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Steve Jobs First Macintosh Unveiling
On January 24th 1984, Steve Jobs unveiled and demonstrated the first Macintosh to Apple shareholders. A couple of days later, he showed off the Macintosh at the Boston Computer Society. Time has published the 90-minute presentation. It has never been seen before on the Internet. Steve Jobs explains how the Macintosh let users record video, process word documents in different fonts and create pictures. Don’t take my word for his awesomeness, watch the video below. Source: The Verge via TIMERead More

Posted On January 29, 2014By Paul OgunlowoIn Business, Gadgets, Mobile

Apple Releases Record Earnings Statement

Tech giant, Apple announced their earnings statement during their conference call and they broke lots of their previous records. 51 million iPhones were sold between November 2013 and January 2014 – an all time quarterly record – up from 47.8 million in the same quarter last year. iPad sales also came in at record highs at 26 million, up from 22.9 million from the same quarter last year. Mac sales weren’t left out in the record-breaking party either, coming in at 4.8 million sold from November to January, up from 4.1Read More
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Posted On October 22, 2013By Victor NnejiIn Gadgets, Top Stories

How To Download OSX Mavericks For Free

  Apple’s latest Mac operating system is now available to the public and they have gone forward to make OSX Mavericks a FREE download from the Mac App store as long as your system passes certain criteria’s. In this post, I’ll help you check and if you are eligible for the upgrade and share some tips for a successful installation. 1.     Check your Mac hardware To get details about your Mac model, click the Apple icon at the top left of your screen, choose About This Mac, then choose MoreRead More

Posted On June 11, 2013By Victor NnejiIn Design, Gadgets, Top Stories

Apple Unveils The Next Generation Mac Pro

Apple, yesterday at its WWDC event showed us alongside its latest iOS7, the successor to the MacPro line. The new machine  took a bold new redesign and boasts some very impressive specs under the hood. Design The design has morphed from a rectangular silver tower to a shiny 9inch black cylindrical tower. It has a motion sensor so when it is turned to reveal the ports at the back, the ports automatically light up for visibility. Power Structure Engineered around workstation graphics with dual GPUs, PCI Express-based flash storage, high-performanceRead More
Apple has cut prices and improved upon the hardware of certain devices in its MacBook line. The products affected by price cuts are the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro and 13-inch MacBook Air while upgrades have been made on the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro. The new prices are already effective on Apple’s website and in its stores. The 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro with 128GB of storage, now costs $1,499 while its 256GB storage sibling costs $1,699. Apple has also bumped up the spec of the 256GBRead More

Posted On October 23, 2012By Victor NnejiIn Media, Mobile

Apple’s October 23rd Event: What To Expect.

As we told you last week, Today is the day Apple is scheduled to unveil its much-anticipated ‘iPad Mini’. The Event will be held in California at 10am Pacific Time (1pm Eastern and 6pm West African Time). We know a lot of you are excited to see what Apple has to show us and we can’t wait either and want to give you a heads up on what to expect from the event. We’ll start from the Star of the Event, which is the iPad Mini: The 7.85-inch 4:3 screenRead More

Posted On October 5, 2012By Victor NnejiIn Top Stories

Apple Remembers Steve Jobs [VIDEO]

Apple today updated their homepage to remember the one year anniversary since its founder, Steve Jobs passed away. The website features a two minute video montage to remember his life and death. It features pictures of Jobs throughout his career and it softly ends with the following simple message: “Remembering Steve”. A message from Tim Cook (shown below) appears once the video ends. In the letter, Cook describes Jobs’ death as a “sad and difficult time”. The executive hopes, however, that everyone will “reflect on [Jobs'] extraordinary life and the many ways heRead More
VMware, a virtualisation software for Mac which allows users to run different versions of Windows or Ubuntu while also running OSX at the same time on the same machine without the need to reboot to the alternative OS, just launched the latest version of their software dubbed “Fusion 5″. The software is packed with 70 new features optimised for the latest technologies in OSX Mountain Lion, Windows 8 and the new Macs. New features include retina display support and the ability to Airplay your virtual machine onto an apple TVRead More
Apple Genius Ad May Day
Apple has unveiled a new set of ads featuring its Geniuses. For those who don’t know, Geniuses are support staff at the Genius Bar that help customers out in Apple Stores. The ads are titled “May Day”, “Labor Day” and “Basically”.  Apple seems to be targeting the non-Mac users with these ads. They’re saying “We’ll help you” when you switch to us. The ads premiered on Friday in support of the London 2012 Olympics. In “May Day,” an airplane pilot asks if there’s an Apple Genius on board in the sameRead More
Apple’s latest operating system, OSX Mountain Lion which was just released on July 25, will be sold and distributed via Apples Mac App Store only which means no DVD installation disks or USB installation thumb drives and which also means that if you have more than one machine you have to download the 4GB OS over and over and that isn’t going to look very pretty on your data plan bills not to mention the time wasted in downloading the OS especially in countries where broadband isn’t exactly 4G standard. ItRead More