Apple on Tuesday introduced a more powerful Xserve aimed at organizations with limited IT support, such as small businesses or departments in larger companies.
In addition, the company launched a Mac Pro with twice the performance of the previous version of the workstation for creative professionals and research organizations. Apple unveiled the new products a week before the Macworld conference opens in San Francisco.
Apple Inc. at the Macworld conference next week will show off a new version of its iTunes jukebox software that bundles support for a digital movie rental service slated for an introduction at the same time, AppleInsider has been able to confirm.
Currently labeled iTunes 7.6, the software will let iTunes Store shoppers buy into the new rental service, which is expected to serve up digital movie downloads from the catalogs of motion picture studios Walt Disney, Twentieth Century Fox, and others.
Researchers have discovered the first trojan for Apple's iPhone.
The malicious package, called “iPhone firmware 1.1.3 prep” by its creator, was first reported Saturday on blogs, purporting to be “an important system update, according to researchers at Symantec Security Response.
If you're ready to drop 45 bones on a tricksy SIM from a back-alley internet joint called One-Stop-China.com in the hopes of unlocking an iPhone, then behold the X-SIM II. While not hardly the first SIM-based unlocking effort, this "Turbo SIM" (or so they call it) won't work in Germany, UK, Australia, but it will supposedly free up an iPhone running v1.1.2, and bootloader 4.6.
Apple shares slid 7.6 percent Friday, closing at $180 and capping an 11-percent loss in just one (shortened) week. Should investors be worried?
If you figure that the setback left Apple’s (AAPL) stock at its lowest close in only one month, probably not. And considering the 135 percent surge it saw throughout 2007, it was at least a little bit overdue for a pullback. On the other hand, this is the worst one-day percentage drop that Apple’s stock has suffered since April 2005. On the 14th of that month, Apple shares fell 9.2 percent.