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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Faster and with better storage, mostly.
To found his own design studio.
Includes new Sidecar functionality.
Includes custom T2 silcon.
Even as Apple pushes Vega replacement.
Hikes prices, too.
5K now standard for 27" models.
Free replacements for faulty drives.
All-aluminium passively-cooled design.
New OSes demoed at WWDC.
Upgrading your new iMac's hard disk may result in fan management going haywire.
A newly published patent from Apple reveals a touch screen system for recognising shapes - allowing for physical objects to be used to gain access to systems.
Apple's US arm appears to have taken the decision to void the Applecare warranties of Mac owners who happen to smoke - describing the residue as a "bio-hazard."
Apple is winning; the iPhone is the sexiest gadget going, Apple’s computers are gobbling market share like Pacman eats pills and Apple stores are filled with eager customers. Mark Mackay and Alex Watson pit their wits against the Jobs Mob and try to build an Mac killer.
An issue with the latest 15" and 17" MacBook Pro models which reduced the maximum performance of the SATA bus to 1.5Gb/s has been resolved by Apple with a new firmware update.
Sources claim that Apple is looking to sheds its expensive image and produce a range of reduced-cost Macs as a direct result of the popularity of cheap netbooks.
ViewSonic brings its VPC100 all-in-one PC to the UK, and also reveals that it has plans to introduce kits that will turn any old monitor into a basic nettop PC.
As Nintendo stocks continue to surge upwards, analysts say that the makers of Mario could soon rival Apple in terms of profit valuation and marketability.
We're PC users here at bit-tech. PC users to the core. That's why, when we first saw pictures of the new iMac being ripped to pieces, we just had to have an evil chuckle. Well, Joe did...
Apple released an upgrade to its product line today, including souped up minis, iMacs, and a new 24" model.
Apple has gone the way of Dell - and recalled 1.8 million battery units from its laptops.
Fancy an iMac for under 500 quid? The new education-focused iMac has a 17" display and a Core Duo processor.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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