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Macworld Lab tested the two standard configurations of the new 27-inch iMac.
Tim Cook and Phil Schiller are doing the full court press in China, the 27-inch iMac is still pressed for supply, and the late Steve Jobs was ready to press HP to give a former CEO his job back.
Apple's entry-level desktop now offers the company's new Fusion Drive as a build-to-order option.
Tablets that perform like high-end PCs. TVs with gesture control. Big sensors in small cameras. The hardware of tomorrow will blow your mind.
The Mac had a big year in 2012, with several major product revamps, a new operating system, and record sales. Dan Moren runs the highlight reel.
If you didn't already order your new 27-inch iMac, don't expect to meet it until 2013.
Benchmark results of the new iMacs with build-to-order options, including the new Fusion Drive.
The 21-inch iMac is torn down, Apple exercises its power over cell carriers, and Intel and Apple may be playing a bit of the old give-and-take.
The coming years will bring faster connections to peripherals, as well as around the house or office.
Take a look at Apple's new all-in-one computer.
Intel will be shipping a new generation of CPUs, based on a new architecture, soon. Question is: Will Apple use those chips in its next generation of Macs?
Apple promised that the new, thinner iMacs would start shipping in November. And it will meet that deadline--barely.
Black Friday is coming at the end of the week, and Apple suggests that it will once again offer some discounts to its customers.
What few realize about the birth of Apple's translucent industrial design is that it didn't start with the iMac. Apple didn't invent translucent enclosures, but they made it cool.
Thieves rip off iPad minis, new iMacs may not be holding together, and iOS 6 is going hog-wild downloading podcasts.