Apple may be ready to switch to a single, unified operating system that powers all of its computing products if Jeffries analyst Peter Misek is to be believed. To be released next year, the A6 system-in-a-chip with a new quad-core processor may apparently be powerful enough for mobile tasks along
iTunes has been listing a completely new device with a placeholder name under “requirements” for some apps in the App Store. Where iTunes lists which devices an app is compatible with, a few apps have been appearing as being compatible with “iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and ix.Mac.MarketingName.” Since only iTunes
Late last night I noticed that quite a few applications with similar features had appeared on the App Store. These applications ("Wide Email", "Sideways", "TouchType", and "Compose") all do the same thing—allow landscape email composition. And while this is a feature that quite a few users would like, these apps didn't sound interesting enough to mention here. However, Arn Kim seems to think that this could indicate that Apple has reconsidered some of its App Store rejection policies and I think he may be right.