Reports say the iPad Pro will be released later this year and won't be part of Apple's September 9th event. The iPhone 6S will be stronger than ever, and we bet you can't say "Swatch Smartwatch" 5 times really fast.
Apple doesn't have the power it used to have when it comes to the TV networks, Tim Cook invests in a showerhead and we want an iMac iWheel!
Apple looks into becoming a MVNO, Siri will transcribe your voice mails and Dr. Dre is bringing his first album in 16 years to iTunes and Apple Music.
Apple files for a patent that uses fingerprint sensors on remotes. We still don't know how many Apple Watches have been sold, and the worst Apple Back-To-School promo EVER.
Apple looks to bring solar panels to its touchscreens, we deliver on our promise to challenge Apple's recent claims, and look out piggies...Angry Birds 2 is coming this month!
Apple is looking at wireless charging for the next-gen iPhone; we'll sift through the fact and fiction of the iPad HD; and the AppleByte sets its own Guinness World Record.
Intel's releasing a new chip set that's prime for the MacBook Airs, the iPod Nano might be getting back a camera, Final Cut Pro is coming soon and we celebrate the start of the baseball season with Homerun Battle 3D, AppleByte style!
Yesterday Adobe has released a new version of Flash for OS X, which is available for download from the Adobe flash player website. These days peoples' experience with the plugin at times seems to be hit-or-miss, but the update may help people who are having problems with current versions of flash (ie, not being able to view AppleByte videos in some situations). At the very least it should fix a few bugs and security or stability issues with the last version.
MacFixIt Answers is a feature where we answer questions e-mailed to us by readers. This week, we have questions on an old PC hard drive not being writable on a new Mac, how to tell if Software Update is working properly, and OS X installation hanging with fans blowing.
Apple appears to be getting ready to launch new iMacs in March, a move the Apple community has expected for quite some time.