Xserve’s now have a new software firmware version 1.1 for Lights-Out Management. The software update is only available for Intel-based Xserves. It will update the firmware to software version 1.2.8. There are a few points for readers wondering what the update is about.
Macintosh And PC Tech Blog Posts For November, 2007
The 3G Apple iPhone cell phone was due sooner or later. After Apple removed the 4GB iPhone model and drastically reduced the price, people have been wondering how soon it would be before the new version would be released. AT&T’s CEO Randall Stephenson said, “You’ll have it next year.” Well, at least someone is giving us a hint at when it might be available to the masses.
France Telecom’s Orange wireless has announced that the EDGE enabled iPhone cell phone will go on sale this evening at 6:30pm 18.30 for European readers. They will be sold at more than a dozen of its stores around France.
Steve Jobs as most powerful businessperson is something that is subject yes, but also quite profound when Fortune Magazine picks him as their number one. In a business world where a magazine focused on fortune can pick from the richest people in any industry, Steve Jobs makes the grade for a number of reasons.
Websites around the Internet are claiming that Apple has started seeding an early development version of the iPhone SDK or software development kit. This is important news as MacWorld is less two months away. Apple will want to show off the iPhone as an easy to program platform. Gaining ground over the Symbian platform used by popular Nokia cell phones and others is what Apple is hoping to do.
The early software development kit that is supposedly being seeded is described as “rough versions”. These are the tools that assist developers to program native software applications for the iPhone and iPod touch. Sources who have seen the development software says that it “somewhat resembles Google’s OpenSocial in that it mediates between the programmer and the iPhone operating system.”
Greg Joswiak’s job may be one of the most influential inside Apple aside from Steve Jobs when it comes to the iPhone and iPod. Specifically, Mr. Joswiak’s job description is Vice President of Hardware Product Marketing. This gives Mr. Joswiak the final call as to what Apple fans and investors alike see in what’s to come with some of Apple’s most popular mobile electronics devices. He’s in charge of marketing the iPhone and the iPod to the world.