Once again the week is coming to an end and that means it’s time for a roundup of the past weeks news!
This Is What The Original iPhone 4 Prototype Looked Like Way Back In 2006 - The prototype images come from court filings in the Samsung vs Apple legal proceedings where Samsung plans to argue that Apple ripped off Sony’s design as inspiration for the iPhone
Google Wants You To Draw Search Words On An iPhone Instead Of Typing Them - The way it works is that instead of pulling up the Google homepage on your iPhone and typing in your search query, you just draw the words instead
Sprint iPhone sales hold steady, AT&T and Verizon decline - Sprint has announced that it sold 1.5 million iPhones in the last quarter. That means the company is holding fairly steady for iPhone sales, having sold about the same number in the previous quarter.
Office 2011: Mountain Lion-ready, says Microsoft - The Office for Mac team noted on its official blog that Office 2011 is Mountain Lion-ready and fully supported
New Google Earth 3D cities not as detailed as Apple iOS 6 Maps - A side-by-side comparison of Google’s newly-refreshed Google Earth for iOS appears to yield inferior results when compared to the beta version of Apple’s upcoming iOS 6 Maps app.
Mountain Lion easter egg references debut of original Apple Macintosh - Incomplete downloads in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion show a “Date Modified” of Jan. 24, 1984, a reference to the day when Apple’s very first Macintosh was unveiled by Steve Jobs.
Firmware update enables ‘Power Nap’ feature for Mid-2011 MacBook Airs - A firmware update pushed out by Apple on Wednesday enables the Power Nap in certain MacBook Air models that were promised the feature but found it missing when OS X Mountain Lion launched earlier in the day.
Apple updates iWork, Podcasts, iTunes U for iOS - As part of the rollout of its next-generation OS X 10.8, Apple on Wednesday updated a number of first-party iOS apps to take advantage of the tight iCloud integration offered by Mountain Lion.
Apple OS X Lion pulled as Mountain Lion rolls out - Apple on Wednesday pulled its last-generation OS X Lion from both the Mac App Store and brick-and-mortar Apple Stores amid the launch of OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion OS.