Apple quietly released a developer preview of the next version of the OS X software February 16, 2012 - that new version has been dubbed OS X Mountain Lion. So what is this next big cat bringing to your Mac?
Whether you pre-ordered your iPhone 4S in order to receive it on the 14th or stood in line like me, now that you you have it in hand, what do you think of this cutting edge piece of technology? Did it meet your expectations?
June 5th at WWDC in San Francisco, Apple announced their latest updates to Mac OS X, and iOS for mobile devices, as well as the new iCloud service that replaces MobileMe and further integrates all your computing and mobile devices. I was again glued to my MacBook watching each update roll in from the guys at MacWorld.
So, the big announcement about iPad 2 came on March 2nd just as promised, and Steve Jobs seems extremely proud of the new iPad device that will begin shipping on Friday (March 11). How about you? Do you think they did enough? If you own one, is there enough new stuff to make you ditch your iPad 1 and go for the new, slimmer model?
As an iPhone 4 owner myself, I was curious how the Verizon marriage to the iPhone hardware would turn out. You've probably seen the T-Mobile commercials slamming AT&T for their FaceTime issues and the high cost of their data plans. What about Verizon? Is it more of the same?
Okay, so I haven't been on a deserted island for the last three months trying to survive with just my iPhone. I've just been extremely busy keeping up with all the fun new things that Apple has decided to release into the wild in the last few months.
I'm now the proud owner of an iPhone 4! Now that I'm finally over the giddiness of having this new toy, I'm trying to start some serious R&D work. Can you survive with just an iPhone 4 and no other technological devices? For how long - a day, a week, even a month?