Apple Inc. in a new patent filing proposes to solve the ages-old problem of having to manufacture distinct keyboards to support the various alphabets and key arrangements of foreign countries by developing an OLED-based model where key arrangements are altered on the fly by software.
Apple Inc. at this month's Macworld Expo will will outline a high-definition video strategy that will see its weight thrown further behind Sony Corp's Blu-ray DVD format as opposed to Toshiba's HD-DVD, according to one Wall Street analyst.
In a report issued to clients early Thursday morning, American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu cited sources who say the Cupertino-based Mac maker, which already occupies a seat on the Blu-ray consortium, is set to begin shipping some of its computers with support for the next-generation DVD format.
Could this be a photo of the new Apple sub notebook everyone has been talking about? Granted the shot isn't all that clear, but it does look pretty legit. Interestingly the touchpad area is HUGE in comparison to the MBP sitting next to it... Better mark your calendars for the Macworld keynote on the 15th :)
Upgraded firmware for the iPhone that looks to be legitimate has leaked on to the Internet, and even though it's only a .1 upgrade some of the new features might make a big difference to users.
While the version of 1.1.3 obtained by Gear Live may not be the final, it still reveals lots of important changes, and probably paves the way for installation of third party applications via the SDK that Apple has promised to release early this year.
MacRumors has heard reliable confirmation about some features in upcoming Apple notebook due at Macworld San Francisco 2008.