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Review: Thin is in with new 21.5-inch iMacs but user upgrades, SuperDrive are out

The two most significant changes to the new iMac are its thinner design—which introduces compromises you’ll need to make—and the option to upgrade to Apple’s Fusion Drive technology.

Holiday Guide: How to buy Apple gear, affordably

It’s the holidays. That special person in your life is a big Apple fan, ready and hopeful for some new gadgets to unwrap. But you’ve got a problem: The bank account isn’t quite as robust as it needs to be to pay full price for an iPhone 5 or the latest Mac. What to do?

The Week in Mac Accessories: Swiss Army flash drives

This week’s roundup of Mac accessories offers options for music production and computer protection, as well as a nifty twist on the Swiss Army Knife.

Lab Tested: 2012 Build-to-order iMacs equipped with Fusion Drives, CPU upgrades

Benchmark results of the new iMacs with build-to-order options, including the new Fusion Drive.

Hands on with the new thin 2012 iMac

Take a look at Apple's new all-in-one computer.

How to split up a Fusion Drive

Whether you made your own Fusion Drive and want to go back, or want to split up one you got from Apple, we'll show you that it isn't a difficult or lengthy process.

Introducing Macworld's Mac Basics Superguide for Mountain Lion

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Macworld's Mac Basics Superguide for Mountain Lion is now available for purchase on the iBookstore as well as on the Kindle, Nook, Mac, and PC.

Remains of the Day: Seeing is believing

Apple devices could let you get a little FaceTime Santa, Apple designs its retail stores with vision, and one musician wants to juice up your smartphone's camera.

Apple unveils discounts on iPads, Macs, more

Apple on Friday announced its one-day discounts for many of its products, including Macs and iPads, for Black Friday.

The unusual world of Mac prototypes

If you've been a Mac fan for more than a few years, chances are you've seen or even used Apple's most famous computer models. What you don't often see are the machines that Apple kept to itself—the prototypes that never reached the market.