Well luckily the rumor of Apple canceling the Magic Mouse is not correct and Apple is just changing the magic mouse to have a new part number and have better access to Lions multitasking gestures. So all you people including me that love having a mouse can rest easy knowing that it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
[VIA CultOfMac ]
Well I hope you all like trackpads because CultOfMac got news that Apple might be discontinuing the Magic Mouse for the new gesture friendly Magic Trackpad.
We’ve gotten word from a previously reliable source that Apple is discontinuing the Magic Mouse in favor of the Magic Trackpad. Our retail source has informed us that Magic Mouse inventory is not being replenished for Apple stores, and that Apple is finally phasing out the Magic Mouse.
This is very hard to believe because not everyone wants a trackpad. I would rather have a mouse than a trackpad for my desktop. This could be that they are going to have a different mouse all together that brings more gestures to the mac which Apple would probably do than just have the trackpad be the future. So basically what I think will happen is that the magic mouse is going to get an upgrade for the new gestures in lion.
Apple has made Xcode 4.1 free in the Mac App Store and on the Official Developer site. Xcode has been free with Mac OS X for many years now and Apple mysteriously made it $5.00 for all the non-develpers and now it is back to being free which doesn’t affect developers at all but for everyone else this is a great way to make your Lion apps! Go get Xcode from the Mac App Store or the Developer Connection.
If you are planning to migrate from a Mac using Snow Leopard to a Mac using Lion you will need to get this update. Here are the release notes.
This update addresses an issue with the Migration Assistant application in Mac OS X Snow Leopard that prevents transfer of your personal data, settings, and compatible applications running Mac OS X show Leopard to a new mac running Mac OS X Lion.
This doesn’t matter if you are just going to be installing Lion on a new Mac though. It is only important if you are going to be transfering information from a Snow Leopard computer to a Lion computer. Seems we are getting ready for launch.
It seems our little friends at macrumors got to see something that apple maybe didn’t want them to as the image above can no longer be found anywhere at apple.com. The image does have LION on the screen which means the display could end up along the new rumored macbook air, and regular macbook with the release of Lion the 26th.
The image above shows a Thunderbolt MacBook pro powering 2 of the thunderbolt displays. Only the MacBook Pros and iMacs would be able to support dual screens but by the time it launches the MacBook Air, Macbook, Mac Pro, and mac Mini will be able to support dual screens.