Apple has already said that their upcoming Leopard operating system would include some features which are yet to revealed by the company till now.
One of those features might have been leaked out by their partner Sun Microsystems. Sun Microsystems Inc. CEO Jonathan Schwartz was quoted as saying to the media that the Apple’s upcoming Leopard operating system would use the open-source ZFS file system instead of the Apple’s long-used HFS+.
Turns out our local zombie-infested Apple store was already stocking yesterday's new Santa Rosa-based LED-backlit MacBook Pro -- and so naturally we had to do our own wholly unscientific comparison. Now, for starters, please note: all side-by-sides were taken with an 8 month old 2nd gen MacBook Pro with CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent tube) backlight and matte display on the LEFT, and the 3rd gen MBP with LED backlight and matte screen on the right. Apple told us the difference would be imperceptible -- was it? Check out the pics, and read on for some thoughts.
Apple Updates Macbook Pros - New systems sport upgraded Santa Rosa, LED backlit displays and new GPUs!
Apple have finally announced the super anticipated upgrades to the Macbook Pro line up of professional systems. The new models sport the recently announced Intel Santa Rosa platform and 15-inch models will see the new mercury-free, power-efficient LED-backlit displays. Although the 17 inch models will not ship with LED-backlights they do have the option of 1920-by-1200 resolution displays which a LOT of people have been waiting for.
Following up some recent patches to Samba, the open-source file-sharing system compatible with Windows file sharing, Symantec found some disturbing results: At least one *NIX variant, Mac OS X, is still vulnerable.
Apple Inc.'s highly anticipated iPhone will be available June 29 in the U.S., according to TV commercials broadcast Sunday and posted on the company's Web site.
The combination cell phone, media player and wireless Web-surfing device will retail for $499 and $599, depending on configuration. It will be offered exclusively in the U.S. by AT&T Inc.'s wireless division, formerly known as Cingular.
The iPhone, which sports no keypad but instead a touch-sensitive screen, was unveiled with great fanfare in early January by Apple CEO Steve Jobs.