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What you need to know About Today’s Apple Event: What and Why

Today’s Apple event was about closure. What started at WWDC in June, teasing for new operating systems, and new devices, and new services, was brought to full fruition over today’s, and last month’s event. Mac Today, Apple released a brand new, 5k display iMac. That’s about 7x the pixels found in an HD TV. The new iMac also has a faster refresh rate –...

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OSX Yosemite: First Look and Impressions

Yesterday Apple unveiled OSX Yosemite, and it made some goods, some bad, and some ugly changes you should know about. It won’t be available to the general public until the fall, and it’s in beta, so changes will be made, but you probably still want to hear my first impressions after day one. Design choices OSX 10.10 got a design overhaul by Jony Ive, Apple’s...

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Why Handoff is Apple’s Greatest Innovation

Apple unveiled a lot of updates today, but none were greater than Handoff (also Continuity, which is a related feature), a feature for both OSX and iOS. Here’s why. What is Handoff? Handoff means integrating your iPhone, iPad, and iPhone, so when you put one down, you can resume… Click To Tweet Handoff means integrating your iPhone, iPad, and iPhone, so when you put...

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Guide: What’s Happening at WWDC 2014 (3 minute Read)

I’m going to do something very unusual in the age of quick journalism. I’m going to admit that I have very little clue what’s happening at tomorrow’s WWDC. Still, given my experience, my guesses are usually more accurate than most. Usually I’m pretty forthcoming with my predictions for WWDC (WorldWide Developer Conference), Apple’s big yearly developer conference, but it’s almost conference day, and I’ve...

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