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Among the surprises Tim Cook and Phil Schiller launched into the world during Tuesday’s Apple event was one small, seemingly innocuous detail called Fusion Drive.
Today's announcement brought surprise to Apple fans that many felt was lacking in the iPhone 5 event. From a brand new iMac redesign to quick and speedy Proper iPad refresh, Apple was able to hit many areas where many weren't looking.
Today at 10 AM PST, (Noon Central, 1 PM EST) Apple will take the stage at the California Theatre in San Jose to show us "just a little more." A little more of what?
You can’t have too much of a good thing. Therefore, when Steve Jobs first showed us the beautiful Retina display on the iPhone 4, we immediately wanted every Apple device to be given the same treatment.
Normally, whenever Apple announces updates to their computers, they’ll move the recently outdated models to the refurbished section, offering a pretty good deal on a new-ish Mac.
You might not recognize his name, but if you’ve seen any recent Apple product video, it’s likely you know his face.
Everyone has a daddy. It’s a simple fact. To blow your mind with another great factoid, everything has a daddy as well. Something always comes from somewhere. I was just blessed enough to come from a dad who is just as big of a tech-geek as I am.
Is a PC-maker finally understanding that consumers are clamoring for more than ugly boxes with their computers?
Today's keynote was one of Apple’s most anticipated to date, and while rumors usually run hot just before any Apple presentation or press event, there was something extra in the air as we approached WWDC 2012.
- Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.