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Apple is getting ready to unveil its new line of iPads at a relatively small event on October 16th. Alongside the new iPads the company is expected to launch OS X Yosemite and the brand new Apple Pay.
Apple is reportedly planning to unveil its next-generation iPad Air and iPad mini at an event on October 21, and is also said to be preparing for the full release of OS X Yosemite on the same day.
China has made it known that it hopes to have its own operating system by October to take on rivals like Microsoft, Google, and Apple so it can reduce its dependency on foreign software.
It is claimed that Apple will release new machines alongside the new Mac OS X 10.10 "Yosemite." Both of the refreshed machines are said to feature high resolution displays, probably at a price.
Apple has released the iTunes 12 beta alongside the new versions of the iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 "Yosemite" betas. The new beta brings needed improvements to the UI, as well as an anticipated feature.
New evidence in the developer preview of Mac OS X 10.10 'Yosemite' shows resolution scaling for iMacs with Retina Displays. Information about the new iMac was first found in the Mac OS X 10.9.4 beta.
At Apple's keynote today, Tim Cook wasted no time in bashing Windows 8 when comparing it to OS X Mavericks, and made a direct comparison between the adoption rate of the platforms.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco today, Apple unveiled the latest version of OS X named 'Yosemite' which offers visual and under-the-hood tweaks to previous versions of OS X.
Leaked photos of OS X 10.10, the latest version of the Mac OS which is expected to be unveiled today at WWDC, show a much 'flatter' design similar to that of iOS with new features ported from iOS.
Apple's freshly released MacBook Airs have been benchmarked and the results are mixed. Processor speed has increased due to Intel's lastest Haswell chips while memeory performance has decreased.
A newly revealed company called Nod is taking pre-orders for a motion gesture device that centers on a ring-like gadget that lets the user control Windows, Android, iOS and more with finger movements.
A new report claims that Apple is set to reveal a major UI revamp for OS X at its WWDC 2014 event in June, but the changes won't get rid of features that make OS X different than iOS.
Apple has announced that it is opening up its beta program for OS X to all users, bypassing the $99 developer fee that the company previously charged for access to its beta software.
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According to an interview, it seems Apple execs have put to rest the idea that the company is planning to eventually merge OS X for Mac and iOS for iPhone and iPad into one operating system.
Microsoft has announced that the new Windows Server 2012 R2 Remote Desktop apps that were launched for iOS, Android and Mac OS X platforms have already reached the one million download mark.
Apple has finally started selling previous versions of OSX on their website. While Mavericks is the latest update some users may still prefer or need the previous Lion and Mountain Lion versions.
The questionably named OS X Mavericks is out for all to purchase today. But should we trust this very incremental update? Are the performance updates really noticeable?
Apple has announced new versions of MacBook Pro notebooks, which are on sale right now, and the new Mac Pro, which is coming out in December and is being made in the US.
Apple has just announced the availability of the latest version of Mac OS X, 10.9 "Mavericks" which can be downloaded by the users from the Mac App Store for free today.
Apple has quietly released a final software update to its "gold" version of OS X 10.9, otherwise known as Mavericks, ahead of its likely public release sometime next week.
Apple has sent out invites to members of the press for a keynote event that will take place on October 22nd where new iPads and the release of OS X Mavericks is expected as well.
Sources have told AllThingsD that Apple will hold a press event on October 22nd to launch a new lineup of iPads, and possibly updates to its Mac lines. Unfortunately, it clashes with other big events.
Apple has announced that it has updated its iMac lineup with the fourth generation Intel Core processors and latest Nvidia graphics cards along with a wide variety of storage options.
A new report claims that Apple won't release OS X 10.9, also known as Mavericks, for its Mac products until sometime in late October, in order to put more effort into finishing iOS 7.
Parallels has announced Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac, which lets Windows 8 run on Mac OS X machines. This new version adds their Start menu to the Windows 8 desktop, along with Modern apps in a window.
After four years of minor, incremental updates, Apple today announced Logic Pro X, a major update to their music production software with new tools and a comprehensive redesign.
Apple has unveiled the next major iteration of its desktop operating system, OS X "Mavericks". The update includes significant performance updates and new features including Maps and Finder Tabs.
Apple have posted a live stream for the WWDC 2013 which kicks off today at 10:00AM PDT (13:00 PM EDT, 18:00 PM GMT). The stream is available for Mac, iOS and Apple TV users exclusively.
Apple has begun hanging banners advertising its next major OS releases in the Moscone Center ahead of WWDC 2013. The sparse and minimalistic designs may back up rumours about flatter UI designs.
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Apple have released an update to Mountain Lion, its desktop OS, in the form of OS X 10.8.4. The update includes Wi-Fi improvements, better compatibility with Microsoft Exchange.
Speaking at D11 conference hosted by AllThingsD, Apple CEO Tim Cook has eluded strongly an upcoming iWatch, as well as expressing interest in wearable computing.
UltimatePoker.com, the first gaming site to be legally used in the US state of Nevada, is giving Mac owners a "free" copy of Windows 7 with emulation software so OS X users can play on the site.
Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes has suggested Apple's upcoming product roadmap will "change the narrative" of the company. The analyst has also recently upped his own performance targets for Apple.
One of an estimated six Apple-1 computers in working order will soon go on sale. The machine is estimated to fetch between $261,000 and $392,000 through German auctioneer Breker.
Apple may be having problems with the development of iOS and getting it on time for WWDC in June. According to a new report, Apple is "borrowing" engineers from the OS X division to help on iOS.
With WWDC quickly approaching, we are getting our first bits of information about what the new platform will include and how Apple will continue to blur the line between OS X and iOS.
Twitter for Mac has received its first update since 2011 which finally adds Retina support, more languages and improved photo support, bringing it up to par with its Windows and iOS counterparts.
Bidding to meet Apple CEO Tim Cook for a coffee has reached $175,000. For this you'll get between 30 mins and an hour with Cook, with all proceeds going directly to charity, but would you pay that?
The Atlanta area was recently graced by the Apple Pop-Up Museum, and Neowin was lucky enough to be able to check it out and share some of the wonderful stuff on display you.
AAPL shares today dipped below $400 for the first time since 2011, with $21.8 billion shaved off their market valuation. With plummeting stock prices, can the company recover in the coming months?
Audio firm THX have sued Apple over a speaker patent granted in 2008. It is alleged Apple have infringed this patent with the new slimline iMac, iPad and iPhone.
A disgruntled Retina MacBook Pro owner has launched a class action lawsuit against Apple for allegedly misleading users about LG panels that suffered from ghosting issues.
Adobe is reportedly planning to stop sales of all boxed copies of its Creative Suite software, after offering them since the first release in 2003. Both Windows and Mac platforms will be affected.
Apple has reportedly been in talks with Intel regarding manufacturing iPhone/iPad chips, amid falling stock prices and reduced shareholder interest for both Silicon Valley companies.
iCloud, the successor to MobileMe, has been found to censor emails which include the words "barely legal teen", a move which has raised questions about the reliability to Apple's email service.
Evernote has announced that they have been hacked, with user's email addresses, (encrypted) passwords and username data being stolen, although they claim documents weren't accessed.