It's been some time since Apple did anything meaningful in desktops, and CEO Tim Cook has let Apple employees know that change is coming -- there are "great" desktops in Apple pipeline with "far better" performance.
Apple will cover repair and replacement of the iMac display hinge, as well as issue refunds to consumers who already obtained a repair, according to an internal announcement. Such repairs often cost more than $100.
Using third- and fourth-generation Apple iMacs, Jake Harms developed a unique method for turning old electronics into household items such as aquariums, clocks, and lamps, rather than simply trashing them.
The Indian government has announced it's relaxing its local sourcing rules that companies needed to follow if they wanted an official retail presence in the country. The rule changes could pave the way for Apple Stores.
Apple's time in court is far from done, as the company was sued by the California Institute of Technology for possible Wi-Fi patent infringement. The university called for a jury trial and a sales injunction against the offending products.
Apple's new iMac with Retina seems to have packed in so many pixels that it didn't leave room for future upgrades. Notorious tear-down specialist iFixit has slapped it with the lowest reparability score of any iMac.
With much of the hype over Apple's latest round of iOS devices finally coming to a lull, the company is starting to prepare some new Mac launches, 9to5Mac reports. One of them could be a new 21.5-inch iMac with 4K display.
Since 2009, Apple has been bundling the Magic Mouse and Wireless Keyboard with its iMac computers. FCC documents indicate the company is finally ready to replace them, but will it be to the benefit of users?
FCC listings published in recent days suggest Apple could be about to launch a refreshed Magic Mouse and wireless keyboard. The updated devices look set to include non-removable batteries and support Bluetooth LE 4.2.