Get a free copy of Mac OS X Server for evaluation

Jan 22, 2010 - 2 Comments

Mac OS X Server is infinitely better equipped, more stable, and just generally more pleasant than any of Windows offerings (yes I am biased, but it’s true), if you’re needing a server I highly recommend checking out Apple’s offering. Instead of shelling out the $499 for a copy though, you can get a free evaluation … Read More

If was in 1983

Dec 17, 2009 - 2 Comments

Ever wonder what would look like in 1983? It would be promoting the Apple Lisa which ran at a blazing 5mhz, had 1mb of RAM, and cost $9,995 (which is $21,335 in inflation adjusted dollars!). Designer Dave Lawrence designed the mockup and it’s a good laugh, he’s also a huge fan of the Apple … Read More

Get 20 Free Christmas songs from Apple iTunes!

Dec 15, 2009 - 3 Comments

It’s that time of year again, the holiday season is upon us! What better way to celebrate than to download a hoard of free Christmas songs from Apple, courtesy of iTunes? From Barry Manilow to Amy Grant to Weezer to Aretha Franklin, this is quite a diverse set of holiday songs that are sure to … Read More

Holiday shopping just got easier, Reserve & Pick Up Service from Apple

Dec 1, 2009 - 1 Comment

I’m a procrastinator with holiday shopping, and anything I can do online makes my life easier. Unfortunately when waiting until the last minute, you often lose out on having things shipped in time, but thankfully Apple has a new service that will help this situation. Between December 15 and December 24, you can order products … Read More

XSS Exploit found on Apple iTunes site… again

Nov 18, 2009 - 2 Comments

Update: Apple has fixed the exploit, the below link is preserved for posterity but no longer works to display anything abnormal. A few weeks ago, there was an active XSS Exploit on with their iTunes site. Well, a tipster sent us the exact same cross site scripting exploit found again on the Apple iTunes … Read More

Want to work at the NYC Apple Store? It’s easier to get accepted into Harvard University

Nov 14, 2009 - 3 Comments

Apple’s newest snazzy NYC store got 10,000 job applications and just over 200 were hired, making a 2% acceptance rate. BusinessInsider points out this is lower than the 7% acceptance rate at Harvard University. I imagine the economic situation contributes to the slew of resumes, but even still, those are some pretty remarkable statistics. Source: … Read More

Fortune Magazine names Steve Jobs CEO of the Decade

Nov 6, 2009 - 2 Comments

Fortune Magazine has named Steve Jobs the CEO of the decade, and it’s a pretty fitting title really, the guy is a powerhouse. Nearly 10 years ago Apple was struggling to find their place in the technology world, there were rumors of collapse and impending bankruptcy or buyouts, the first release of Mac OS X … Read More

Interview with the guy who named the iMac

Nov 5, 2009 - 1 Comment

Anyone fascinated by the mystique of Apple should check out the interview with a man you’ve probably never heard of, Ken Segall. His claim to fame? He named the iMac, and was in charge of that whole ‘Think Different’ campaign. With how ubiquitous the iBranding has become, I find it really interesting that Steve … Read More XSS Exploit found on iTunes site

Nov 3, 2009 - 8 Comments

Update: Apple has fixed the exploit! I imagine this will get fixed relatively quickly, but you can do some funny (and potentially scary) things with’s iTunes Affiliate sites just by modifying the URL parameters. The modified URL is formed as follows: Click here for the version of the XSS exploit on … Read More

Want a Free Mac Mini? It Pays for Itself in 2 Years with Energy Savings

Oct 27, 2009 - 2 Comments

Did you read that correctly? Your purchase of a Mac Mini becomes free after 2 years due to it’s energy efficiency. Yea, it sounds ridiculous I know, I didn’t believe it either, but recent Mini owner CJ Gill compared his months of electricity bills with a Mac Mini to the months before one when he … Read More

iPhone is the fastest growing consumer electronic product in history. Wow.

Oct 21, 2009 - 3 Comments

Yes you read the right. The iPhone is the fastest growing consumer electronic product in history. TechCrunch states: Its adoption ramp is even steeper than videogame consoles including the Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, and Sony PSP. The original iPod and Blackberry aren’t even in the same league. If you’re in the US and have AT&T … Read More

Apple now has 9.4% Market Share in USA, unofficially at 4% worldwide

Oct 14, 2009 - Leave a Comment

Apple Computer now has a 9.4% Market Share in the USA, putting it in 4th place behind HP, Dell, and Acer and above Toshiba. 9.4% is pretty remarkable considering just earlier in the year Apple was in 5th place with a 7.6% market share, and this is in the worst economic climate the USA has … Read More

Subscribe to OSXDaily

Subscribe to RSS Subscribe to Twitter Feed Follow on Facebook Subscribe to eMail Updates

Tips & Tricks


iPhone / iPad