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: WWDC 2012 Session Videos Posted for Developers Just as promised, and mostly due to the sheer number of developers who couldn’t get a ticket to WWDC […]
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Apple Seeds: WWDC 2012 Videos for Developers, New Build of OS X Lion, 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:

WWDC 2012 Session Videos Posted for Developers

Just as promised, and mostly due to the sheer number of developers who couldn’t get a ticket to WWDC before they sold out, Apple has posted all of their session videos from the conference, for free, for all Registered Apple Developer accounts. Seems only fair to me. [Read More]

Apple Pushes OS X 10.7.5 Build to Developers

Apple has issued the first build (Build 11G15) of OS X 10.7.5 to developers. Apple is asking developers to focus their attention in the areas of Graphics performance and quality, Image & Media importing, editing or viewing, and Networking reliability and performance. The delta version of this build is 937MB in size. There are no known issues in this build.

Retina MacBook Pro Running at Full 2880×1800

Hint: Everything is very tiny. That’s why Apple had to build HiDPI inroads into OS X Lion, all graphics and artwork throughout the system had to double, so it could be viewable at a reasonable distance. Apple has seemingly handled this problem very well. [Read More]

Liquidmetal and Apple Extend Licensing Deal Until 2014

Liquidmetal Technologies and Apple have had a standing licensing agreement, wherein Apple can use their technology for electronics use. We’ve yet to see any real products make their way to market, made from this material, but it seems that something is around the corner, considering the two companies just re-upped their agreement until 2014. [Read More]

Apple Retail Employees Receive Nice Hardware Discounts

In January it was announced that Apple Retail staff would be granted hardware discounts, and that the program would take effect in June. As a retail employee you are granted $500 off on a Mac (except Mac mini), and $250 off of iPads. You can use this program once ever three years, and must have worked at an Apple Retail store for at least 90 days. This offer can also be used with the employee’s existing 25% discount on hardware. I’d be broke all the time if I worked at an Apple Retail Store. [Read More]

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