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Apple, of course, has been notoriously tight-lipped about what exactly it will entail, but there have been enough leaks, rumours, and rampant speculation to at least give us a hint of what lies ahead. Here are 21 things you need to know about Apple's next release.

When Adobe introduced its first Creative Suite, the company offered a new feature that got very little attention called Workspace. In the three major revisions since then, a few tweaks have been made to Workspace, but the feature still doesn’t get the love it truly deserves. Here's how you can use it to your benefit!

No extra software is necessary to create cool DMG files with background image, custom disc icon and placement of files - just like you see with pro software downloads.

If you're wondering how to create an animated favicon (those little icons in the address bar of your browser), this site has a very brief tutorial.

A small collection of Apple Mail stationery packs, free for download. Packs include 3 Easter-themed versions, among others.

Some helpful tips on photographing sunset scenery. My personal favorite is to simply "turn around."

This tip at Digital Photography School will show you how to easily convert an image into a duotone with the colors of your choosing in Photoshop

It seems 1024 screen resolutions are slowly starting to fade away and the monster monitors are starting to dominate.

What will the new "standard" become?

Another beautiful font from the makers of Diavlo font. Delicious is a full font family you can use in personal and commercial projects.

Here's a handy little app that gives you a wide (landscape) keyboard for typing emails on your iPhone.