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The white MacBook was still alive, but now it's dead for sure; the Air Force wants a little or a lot of iPads; and one of Steve Jobs's associates told the FBI that he was deceptive and manipulative, but that he would whole heartedly recommend him.
Apple sold 267,000 Macs in the UK in the final quarter of 2011, increasing its share of the PC market in that country to 9.1 percent.
On Tuesday, Apple released three EFI firmware updates that enable Lion Internet Recovery on some 2010 iMac, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro models.
The firmware updates for the mid-2010 models of the MacBook and Mac mini enable Lion Recovery from an Internet connection.
Security firm Intego said that 2011 was the most active year for malware since the release of Mac OS X.
Apple became the biggest buyer of semiconductors last year, ahead of Samsung Electronics and Hewlett-Packard, Gartner said on Tuesday.
Hewlett-Packard will pay $425,000 to settle a claim that it knowingly sold laptops with hazardous batteries that could overheat or catch fire, the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission says.
One textbook CEO pins all the glory on Steve Jobs, Samsung pins its hopes on an anti-iPhone ad, and one attorney pins the blame for a stolen computer on Apple itself.
New Mac-based security threats jumped in 2011, but still remain far below that of Windows PCs, according to a posting by F-Secure Labs.
Apple was the only top-five computer maker to post shipment gains in the U.S. during the final quarter of 2011, according to separate estimates from a pair of research firms.
Apple has agreed to pay out $5 million as part of a settlement to Taiwan-based Elan Microelectronics, an agreement which will also give the two companies the ability to use each other's patents.
This year's version of the world's largest gadget expo will likely lack marquee products from the major players, but the show will still set the stage for the year in electronics.
These 20 stories -- covering everything from iCloud to Lion -- were the most-read articles on Macworld.com during the past 12 months.
It was a year of highs and more highs for Apple's finances. To wrap up 2011, we take a look at the highlights of Apple's financial performance, from record Mac sales to retail efforts overseas.
As we prepare to enter a new year, let’s take a look back at the previous 12 months from a Mac perspective.