That makes it the fastest launch of an Apple operating system ever, the company says. It released Mountain Lion Wednesday.Continue »
Mac OS X Mountain Lion retails for $19.99 at the App Store. And while the price is right, it may not be the best choice for everyone.Continue »
Apple released the "gold master" version of the software to developers Monday. The public will likely get the same copy of Mountain Lion, which is expected to be made available for download on July 25. Several sources speculate the software will be released the day after Apple's earning call on July 24.Continue »
(CBS News) Apple just can't catch a break. The computer company is at the center of another trademark battle.
A Chinese household chemical company Jiangsu Xuebao is suing Apple for allegedly infringing on its "Snow Leopard" trademark. The company doesn't own the "Snow Leopard" trademark, but it does own the Chinese translation - "Xuenbao."Continue »
(CBS News) Apple unveiled its next generation MacBook Pro with Retina Display Monday at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
"It's a true breakthrough in engineering - there's never been a notebook this thin, this light, this powerful for professional use," said Phil Schiller, Apple senior vice president.Continue »
Craig Federighi, Apple senior vice president of Mac, announced updates to iCloud and OS X Mountain Lion, which include Reminders, iMessage and Notification Center. The desktop operating system will get features that integrate better with iOS, which runs on iPads and iPhones.
Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller introduced the next generation MacBook Pro, which comes with Retina Display, weighs 4.46 pounds and is 0.71 inches thick. Apple calls it the world's highest-resolution notebook display, with a whopping 2,880 x 1,800 display. The next generation MacBook will ship with OS X Mountain Lion, an HDMI port, Thunderbolt and Intel Quad-core i7 processor.Continue »
(CNET) In an interview at the D10 conference on Tuesday in Palos Verdes, Calif., Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked once again what it's like to fill Steve Jobs' shoes.
"Steve was a genius and a visionary, and I've never viewed that my role was to replace him," said Cook. "Steve was an original. I've never really felt the weight of trying to be Steve. It's not my goal in life. I am who I am. I am focused on that. On being a great CEO of Apple."Continue »
Slimmer, retina MacBook to debut at WWDC, report says
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Smithsonian Institution is preparing an exhibit featuring Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs' more than 300 technology patents on the National Mall with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
The exhibit opening May 11, entitled "The Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World," will be on view through July 13 at the Smithsonian's Ripley Center.Continue »
(CNET) Apple is expected to bestow speedier Intel chips on its notebooks just about any day now. But according to three years' worth of pricing data, you're likely to save some cash for waiting just a few days after said models are released.
Yes, you read that right. Waiting to buy technology will result in saving some money. Bear with us though, this is kinda neat.Continue »
(CBS/CNET) Ready for some more exciting Apple rumors? A well-known French designer claims the computer giant is releasing something "revolutionary" in October.Continue »
(CBS/CNET) The U.S. Department of Justice confirmed today that it has reached antitrust settlements for alleged e-book price fixing with three large publishers - but not with Apple Inc.
Attorney General Eric Holder said at a press conference this morning that the settlement will provide retailers like Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble the "freedom to reduce the prices of their e-book titles."Continue »
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