Happy New Year!

It’s already Wednesday, January 1, 2014 in some parts of the world. In fact, New Year’s Day is now half over in Kiritimati (Christmas Island) – greetings from the past!

As we post this, we still have 7 more hours to go, but regardless of when it rolls around the globe to you, MacDailyNews wishes everyone a happy, healthy, and successful 2014!

We believe an extremely eventful year is about to begin for Apple. Even more so than 2013 which, in the end and despite the Apple naysayers, was actually quite eventful with OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, new MacBook Airs, new MacBook Pros, the all-new Mac Pro, the world’s first 64-bit iPhone, the world’s first 64-bit tablets in iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display, the dawn of the iBeacon revolution, iTunes Radio, Logic Pro X, next-gen iWork and iLife apps for OS X and iOS, iWork for iCloud beta, the China Mobile deal, and more. Wow, a lot really did happen in 2013!

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With the rumor mill already chock full and Apple CEO Tim Cook promising “big plans that customers are going to love,” 2014 is primed to be an amazing record year for Apple, and we can hardly wait!

Happy New Year!


  1. Happy New Year MDN and to all of the wonderful posters on this site. May each and every one of you have a healthy and Happy New Year. Looking forward to what Apple will be rolling out during the new year.

    1. Moot point, but, interesting. Consider the calendar itself, long overdue for a complete overhaul. It’s nicely mathematical, in a hemispherically biased manner, to place the Vernal Equinox at the start of the year- looks just like a clean sine wave on a sidereal graph.

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