For those of you who have been following HITB for a while will know that I've been dying to get a Macbook Pro ever since Apple announced the switch to Intel. I finally bit the bullet and am now the proud owner of the latest 15.4" 2.4GHz model! Initially I placed an order with one of the Malaysian distributors who assured and promised me that the machine would arrive on Monday the 11th. Lo and behold, the entire shipment of all MBPs destined for Malaysia have been postponed till next week! So what does a hacker do? Find the next closest country from which to pick one up from obviously!
Steve Jobs on Monday pulled the curtain further up on Apple's plans for its upcoming Macintosh operating system, known as Leopard, as well as its hotly anticipated iPhone.
Apple Inc. launched a version of its Safari Web browser for Windows-based PCs on Monday, pitting it against Microsoft Corp.'s dominant Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox.
"What we've got here is the most innovative browser in the world and the most powerful browser in the world," Apple CEO Steve Jobs said during his keynote speech at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference.
Safari, which was released a few years ago for Apple's Macintosh computers, has captured about 5 percent of the world's browser market share with more than 18 million users, Jobs said.
Security and Mac OS X is never an easy topic to write about. There's so much emotion, advocacy, and arguing going on that getting to the heart of the matter can sometimes seem impossible. However, once you sort past those issues, the state of security on Mac OS X isn't terribly complicated, nor bad at all. It's not perfect, but it's not the final world in Quake, with pitfalls and monsters behind every corner.
We've gotten copies of the full iPhone Training manual provided to AT&T employees that gives us a few more details about Apple's iPhone. Thanks to cindynjgirl79 for providing the scans. The training manual is broken down into features of the iPhone, and Mac Rumours has provided hilights and links to the scans.