Posted on 01 July 2015 by Katie
If you feel like having some fun and getting creative with your pictures, a must try is Shape Collage 2.1. It is a free collage maker that arranges your photos in all kinds of shapes in a matter of minutes. To achieve this, it uses a machine learning algorithm that impressively makes your pictures into well, um another picture.
Posted on 28 June 2015 by Couchy
Like this MacBook only $949.00.
Refurbished MacBook 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo – Aluminum
13.3-inch 1280-by-800 pixel LED-backlit display
160GB hard drive
8x SuperDrive (DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW)
Built-in iSight camera
Remember all refurbished Apple products are fully tested and include a 1 year warranty, spiffy!
Certified Refurbished Apple Range
Posted on 26 June 2015 by Couchy
This is just a test post for the new CDN we are enabling here at Apple Scene. In short what this means for the readers is the blog will load much faster, especially static files like images. :>.
Update: Check out how much faster we just got at Pingdom.
Posted on 23 June 2015 by Couchy
Posted on 22 June 2015 by Katie
Apple has recently released EFI firmware updates for their June 2009 MacBook Pro and early 2009 iMacs, in order to rectify a mistake.
How many of you have found that your SATA drive interface has been running at 1.5Gbps instead of 3Gbps?
Posted on 20 June 2015 by Katie
I have recently started using iTunes U and believe its the coolest way to learn. It allows you to access up to 150,000 educational resources made available by various institutions like MIT, Stanford, Duke, and many more. iTunes U is now available to download directly to your iPod touch and iPhone.
How many of you have been using it and what do you think of it?
Posted on 19 June 2015 by Couchy
Posted on 17 June 2015 by Couchy
I recently had to burn a 704MB .avi (divX) file to a 700MB CD through my MacBook. I was pleased to find that although the default OSX Mac burner won’t overburn you can easily do this through a few terminal commands to bypass the overburn block.
1. Firstly create a directory with a short name (will be easier to type into terminal) that only contains the file you wish to burn, remove .nfo files (if a torrent file) or previews/covers leaving just the main .avi file. I called mine “movie”.
2. Open terminal (click finder and type it in if you haven’t used it before).
3. Browse to the directory above movies, enter “cd /user/downloads” where the directory containing the files you are burning is /user/downloads/movie (cd simply stands for change directory). Terminal will then display that you are in that directory. If you get stuck here because you haven’t used terminal before comment below and I will help you out.
4. Create an iso of the movies folder, in terminal enter “hdiutil makehybrid -o isofilename movie/” and your .iso will be created from the files in the folder movie. The progress will be displayed in terminal (doesn’t take long).
5. Enter your cd or DVD into the drive and burn using “hdiutil burn isofilename.iso” (while still in the same directory, which you will be if you follow the steps above). You will not be given the option of what speed to burn the disc at (in most cases this fastest setting is fine), status will again be displayed in terminal while burning and verifying the disc.
6. Once burned you can delete isofilename.iso if you don’t plan on making any more copies.
Posted on 13 June 2015 by Couchy
All you have to do to be in the running to win a MacBook Pro is include #moonfruit in your tweets.
Follow moontweet to find out who the 10 lucky daily winners are. View the original blog post.
Competition is fierce though in the last 5 minutes I count 100′s of entries!
Posted on 05 June 2015 by jake
Check out these cool and artistic Snow Leopard Wallpapers. They ship standard with OSX 10.6 but you can download them all from a link over at Creative Bits.