We’re coming up on the anniversary of the launch of the first Macintosh, back in January 24, 1984, and for the next few days we’ll be taking a look at some of Apple’s more iconic Macs. The first Mac we’ll look at is the beautiful iMac G4, which first debuted in January 2002.
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NBCUniversal has announced that it will offer a new “Super Stream Sunday” promotion on Sunday, Feb. 1, in which it will stream 11-hours of continuous Super Bowl XLIX coverage, including the big game, to viewers located in the United States.
Mac users are familiar with the machine’s iconic Zen-like startup sound. However, did you know the man behind the sound – former Apple employee Jim Reeks – had to sneak it onto the machine?
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty told investors in a recent note that Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may boost Apple’s holiday quarter sales to record levels. Huberty also expects strong Mac sales for the quarter.
Although there is increasing talk that Apple may be looking at using its own home-grown A-series ARM processors in place of Intel CPUs in their Mac line of computers, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says his company’s relationship with the Cupertino firm remains “strong.”
The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards – music’s biggest night of the year – will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 8, and Apple is joining in the fun by giving U.S. listeners a chance to listen to nominated artists and songs via a special GRAMMY Effect iTunes Radio station.
If you’ve been holding off on buying a 27-inch Retina Display iMac until Apple’s offers refurbished models, you can now exhale. Apple is now offering the 27-inch Retina Display iMac in the refurbished area of their online store.
The class-action suit brought over 2011 MacBook Pro GPU failures has now expanded to include multiple states, and also brings new complaints against Apple, alleging the company deliberately concealed the problems.
The iMac is a thing of beauty, with its sleek profile and iconic design. We’d all love to have one, but for some of us, the iMac is sadly out of our price range. But, what if we told you that you could win an iMac? It’s true.
KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo sees a possibility that Apple may drop Intel processors in favor of their own home-grown A-series processor for use in their Mac lineup of computers. The analyst believes this could happen as soon as 2016.
The 2TB Fusion Drive made a quiet return to availability for the late 2014 Mac mini during the Christmas Holidays. The 2TB option is once more available for an extra $100 over the 1TB Fusion Drive option.
EA has announced via Twitter that the latest game in the popular Sims franchise, The Sims 4, will coming to the Mac in February.
A new report from the ever iffy source Digitimes says Apple supply partner Quanta has begun ramping up production of the new 12-inch MacBook Air, preparing for a Q1 2015 release.
If the titles “Prince of Persia,” “The Oregon Trail,” and “Wolfenstein 3D” bring back great memories of computer gaming in the ’80s and ’90s for you, then The Internet Archive’s latest addition is right up your alley.
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