Apple releases Aperture 3.1 Update

Apple has released Aperture 3.1. The update “improves overall stability and performance, and addresses compatibility with iLife ’11. It also includes a number of specific fixes in the following areas: Performance when opening large libraries Performance when exporting heavily-adjusted images Importing iPhoto Libraries Relinking to referenced images after importing an iPhoto Library Importing photos and videos from iPhone or iPad ...

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MacBook Pro Core i7 2.8 Ghz option

Apple has added the Intel Core i7 2.8 Ghz processor as a new option for their 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro laptop computers. It costs $200 to upgrade from an Intel Core i7 2.66 Ghz. Ordering customized MacBook Pros from Saudi Arabian Mac stores will probably take a long time. You can instead try to buy it from Apple’s online ...

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Apple Improves UK iPhone 4 Shipping To 1 Week

Unlocked iPhone 4 units sold by the Apple Online UK store are now dispatched within 1 week, a second reduction from 2 weeks which was reduced from the usual 3 weeks. The improvement is not as good as the US store though as they reduced it to (1-3 days) from (5-7 days). This is a good time to buy an ...

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FaceTime on Mac doesn’t support Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Egypt

During yesterday’s Back to the Mac event Apple released the FaceTime app for Macs running Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Now you can have visual calls directly with iPhone 4 (needs iOS 4.1) and iPod touch 4G. FaceTime is in beta and you can download it from Apple’s site. Even though it works in Saudi Arabia when you go to ...

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Apple posts Back to the Mac event video

Apple has released the video of the Back to the Mac event where Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO, announced the following: The new edition of iLife ’11 with new iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand Preview of the upcoming Mac operating system, Mac OS X Lion New MacBook Air with prices starting at $999 The video can be streamed directly from Apple’s website ...

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Mac OS X Lion

Apple has unveiled their next Mac operating system, Mac OS X Lion. It’s “back to the Mac” as in taking the features of the iPad and implementing it back on the Mac OS. Features include multi-touch gestures, a Mac App Store, App Home Screen, Fullscreen Apps, Auto save, App resume. Exposé, Spaces and Dashboard combined into a new feature: Mission ...

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New MacBook Air starting at $999

Apple launched 2 new MacBook Air models during yesterday’s Back to the Mac event. The 2 models are available at 11-inch and 13-inch sizes and weighing 2.3 and 2.9 pounds. Prices start at $999 for the 11-inch model and $1299 for the 13-inch. The new MacBook Air includes features borrowed from the Apple iPad: instant power on, long battery life, ...

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Back to the Mac: iLife ’11

Apple announced a new version of their iLife set of Mac apps during the Back to the Mac event. iLife ’11 features updated versions of iPhoto ’11. iLife ’11 also includes iMovie ’11 with better audio editing, one step effects, people finder, more themes and ability to generate movie trailers. GarageBand ’11 has been update as will with Flex Time, ...

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Apple will Live Stream Back to the Mac Event

Apple has announced that they will live stream the Back to the Mac on their website www.apple.com at 8:00 pm Saudi Arabia time. Update: Here is the direct link to Apple’s live stream. Just like the September live stream it will be available for Macs running Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, or iPhones &iPods running iOS 3.0 or later, ...

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Live Coverage of Apple’s Back to the Mac event

Only a few hours remain until the start of Apple’s Back to the Mac press event where they will preview the next version of their operating system for the Mac. This is the first Mac related event in 2010 as Apple has been concentrating on iOS devices (iPad, iPhone and iPod touch). Apple’s Back to the Mac press event will ...

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