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Let's talk about Apple Watch feature bloat, and the lessons Apple apparently didn't learn from Samsung's smartwatch mistakes.
It's faster all around, easier to see in the sun, and the battery lasts just as long.
Apple unveiled an updated MacBook line, more Mountain Lion features, iOS 6, and a smarter Siri. Here are some photos and recaps of Monday's WWDC keynote.
With Apple's Wednesday introduction of the third-generation iPad, many of the questions people and pundits have spent the past few months obsessing over have been answered--but not all. We know it has a nicer screen, a faster processor, better cameras, 4G networking, and voice dictation. But even if you've read our live blog and our comprehensive review, chances are there are still bits of info you want to know. Here are all the details we've been able to dig up about Apple's newest tablet.
You may want to sit down, because we’re going to talk about the iPad—and sitting is really the most comfortable way to use it, isn’t it? Apple on Thursday invited members of the media to a special event on March 7.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday after a long illness. He was 56. Jobs, who reigned as Apple CEO for 14 years, resigned his post in August 2011 and was replaced by Tim Cook, who previously was the company's Chief Operating Officer. Jobs, in turn, was elected as chairman of Apple's board of directors.
Here is the text of a letter sent by Steve Jobs to Apple employees, as he announced his resignation as Apple's CEO on Wednesday.
Apple COO Tim Cook spoke to analysts after Apple's record financial results Tuesday. This is an edited transcript of his remarks.
The last time Apple updated the Mac operating system-2009’s Snow Leopard release—the most noteworthy changes happened under the hood. That’s not the case with Lion, the next major version of Mac OS X.
1. Cobalt Networks Inc. threatens to sue Apple Computer Inc. over new G4's cube shape.
You know you're in trouble. Almost as soon as you turn on your Mac, it makes a noise you've never heard before - it may sound like glass breaking in a car crash or like a series of beeps. If you have an older Mac, the dreaded Sad Mac icon may appear, or you may just get a blank gray screen. After that, your Mac acts as though it's dead in the water. What do you do?
If the news that Apple Computer Inc. is getting ever closer to releasing OS X has you muttering "We'll see," we can understand your skepticism. Replacing the original Mac OS with a cutting-edge version has been a long process, full of more twists of fate than a Dickens novel and more code names than a CIA operation. And with OS X set to cross the finish line -- finally, probably, hopefully -- early next year, it's important to remember how we've arrived at where we are today.
1. Federal Judge Wants to Split Microsoft Corp. One company gets control of Windows; the other will control Office, Internet Explorer, and software. Bill Gates, Paul Allen to share custody of Steve Ballmer.
Once Again, the editors of Macworld have selected the hottest new products to appear at Macworld Expo.