All the latest Apple news, featuring developments on the iPhone, iPad, Macbooks, OS X and much more.
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Coming soon for the iPhone and iPad, iOS 6 will add several long-awaited features, including turn-by-turn navigation and FaceTime calls over a cell network.
Some suspect Skype's changes will aid government surveillance, and it's time to prepare for Apple's Mountain Lion release.
Former federal CTO Aneesh Chopra joins the show today to talk wireless policy and what the heck happened with SOPA/PIPA; we dish on what really happened with Molly's Galaxy Nexus; and the address book uploading controversy that just won't end. Plus, Into It/Not Into It, and one angry, angry voice mail. Good to be back!
Thirty years later, the Mac's journey is far from over. It's had an even greater influence on the company's touch devices than the Apple II did on the Mac.
Not only did Apple ship its latest update to OS X this year, it also gave away iWork for free.
Apple finally (round about the end of our show) gets around to its "one more thing": a knife-edge MacBook Air that inexplicably lacks anything resembling a modern processor. Plus, Mac OS X goes all iOS on us. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Tab gets a price tag that doesn't disappoint (shocker!) and Facebook deals with even more unintended consequences: painful personal memories. --Molly
Turn voice to text with the nifty Dictation feature built into the new version of Mac OS X, Mountain Lion.
Apple's new Mountain Lion operating system for the Mac makes it easy to sync jottings from the Notes application between Apple devices. But it's also easy to sync to Android.
Leaked photos seem to show a new Acer laptop to rival Apple's MacBook Air. Dubbed the Aspire 3951, it's slim and light, and reportedly packs Intel Core iSeries processors.