Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news: Apple To Sell OS X Lion on USB Thumb Drives Next Month In Apple’s OS X Lion press release, the company announced that OS X Lion, […]
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Apple Seeds: Lion to Ship on Thumb Drives in August for $69, Releases Safari 5.1 for Snow Leopard and Windows, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

Apple To Sell OS X Lion on USB Thumb Drives Next Month

In Apple’s OS X Lion press release, the company announced that OS X Lion, which is available for download on the Mac App Store, will be available for purchase on USB thumb drives for $69. [Read More]

Apple Releases Safari 5.1 for Snow Leopard and Windows.

Safari 5.1 is included in OS X Lion, but is now available for Snow Leopard and Windows. It’s a major new release, despite the .1 moniker. The release brings Reading List, a new process architecture, resume, and a slew of other new features. [Read More]

Apple Releases iTunes 10.4 for Lion

Apple has released iTunes 10.4 for Lion, which finally brings 64-bit cocoa support to the application. This release also brings stability and other fixes. iTunes will remain 32-bit for Snow Leopard.[Read More]

White MacBooks Not Totally Going Away Yet, Education Institutions Can Still Purchase Them

Apple has discontinued the MacBook for public resale. However, Apple reportedly will continue to sell the MacBook to education institutions. It’s not clear how long Apple will continue to do this, likely until existing supplies run out. [Read More]

Apple Updates iWork Suite for Compatibility with OS X

Apple has updated their iWork suite to take advantage of the new features in Lion, such as full screen, resume, and Auto Save. [Read More]

Apple Removes More Boxed Software in Favor of Mac App Store
Apple has canned the boxed version of Snow Leopard, Snow Leopard Server, iLife, iWork, Aperture, Remote Desktop Xsan, GarageBand Jam Packs, and the Mac Box Set. Of course, other than Snow Leopard, which is now discontinued, Apple is obviously ditching the boxed version of the software in favor of digital distribution via the Mac App Store. [Read More]

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