The Cupertino giant is refreshing almost its entire lineup of Mac hardware with new iMacs and MacBooks, sporting the latest processors from Intel and updated graphics for VR compatibility.
In what could be considered a huge leak, a Foxconn connection has revealed numerous details about Apple's upcoming speaker, iPhone, iMac, AR glasses, and more. The source has a proven track record.
Apple's competition has released new desktops that are both captivating and performance beasts. Now, a new report provides some details about Apple's iMac Pro that could be coming later this year.
Apple has updated the pricing and hardware specs for both of its Mac Pro models, providing updated GPUs and processors. The updates come as Apple confirms a new iMac Pro for release later this year.
"Touch doesn't even register on the list of things pro users are interested in talking about," Apple's Phil Schiller said today - five months after adding the Touch Bar to its MacBook Pro notebooks.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has revealed that contrary to media reports, the company has not given up on its desktop business and has plans to launch new Macs on its roadmap.
From sextortion suicides and xHamster hacked, to Home Hub hints, bad Apples, big deals, Elephone's "lumia-wave", and Amazon's touchscreen speaker, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple has quietly dropped the price of its larger SSDs, meaning that upgrade pricing across the entire Mac range (desktops and notebooks) is now in line with the recently announced MacBook Pro models.
As part of Apple's announcement of OS X's name change to macOS and the unveiling of its new version, SIerra, the new operating system has officially dropped support for older Macs in the past decade.
Apple is giving students and teachers free wireless Beats headphones with the purchase of an eligible Mac, iPhone 6 or 6s, or iPad Pro. The deal is part of the firm's Back to School promotion.
Apple is reportedly preparing to ditch the OS X branding for its PC operating system, bringing it in line with 'tvOS' and 'watchOS' by rebranding the desktop-class operating system as 'macOS'.
From Pepsi-phones and BlackBerry's pricey Priv, to a wooden Windows Phone, another Android flaw, gapless Groove, and Microsoft's Twist on iOS, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple has released three new desktop accessories, including the $129 Magic Trackpad 2, which introduces pressure-sensitive Force Touch interactions to its iMac range for the first time.
Apple has updated its entire iMac range, adding a new Retina 4K Display option for the 21.5in model - but while the 27in iMac gets Intel's latest 'Skylake' processors, its smaller sibling doesn't.
Following Apple Music support for the iOS 9 and, now, they've released the public preview for their mobile and desktop OS, the first time Apple has allowed the public to test their OS.
From HoloLens in space and Windows 10 on track, to talking Straw, the new PS4, Xbox down in Japan, and "the ultimate portable computer", it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple has launched a free replacement program after discovering that "a very small number of 3TB hard drives" sold with its 27-inch iMacs "may fail under certain conditions".
Apple has today refreshed its 15-inch MacBook Pro range with new GPU enhancements and a Force Touch trackpad and has also cut the price of its 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display
From bendy Galaxys and a galaxy far, far away, to Lumia launches, language barriers, the rise of Redstone and the death of a Windows flagship, it's our weekly round-up of the week's top tech news.
LG Displays has published a report on 8K displays that includes a reference to the "iMac 8K," an unannounced product that LG claims is going to be released later this year.
From Windows news and Android 5.0, to a bunch of Apple devices, Surface, Xbox and PS4 updates, stuff on fire, and Bono, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech coverage on Neowin.
Apple today unveiled a updated hardware for their Mac mini range. The new Mac mini's come with Intel Core i5 processors, up to 8GB of memory, Thunderbolt 2 and start from at $499
After numerous rumors and speculation Apple has finally unveiled a new iMac with a Retina display resolution. The updated device drives the screen resolution up to the new market standards.
Information from multiple sites has suggested that Apple may be planning a refresh to a couple of their desktop computer lines. Most notably, the Mac Mini, which hasn't seen an update since 2012.
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 updated its online store early this morning with a new low-end iMac that has a starting price of $1,099 and comes with a 21.5 inch display, 8GB of RAM and a 1.4GHz Core i5 processor.
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.
A French Apple rumors site is reporting that Apple is now actively developing ARM-based desktop and laptop Macs using knowledge gained from the production of the chips used in iOS devices.
A new research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities claims Apple is working on a 12-inch MacBook with a Retina display that's thinner and lighter than the MacBook Air for 2014.
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.
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 new, and unclaimed, eBay outlet appears to be run by Apple and offers refurbished products at large discounts to Apple's official refurbished stores, hinting at a new path for the company.
Occasionally it's interesting to look back on early computer designs, so here we have some photos (courtesy of Designboom) of early concepts for Apple computers, laptops and even tablets.
Almost every product in Apple's catalog is manufactured in Asia, but now it seems that the iMac is an exception to that rule because several of the new iMacs are labeled 'Assembled in USA'
With rumours that the new iMac would be delayed until the New Year, it's come out that some of the new systems are already being delivered to Apple's distribution hubs.
A month ago, Apple unveiled the new iMac which is a lot thinner than previous generations. That design is reportedly causing production difficulties, which could push the iMacs into 2013
Apple finally revealed the iPad Mini, but also a refreshed iPad and new iMac and MacBook Pro hadware. But their stock price has taken a slight dip following the announcements.
With Apple reinventing the iPhone and iPod, only the iPad Mini remains to be seen. Now add a new design for the iMac range, as well as a new 13 inch, Retina equipped MacBook Pro.
Apple has their own spin on their line of products, and it's fair to say we know what to expect from them (most of the time). But what about a typical fan's take on the evolution of Apple?
While scrolling through your news feed today, you may notice HP's new hardware announcements, or you may completely mistake them for Apple products. HP seems to have copied Apple's keyboard and mouse.