Apple soups up offerings

John Moe Jun 21, 2011

Time Capsule is a data storage device from Apple designed for people who need to store a whole lot of data. It had held 1 terabyte of data for $299 and 2 terabytes for $499. And now it can hold yet more. Apple quietly rolled out new versions of Time Capsule, offering 2TB for $299 and 3TB for $399. Yes yes, data data, blah blah but this illustrates something you should know and remember: we’re demanding more data storage and it’s getting cheaper.

Meanwhile, Apple also released Final Cut Pro X, the latest version of it’s professional video editing software.

From CNET:

Apple said the software “completely reinvents video editing with a Magnetic Timeline that lets you edit on a flexible, trackless canvas; Content Auto-Analysis that categorizes your content upon import by shot type, media and people; and background rendering that allows you to work without interruption.”

It’s available in the Mac App store.

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