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The man's keeping the Apple TV down, and this case that man isn't Steve Jobs. Nothing can defeat the iPod touch, and the Macalope's not breaking a sweat over reports of the Mac's lost market share.
Trying to keep up with all the changes to Apple's iPod lineup? We outline what's new, what's improved, and what's missing while tackling all your questions about the latest iPods.
Every time there’s an Apple event, there’s fallout. Big, nasty, mutate-ants-into-monstrous-rampaging-creatures fallout. With Apple’s media shindig on Wednesday, there’s no shortage of rejoinders and responses from media executives, smartphone rivals, and even…a golf company?
If you missed the live stream of Apple's event where new iPods and an updated Apple TV were unveiled, you can catch up now.
Join Jason Snell, Chris Breen, Jon Seff, and Dan Frakes as they discuss the Apple Music Event for 2010, including new iPods and the all-new Apple TV.
A peek at the new iPod lineup, Apple TV, and upcoming iOS 4.1 and 4.2 features.
Redesigned iPods, a new Apple TV, and a major update to iTunes highlight the changes announced by Apple during Wednesday's fall music event.
Among the other goodies showcased at Wednesday’s special event, Apple unveiled its newest iPod touch, featuring Apple’s Retina display technology, A4 chip, and front and back cameras for FaceTime and video recording.
Apple didn't just roll out new products on Wednesday; it also touted a string of impressive statistics about its music, mobile, and retail efforts. Here are some of the highlights.
Apple on Wednesday announced new, redesigned versions of its iPod shuffle and iPod nano music players.
The Macworld team has live coverage of Apple's music event as it happens on Wednesday in San Francisco.
If you've got a Mac running Snow Leopard or an iOS device, you can watch video of Apple's September 1 music event on the company's Website.
Apple's event is imminent, and rumors continue to swirl, fly, and levitate over what exactly the company will release on Wednesday. Dan Moren corrals the options and parades them for your reading pleasure.
The days of skyrocketing sales growth may be over for the iPod, but the music player remains very much a part of Apple's plans heading into Wednesday's fall music event.
Apple on Wednesday announced that it would hold a special, invitation-only event on September 1 in San Francisco.