The new iMac Lineup was announced today at Apple’s media event.
Apple has just announced a new Mac Mini lineup, and while the design is the same, the inside is all different. Packing i5 or i7 Ivy Bridge processors, it comes with a max of 16GB of RAM (standard config 4GB) as well as a 500GB hard drive.
Alongside new iMacs, the new 4th-gen iPad, and the new 8-inch iPad Mini, Apple also unveiled a new 13-inch version of the MacBook Pro with Retina display! The new model features the same port layout as its larger counterpart, and features similar specs.
9to5Mac reports that the 13-inch Retina Display MacBook Pro that will launch today will use the same processors as the non-Retina models, and all models will start at 8GB of RAM. The base model will contain 128GB of Flash Storage….
With a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro expected to surface at tomorrow’s Apple media event, new supposed leaked photos of the device have surfaced, showing a unique new battery layout, dual Thunderbolt ports, and more.
From about 2000-2003, it’s fair to say that Apple missed out on most if not all major game releases for PC. Back then, the Mac had a tiny market share, and for game developers, it wasn’t worthwhile. How to catch up on what we missed (if you used a Mac between those years)? Gog.com has the answer.
There have been strong rumors about new iMacs appearing at the October 23 event, and we’ve seen no better confirmation of that so far than shipping times from Apple slipping across Europe.
In addition to announcing a smaller iPad, new Mac minis, and iMac, Apple is expected to reveal a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display on October 23. What will it cost you to get some 13-inch Retina Display goodness?
Despite rumors that Apple’s new iMacs, expected to be announced at Apple’s media event next week, would see a price increase (along with a new design), 9to5Mac reports that this is not the case, stating that Apple will keep their current pricing for the new iMacs and Mac Minis.
Tapbots has finally unleashed their highly anticipated Tweetbot client through the Mac App Store after several months of testing. The final 1.0 version feature features many of the features from its iOS counterpart, and syncs with Tweetbot for iOS using iCloud.
JK Rowling is the most successful author of all time, and while product endorsements aren’t common, she certainly made a point of giving credit to the Macbook Air.
Apple released two Java updates on Tuesday, one for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, and the other for OS X 10.7 Lion and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Both are to improve security by uninstalling an Apple-provided Java applet plug-in from all web browsers.
SKUs for new iMacs are appearing in Apple’s retail inventory system, ahead of an expected announcement at next week’s Apple media event. The report makes mention of four new model numbers, likely referring to both 21.5 and 27-inch models.
As a result of a fault in certain 1TB Seagate hard drives found in October 2009- July 2011 iMacs, Apple has started a program where you can get your hard drive replaced free of charge if it is found to be faulty.
Alongside reports that Apple will launch a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, and possibly new iMacs at next week’s iPad Mini media event, 9to5Mac reports that Apple is planning to release a new Mac Mini as well.
Environmental standards group EPEAT, which rates electronics for their environmental friendliness, has cleared five ultrathin laptops, including Apple’s MacBook Air, as conforming to its “green” standards.