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Category: apple tutorials
Posted by: aozman
There's no disputing that iTunes boasts an excellent feature set right out of the installation package. However, if you really plan to stretch its powers to the max, you may want to think about downloading a few third-party applications. Download.com offers a number of iTunes add-ons that add functionality and convenience to this already-great jukebox for the Mac.

Here are a few you can check out.

31/07: Apple iPhone

Category: apple tutorials
Posted by: aozman
Apple iPhone Concept Video
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Rumours that Apple is making their own phone (dubbed by the pundits the "iPhone") are flying around the net, backed up by reports that they're showing prototypes around to their partners. These rumours are probably true -- for one simple reason -- the iPod.

With micro hard drives like the one in the iPod mini making their way into phones, Apple's fantastic product -- which has single-handedly turned the company into a darling on Wall Street -- will soon be as obsolete as a QWERTY keyboard in South Korea. Given the choice between carrying two devices or just one, consumers will choose one, and it won't be the iPod.

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Category: apple tutorials
Posted by: aozman
Who doesnít love Firefox? Iíll tell you who, Mac users. While Firefox has always been great on Windows and Linux, it seems that the Mac version of the browser has always lagged behind in terms of performance and visual appeal.

View How to Make Firefox for Mac More Mac-like
Category: apple tutorials
Posted by: aozman
Useful tutorial on How To Backup Your Mac Intelligently with screenshots.
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Category: apple tutorials
Posted by: aozman
The default interface for Mail signatures allows you to do rich text signatures using the fonts and colors palette. You can even drag an image into the compose signature window and it will be included in every email as an attachment. This is fine for most people, but attachments should be just that, an attachment of a file I am sending, not an image in my signature. So hereís an easy guide on how to do CSS signatures referencing images on an outside server and not as an attachment.

This tutorial covers Apple Mail in Mac OS X Tiger v.10.4
Category: apple tutorials
Posted by: aozman
The Apple CEO is well known for his electrifying presentations. Here are five tips to make your next talk just as mesmerizing -- or close