Thin is in. That seemed to be the prevailing message at Apple’s final media event in 2012, which just ended a short while ago. Apple showed off new, razor-thin iMacs, a 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and the long-awaited iPad Mini. Here’s a complete rundown of everything you need to know.
Has Cupertino finally wised up to the fact that we Apple fans want to watch Keynote events live? Looks like, because they’re live-streaming today’s event online — and you have two ways of accessing it.
The stage is set for Apple’s next media event, taking place on Tuesday at the California Theatre in San Jose. Is the iPad Mini imminent?
People are having a lot of fun with the new Panorama function built into the Camera app in iOS 6. Here are fifteen of the best iPhone Panorama pictures shot so far.
This year’s MacHeist 4 bundle has been revealed, and it’s a killer one. There are 15 Mac apps total, including some heavy hitters like Evernote, Scrivener, DiskTools Pro, and an incredible selection of games, too, all for an unheard-of price of $29.
The rumors have been flying for weeks, and today Apple made it official: The iPad Mini will be announced at a media event on October 23rd.
In the third major iteration of its digital music download store, after eight years of trying to compete, can Microsoft finally take on iTunes with Xbox Music?
LEGO fans have a long history with Apple making accessories for their devices and other homages for ages. Check out these 10 amazingly detailed recreations of famous Apple Stores made entirely out of LEGO.
One minute it’s officially confirmed, the next it’s formally denied. This is exactly why I hate rumors: no matter what the truth is, somebody’s lying.
When Apple purchased C3 Technologies to make use of their realistic 3D mapping system, C3 already had a number of major world cities mapped. So why have some of them been left out of Apple Maps‘ big debut?