Yup, as expected Apple unveiled the new version of iLife today, iLife ’11. Woo! → Read More
One of new things showed off at today’s Back to the Mac event at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, CA, was iLife ’11, the latest version of Apple’s consumer software suite. While there was nothing new added to the package, all the standards were upgraded, and it looks like a few of them are quite a bit more social now thanks to some deep Facebook integration.
Previously, the iPhoto software was… → Read More
I’m not so sure what to make of this, but a MacDailyNews reader came across a placeholder page in the iLife guided tour section specific to the iPhone. Now there isn’t any real substantiating evidence to spark any wild and erroneous rumors, but it’s all in the URL and a QuickTime video is evident although it’s missing for now. Am I going to have to take back every terrible thing I’ve… → Read More
Whoopsies. Looks like Apple’s brassed off the New York Times’ David Pogue. It seems that the iMovie program included in the new iLife suite is far less impressive than its predecessor, iMovie 6. → Read More
Owners of Mac and HDD/DVD camcorders finally have a reason to live or at the very least not to throw either against the wall. Say hello to iLife ’08, iMovie in particular. Your frustrations at Apple for not supporting AVCHD and MPEG-2 formats ends now. It may set you back $79, but it’s certainly worth it if you own a Sony, JVC, Canon or Panasonic model that’s been tested, that… → Read More
ThinkSecret.com is reporting that, according to “reliable sources”, the new iMac should hit shelves on August 7th and will be ensconced in a brushed aluminum enclosure. The site is also toying with the idea that the new iLife suite might be released early to coincide with the new iMacs’ debut. General consensus up to this point has been that it would be released in October… → Read More
The professional rumor mongers over at Think Secret now say that Leopard, the next version of Mac OS X, will be released in June, right around the time of the Worldwide Developers Conference. Leopard was originally scheduled to ship by the end of March, but it turns out that the new OS is a little more advanced that Apple first anticipated. Whether or not this means we’ll see that new… → Read More