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Thinking of getting serious writing done on an iPad? Real keys can help. Consider one of these keyboard accessories.
Apple has made its Magic Trackpad peripheral a pack-in option on the newly refreshed iMacs, signaling that it's on equal footing with the mouse.
Apple provides many great video tutorials online to help users get the most out of their Macs. Included in those tutorials are several about gestures in iPhoto '11. Here are a few more gestures to help supplement those.
New keyboard mount for Apple's wireless keyboard adds Magic Trackpad to create one unified input device for lazy, lazy people, or those without desks.
Microsoft's upcoming OS will offer people a choice of the Metro-style interface or an updated but traditional desktop UI.
A few people who have installed Apple's 'Magic Trackpad' update are experiencing problems with the new behaviors. The main issue seems to be that scrolling is jittery instead of smooth, but others have had problems with mouse movement also not working well.
Thinking about going mouse-free on your iMac? There's another option: before buying a Magic Trackpad, consider the Wacom Bamboo Touch.
Apple's Magic Trackpad offers an easy-to-use touch interface for Mac users, but it could be so much more than just a trackpad.
Remember just a few years ago when Apple was lambasted for shipping only a one-button mouse, with the usual justification being that more buttons would confuse people? The new Magic Trackpad looks similarly simple and elegant, but is actually far more complex than even a multibutton mouse.
Apple has released an update to OS X that is specifically for the newly released iMac systems. The update addresses some graphical anomalies that occur in the new systems with the current version of OS X 10.6.4, and also fixes some compatibility issues with reading SDXC memory cards.