We’re back from Macworld | iWorld with oodles of coverage for your enjoyment. Adam provides an overview of what the show was like, Jeff Carlson focuses on iOS-related photo and video highlights, Glenn ponders the preponderance of booth babes, and we all contribute to a lengthy list of cool products we saw at the show. Also this week, Michael Cohen reports on Apple’s Q1 2012 financial results, which were surprisingly strong, even for Apple. Notable software releases this week include firmware updates for the Mac mini, MacBook, and 13-inch MacBook Pro; PDFpen and PDFpenPro 5.7; Fantastical 1.2; Yojimbo 3.0.3; and BusyCal 1.6.2.
Apple blew past analysts’ estimates once again to post record-breaking numbers, with revenues of $46.33 billion and profits of $13.06 billion.
Macworld | iWorld is over, and Adam provides his impression of the show, which boasted a nice mixture of exhibitors and a confident demeanor. But in the end, it’s all about having a chance to get together with others in person.
Macworld | iWorld this year had the greatest concentration of leggy ladies that any of us can recall. Booth babes are common in more male-dominated conferences, like CES and boat shows. Do they have a place at a Mac and iOS event? And should we have illustrated this article with a photo?
iPhoneography turned out to be a strong portion of this year’s Macworld | iWorld event, with several vendors showing off apps and hardware for creating or working with images on iOS devices.
One of the best parts of Macworld | iWorld was browsing through the 270-plus booths to find cool new products for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad. Read on for our picks.
Notable software releases this week include firmware updates for the Mac mini, MacBook, and 13-inch MacBook Pro; PDFpen and PDFpenPro 5.7; Fantastical 1.2; Yojimbo 3.0.3; and BusyCal 1.6.2.
While we were away at Macworld | iWorld last week, we managed to ferret out a few good articles for you to read, including a lengthy New York Times piece about Foxconn, a view of the future of video from Final Cut Pro expert Larry Jordan, and an insightful interview with Guy Kawasaki.