The Wall Street Journal is reporting in its Saturday editions that Apple CEO Steve Jobs received a liver transplant in Tennessee about two months ago.Jobs has been on medical leave from Apple since January to treat an undisclosed medical condition believed to be related to his pancreatic cancer.
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ATLANTIC CITY -- There were about 20 people waiting in line when I arrived for the iPhone 3GS launch at the Apple Store at The Pier in Atlantic City at 8:00 a.m.
MacRumors forum user bndoarn has organized a massive list of hidden 3.0 features.
Engadget Editor-in-chief Joshua Topolsky made an appearance on last night's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to demo the iPhone 3GS. It includes a good, albeit short, demo of its video editing capabilities, but it's more about the humor than anything else.
Programmers are finally unpacking their gear after last week's Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco and blogging about the experience. Some noticed rough edges in the community. Or even sharp edges.
Update: This hack has been found to disable Visual Voicemail for AT&T customers in the U.S.
In an open letter (and accompanying YouTube video, natch) posted today, AT&T revised its policy on upgrade eligibility for the new iPhone 3GS for a small number of iPhone 3G customers.I previously blogged about the lack or rhyme or reason to AT&T's seemingly random iPhone 3GS upgrade eligibility policy.
I received an email from an irate reader who placed a pre-order for a new iPhone 3GS on launch day who's delivery date has been pushed back from Friday to Tuesday, 23 June 2009.delivers by the 23rd?
If you've been tethered to your Mac since midnight, obsessively pressing the "Check for Update" button in iTunes, you can give it a rest. At least for a few hours.
Just before my recent travels Mail began crashing on me in 10.5.