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MacBook Pros

After a day with leaked product numbers showing up across different websites, the fairly obvious rumor has finally come true.  The Macbook Pro has been updated as well as the regular Macbook.  While no new form factor or eye catching changes, the Macbook Pro now includes a multi-touch trackpad and has benefited from increases in processor speed and more powerful graphics chips.  Of note, the apple remote is no longer included and is to be purchased seperately.  Head over to the apple store for more.



HandBrake 0.9.2 released for Leopard

HandBrake, one of our favorite free applications, has been released for Leopard users and adds support for Apple TV Take 2. This version is Leopard only. Update today!

Apple intros 2GB iPod shuffle for $69, drops 1GB to $49

The title of this post says it all. Apple had introduced a 2GB iPod Shuffle this morning for $69 and reduced the price of the 1GB version to $49. As my favorite little MP3 player, I will be heading our to my Apple store to grab one of these, since I happened to have left mine in a pocket for the wash :(
  My workouts will be filled with music once again!


Fix My iPod

This is just too funny. Fix my iPod!

Fix My iPod at YouTube


Spaces in Front Row, Apple TV?

I can see this one being quite interesting and useful. Spaces could provide some very interesting features to the Apple TV and Front Row. Read the full story at MacNN.

MacNN | The Macintosh News Network wrote:

Patent hints at Spaces in Front Row, Apple TV

Apple has filed for a patent that could retrofit its Spaces feature for use with Front Row and Apple TV. The application, filed on January 7th, is the second patent revealed on February 7th relating to a potential future feature set for Apple TV. One block diagram shows an example of an architecture for generation and use of spaces in a display…


Apple Releases Apple TV ‘Take 2′ Update

Apple has released the Take 2 update for the Apple TV today without much fanfare. This has been eagerly anticipated since it’s mention at MacWorld. You can update your AppleTV through the device itself. Please leave comments and thoughts on your experience with the new software below!


Apple Releases Aperture 2

Apple has announced the release of Aperture 2. This comes as an unexpected suprise to the TweakOSX team. Aperture is our favorite photo management software and is extremely powerful and easy to use for photo correction. The release adds over 100 new features, many which we have been hoping would appear in Aperture. Too many to list here, they include Highlight Recovery, Definition, Vibrancy, and Vignette image tools, a new UI, 50 new tutorials, and many more. To find out whats new, check out the new features page at apple. If you purchased recently (between Jan. 1, 2008 and Mar. 14, 2008), there is a small upgrade fee of $9.95, for everyone else, the price now stands at $199, thanks Apple!


Flash on iPhone is just around the corner

Gadget blog Gear Live is reporting today that Flash for the iPhone is just around the corner. This would be very big news and quite exciting. Their recent rumor track record has been very good accurately predicting the jiggly icons in the latest iPhone software update. Here is a snippet of what they are saying. Be sure to visit them for the full story.

Gear Live wrote:

Flash on iPhone is just around the corner

We’ve been waiting for Flash support to hit the iPhone ever since…well…it launched. We’ve had to make do without Flash for almost eight months, and YouTube even had to convert a bunch of their catalog to H.264 in order for the service to be enjoyed on the iPhone. Well, we’ve just got word from a reliable source that Flash support is on its way to the iPhone, and it should be coming very, very soon. Speculating a bit further on our own, we are guessing that it would be pretty convenient for Flash support to be introduced alongside the iPhone SDK, wouldn’t you say?


Mac OS X 10.5.2 Now Available

Apple has released the newest update for Leopard afternoon.  It weighs in at a large 180MB and includes quite a list of improvements!  It is available with the software update.

The 10.5.2 Update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Leopard and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac.For detailed information on this update, please visit this website:
For detailed information on security updates, please visit this website:

This update includes updates and improvements Airport, Back to My Mac, Dock, Desktop, iSync, RAW Image, Safari, Time Machine, and many more!