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"New types of content" are also reportedly in the cards.
Apple's in-car integration is rumored to be coming in iOS 7.1.
Just in time for the holidays: in December 2013 alone, sales hit $1 billion.
iPads! MacBook Pros! Holidays! Tune in to hear how Apple closed out 2013.
Apple initiated a repair program for 2011 iMacs with similar GPUs.
Buying content is off limits, but users can watch their existing library on iOS.
The computer sacrifices expandability, but it's thankfully still repairable.
Despite settings to the contrary, plaintext messages stored on IMAP servers.
Not every year can be like 2007.
Apple to hand out "songs, apps, books, movies, and more" starting December 26.
"Internet link" targeting suspect's Yahoo account used to track his Web movements.
Updates move Keynote, Pages, and Numbers from a state of limbo to a state of flux.
Apple also gives a couple more apps the iOS 7 design treatment.
11 jurors were dismissed from the case after discussing it in a waiting area.
The 13-inch Retina model has problems, but a software patch is on the way.
iCloud Keychain is supposed to use the cloud. Why would Apple claim otherwise?
Initial December 30th ship dates didn't last long at all.
We max out the CPU, GPU, RAM, and storage to find the best value for the money.
Sneaky software allows the hardware interlock to be turned off.
New workstation trades internal expansion for sleeker profile, smaller footprint.