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Pixelmator on Thursday joined the growing list of Retina-ready apps to take advantage of the high-resolution screen on the new MacBook Pro.
Apple continues to narrow the gap between supply and demand for its high-priced, high-resolution Retina MacBook Pro.
Apple may be doing a little bit of shopping, a California Apple Store is having a little bit of work done, and Macs helped just a little bit with the latest Mars rover.
Now that you and Mountain Lion have had the chance to get to know each other a bit better, the pressure's off: No more first date jitters. We're delighted you and Mac OS X 10.8 have reached this comfortable point in your relationship, so you and the big cat can curl up together, stress-free, and catch up on some of our biggest stories from the week gone by.
CBS doesn't want to help Apple build a business on the back of its content, a Russian carrier doesn't want to submit to Apple's autocratic demands, and Mountain Lion apparently doesn't want MacBook users to get their full battery life.
One analyst thinks Apple might split its stock, The Daily splits up with some of its staff, and a writer suggests a few companies with which Apple might want to share a banana split.
Some Lion users get bitten by a bug with the Mountain Lion update process, Apple products are hallmarks of the lifestyles of the rich and famous, and you may soon be able to actually listen to Podcasts on your iOS device.
Mountain Lion is out, and Jason Snell takes us on an extensive tour of the OS X update's new features.
The Mac versions of Apple's three iWork apps received updates on Wednesday to enable access to Documents in the Cloud.
We at Macworld strive to provide our readers with the very best OS X coverage on release day. But for those who'd rather have the complete compilation without using Instapaper or Read It Later, we present our new Superguide, Total Mountain Lion, available on the iBookstore, Kindle Store, and as a PDF/ePub/MOBI bundle.
Here's what Apple CEO Tim Cook had to say on everything from iPad pricing to iPhone rumors during Tuesday's third-quarter earnings call.
Apple reported revenue of $35 billion and profits of $8.8 billion for its fiscal third quarter. Those numbers were up 22 percent and 20.5 percent, respectively, over year-ago figures. In the first full quarter of third-generation iPad sales, Apple sold 17 million iPads, an increase of 84 percent over last year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would ship Mountain Lion, the latest version of its Mac OS X operating system, starting Wednesday.