Apple keynotes have become hotly anticipated events. On the eve of WWDC 2013, Dan Moren looks back at the ten most significant Apple presentations.
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Speculation is rampant about an Apple smartwatch. Here are three possible concepts.
Respected pundits and analysts demand an Apple watch. Chris Breen questions the practicality and purpose of such a device.
The winning track was sold in Germany, signifiyng Apple's growth to markets that its rivals haven't yet cracked.
Apple's design philosophy boils down to reducing complexity. And the goal isn't enforcing simplicity for simplicity's sake.
Apple future doesn't hinge on iPhone 5 sales, says John Moltz. What's more important is what the company does next.
The appeal of the InCharge X5 is plain: It's a compact, no-cable-clutter place to stash up to 5 devices for charging and storage. The debut of Apple's Lightning connector takes a bit away from the X5's self-contained appeal, and bulky cases won't fit, but it otherwise does its job well.
Mac and iOS may have dominated Apple news this year, but they weren't the only developments. Dan Moren and Lex Friedman recount the rest of what happened in 2012.