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Apple today announced the new iTunes for Mac and PC, featuring a redesigned player, seamless integration with iCloud, and a new look for the world’s most popular online music, apps, TV, and movie stores.
Apple has seeded the Golden Master (GM) version of iOS 6 to developers today. The GM release represents the final version that will be shipped to customers
Today, Apple updated its iPod touch line to a 5th generation model which incorporates the same larger 4″ screen as the just announced iPhone 5. At only 6.1mm thin and 88 grams, the iPod touch is the lightest iPod touch they’ve created. The new iPod touch also contains the A5 processor. Apple is promising 40 hours of music playback, and 8 hours of video, slightly increased over the 4th generation Touch
With Apple having prematurely confirmed the “iPhone 5″ name in search results on its website, users have been scrambling to try to find evidence of additional announcements today. Several other press release links have been found indicating that Apple will be releasing an updated version of iTunes, as well as new iPod touch and iPod nano models. One search pulls up results for both the iPhone 5 and new iTunes press releases, while a second search reveals a link to a “New iTunes” page on apple.com
Apple has seeded developers with a new build of OS X Mountain Lion (12C50) to developers this evening. The version contains complete release notes as posted by 9to5Mac , suggesting the release is near complete. Apple is holding a media even on Wednesday where they are likely to detail the new iPhone and iOS 6
iOS developer Will Strafach posted a Tweet a few minutes ago stating that the iPhone 5 and the updated iPod touch reportedly due for introduction at tomorrow’s media event will support a new panorama photo mode that will enable users to capture multiple photos that can be automatically stitched together into a single panoramic image. [iPod touch] also has that Panoramic photo feature enabled as far as I know. I think the new iPhone does as well. Strafach has since deleted his Tweet, but says that he deleted it because the information was already known, not because it was inaccurate.
9to5Mac shares some details on Apple’s apparent plans for updated iPods reportedly set to be introduced alongside the iPhone 5 at next Wednesday’s media event. Based on the information that appears to come from part numbers in inventory systems, Apple will reportedly be making at least minor changes to three of the current iPod lines
At Forbes.com, Morgan Brennan reports on the new 8000-square foot Savant Experience Center, a typical “swanky” Manhattan apartment with one special difference — it’s automated with Apple technology. Brennan writes that nearly every feature of the multi-room center, including lighting, window shades, temperature, and even a hidden flat-screen television can be “easily controlled with Apple products like iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch-embedded remote controls” running TrueImage software by Savant Systems. Brennan quotes Savant Systems CEO Robert Madonna, who notes: “Anyone who can afford to buy an iPhone can essentially have a piece of automation in their home.”
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new research report outlining his thoughts on Apple’s product introductions for the remainder of 2012, noting that delays in some necessary components have forced Apple into a very tight timeline that is less than ideal and which may impact growth over the short-term.
The outside of the box said "Windows base machine or better", so I bought a Mac.