There was plenty of news this week about Steve Jobs and at least one of those makes the grade in case you missed it, but just like Apple isn’t one man, our coverage of all things Apple takes other things into account as well. So here’s some of our most popular stories from the week, just in case ya missed it.
– How To Completely Customize Your Mac – It’s not that what comes out of the box isn’t killer design and beautiful graphics, it’s just that sometimes you want your own spin on things. Of course you do, we do too. So we’ve got a few tips that’ll make things easier on you when you want to go full on customization.
– Don’t Go, Steve! Our 10 Favorite Steve Jobs Moments – While it’s not completely sayonara to Mr. Jobs, it is unlikely that we’re going to get the same kind of iconic moments we’ve come to expect. So we look back at 10 of our favorite Steve Jobs moments in this pictorial trip down memory lane.
– Fantastical Calendar Utility Review – iCal is all right, as far as calendar apps go, but maybe you want/need something with extra oomph and power, maybe you want something that makes things easier. Or maybe you just want something that uses plain English to make calendar events for you. Well, this one’s got that covered.
– App Showdown: Flipping News – As mobile devices take over from desktop, the space for news delivery gets hotter and hotter and new means of reading are exploding everywhere. But who wants just another boring old list like your RSS feeds? Not us, that’s for sure. So we kicked the tires on a couple of “news magazine” creation apps. Who won the race?
– 6 Tips and Tricks for Using AirDrop – One of Lion’s cool new features is AirDrop, the service that lets you do computer-to-computer file transfers without cables or third party involvement. Ah, but you know what? That’s just its marquee features. There’s a few things under the surface we thought you’d like to know about.
– How To Delete Gmail Messages in iOS – It seems like when we swipe across our messages in Gmail in the Mail app, we just get Archive all the time. How the heck can we just delete messages for once? Never fear, we gotcha covered.