Top 5 back to Apple Mac announcements
Top 5 back to Mac announcements
22/10/ 2010 – By: Ian Paul
For the last 15 months Apple has focused largely on developing its iOS devices such as the iPhone 4 and iPad.
But now Apple is coming back to the Mac with some new ideas for its personal computers.
Apple came roaring back to the Mac on Wednesday by announcing Lion (the next iteration of Mac OS X), two new MacBook Air laptops, FaceTime for Mac, new iLife software and a Mac App Store.
Wednesday’s announcement comes after nearly 15 months of neglect for Apple’s traditional computer business. During its Mac hiatus the company has focused largely on developing iOS devices such as the iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone 4 and the new Apple TV.
But now iOS time is over, at least for now, and Apple is coming back to the Mac with some new ideas for its personal computers. Here’s a look at the top 5 announcement from Apple’s Back to the Mac event.
It’s on the iPhone and the iPod Touch, and now it’s coming to the Mac. A beta version of FaceTime for Mac, Apple’s new video conferencing application, is available for all Mac OS X 10.6.4 users immediately. You can download FaceTime for Mac from Apple’s site.