Mac News: What we’ve been reading
posted: June 5, 2012 by Andres Remis
With WWDC coming up next week, the Mac community is buzzing with rumors and news. As always, we’ve been following closely, and here are a few new pieces we found interesting over the past few weeks.
UK newspaper The Telegraph interviewed the newly knighted Jonathan Ive. The Apple designer shed some light on Apple’s design philosophy, noting that they often incoporate details because “we think it’s right.” He also notes that “what we’re working on now feels like the most important and the best work we’ve done” which is exciting news for fans of Mac innovation! Read the article here. (VIA TUAW)
Speaking of design, it was interesting today to see a protoype of the original ipad with dual-connectors surface (we saw it on macrumors)– something Apple removed “in favor of simplicity.” We think we prefer the simple look!
Like many businesses and operations, the TSA is noting the adaptability and usability of Apple products — TUAW notes that the TSA is looking to meet the public demand for more mobility, which is a demand Apple is very qualified to meet with its iOS devices. Read more here.
As the area’s source on all things Mac, we’ll be sure to keep you up to date on the exciting news filtering through in advance of the WWDC next week!