Here we highlight the then reasons why we love the iMac, and one reason why we don't. From the fact that Apple has fitted so much power in side the thin screen, to the beautiful design and the super fast graphics, along with everything that comes with OS X and the other services from Apple.
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In this regularly updated article, we'll bring you everything we know about the new version of Office for Mac so you can know exactly when the new Office for Mac is coming out. We also bring you a few of the rumours about the features you can expect to see in the new Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Finally we have some ideas of how the new Office for Mac will look, and we'll include any Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook for Mac images in this article. So sit back and relax we've got Office 2014 covered.
The CEO of France Telecom-Orange has said that Apple is more flexible and less arrogant than it used to be, but he is worried that the market is getting too crowded.
Sends out text to customers warning that update will cause problems
VP of Retail Jerry McDougal was said to be in the running for the head of retail job, but he has resigned to spend more time with his family
The new iMac made Apple’s self-selected deadline of a November release - but only by a margin about as thin as the new computer’s edges
In what has been described as "the biggest management shakeup at Apple since the Steve Jobs putsch that eliminated Gil Amelio in 1997" Apple's CEO Tim Cook is said to have fired Scott Forstall, described as an unpopular face at Apple, and held responsible for the disaster that was iOS 6 Maps, and the still in beta, inadequate Siri.
With the 21.5in iMac due to launch in November, and the 27in iMac launching in December you may be hoping to be in with a chance of getting one of Apple's new thinner iMacs in time for Christmas. Your chances don't look good.
It's currently trading at $666.80, but Apple is going to hit $1,000 a share by January 2014, and will hit $2,000 by the end of the decade, according to a report.
Apple has told its authorised resellers in Europe to dedicate more floor space to the iPad. The company has told its Apple Authorised Resellers that they have a deadline of September 12 to complete the work, hinting that the new iPad mini could launch soon.
Google already offers Google Wallet payments via Android phones and Microsoft is set to launch its own digital-wallet service, but Apple isn’t yet willing to enable credit card payments via the iPhone due to concerns about security.
Apple looks set to open its 15th store in Australia. The company is advertising for staff for its first store in Canberra.
An ex-employee revealed that people at Apple are “embarrassed by Siri”. Siri is Apple’s voice-recognition ‘PA’ feature on iPhones that has come under fire recently in a series of lawsuits that claim Siri doesn’t work as advertised.
A new Nvidia platform is in the works that could enable Android tablets to be priced at just $199, $200 less than Apple's entry-level iPad.
Kodak has accused Apple of trying to knock down the value of its patents so that it can buy them for less than their worth. Kodak claims its patents are worth $2.6 billion.