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Apple seeds fifth OS X 10.8.4 beta with no known issues

Apple on Tuesday seeded the latest OS X 10.8.4 Mountain Lion beta build, dubbed 12E40, to developers with no known issues.


Apple's corporate controller Luca Maestri granted restricted stock worth nearly $16M

A filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday reveals Luca Maestri, Apple's recently hired corporate controller, received over 38,000 restricted stock units which, at today's AAPL share prices, are worth almost $16 million.


Apple's latest TV ad focuses on the iPhone 5's camera

Apple on Thursday aired its newest TV commercial for the iPhone, with the spot straying from the tone set by the company's most recent iPhone and iPad ads, which highlighted the bevy of apps available for iOS.


Apple adds iBooks Author Widgets, iTunes Extras and iTunes LP in iAd Producer update

In another Apple update pushed out on Tuesday, Apple brought iAd Producer up to version 4.0, adding a number of new features for developers to leverage when using the ad creation tool.


Apple seeds fourth build of OS X 10.8.4 to developers with no known issues

Apple on Tuesday released build 12E36 of the next OS X 10.8.4 maintenance update, with the latest beta bringing no known issues.


Apple brings push notifications and iPhone upgrade pricing alerts to Apple Store iOS app

Apple brings push notifications and iPhone upgrade pricing alerts to Apple Store iOS app


Apple's online store now offering refurbed 7th Generation iPod Nanos, cheaper refurbed iPads

Customers interested in saving a bit on an iPod nano or iPad are in luck, as Apple's online store has begun offering refurbished models of both devices at a significant discount.


Apple ripples trouble multi-billion dollar pool of suppliers

Negative media attention and reports of sales underperformance have roiled the waters at Apple, and that disturbance has had ripple effects in the iPhone maker's multi-billion dollar supply chain environment.


Apple seeds OS X 10.8.4 beta build 12E33a to developers

Apple on Wednesday seeded build 12E33a of OS X 10.8.4 maintenance update to developers, with the latest beta coming a little over one week after the build 12E30 went out for testing in early April.


Apple's Aperture and iPhoto get RAW image file compatibility for new Fujifilm cameras

An update pushed out on Wednesday brings Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11 support for RAW image files from four Fujifilm digital cameras.


Apple updates Safari Web browser and Java plug-ins for OS X

Apple on Tuesday released four Internet-related software updates, including Safari for Mountain Lion, Lion and Snow Leopard and two Java for Mac OS X downloads.


Apple updates Aperture and iPhoto with bug fixes, adds printer driver support to OS X

Apple on Tuesday released a number of updates for its desktop operating system, including bug fixes for the Aperture image editing program and a handful of maintenance updates which add printer drivers to OS X.


Parody biopic "iSteve" release delayed due to Boston bombing

Comedy website Funny or Die pushed back the debut of its parody Steve Jobs biopic "iSteve" in observance of the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday, saying the short film will see release on April 17.


Apple Online Store now offering refurbished 5th-gen iPod touch for $240

Apple on Monday added the fifth-generation iPod touch to the "special deals" section of the company's online storefront, offering $50 savings on refurbished 32GB and 64GB units.


PebbleOS updated with third-party watchface support and iOS bug fixes

The Pebble team on Friday issued version 1.1 of PebbleOS, bringing a variety of bug fixes and improvements to the Bluetooth-connected smartwatch.


Apple seeds second OS X 10.8.4 beta with no known issues, reactivates App Store updates

Apple on Tuesday rolled out OS X 10.8.4 beta build 12E30 to developers, with the biggest change being the return of Mac App Store downloads


Apple tweaks iOS developer portal with unified view for certificates, identifiers & devices

Apple this week revised its official developer website with a new, easier-to-manage unified view for managing certificates, identifiers, devices, and provisioning profiles.


Tele2 officially activates 4G LTE for Apple's iPhone and iPad in Sweden

Months after Apple's iPhone 5 launched in Sweden, cellular operator Tele2 has finally enabled 4G LTE for the device after getting approval to do so in January.


Apple now selling refurbished redesigned 27" iMacs at over $400 off list

The Online Apple Store is now selling refurbished versions of the newly redesigned 27-inch iMac, with a variety of configurations offering savings of up to $400 off retail pricing.


Microsoft ending support for Office for Mac 2008 April 9

On April 9, 2013, Microsoft will end support for the Office for Mac 2008 productivity suite.