Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the wraps off of the long-awaited and highly anticipated Apple tablet today at the "Come See Our Latest Creation" media event. The Multi-Touch device named the 'iPad', has a starting price of $499 and features a custom 1GHZ "Apple A4" processor, a 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 color display, and 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB flash capacities. The iPad weighs just 1.5 pounds and measures 0.5 inches thin.
Apple has released an update to Boot Camp that takes the utility to version 3.1. The new release not only adds support for the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system but also addresses issues with the Boot Camp software.
On Tuesday January 19, Apple released the first security update for 2010 labeled, "Security Update 2010-001" for Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Leopard. The update addresses security issues with CoreAudio, CUPS, Flash Player plug-in, ImageIO, Image RAW, and OpenSSL. Users can apply the update with Software Update or download the installers listed below.
As we enter a new calendar year why not start off with a post that focuses on the Mac for the upcoming year? Apple's Macintosh (Mac) line of computers have experienced phenomenal growth over the past several years and this trend is likely to accelerate in 2010.