07 December 2011
Posted in Apple
The Ivy Bridge refresh of same Intel processors used in most Apple hardware today is due around the same time next year as the iPad 3, and that might even bring triple display support for those machines currently unable to perform the feat. With the exception of more recent Thunderbolt-enabled models, using three displays on any Mac has traditionally been something that wasn't typically done, at least not without the use of third party adapters and accessories.
The excellent mail client for Mac, Sparrow, has been updated to version 1.5. The new release brings support for a feature called Dropbox sync, where users can sync attachments right into their Dropbox folder, along with remote image blocking and Gmail-like search filters, according to The Next Web.
Detailed plans of the proposed Apple campus in Cupertino have been released, and there are some very revealing pieces of information. The roof of the structure will be almost entirely solar panels, there are two basement parking levels below, and there are a number of satellite buildings built for various purposes.
9 to 5 Mac show off a Chinese version of the MacBook Air that resembles the MacBook Air in almost every way possible. The only flaw is that the AirBook runs Windows, has mediocre battery life, and isn't anywhere near the build quality of a real MacBook Air.