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EFI updates fix graphics, keyboard, and trackpad problems with new laptops.
Fixes for Mail.app in OS X 10.9 are now available for download.
Apple will be bringing back some missing features over the next six months.
A smaller battery and tons and tons of glue are highlights of today's teardown.
iCloud Keychain is supposed to use the cloud. Why would Apple claim otherwise?
Apple gives up $900m in deferred revenue to make Mavericks, other software free.
Graphics performance takes a step back even as everything else strides forward.
Plus a look at the new Apple products and the latest patent troll gossip,
Released 20 years ago today, the $2,099 Macintosh TV sold only 10,000 units.
Marathon overnight teardown session reveals substantially redesigned innards.
What does a free OS X release mean for consumers? We discuss.
Apple's software catches up with its hardware, improving on 10.8.5.
It's either a bug or Apple can't give its software away fast enough.
Other screens get sharper, faster, but iOS is more consistent for users and developers.
Apple has changed things in 10.9, but making a recovery drive is still possible.
Apple's latest OS arrived on Macs today... for free.
The small update also fixes iMessage and an iPhone 5S sensor calibration problem.
The new tablets fix the iPad's biggest problems, if you're OK with what they cost.
MacBook Pro hangs around long after the normal resolution party is over.
New thinner device keeps the same big retina display, will be available soon.