Apple releases Pro Applications Update 2009-01; Apple Server Diagnostics 3X106
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No doubt everyone heard about the latest announcements from Apple, made last week. Join Brian Tong as he roams the annual music event and uncovers gems and duds in Apple's newest offerings in this week's Apple Byte.
Some people are reporting issues while trying to play HD content purchased from the iTunes Store on their Apple TVs. Although in many cases similar to this, the easiest suspect is the content itself. MacFixIt user Mark Lilienthal has discovered that the
Apple has released the latest update of their remote management software, Apple Remote Desktop, now version 3.3.
Apple has updated a couple of knowledgebase articles. The first one is about setting up firewalls to work properly with Apple TV, since many people may run into connection problems with Apple's multimedia device. The second article contains information
Apple TV is still very much a hobby for Apple, despite a three-fold increase in sales last quarter. 2009 might be the year Apple gets more serious about the product.
Patent suit filed by EZ4Media alleges that Apple hired away from Universal Electronics three employees who had confidential knowledge of technology ultimately included in Apple products.
Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
The iPhone maker is now permitting developers to sell content, subscriptions, and digital services from within their freely available App Store applications.