On the Eve of the Apple TV: New Features for Apple TV Revealed?

March 22, 2007

With the release of the Apple TV imminent, analysts are talking it up, and potential new features are being revealed. This Arsjournal post is a good summary of what to expect for the upcoming launch, and what issues the Apple TV might encounter.

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Apple to Developers: Get a Mac

March 22, 2007

Apple wants this year’s Wordwide Developer Conference to woo more Windows developers to the Mac. Will it be the year’s longest running “Get a Mac” ad?

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QuickTime gains 720P Apple TV high-definition export mode

March 22, 2007

In an undisclosed and largely unnoticed update to its [url=http://www.apple.com/quicktime/]QuickTime[/url] video playback and conversion software, [url=http://www.apple.com]Apple[/url] has quietly added an “Export to Apple TV” feature capable of creating high-definition videos viewable on the Apple …

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First Video: Setting Up Apple TV

March 22, 2007

A video that demonstrates the setup processes of the Apple TV. Via: Gizmodo

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Apple releases iTunes 7.1.1 for Mac, Windows

March 22, 2007

Apple today released iTunes 7.1.1, updating its multimedia software for both Mac and Windows systems. The latest revision addresses a stability issue, as well as minor compatibility problems in iTunes 7.1. The Cupertino-based company describes iTunes as “the world’s best way to organize and enjoy your personal digital music and video collection wit

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Apple to makeover iMac line with thinner, sexier enclosures (not on 17″)

March 22, 2007

AppleInsider reports that Apple’s popular line of iMac personal computers are about to undergo a substantial facelift that will showcase striking new industrial designs that will leave both competitors and onlookers smitten. The redesign, however, will only be applied to the 20-inch and 24-inch iMacs. The 17-inch iMac may go bye-bye…

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Stupid Apple Remote Tricks

March 22, 2007

If you’ve purchased a Mac recently, you probably have an Apple Remote. This nifty little device allows you to enter Apple’s Front Row interface and control your Mac from afar. It’s common knowledge that you can use your Apple Remote to play music, watch movies, and flip through pictures. This all comes in very handy.

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