Apple's Double iPad Party: Everything You May Have Missed

Today was a banner day for new Apple goodness. We got a thinner, lighter, iPad—the iPad Air—as well as a new retina display iPad mini, new Haswell chip-packed MacBook Pros, and a deeper look at the new Mac Pros. Do you feel like you need a cheat sheet to keep track? We've got just the thing: » 10/22/13 4:57pm 10/22/13 4:57pm

Now Is a Horrible Time To Buy a Laptop

So your trusty laptop is starting to show its age. No one can blame you for wanting a new one, but we've got just one piece of advice: WAIT. This is a horrible, horrible time to get a new rig. If you can hold out for just a few months, you're going to do a whole lot better for yourself. » 5/09/13 1:09pm 5/09/13 1:09pm

What American Macintosh Factories Looked Like Last Time Apple Built…

Tim Cook laid some pretty exciting news on us today, saying that an entire Mac line would be manufactured in the US starting next year (some iMacs are already assembled here). But time was, that was just ho-hum standard for all Macs, when they were made in Fremont, California. » 12/06/12 12:49pm 12/06/12 12:49pm

Is This Why the 13-Inch MacBook Pro Display Didn't Improve?

With last month's MacBook Pro refresh, one question that lingered was why the 13-inch MacBook Pro was still stuck with the same mediocre screen resolution. From Quora, a possible solution! One similar to why the iPad 2 didn't get a resolution bump: Apple's holding out for retina displays to make things easier on… » 3/07/11 5:10pm 3/07/11 5:10pm

$1 Million of Forged Credit Card Money Bought iPads and Macs for…

Prisoners at New York's Rikers Island jail have been caught buying up iPads and Macs in an elaborate cyber-crime arrangement that saw them forging credit cards—your credit cards, people!—to buy $1m of Apple products. » 2/03/11 10:40am 2/03/11 10:40am

Apple: All New Macs Will Ship Without Flash

Turns out Apple shipping the MacBook Air without Flash pre-installed wasn't just a one-time thing. From here on out, every Mac that's sold will be Flashless. That makes more of a statement than a Steve Jobs open letter ever could. » 10/22/10 12:59pm 10/22/10 12:59pm