VIDEO: iPhoto app for the new iPad 3 hands-on preview

"Don't ever let anyone tell you that you can't create on an iPad," said Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller at the new iPad press conference this evening. Take one look at the new iPhoto app and you'll know…

Brand new Apple TV gets 1080p update, stays at £99

(This is a guest post from our pal Becca Caddy over at ShinyShiny.tv) Although most people have been focusing on the news of the latest iPad device, Apple made a few other cool announcements at its big fancy event…

GALLERY: New iPad 3 hands-on pics

Apple have unveiled their latest tablet device, and rather than calling it the iPad 3 or iPad HD, they've opted to call it simply the "new iPad". Sporting a high-resolution Retina display, a quad-core A5X chip, 5MP iSight camera and…

HANDS-ON: New iPad 3 initial review

It's not the iPad 3. It's not the iPad HD. It's the "new iPad", a new Apple tablet device that the company are so confident marks a new step forward for the slate form factor as to do away with numeric naming conventions for the product line. As far as Apple is concerned, this is Year Zero for the iPad.

Apple launches iLife 08: updated digital lifestyle tools

apple_ilife_08.pngApple has updated its iLife software with what it claims is the most significant upgrade ever to their digital lifestyle applications.

New features include a revamped iPhoto which automatically groups photos in events, each containing a day’s worth of photos represented by a single picture, as well as offering new presentation and printing options.

iMovie has been completely ‘reinvented’ and now lets users import video from the latest AVCHD, HDV and DV cameras and digital cameras, as well as displaying a user’s entire movie collection, which can be viewed simply by skimming the mouse over the clip.