Apple today announced that Windows users have downloaded more than one million copies of its new iTunes for Windows software in just three and a half days since its launch.
Apple today launched iTunes Music Store for both Mac and Windows users.
Apple today announced that Mac OSÂ® X version 10.3 â€œPanther,â€ the next major release of the worldâ€™s most advanced operating system.
Apple today introduced the all-new 15-inch PowerBook G4, offering an unrivaled mix of power and portability in a sleek aluminum design weighing just 5.6 pounds.
Apple announced that music fans have purchased and downloaded over ten million songs from the iTunes Music Store since its launch just over four months ago.
Apple today announced new 20GB and 40GB models of its best-selling iPod digital music player.
Apple introduced Safari 1.0, completing the wildly successful beta program which had nearly five million downloads since its initial release on January 7, 2003.
Apple introduced a major breakthrough in video conferencingâ€”the iChat AV software application and the iSight digital video camera.
Apple announced that music fans have downloaded over five million songs from the iTunes Music Store since its launch eight weeks ago today.
Apple today unleashed the worldâ€™s fastest personal computerâ€”the Power Mac G5â€”featuring the worldâ€™s first 64-bit desktop processor and the industryâ€™s first 1 GHz front-side bus.
Apple Computer announced it had cut prices on two of its popular PowerBook notebook computers by as much as $300, in a bid to spur more sales of the devices.
Apple today announced that its revolutionary iTunes Music Store sold over one million songs during its first week.
Apple launched the iTunes Music Store, an online music store that lets customers find, purchase and download the music they want for just 99 cents per song without subscription fees
Apple today introduced its third generation iPods, which hold up to 7,500 songs in a stunning enclosure that is lighter and thinner than two CDs.
For much of its sometimes fragile existence, Apple Computer Inc. has regarded Microsoft Corp.'s Windows empire as its chief rival.