It would be nice to think that some manufacturer, somewhere, would this year come up with a device which makes it possible to manage most, if not all, of one's computing needs from that single device.
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 has finally brought more Retina display technology to the iMac, with new Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2 and Force Touch to the Magic Trackpad 2.
Lest anybody be under any illusions that my past article was an endorsement of the madness that appears to have taken hold of Apple, let me be clear. Whatever Cook & Co may be thinking, the iPad Pro will never be a replacement for a MacBook or any other Mac. In fact, it’s not even a replacement for the iPad.
Whether Apple's watch fails or not — and that is a relative question — it matters not one whit to the company. This is just another device which will help to boost the company's data gathering.
A friend has had an annoying Safari browser based issue where clicking a link opens a separate ad tab. This is a relatively new Trojan malware that cleverly obfuscates the most useful page on getting rid of it.
It’s all over the news: Mac sales growth is leaving PC makers panting, while Mac sales are outselling iPads in the ‘fiscal fourth quarter’, but is this any surprise?
Apple has finally announced its new lighter-than-ever iPad Air 2, a new iPad Mini 3, its new OS X Yosemite operating system, the long-awaited Retina-class 27-inch iMac and ever longer-awaited new upgrades to the beloved Mac Mini - but will they all bend and blend?
The announcement of Apple’s new iPad has been accompanied by a range of other hardware and software announcements.
Apple is full of momentum with the hugely successful launch of its new iPhone range and it looks set to continue, with an iPad launch event reportedly set for 16 October.
Buyers of the the latest iMac configuration may save $250 but will pay a price in forgone performance.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak isn't shy and often uses his star power for good... but rarely is it as touching as this.
A rumour is circulating that Apple will miss the announced shipping dates for the latest iMac models.
Apple's next launch event was tipped for October 23, and invitations have now been sent to US journalists. But what is the company going to announce?
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.
Ok, so the Dune reference and tagline may not have come to mind in the headline, so if not, the following article pays homage to the opening scene of the movie, with rumours suggesting there'll be new 'Ivy Bridge' Intel Core i5 and 7 based iMacs and MacBook Pros, if not MacBook Airs too - in June.
Jonathan Ive, Apple's chief designer had been awarded a knighthood in the New Year honours list.
Apple has ensured that one of its iMac models is now available at the magic sub-$1000 price point in the US education market, continuing Apple's appeal to the education sector albeit at the cost of less powerful specs.
Thanks for posting this - quite straightforward via myGov
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