Apple will use its new app to teach how to code.

​ APPLE’S NEW APP WILL TEACH THE NEXT GENERATION HOW TO CODE  APPLE HE LOOKS LIKE a Minion, one of those yellow, cycloptic creatures from Despicable Me, except he’s brown and pear-shaped. And he wears what appears to be fanny pack. So, really, he looks more like a middle-aged, middle American Minion who spends too…

Apple calls for developers to star reality show 

​Apple calls for developers to star in reality show ‘Planet of the Apps’ Co-produced by tech-obsessed pop star Will.i.am, the show will follow app builders looking to make it big. screenshot-2016-07-13-11-13-53.png “Planet of the Apps” promises to be a “groundbreaking new series about apps and their creators”. “Planet of the Apps” Apple and Will.i.am have…

3 ways to make your Mac’s lock screen look better

Change up the look of your lock screen by adding a custom wallpaper, a message and new user icons. Apple’s standard lock-screen image with OS X El Capitan (and Yosemite before it) is a blurred version of your desktop wallpaper. If you have grown tired of this look, then you can add your own wallpaper….

10 facts about the Steve Woz Apple 1

1. Woz constructed the very first Apple-1 computer prototype based on the $175 Motorola 6800 CPU. When a team of former Motorola engineers released the $25 MOS 6502 CPU, Woz adapted his system around the cheaper chip to make the Apple-1 more affordable. 2. The processor ran at just 1.023 MHz. Its 4 KB of RAM was…

Today June 29, in the Apple – 1 history

facts about the Apple-1, the machine that made computing history On June 29, 1975, Steve “Woz” Wozniak tested the first prototype of the Apple computer, and history was made. This fully functioning Apple-1 was sold at auction by Christies in December 2014 for $356,000. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images On this day in 1975, Steve “Woz”…

The new Apple patent will stop your camera from working in concerts

If you’re the kind of person who takes lots of photos and videos at concerts, your days might be numbered. Apple has been granted a patent that would let the company to disable photo and video capturing in places where it’s frowned upon. The patent, filed back in 2011, describes the iPhone’s camera detecting an infrared…