Apple has announced the 667 MHz PowerBook Titanium G4. The updated PowerBook features a 550 or 667 MHz PowerPC G4 processor with Velocity Engine, 256K of on-chip level 2 cache, 100 MHz and 133MHz system bus respectively, ATI Mobility Radeon graphics accelerator with AGP 4X support and 16MB of DDR RAM, gigabit ethernet, and replaced its infamous yo-yo-style power adapter with a new square-shaped power designed to fit in the palm of your hand for both TiBook and iBook. The new iBook Dual USB lineup feature a fast 500 or 600 MHz PowerPC G3 processor, 256K on-chip cache, 100 MHz system bus and the ATI RAGE Mobility 128 graphics accelerator with 8MB of SDRAM and AGP 2X support.
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- GymKit Makes The Apple Watch 3 The Sm... — GymKit Makes The Apple Watch 3 The Smartest Fitness Tracker In The Gym | Coachhttp://www.coachmag.co.uk/fitness-trackers/7139/gymkit-makes-the-apple-watch-3-the-smartest-fitness-tracker-in-the-gym?_mout=1&utm_campaign=coach_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletterYou can now pair your watch with select cardio equipment with just one tap SaveSave [...]
- iMac Pro first look: Apple’s most pow... — iMac Pro first look | Macworldhttps://www.macworld.com/article/3242173/macs/imac-pro-first-look.html?idg_eid=412374c121fe539738655f52ae490f8f&email_SHA1_lc=f6d5fe2a378ea202f8af35117edcb06be2465c6d&cid=mw_nlt_mw_daily_html_2017-12-14&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Macworld%20Daily%202017-12-14&utm_term=mw_daily_htmlMade for video editing, 3D graphics, VR, and software development, Apple’s new pro Mac is an engineering feat. SaveSave [...]
- Buggy software could tarnish Apple’s ... — Buggy software could tarnish Apple’s sterling reputationhttps://www.cultofmac.com/517053/hey-apple-fix-your-crappy-software/Apple built its trillion-dollar reputation delivering beautiful hardware that turned tedious tasks into magical experiences. But a recent string of ridiculous bugs — and a seriously shocking security flaw — put Cupertino in a precarious position: If Apple doesn’t stop the screw-ups, it could permanently sully its good name. [...]
- Apple’s Jony Ive will return to his d... — Apple’s Jony Ive will return to his design management rolehttps://www.engadget.com/2017/12/08/apple-jony-ive-return-design-management/Apple’s chief design officer, Jony Ive, is picking his old management duties back up again, 9to5Mac reports. Back in 2015, Ive was upgraded to chief design officer from senior VP and day-to-day management was taken over by Alan Dye and Richard Howarth. Earlier today, 9to5Mac noted [...]