. Never knew this? It’s time you do! And even better, I’ll explain to you how to do it.
Rumour has it that Apple is planning to overhaul its complete line come 2012. This means there is something new in the works for the iMac, MacBook Air, iPhone, and iPad coming soon.
Apple’s iCloud has now been launched for a couple of weeks, and it’s continuing to grow in increasing popularity. If you’ve not linked yourself into the iCloud yet, or are debating if its right for you, here are the details on the new storage tool.
When his death was imminent, Steve Jobs asked author Walter Isaacson to write his biography. He wanted it to be a biography that was completely honest, outlining both his strengths and weaknesses.
The recent record-breaking launch of the Apple iPhone 4S proves that it is a favourite, though it isn’t that different from the iPhone 4. The new version, introduced as the “Let’s Talk iPhone” last week, was a little disappointing for those who expected a totally new iPhone 5.
We already know how much we love Spotlight: just a simple search helps us find absolutely anything on our Mac. And now that we’ve discovered Tunesque, any kind of search is done with ease.
If you need the convenience of running Windows alongside OS X, Parallels has an updated version that’s going to rock your socks: Parallels Desktop 7.0.
Are you looking for the best mobile browser for your iPhone? Look no further than Dolphin, the simplest and most efficient way to browse the mobile web.
The word is abuzz that Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, has stepped down from his post. During his stay as the head of Apple, he transformed the company into something, well, sensational, building an empire of Apple followers who can’t get enough of their swag.
Apple has launched their new Find My Mac tool for developers who have achieved access to their new iCloud service. This allows users to locate, lock, and even completely delete the hard drive to a lost Mac computer. Find My Mac is similar designed to Find My iPhone, a service that allows you to find […]