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Archived Since:December 19, 2008

Blog Post Archive

A power user’s guide to OS X Server, Yosemite edition

Apple's server hardware is all gone, but its software is still going strong.

Critics chafe as Macs send sensitive docs to iCloud without warning

PSA: Turn off autosave of in-progress documents containing sensitive data.

Class-action suit alleges 2011 Apple MacBook Pros were defective

Lawyers say laptops suffered from faulty soldering connecting AMD GPU to logic board.

Bluetooth-tracking beacon programs uncovered in LA, Chicago

Marketers are using beacons to see who sees what in their ad networks.

iOS 8.1 mini-review: Testing Apple Pay, SMS forwarding, and more

We take the new features for a test drive and evaluate the maturity of iOS 8.

Apple: Beginning February 2015, App Store submissions need to be 64-bit

64-bit software gets a performance boost, but many apps still aren't on board.

Liveblog: Apple’s Q4 2014 earnings call may feature record sales

Check-in at 2pm PT, signs point to a record-breaking quarter on the back of new iPhones.

New iPads come with special, multi-carrier “Apple SIM”

Supports every major US carrier but Verizon, with more to follow.

Hands- and eyes-on with the new iPads and the iMac’s big 5K display

The new iMac feels like a bigger update, while the iPads are more evolutionary.

How to make your own bootable OS X 10.10 Yosemite USB install drive

Setting up lots of Macs? Want an offline installer? Here's how to roll your own.

A visual tour of OS X Yosemite’s changes

Yosemite's new look is finalized. Here's how it stacks up to Mavericks.

OS X 10.10 Yosemite: The Ars Technica Review

For the first time in forever, the Mac could be noticed by someone.

Apple announces TouchID-equipped, 6.1 mm-thick iPad Air 2 and new iPad Mini 3

Apple's tablets will be available for pre-order October 17, and will ship next week.

Apple releasing OS X Yosemite to the public today for free

Any Mac that can run Mavericks is compatible with the redesigned OS.

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