January 11, 2013 by Kurt Wagner, Fourtune How will Apple (AAPL) follow up a 2012 lineup that included two new tablets, a new notebook and a new phone? Analysts Gene Munster and Douglas Clinton of Piper Jaffray took a stab at predicting what used to be unpredictable: Apple’s product calendar. Their report includes a number […]Read more "5 New Apple Products Coming in 2013"
January 4, 2013 by MacWorld and IDG It was a big year for Apple as it rolled out a new smartphone, tablets and updated its operating system as well as other tweaks to existing programs. 2012 saw Apple reach MVP status, for most valuable public company. We’ve already counted down the year in Apple […]Read more "2012: Apple’s Year in Review"
November 28, 2012 by Jeff Chow CTRL+Console: creativity unleashed Concerned about having to look down at your iPad to hit the buttons? Me too. That’s why I’ve created a system of gestures that allow you to keep your eye on your video and not on the interface. Details below. Where’s the Lightroom / Audio / […]Read more "Kickstarter: Take control of Final Cut, Premiere and Lightroom with your iPhone, iPod or iPad"
October 24, 2012 by MacWorld Macworld News Alert – October 24st, 2012 News from Macworld – The Mac Product Experts Slimmer iPads, iMacs highlight Apple press eventPrior to Tuesday’s press event, Apple promised that it had “a little more” to show us. That “little more” turned out to be quite a bit, as the company […]Read more "Slimmer iPads, iMacs highlight Apple press event"
October 22, 2012 by Final Draft The Final Draft Reader app is perfect for actors, agents, managers, and anyone who wants to read Final Draft scripts on their iPad and iPhone. Easily open your Final Draft version 8 (FDX) scripts in the Final Draft Reader app to read and make notes on the go, anytime, […]Read more "Final Draft Offers Free iPad/iPhone Script Reader App"
October 8, 2012 by fcp.co The visual programming tool Quartz Composer hasn’t received much love from the Apple team for a while. Should Apple finally kill it off, not only will it be the end for many popular QC based plugins for FCP, it could also be the end of Final Cut Pro 7 itself. […]Read more "The End of Final Cut Pro 7"
August 24, 2012 by Serenity Caldwell, Macworld.com “At Apple, our most important resource, our soul, is our people.” So starts the Apple Credo. When I started a year-and-a-half stint working for Apple retail in 2008, we were given this text on a fold-out business card and told to carry it around in our name-tag lanyards. […]Read more "Apple’s retail focus should be on customers, not cash"
August 8, 2012 by Quentin Fottrell | SmartMoney People walk inside an Apple retail store in Shanghai August 25, 2011. REUTERS/Aly Song/Files 1.”Our customers are worn out.” All that initial excitement over the first iPhone or iPad has quickly given way to what analysts are dubbing “upgrade fatigue” — with even Apple’s most loyal customers […]Read more "Things Apple Won’t Tell You"
May 24, 2012 by iRise Studio MX Quickly create simulations of iPad and iPhone apps that look and act like the real thing without writing a line of code! What is Studio MX? Go beyond prototyping. With Studio MX, quickly create incredibly interactive simulations of iPhone and iPad apps that look and act like the […]Read more "Don’t just prototype iOS apps. Simulate them (for free!)"
April 28, 2012 by appadvice.com/ I thank reader, Mike Schneider, for submitting the question: “I’ve been considering an i-pad an this may get me to move. What teleprompt app do you like for the i pad?” Here’s your answer, Mike, in a variety of price points: Overview Those looking to invest in an expensive teleprompter […]Read more "Teleprompter Apps For The iPad"