It is an article of faith, of course, that whatever Steve Jobs does is right. And so, since the iPhone currently has no keyboard on it, it must logically follow that it is wrong to have a keyboard, and therefore that Steve Jobs will never produce a version that does have a keyboard.
Fervent fans can therefore see no reason to change the iPhone from its current "type on the touch screen, or not at all" design. As one of the more zealous remarked when the suggestion was even mentioned: "The only people who think it needs a keyboard are people who have never used it."
A hacker, and a member of the Insanely Mac forums has managed to get Mac OS X Leopard running on the MSI Wind making for a cheap and light weight Macbook.
In a rare example of the PC's performance tuning culture translating to the Mac, a new utility has surfaced that lets Mac Pro owners overclock their systems beyond Apple's official specifications.
The German edition of ZDNet has posted a utility dubbed ZDNet Clock Tool that allows owners of the Intel-based Mac workstations to push the clock speeds of their Xeon processors significantly higher -- with leaps from 2.8GHz to 3.24GHz for more recent systems.
We’re waiting patiently for the iPhone and iPod touch App Store, and now we know at least one of the first add-ons that’ll be available, in the shape of official software from Apple! Read on to find out what it is…
The leak comes buried in the Read Me file for a pre-release version of iTunes 7.7, sent to developers last night, and simply states: “use the new Remote application for iPhone or iPod touch to control iTunes playback from anywhere in your home — a free download from the App Store.”
Microsoft just pushed out a 153.3MB update for Office 2008 for Mac that’s labeled “critical.” You will get notified of the updated via Microsoft AutoUpdate the next time it phones home or you can download the patch directly from the MS support knowledgebase.