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Learn about AirPlay Mirroring in OS X Mountain Lion.
Thunderbolt or display accessories may be packaged in your new computer’s document folder if ordered from the Apple Online Store. This is the case with new MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) and MacBook Air (11-inch or 13-inch, Mid 2012) computers.
As of June 30, Apple officially discontinued MobileMe , the company’s previous suite of online services that has been replaced by iCloud. But while the MobileMe services went offline as of that date, the company has continued to allow MobileMe users to migrate their accounts to iCloud and to download Gallery photos and iDisk files “for a limited time”. It now appears that the “limited time” is rapidly running out, and users who have yet to save their MobileMe data and/or convert their accounts to iCloud need to move quickly to ensure that they do not lose their data and registered user names.
Amazon today announced a significant upgrade to its Cloud Player music service, bringing iTunes Match-like “scan and match” technology to assist users in making their entire music libraries available in the cloud. The upgraded service also mirrors iTunes Match in delivering all matched tracks at 256 Kbps, even if the user’s original material is at a lower quality. New Cloud Player features include: – Amazon MP3 purchases â€” including music that customers purchased in the past â€” are automatically saved to Cloud Player, which means that customers have a secure backup copy of the music they buy from Amazon, free of charge. – Amazon scans customersâ€™ iTunes and Windows Media Player libraries and matches the songs on their computers to Amazonâ€™s 20 million song catalog
While court documents filed in relation to the high-profile U.S.
You are unable to toggle Zoom and Invert colors using their key commands.
Learn about the Accessibility Options feature of Mountain Lion.
Yesterday, we reported on an appearance by Apple design chief Jonathan Ive at the UK Trade & Investment department’s Global Business Summit on Creative Services in which he talked a bit about Apple’s design philosophy and its focus on making great products rather than simply trying to maximize profits by cutting corners. The Telegraph has another report on Ive’s appearance, highlighting his discussion of how the iPhone was “nearly shelved” as Apple struggled to deal with a number of issues, apparently including a search for a proper proximity sensor that would reliably turn off the device’s screen when it was held to the user’s face. “We nearly shelved the phone because we thought there were fundamental problems that we can’t solve
The outside of the box said "Windows base machine or better", so I bought a Mac.