Not everyone can afford to replace an old slow Mac with a speedy new one. Consider an upgrade that makes a big difference--a solid state drive.
Macworld Lab tested a custom-to-order iMac with a Fusion Drive and a 3.5GHz quad-core Core i7 processor.
While the jump in performance isn't huge, the $1299 iMac is still a good bargain computer.
The new iMac isn't exciting, but it offers a very good performance for the price.
If you use Boot Camp, you'll want to install this update.
Revised iMacs now offer Haswell-based Intel processors, enhanced graphics, faster storage options, and 802.11ac wireless. And they come in at the same price points as the models introduced last year.
Macworld Lab changed the components of its DIY Mac to match an iMac. Here are the test results.
Apple keynotes have become hotly anticipated events. On the eve of WWDC 2013, Dan Moren looks back at the ten most significant Apple presentations.
This week's roundup of Mac accessories includes new ways to carry your precious Apple equipment around safely, as weel as new external storage and docking solutions.
When you think you need more RAM, you may be right, but read out helpful little guide to get a better idea of why you might and how much you might need.
In the market for an iMac? You'll be happy to hear you can now have a side of Flash storage with that dish of awesome thinness.