Weekly Wrap: iPad 3? Apple TV? These and more fill us with glee!

It was a lively week in the world of Apple, highlighted by an announcement about a special event next week at which the company just might announce a new version of iWeb. Or something like that. Here are some of the highlights, with a special nod to Dr. Seuss, who would have turned 108 on March 2.

Apple Event: Oh, The Places Next Month's Rent Might Go

Apple announced an event—O.M.G!
Might we see the debut of the new iPad 3?
We made some predictions—a Retina display?
And wondered what else might get shown off that day:
A new Apple TV would delight us all greatly,
Especially if it could handle 1080.
Getting excited? Turned up to eleven?
Then follow the live blog, right here, on March 7!

The Haps With These Apps

We like Wigglehop for determining showtimes,
And Photoshop Touch lets you axe moles in no time.
Dead Space is a game that may give you a scare;
Camera Awesome gives photos more flair.
MLB at Bat’s here for the baseball crazy,
While Filmic might help out a budding Scorcese.

On the Mac

If you want to get Creative, should you choose the Suite or Cloud?
If you want more Desktop spaces, well, is that even allowed?
If you have an ebook on your Mac and want to take a look, you’ll
Likely want to read over our new review of Bookle.
We can help you clean your desktop if the clutter makes you weary.
And your Mac can listen to you (though it’s not as good as Siri).
If you want to mail a group, then we can show you how to do so.
Byword’s good but primitive—like Robinson Caruso.

Here’s a guide to ripping sound from a file that’s a movie,
And here are some ways the iTunes Store could be much more groovy.
Sandboxing is coming soon; if you’d like to study fast,
We spoke with some developers and offer this podcast.
Attention AppleScripters: You should feel less hesitation,
Since we wrote a guide on how the sandbox changes automation.

Conclusion

And now, the Weekly Wrap is done.
But next week comes another one.
If this week’s felt like a bad time,
We promise: Next week’s will not rhyme.

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