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Apple posts FAQ regarding MacBook Pro Retina display

Apple has released a FAQ that covers the new Retina MacBook Pro. This list of questions adds to the information that is found on the notebook's product page and focuses on issues that arise when you start using the machine. You can learn how to adjust the resolution of your Retina display and...

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iPhone 4S Announcement FAQ

We've all had a number of lingering questions after today's event. Here's a quick summary of some of the more frequently asked questions we keep getting on our tip line. Will Siri be available on the iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4? As far as we can tell, Siri is an iPhone 4S exclusive feature. Will...

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Apple posts Final Cut Pro X FAQ

In what seems to be an attempt to address the widespread controversy over the recent release of Final Cut Pro X, Apple has posted a FAQ on its site to address some of the concerns that have been raised thus far. Designed to answer the biggest questions that professional editors have raised over...

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New iCloud FAQ: Yes, there will be webmail

Since iCloud was announced by Apple on June 6, the TUAW inbox has been filled to capacity with questions about the many features of Apple's cloud computing platform of the future. Unfortunately, we have been just as much in the fog as you have about what features are moving from MobileMe to...

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Unlocked iPhone FAQ, including AT&T plan info (updated)

Updated with information about AT&T plans. As we posted earlier, Apple is selling an unlocked version of the iPhone in the US starting at US$649. To help clarify questions about this development, we've put together this little FAQ. We'll explain what the unlocked iPhone means to you as a...

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T-Mobile says no iPhone

T-Mobile posted a quick FAQ on its website regarding the recently announced merger with AT&T. The biggest question for Apple fans on T-Mobile is whether the AT&T iPhone will be available to current T-Mobile customers. Unfortunately, the answer is a resounding "No." Under the acquisition...

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Candid answers from AT&T on the new iPhone data plans

After AT&T announced this morning that it was backing away from its well-priced iPad data plans, many of our readers had questions about how this change would work, and how it would affect them both as Apple-specific customers and as AT&T customers in general. As we posted earlier today,...

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Answers for the 'rents about the iPad

So my folks were here this weekend, and as you'd expect my Dad is really curious about the upcoming iPad, or as he likes to put it "his new 3G iPad". I convinced him that he should wait for April so he could get the new postpaid-data-ready iPad, which he could use anywhere, not just with WiFi...

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iLounge Pavilion to host iPod, iPhone devs at CES 2010

The sharks are swimming the waters around Macworld Expo. They must smell blood: first we hear that Apple may be headed to CES, and now iLounge has announced that they're sponsoring a "pavilion" at next year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. I've never been, but you have to think that there...

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iPhone 101: Eight 3G iPhone Plan Pricing Details You Need to Know

Thinking about signing up for iPhone 3G service? Here are some pricing details you'll want to know about. 1. You have to pay $18 or $36. A one time $36 activation fee still applies to 3G plans, the way it did for the first generation iPhone. If you're a current AT&T subscriber, this fee is only...

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Talkiphone posts iPhone FAQ

TalkiPhone has posted their 101-question-long iPhone FAQ. The FAQ, which runs the gamut from "Are AT&T stores really going to open at 6PM on June 29th" to "Will the iPhone support Adobe PDF documents?" collects information from around the Internet and combines it into a single easy-to-search...

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Complete-my-Album FAQ

No Virginia, free iTunes Singles-of-the-Week and Discover-Downloads will not make it cheaper to purchase entire albums. And you only have a limited time, about six months, to complete each album after you purchase any track. These, and other fun Complete-my-Album FAQs, can be found at Apple's new...

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iPod Game FAQ

Apple recently posted an iPod Game FAQ to answer all your frequently asked (and not so frequently asked) questions about the iPod and its games. As you probably already knew, you need a 5G iPod or later to take advantage of the $4.99 games. You cannot, however, output the video to your TV as you...

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Apple posts Vista FAQ

Apple support just posted a general Frequently Asked Questions list for Microsoft Vista at its site. Vista, which just launched, will be generally available for purchase in January. At this time, iTunes, QuickTime, Software Update and the iPod shuffle reset utility are all unsupported under...

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Apple adds Nike+ section to iPod Support site

Apple must have heard our jab at their one-line Nike+ Sport Kit support document yesterday and decided to whip up a full-blown Nike+ support section of their much-loved iPod Support site. Delusions of grandeur aside, the support section offers the typical troubleshooting and 'How do I...' sections,...

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