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wwdc2016-200x200 Apple Opens Lottery for 2016 WWDC...
Today Apple confirmed what Siri already knew. The company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference for 2016 will take place Monday, June 13 through June 17 at the Moscone West Convention...

USB-C Dock commercial Apple’s 12-Inch MacBook Gets Update with...
Apple quietly announced Tuesday that it has released new versions of its 12-inch MacBook with the latest Intel processors, improved graphics performance, faster flash storage and an additional hour of...

IMG_4048 WWDC Dates Announced by Siri, Will...
A reliable source reports that Apple has made its 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference dates official. When asked about WWDC, Siri answers that the conference will be held June 13...

Is the End of OS X...
For a brief amount of time, Apple’s Environmental Q&A webpage contained what could be a big hint, a possible tease, an Easter egg, a devious clue … or maybe...

Happy Birthday, Apple! Watch 40 Years...
It started in 1976 as a three-man team consisting of Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, which worked primarily out of a Los Altos, California garage. And in...

Deeper Dive: Another Look at the...
The March 21 “Let Us Loop You In” Apple event might have been a bit of a disappointment to some, since a lot of the Apple product line was ignored....

March 21 2016 Apple Event Invitation iPad, iPhone and ‘Liam’: We Loop...
Update: Click here for a deeper dive into Apple’s latest hardware announcements. As has become a March tradition, Apple once again held a spring event to show off the...

Apple-Logo-black Preview: What to Expect at Apple’s...
On Monday, March 21, 2016 at 10 AM PDT/1 PM EDT, Apple-watchers around the world will be glued to their Macs, iPhones and iPads to watch a live-streamed event...

Apple-Logo-black Apple Ready to ‘Loop You In’...
Apple delivered media invites today for its long-rumored spring event at its 1 Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California. Tim Cook & Co. will discuss new products/services at 1...

macbook_pro_2012_2013 Get More Life from Your ‘Obsolete’...
In December, Apple announced that it had designated the Late 2009 iMac, Mid 2009 MacBook Air, Early 2009 Mac Pro as “vintage”, and the Early 2008 MacBook and MacBook...