Help, Guides, and News on making the Switch To Apple Macintosh Computers
December 2007 Archives
MacMall, Apple's largest direct reseller, has brought back its Apple sale and the company says it is "BIGGER and BETTER than ever". Customers can save up to 26% on select Apple products including popular systems such sa the MacBook Pro and iMac as well as iPods. The sale is valid from 12/14 to 12/17 only.
Kick off Mac OS X's Software Update utility and you'll find new updates for Quicktime and GarageBand. An alternate way to get the updates is to use a standalone installer. Windows users you're not left out either, there's an update for Quicktime on Windows as well.
The Apple Outlet has low prices on several certified Macs including the popular MacBook and iMac aluminum models. All come free shipping and Apple's 1 year warranty. Items are removed from the outlet once they sell out.
To ensure that you get your order delivered by December 25, Apple is advising customers to complete orders by midnight on the dates listed below. Pay close attention to the US and Canada dates. Several deadlines are less than a week away!
The long rumored ultra-portable (also called sub-portable) MacBook Pro appears to be heading our way next month at MacWorld 2008. CNBC is reporting that the 12-inch model will be 50% thinner than the current MacBook Pro models and will sport flash based storage instead of a hard drive.
Net Applications' operating system data for November 2007 demonstrates that Apple's Mac OS X hit a new all-time high with 6.80% market share. A more telling story can be seen when the numbers are analyzed. More than 81% of the lost Windows market share has been picked up by Apple's Mac OS X.