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At Tuesday's press event, the company introduced a redesigned iMac that Apple senior vice president Phil Schiller called "the most beautiful Mac we have ever made."
Apple early Tuesday revealed that it will stream the day's "little more to show" event live to Apple TV customers and on its website.
A smaller version of the iPad is expected to be announced at Tuesday's Apple press event. But could Apple also be planning an update to any of its Mac hardware and software? Philip Michaels weighs the possibilities.
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Apple picking up talent on the cheap? Color me surprised. Elsewhere, the company legally has to admit that Samsung's tablets just aren't cool enough for school and those new desktop Macs might be almost the same as those old desktop Macs.
Rumors abound of Apple updating every single product line at next week's media event, even as the company apparently winds down its relationship with Samsung. Elsewhere, the iPod nano is dissected ... for science!
If you have a 1TB iMac with a built-in Seagate drive, it may be eligible for replacement by Apple.
Electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group said on Tuesday that students as young as 14, below the legal working age, were found employed at a company factory in China that has been said to make products for Japanese gaming firm Nintendo.
iPod touch benchmarks are nothing to sneeze at, nobody coughs up enough money for a vintage Apple computer, and Taiwan and Apple hit a hiccup over map imagery.
Apple late Monday announced that will hold its next quarterly earnings call on October 25.
China's Foxconn manufacturing sites are expanding based on cheap labor, while Japan's older, traditional Sharp plants hang on through cost-cutting measures.
The Thunderbolt interconnect technology could take a while to reach smartphones and tablets because of power consumption issues that need to be resolved, according to Intel executives.
Apple has now sold more than 400 million iOS devices, Apple CEO Tim Cook said Tuesday at the company’s media event. And that was just one in a series of numbers he offered to demonstrate Apple’s ongoing success.