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Apple Releases Updated iMacs With Faster Quad-Core Processors, Graphics, Thunderbolt I/O Ports, FaceTime HD Camera

Apple Releases Updated iMacs With Faster Quad-Core Processors, Graphics, Thunderbolt I/O Ports, FaceTime HD Camera

Earlier today Apple released updated iMacs with quad-core Intel Core i5 processors with an option to upgrade to Core i7 processors up to 3.4 GHz, new powerful AMD Radeon HD graphics processors, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O port/ports and an HD camera for FaceTime.

Apple claims that the new iMac is up to 70 percent faster and new graphics deliver up to three times the performance of the previous generation. 

Mac OS X Lion Reveals MobileMe Will Be Replaced By iCloud; Codenamed Castle

Mac OS X Lion Reveals MobileMe Will Be Replaced By iCloud; Codenamed Castle

Couple of days back, we reported that Apple has started using the iCloud name internally within several products currently under development.

Folks at Cosmomac.fr have discovered strings in the latest Mac OS X Lion build, which indicate that users will get an option to upgrade from Mobile to ‘Castle’, which is probably the codename for Apple’s new cloud-based service that may be called iCloud.

Apple Working On New ‘Reading List’ Feature For Safari

Apple Working On New ‘Reading List’ Feature For Safari

MacRumors reports that Apple is working on a feature for Safari in upcoming Mac OS X Lion that will allow users to save web pages so that they can read them later.

The feature is reminiscent of services such as Instapaper and ReadItLater that allow users to save web pages on the computer or iOS device so that they can read them later; even without an internet connection.

Apple To Unveil iOS 5 On June 6th At WWDC 2011

Apple To Unveil iOS 5 On June 6th At WWDC 2011

Apple has announced that the WorldWide Developer Conference 2011 will be held from June 6th to June 10th at the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco.

As rumored, Apple has revealed that it will unveil the future of iOS and Mac OS X at the event.

Apple Releases First Developer Preview Of Mac OS X Lion With New AirDrop Feature – Will It Come To iOS?

As rumored, Apple launched new MacBook Pros earlier today with Sandy Bridge Quad core processors with Intel’s Turbo Boost 2.0, a hybrid Thunderbolt/mini Display port, FaceTime camera and more.

Apple also surprised us by releasing the first developer preview version of Mac OS X Lion today, which was first demoed last October.

New MacBook Pro Specs Leaked; Reveals FaceTime HD Camera And “Thunderbolt” I/O Port

New MacBook Pro Specs Leaked; Reveals FaceTime HD Camera And “Thunderbolt” I/O Port

The technical specifications of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro has been leaked. It is widely speculated that the new MacBook Pros will be released tomorrow on Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ birthday.

The specifications have revealed couple of interesting features, which we hope will make it to the next generation iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch this year.

Apple Launches Mac App Store

Apple has just launched the Mac App Store for the Mac users like the App Store for iOS devices. Apple had unveiled the Mac App Store at the Back To Mac event held in October 2010.

Apple has also released Mac OS X 10.6.6 as it is required to access the Mac App Store, which is available via Software Update.

Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.6.5; AirPrint Feature To Print Via Shared Printers Is Not Working

Apple has just released Mac OS X 10.6.5 via Software Update.

The fifth maintenance update for Snow Leopard includes number of bug fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac.

Many users are reporting that the AirPrint feature to print via shared printers on Macs and PCs using iOS 4.2 GM is not working, just as we had reported earlier.

Adobe Flash Causing Poor Battery Performance? Adobe CTO Attributes It To Misinterpreted Facts

The tussle between Apple and Adobe over Flash has so far been limited to its non-implementation on iOS devices. Apple however went a step further recently with its launch of the new Macbook Air.

Unlike the earlier models, Apple decided against offering a pre-installed version of Flash on the new model citing the need for users to keep their computers updated with the latest version of Flash. 

Apple Patent Reveals Scrollable Menus And Toolbars May Be Coming To iOS & Mac OS X

Apple Patent Reveals Scrollable Menus And Toolbars May Be Coming To iOS & Mac OS X

Folks over at Patently Apple have come across a new patent application from Apple submitted to the European Patent Office for a feature that might be seen in future iterations of iOS and Mac OS X Lion.

The patent reveals a user interface that offers scrollable menus and toolbars for applications with large number of menu options. The basic idea of the patent is to save screen real estate and provide easier access to these menus.