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What Roxio says Popcorn 3 does: Copy DVDs (non-encrypted) DVD-Video Compression TiVoToGo (which only works with a TiVo Series 2) Convert video for lots of devices: iPod, iPhone, PS3, PSP, XBox 360 Supports Turbo.264 Disc labels Create DVD menus Create compilation DVDs with 4 hours of […] Read more »

Based on my time spent playing with the iPhone interface, I present to you my new term which represents a very serious condition facing geeks today. Scroligo | skro-li-go | noun The vertigo-like sensation induced by switching back and forth between the inverted scrolling orientation on […] Read more »

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According to ThinkSecret, Leopard is still on track for its delayed release estimate of October. This gives Apple a matter of a few weeks to declare a Gold Master, produce a significant number of copies and get them to retail stores. It’s a time crunch for […] Read more »

Is it possible the AirPort Extreme base station isn’t catching all the malicious traffic bound for my home network? I just opened Console to check on an issue I was having with lookupd, but I was distracted when the ipfw.log firewall log file popped up with […] Read more »

Spire, makers of fine laptop bags, have just released an update to their line of laptop bags. The new bags are definitely a bit more stylish and not quite as cold and business looking as the previous line. Prices start at $80 for the smaller bag […] Read more »

Dan at UneasySilence points out that if you’ve upgraded your iPhone to the latest version (1.1.1) the email viewer application now supports wav and mp3 files in your email. This is surprising to me that it wasn’t inherently in the iPhone to begin with… Dan points […] Read more »

Not that it will be delivered, but I just sent an email to Steve Jobs: Steve (or his assistant, secretary, mail reader, etc.), I have been a devout Apple fanatic for years. I was just about to give up on Apple when you came back. I […] Read more »

After much anticipation, my new MacBook Pro arrived this weekend. Following an evening of migrating files, applications and settings to the new laptop, I was extremely pleased with its speed, responsiveness, and all the little things that make it an excellent Apple laptop. But this morning, […] Read more »

MacBook Battery Life (After 1-year) Wait for Leopard? Does/Can a Mac synch with a Blackberry? IPA phonetic alphabet font(s) for Mac? Why are Canadians paying more for Apple products in Canada? Read more »

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The iPhone does a great job of displaying any website with its Safari web browser and high-resolution display. With the easy touch controls on the iPhone, navigating just about any website is a breeze. Still, websites developed specifically for the iPhone are optimal because they utilize […] Read more »

iLife ’08 users, check for updates! Apple has unleashed a grand total of 9 updates for iLife ’08. They did sneak in a firmware update for my MacBook Pro as well. Here’s the list: Keynote 4.0.1 Pages 3.0.1 Numbers 1.0.1 iDVD 7.0.1 iMovie 7.1 GarageBand 4.1 […] Read more »

I’ve come to the conclusion that there is a room at 1 Infinite loop few know about. The entrance is guarded by laser beams and ninja trained monkeys. The employees that work in the room are completely self contained and sequestered from the the outside world. […] Read more »

apple.com, 9 May 1998 [via] Noted blogger and podcaster Daniel Eran Dilger writes today at Roughly Drafted on Leopard and the History and Future of Mac OS X on PowerPC. For those of you, like our own Stephanie Guertin, who are running on older PPC systems, […] Read more »

Apple has officially announced the 2007 Insomnia Film Festival. On Saturday, October 13 at promptly 9:00 a.m. (Eastern Time), Apple will open the floodgates for all high school and college students to create a 3-minute film (using some parameters provided by Apple). The kicker? You have […] Read more »

As I believe is useful from time to time, LifeHacker is calling for your menubar submissions. Take a screenshot of your menubar, explain all the apps you’ve got running there, and submit to the good folks at LifeHacker. My suggestion would be to keep track of […] Read more »

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It appears that Apple may have been telling the truth about unlocked iPhones and the software update not playing nice together. Jonathan Seff over at iPhone Central shares his tale – in which even a new SIM card couldn’t resurrect is iBrick. Even though some Apple […] Read more »

As I understand it, iTunes for Windows allows you to sync your iPod – or more importantly (these days) your iPhone – with Outlook for contacts and calendar items. That seems well and good for Windows users I suppose, but not so for my co-worker and […] Read more »

Apple launched a revamped online store on Wednesday, giving it a refreshed look and just the polish it deserves. Product categorization is greatly improved, making it much easier to visually make connections between products and accessories. More emphasis is being put on new and top selling […] Read more »

iTunes has been around for quite some time (if my calculations are correct it’s about 6 years). It’s been my favorite music/video organizer I’ve ever used (both Mac and PC) and the launch of the iTunes Store in 2003 quickly made it the go-to place for […] Read more »

Pixelmator has been pretty tight-fisted about letting their image-editor-in-progress see the light of day. There have only been 1 or 2 screencasts released by the developers, and what few beta testers were out there weren’t too loud about it. But today you can go download Pixelmator […] Read more »

Today Amazon launched its public beta of Amazon MP3. Amazon MP3 is Amazon.com’s foray into the digital music scene…and a it’s an extremely solid effort to say the least. Pricing per song is between 89 and 99 cents and albums between $4.99 and $9.99. The Top […] Read more »

By default, OS X has full keyboard access disabled allowing you to only tab through a limited number of items in various dialog boxes. In this Quick Tip I cover how to enable full keyboard access to help save you a few mouse clicks throughout your […] Read more »

Today Apple released a statement in regards to the various hacks that unlock the iPhone from being tied to AT&T. Apple has discovered that many of the unauthorized iPhone unlocking programs available on the Internet cause irreparable damage to the iPhone’s software, which will likely result […] Read more »

Microsoft had their chance at defining a market. They pushed for the creation of the Ultramobile PCs (“UMPCs”). The Windows-based mini-tablets have not found their market. However, the Apple iPhone (and now the iPod touch) is actually the UMPC done right. The Windows-based UMPCs tried to […] Read more »

With September ending, and Leopard effectively promised for October, the 10.4.11 ‘fix list’ keeps piling up. That I know of right now, it supposedly should cover: CUPS, VPN and L2TP, audio bugs (Core Audio and .m4a), AFP server issues, USB devices, networking fixes (again), BSD and […] Read more »

I’m not all that picky when it comes to alarm clocks. Essentially it passes my rigorous test if the display doesn’t light up my room while I sleep, and the default buzzer doesn’t stop my heart when it goes off in the morning. But I suppose […] Read more »

In case you’re hoping for an invite to the Social, Woot’s got the 30gb Zune for $129 today. The funny part is that they were selling it for $169 just a few weeks ago. So there’s an “Emergency Open Letter” to all Woot Customers which addresses […] Read more »

My temptation to plunk down the cash for an iPhone grows almost daily, especially after the recent price drop. But now rumors are surfacing that Apple will update the device to 3G network compatible chipsets (not to mention an addition of GPS) by very early 2008. […] Read more »

Well anyone who complained about the iPhone being expensive here in the US can officially shut it (myself included). An ad for the 8GB iPhone in Germany (pictured above) has the phone costing a whopping 899 Euros. Do some quick currency conversions and you find that […] Read more »

Back when the Zune dropped (and kept dropping…) I was talking with a friend about the features – specifically the wifi that came built-in. While the product as a whole seemed like a brick, there was something interesting about having a media device with ad-hoc wifi […] Read more »

iPhone – just buy one, no questions asked? New EA games iLife across borders Software to track Roommate Expenses Simple Checklist? Not so Simple? Firefox Plugin Scanning Read more »

As with any new Apple product, the accessory market has exploded for the iPhone. With the new product and accessories come scores of websites, fan forums, and reviews of everything under the sun that may be related. But the resulting problem often times becomes a glut […] Read more »

Earlier this month, Apple delivered on what fans had long been asking for – a widescreen iPod video with the touch screen capabilities of the iPhone, but without the hassle of going though AT&T to gain phone service. It even debuted with a WiFi-enabled iTunes Music […] Read more »

The open thread closes at midnight PDT (UTC -0700). Be sure to get your questions in before then! Although we at The Apple Blog like to hand down our knowledge and opinions on all things AAPL (sometimes a little too self-righteously, sure, but aren’t bloggers supposed […] Read more »

I was excited to learn that Ringtones were now a part of iTunes. I thought it would be great if I could mash up some stuff in GarageBand, or shoot, even my current iTunes tracks, and easily get them on my iPhone. I hurriedly downloaded my […] Read more »

Last week after the announcement of the iPhone price drop, Steve Jobs posted an open letter to iPhone owners telling them they’d get a $100 in-store credit for being “early adopters.” Apple has now posted the full details of exactly how to get that $100 credit. […] Read more »

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