Wednesday, 20 July 2011

New mac mini, and no cd drive.

Well the new mac mini has been released lets see what's new here.

  • well the first thing for the mac mini  is that it too like the air has dropped its cd drive with apple no longer giving you an option for one.
  • Second off all it has gotten the new intel core i5 and i7 second gen processors.
  • And lastly it has gotten the thunderbolt port
  • And it comes with lion.

New macbook air, at last

So with weeks of speculation and many dates chosen, apple has chosen to change the days of its updates from friday to wednesday and of coarse has updated the new macbook airs which are to replace the old macbook.

So whats new?
  • well for a start the new macbook airs have gotten a feature that many of us users love the backlight keyboard yes its back. It may not be the biggest or best feature but is one that is noticed the most when gone.

  • Next up we have the most impressive thing, but the thing with the least use, yes the thunderbolt port.

  • Another feature that we have is the new sandy bridge processors with intel core i5 and i7 these macbook airs will be a blast.
  • And the last thing that i would like to add is that these airs seem to have abolished the original macbook.

Mac os lion finally out, roarrrrr

So today apple released the new mac os x lion avalabile only as download from the mac app store for £20.99.

  • So what's new?
    • Well to start with one of the biggest features of lion is that there is no virtual copy of the it. Yep thats right it is available as a download only, from the mac app store for £20.00 in the uk. 
    • Second of all it has all new multi touch gestures such as 3 finger swipes for mission control and to change between spaces and full screen apps, two finger scrolling and many more.
    • Third of all the amazing full screen apps, this is so that you can get everything out of the way and concentrate on you work.
    • Fourth of all mission control its a mix between expose, spaces, it gathers everything thats open and puts it all in one
    • Next the mac app store, like the app store for iphone only this time its for the mac.
    • Then we have launch pad, one of the many features that apple took from ios to make lion os more simple. Well launch pad is where you go to get all of your applications on your computer. No more need to scrummage through folders and folders to find a program it will all be there in launch pad.
    • Resume, auto save, and versions. with resume you can start a app or program right from where left off even after a update, so when your mac turns on you don't need to do anything just get back straight to work,with auto save, your work gets saved with out you having to worry so much so that apple doesn't even have a save button, and lastly versions so that if you don't like the way something looks just go back to the previous version of that file.

  • These are just some of the new features in lion got to the apple site for more.