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 Offers OS X Up to Date Program for Recently Purchased Macs Apple is now offering their traditional Up To Date Program for Lion, which allows […]
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Apple Seeds: OS X Lion Up to Date Program, Counterfeit Apple Stores, 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 Offers OS X Up to Date Program for Recently Purchased Macs

Apple is now offering their traditional Up To Date Program for Lion, which allows customers who recently purchased a Mac to get a free copy of the new OS. A qualifying Mac would be one that was purchased after June 6th, 2011 and requests must be sent in by August 19th, or 30 days after the purchase of your Mac, whichever is later. Qualifying customers will receive a redemption code for the Mac App Store. [Read More]

Counterfeit Apple Stores Pop Up in China

For a long time now, China has been a hotspot for counterfeit Apple goods. Now the counterfeiters have gone so far as to copy Apple’s retail stores. Yes you read that right, entire, counterfeit, retail stores. Remarkable. [Read More]

Xcode 4.1 Now Free for Lion Users

Just a few months back, Apple released Xcode on the Mac App Store as a $4.99 download for anyone that wanted it, not just registered developers. Now Apple is offering Xcode 4.1 for free for users running OS X Lion. So there’s that. [Read More]

Apple Forking Over $2.6 Billion for Their Share of Nortel Patents

Reports earlier this month claimed that Apple, along with other tech companies pooled their resources and purchased Nortel’s patent portfolio. Today, a report claims that Apple is shelling out a massive $2.6 billion for their share of the patents.[Read More]

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