Posts by Jake Rosati

Saying Goodbye [VID]

After three years and one month, my time at Today’s iPhone has finally come to an end. I owe a huge thank you to everyone who watched and shared the videos I made and the articles I wrote, and to the whole Today’s iPhone team. To Cam, who I’ve known just about as long as I’ve been on the site, it’s been amazing working with you and I’m really going…

What OS X would look like with iOS 7 design

Apple’s radical new design in iOS 7 has been causing many to speculate what direction the company will take its software in the future. One group of talented designers, including Stu Crew, got together to envision exactly what a version of OS X would look like if Apple constructed the Mac software with the same design techniques it used when building…

Bob Mansfield leaves leadership team to focus on chips

Apple’s been doing a fair bit of corporate rearranging recently. The latest on that front is the news that Bob Mansfield, a familiar face to those of us who watch those white-backed, semi-overdone Apple product videos, has left the leadership team to work on “special projects.” More specifically, Mansfield will devote his time and energy to…

Apple Store app update to offer free iTunes downloads

According to numerous reports, Apple will release an updated version of its Apple Store application for the iPhone and iPod touch within the next week. Aside from the usual amount of bug fixes that come standard with app updates, the new Apple Store app will feature a redesigned interface, and a few cool new features including free downloadable iTunes…

Top 5 Stories This Week: iOS 7 beta 4 release date, iPhone 5S production confirmed, next iPad mini, and more!

This week’s top 5 stories are split pretty evenly between rumors regarding software and rumors regarding hardware. iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks make an appearance, but so do the next-gen iPad mini and the iPhone 5S. This part of the year is one of the only times such a split usually happens, and that’s because we’re stuck in a very in-between time right…

Apple acquires HopStop to help improve Maps app

HopStop! I’m sure you don’t need reminding of the fiasco surrounding Apple’s Maps app when it first launched months back. Since that time, the company has made it a public goal to improve the software. Personally I’ve never had any problems with the Maps app on my iPhone 5, but I won’t complain if Apple continues to make it as good as it can be. In that…