It’s no surprise that Apple’s solid-state hard drive that’s found in the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMac make computer operations speedy. So it also shouldn’t come as a surprise that Apple is considering putting it into their next-generation Mac Pro.
It’s only a matter of time before Siri makes her way over to the Mac. A new job posting hints that Siri could be even be more impactful when brought over to the Mac operating system.
Oh my! That Thunderbolt Display is looking awfully fat next to the recently updated iMac.
Don’t worry — there’s a good chance that popular (and expensive…) external display will be slimming down soon.
Apple TV rumors aren’t dying anytime soon, but what can we expect now that some news is out of the bag about Intel’s alleged Internet cable TV service?
Apple made headlines in early December when its CEO revealed that the company would manufacturer a Mac in the U.S., a response to years of complaints that the world’s most valuable tech company could only make a large profit via cheap labor in China.
If the iPad Mini is the bride, then the other three new computers being announced next week are the bridesmaids.
The iPad Mini isn’t the only new device Apple fans will look forward to this month.
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.
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.