Photos of an ultra-thin Apple keyboard have surfaced on the web, stirring considerable debate, as they appear match AppleInsider's earlier description of a next-generation iMac keyboard.
The photos first appeared on this flickr account and have since been widely syndicated across the web. One photo reveals that the new keyboard, which appears to be a pre-production unit, carries the codename "M89."
Are you a Mac user who wants to create an entertainment center? Well, you have two choices. You can blow more Mac Bucks on an AppleTV, which is basically a wireless media hub that allows you to move multimedia content from your computer to your TV and stereo equipment (a.k.a., your "media center"). Or you can beef up your current Mac with a TV tuner.
With security researchers set to reveal details of a critical security flaw in the iPhone at theBlack Hat 2007conference next week, Apple Inc. now has fewer than seven days to patch a critical vulnerability in the product.
A couple in Osaka Prefecture have filed a lawsuit seeking around 2 million yen from the Japanese unit of Apple Inc. and Sony Corp. claiming that the husband suffered burns after their laptop caught fire due to its Sony-made battery. The U.S. computer manufacturer has already paid the couple money for the laptop but has refused to pay 1 million yen in compensation, the couple said in a press conference on Wednesday.
Apple Inc. this week began offering its developer community a new pre-release build of its upcoming Leopard operating system, sources tell AppleInsider.
Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard build 9A499 is believed to be the first widespread seeding of the software since June. At that time, Apple treated attendees at its annual developers conference to an exclusive preview of build 9A466, later broadening distribution of that same build to its vast Apple Developer Connection community.