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Steve Jobs might now be known for such mainstream technology as the iPhone, iPad and Macintosh, but his first creation with hardware genius Steve Wozniak was illegal.
On a gut level, Lion evokes some of the same feelings my original Macintosh did back in 1984. The first Bondi blue iMac struck me this way as did the first iPod, iPhone and iPad. A guest blog by Bob Snow
With the start of the MLB season, it's time to integrate the iPhone, iPad and Macintosh into your baseball experience. Some of these products have become essentials to my enjoyment of games at home and on the road.
With all the deafening buzz about the recent release of the iPad and Cupertino putting its boot down on cross-compilers for mobile apps, one had to strain a bit to hear the real story in Apple Q2 announcements: Despite the increasing competition from major vendors and the gloomy outlooks from analysts, the Macintosh is gaining strength in many market segments and so is the iPhone.
Industry observers point to the amazing margins of the iPhone and the declining margins for computers. So, of course, the logical course of action is for Apple to abandon the Macintosh? It's crazy talk.
Apple is buying P.A. Semi, a designer of low-power microchips, in a move that could bolster its ability to customize key parts for its iPhone, iPod and Macintosh product lines.
Now that Leopard and the iPhone have shipped, Apple is dividing its annual developer conference into 3 tracks: iPhone, Macintosh and IT, which means fitting the first two into the enterprise. This could mark a new "halo" for the Macintosh coming from the thousands of programmers who will embrace the Mac OS X platform in order to write iPhone/iPod Touch apps.
Move over iPod and iPhone and television set-top boxes. In a surprising twist, it looks as if the big stories at this year's Macworld Expo may actually be about the Macintosh.
A rumor over at 9 to 5 Mac says that iPhone will ship with two previously-unannounced features when it ships next week: a VPN client: The iPhones will have the standard OSX VPN client when they ship next week. This will allow connecting to Macintosh and Windows VPN Servers on L2TP or PPTP over IPSEC.
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