Don't-Miss Macs Stories
In a rare move of looking back, Apple's produced a timeline of 30 years of the Mac, complete with a look at the pioneers who've used the platform to, in the company’s words, "change the world."
Thirty years ago, Apple released the Macintosh 128K. Macworld U.K. took a look at the computer to see what it's like to use a vintage Mac.
Apple is known for paying as much attention to its product packaging as it does to the actual product itself. And it all started in 1984 with the Macintosh 128K.
Three decades ago, when the Mac was born, user groups were a crucial part of its success, giving the nascent Mac community a place to gather and learn. Thirty years later, we sit down with the still-active Berkeley Mac Users Group for some untold history.
What kind of boost can you get if you upgrade your old Mac Pro, instead of buying a new one? Macworld Lab ran a series of tests to find out.
When we test a Mac's performance, Macworld Lab uses its own in-house application-based benchmark tool. Lab director James Galbraith explains how Speedmark 9 works.
Everyone knows that Apple's new Mac Pro is smaller than the old one. But to really get just how small it is, you need to see it in person--or at least next to something familiar. Here are a dozen household objects that will give you some perspective.
Though the Mac Pro hasn’t even been available to the public for 24 hours, Apple has already released an update for the machine.
We've got a new Mac Pro in house and are testing it now. Here are a first few hands-on impressions with Apple's tiny high-end machine.
The 2013 Mac Pro is in the house. Here's a photo slideshow as we take the wraps off the new computer.
You won't be able to get your hands on Apple's high-end workstation for several weeks.
Even if you don't have the money to shell out for a real Mac Pro, you can still capture the spirit of Apple's cylindrical computer -- or, more precisely, its icon. Developer Jonathan Hirz created an easy-to-install free mod that replaces your Trash icon with a picture of the new Mac Pro.
Clear out some space on that credit card--you'll pay a pretty penny for a completely tricked-out Mac Pro.
The company is participating in the nationwide Computer Science Education Week, offering customers free hands-on programming workshops at its retail stores.
Not one to offer dramatic discounts on its products, Apple instead is offering gift cards to buyers of iPads, Macs, and iPods.