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  1. I probably won’t buy a new MacBook Pro until Apple revives its own display line

    Apple has said it will once again make its own external monitors after having discontinuing its Thunderbolt Displays…

  2. Why app developers want free trials on Apple’s iOS App Store

    Independent developers have always been an important part of the App Store, fueling the iPhone with innovative ideas…

  3. Apple to give Siri new voice at WWDC? No. Old news

    Big wave of posts over the last day or so, all of them quoting this post…

  4. What use is Apple’s Mac mini, anyway?

    The Mac mini isn’t really so cheap…

  5. Americans place Apple distant third behind Amazon and Google in ‘positive impact on society’ survey

    Some 20 percent of Americans believe Amazon is having the most positive impact on society…

  6. Can Apple still make pro hardware?

    For many years, Apple was at the top of the creative pro hardware world…

  7. Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple could sell just 2 million HomePod units this year; ‘mulls’ low-cost model

    HomePod’s relatively high price has cut off a lot of the potential market…

  8. China Times echoes poor HomePod sales, says Apple has reduced orders to 200,000 per month

    Apple has reduced its HomePod shipment forecast to 200,000 units or less per month in the second quarter…

  9. Apple HomePod disappoints with weak sales after tardy debut that missed Christmas shopping season

    When Apple Inc.’s HomePod smart speaker went on sale in January, it entered a market pioneered…

  10. Why can’t Apple keep their products up-to-date?

    The new Mac Pro won’t be coming until 2019. The next Mac mini doesn’t even have a public timeline…

  11. Why is it taking Apple so long to update the Mac Pro?

    A year ago Apple responded to cries from pros using Mac hardware and held a damage limitation press conference…

  12. The Mac mini Pro: It wouldn’t take much for Apple to make the Mac mini into a modern, professional-level machine

    Think about the 2012 Mac mini. It’s the last nearly perfect desktop machine Apple has introduced…

  13. iOS iBoot source code was reportedly leaked by former low-level Apple employee who has more code not yet widely leaked

    On Wednesday, an anonymous person published the proprietary source code of a core and fundamental component…

  14. iBoot leak means it’s time to dump those old iPhones and iPads

    If you’re running an older iPhone or iPad that’s stuck on iOS 9…

  15. Apple: The leaked iOS source code is outdated

    Apple has responded to security concerns surrounding leaked iPhone source code…

  16. Apple took it down via a DMCA, but iOS iBoot code is now in the wild

    Critical, top secret Apple code for the iPhone’s operating system was posted on Github…

  17. iOS source code leak could be the worst Apple’s ever had to deal with

    Apple is used to fighting leaks about its upcoming products and OS releases…

  18. Whither Apple’s Mac mini?

    As bad as the Mac Pro’s lot in life has become, the Mac mini isn’t far behind it…

  19. Apple is off to a promising start with its new pro Mac lineup

    Impressive as it is, the iMac Pro isn’t for everybody…

  20. Apple’s sealed, non-upgradable iMac Pro is not as crazy as it seems

    For a very long time, I considered upgradability to be a non-negotiable aspect of any computer I bought…

  21. Apple tries again to sell professionals an all-in-one Mac

    On Thursday, Apple began sales of its iMac Pro, a more powerful version of iMac aimed a professional users…

  22. Apple CEO Cook: The Mac mini will be ‘important part’ of our future product lineup

    Apple’s Mac mini celebrated its third birthday this week, marking three years since the device was last updated…

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