Apple has leapt ahead of Windows and Android by leaps and bounds yet again, with its supremely integrated ecosystem enhanced even further, with delightful, useful and amazing updates across the board.
Apple's latest Mac operating system, macOS Mojave 10.14, can now be downloaded, offering a range of features including Dark Mode, the first iOS apps to be ported to the Mac and plenty more!
At 10am on 27 October in California, which is 4am AEDT 28 October in Australia, Apple will launch a refresh of many Mac lines, something the company has taken its time to update.
macOS Sierra, the successor to OS X El Capitan, was announced overnight, but Apple is dropping support for multiple Mac models.
Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developer Conference for 2015 has been announced, with sought-after tickets to be issued to developers through a random selection process.
Apple is releasing its radically redesigned Mac Pro today, but you'll need at least a cool $4,000 to pick one up.
An amendment to European safety regulations means Apple will stop shipping the Mac Pro to Europe by March 1.
In case you hadn't noticed, Apple is phasing out the use of optical drives. The current iMac and Mac Pro lines are shaping up to be the last of their kind with DVD drives.
Apple has released a slew of new products and updated several others. That means that every product, other than the Apple TV, has been revised recently. The iMac and Mac Pro get an update with a new 27-inch Cinema Display, Magic Trackpad and Battery Charger being added to Apple's catalog.
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