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With Steve Jobs taking another medical leave, Apple customers, investors, partners and employees are again left to wonder what implications this will have for the company.
Analysts say Apple sold nearly 2 million Mac desktops and laptops in the fourth 2010 quarter as PC giants like HP and Dell lost share. But Apple still dropped to the fifth spot in U.S. computer sales, due to strong sales to businesses by rival PC makers.
A retail giant enters the app market, Congress is no longer Windows-only territory, and mysterious parts point to an iPhone secret.
Mac users in the UK will pay more to buy an Apple product after the company raised its UK prices in line with the hike in VAT.
Monday could be the last day for UK customers to get the best deal on a host of Apple products with a VAT increase due to come into force on Tuesday.
Christie's auction house in London today sold an Apple-1 computer for $213,600 to an unidentified bidder.
Six Macworld editors and contributors talk about why they chose the Mac they use every day. Each person has their own unique set of daily tasks that may be similar to what you do.
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The New York Times gives its stamp of approval to e-books, Steve Jobs dials 'D' for 'developer,' and Nintendo trademarks a classic catchphrase.
An original Apple-1 goes on sale at the London auction house Christie's later this month. It's valued between £100,000 and £150,000.
Apple on Thursday released a Mac Pro firmware update to fix a pair of problems as well as an updated version of its Firmware Restoration CD.
Apple will stop bundling Adobes Flash with Mac OS X, the company confirmed Friday.
Apple is hosting a ‘Back to the Mac’ event in Cupertino on Wednesday, Oct. 20. The event kicks off at 10 a.m. Pacific next Wednesday, and Macworld will, as always, be providing live, blow-by-blow coverage of Apple’s latest announcements.
A new study by the Enterprise Desktop Alliance of over 450 IT admins across business and government departments suggests that 2011 could be the Year of the Enterprise Mac.
Apple handily beat Wall Street estimates for the fiscal fourth quarter, by reporting earnings of $4.64 per share on revenue of $20.34 billion for the three months ending in September.