The Aussies told us not to use Apple maps, and Google finally brought its Maps back to iOS. Microsoft and Apple appear to be arguing over subscription revenue ahead of Office 365 on iOS. Samsung has an Apple fanboy on their executive board. The iPad mini may get a Retina display next year as a reward for outselling the fourth-generation iPad. For some people, the news stopped there, but we had lots of great coverage.
Here are some highlights from this week:
- Twitter Gives Instagram The Finger, Adds Photo Filters To Mobile Apps
- Instagram Releases New Filter In Update
- Forbes Tries To Connect Invisible Dots Again, This Time It’s The Mac Pro
- Microsoft Accidentally Leaks Its Plans For An iOS Version Of Office
- Nerdery: Here’s What A Rack Of 160 Mac Minis Looks Like
- Holiday Apps Appear On Apple TV, A Sign Of What’s Coming?
- Australian Police Warn People Against Relying On Apple Maps After Motorists Get Stranded
- Apple And Microsoft Arguing Over Office, Not SkyDrive
- Apple Adds Driving Directions To Find My iPhone
- Carcassonne For iOS About To Get Even More Awesomer
- Adobe Adds Support For Retina Display To Photoshop And Illustrator CS6
- Google Maps For iOS To Launch Tonight
- Flickr Gets In On The Fun, Adds Filters To Its iOS App
- Apple Trademarks Iconic Mac Boot Chime
- Video: Blind Film Critic Uses Instagram Like The Rest Of Us
- Apple, Samsung, RIM, Nokia Petition Congress For More Bandwidth
- App Gifting Finally Brought Back To iOS, Adds Gift Scheduling
- Apple Refreshes System Status Page, Adds More Details
- What Google Maps For iOS Tells Us About The Battle For Google’s Future
- Game Of GPU Hot Potato Continues, AMD Heading Back To The Mac?
- Samsung Exec Admits To Having An Affair With Apple Gear At Home
- Before You Know It, Apple Could Analyze Your Photos And Tell You What’s What
- Rumor: Next iPad Mini To Have Retina Display?
- Apple Found Not Guilty Of Infringing On Alcatel-Lucent Video Patents
- Apps of the Week 12/14/2012: Flickr, Strum, KeyRemap4Macbook, Twitter, Middle Manager of Justice
- iPad Mini Outselling iPad 4, Expected To Ship 50 Million Units in 2013
- Dropbox 2.0 Brings All New Design