After announcing its latest version of iTunes, Apple’s not-often-used music social network Ping is finally kicking the cyber-space bucket at month’s end.
Those hoping for some kind of announcement about an updated iMac desktop computer or a 13-inch version of Apple’s MacBook Pro with Retina display will have to wait for another Keynote address.
Apple’s iPhone 5 isn’t the only iOS device stretching out of its old design.
More reports are pointing to an October release for a 13-inch version of Apple’s MacBook Pro with Retina Display and an updated iMac desktop computer.
While nothing is going to upstage the announcement of Apple’s iPhone 5, a completely refreshed iMac could at least turn some heads.
Those anticipating some kind of announcement about an update to Apple TV or a dedicated television set will have to wait a bit longer.
While most Apple fans are anxiously awaiting the announcement and release of the iPhone 5, Apple also plans on releasing a completely refreshed iPod lineup.
How much you would pay for the computer that started it all for the world’s most popular and most valuable computer company?
A new Java 7 security vulnerability could potentially infect Mac users.
Malware developers are currently using this vulnerability to exploit systems using runtime installed. This vulnerability is similar to the most recent Flashback malware that affected thousands of Mac systems earlier this year.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to become an Apple Retail Store Genius?
I’m sure most Apple enthusiasts have — especially if you’re a dedicated user that feels like you know as much, if not more, than the genius working on your MacBook.