It’s a busy year for Apple. The super-shiny (and incredibly expensive) Apple Watch hit shops last month and the smart money and Mac Diviners have it on good authority that a brand new iPhone model may be touching down as early as August. (Apple even recently outed its latest budget-orientated iPhone on its own site.)…
The next-generation MacBook Pro 2012 may be just around the corner: multiple Apple resellers are reporting some of the current models as out of stock, including J&R and Best Buy. In fact, the latter is not accepting online orders at this point.
Remember the Grid10? Of course you do...n't? Well, Fusion Garage's Android-ish, infinite desktop-having tablet got pushed back two weeks to October 1st to allow for testing and Flash certification. But at least its down to $300. Ambition alone doesn't justify a $500 price tag.
It was one of Hollywood's first modern CGI marvels, but it's taken quite a while for Universal to say the magic word on a Blu-ray release for the Jurassic Park (for now still a) Trilogy. No more—it's out this October 25th. Nature found a way. [Engadget]
It's kinda weird Skype didn't have an iPad app but the wait's just about over. There's no official release date yet, but it should be in the app store "soon."
The BlackBerry Storm 2 is the followup to Verizon's most buzzed-about phone of last year, but Verizon didn't help with the news. CrackBerry says the phone didn't pass Verizon's quality assurance. [CrackBerry]
After months of silence on Nintendo's part, Wii MotionPlus has finally gotten an official release date. It'll be out June 8th for $20.
According to some testers in Microsoft-centric forums, Windows 7 Build 7048 has been declared Release Candidate 1 ahead of the planned April 2009 launch date. For those racing through the torrent sites, it's build 6.1.7048.winmain_win7rc1.090211-1625.
A strange quote from Bill Gates today as he claims the next version of Windows, code-named Windows 7, is going to be released "sometime in the next year or so." That's way ahead of the previous estimates, which claimed Windows 7 was not going to be released in 2009 at all, but somewhere in 2010 or 2011.
According to AppleInsider sources, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard has been finalized and is well on target to make its rumored October 26th ship date. However, MacRumors' sources say that Gold Master hasn't been declared yet and "builds are still progressing." This comes in addition to the news that Apple has finished two new…
Rumor has it that Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard is going to be shipping in just a few weeks on Friday, October 26th. Although it's not very surprising, given that Apple usually releases new OSX versions on the last friday of the release month. If we were betting people, our money would be on the 26th. [AppleInsder]