Today Apple introduced new versions of its very popular all-in-one iMac desktop computer. The new models boast incredible 21.5-inch and 27-inch LED-backlit displays with a 16:9 aspect ratio, ideal for watching – and creating – high definition movies, editing photos, or making any kind of digital media. The improved larger displays make it easier to […]

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Today Apple quietly updated both the AirPort Extreme Base Station and Time Capsule Wi-Fi Base Station/wireless hard drive. Both features improvements in antenna design that provide up to 50 percent better Wi-Fi performance and 25 percent better range than with the previous-generation models. Also, both devices are now certified to the 802.11n specification. Previously, they […]

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After the market closed on Monday, Apple announced fourth-quarter profits that were simply stunning. Net quarterly profits were up more than 46 percent to $1.67 billion, on revenue of $9.87 billion. Apple sold 3.05 million Macs (the most ever in a quarter) along with 7.4 million iPhones (up 7% from the year-ago quarter) and 10.2 […]

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Ever since Greenpeace rated Apple’s environmental record very poorly some years ago, Apple’s commitment to the environment has evolved quite a bit. I see thousands of Apple boxes pass through our warehouse every month, and it seems with each product introduction the packaging gets smaller and smaller. The unibody laptops are packaged in a redesigned […]

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We’ll be posting our own review of Snow Leopard next week after we get to spend some quality hands-on time with it. In the meantime, here are some reviews from around the web: Wired.com – 6 Things You Need to Know About Mac OS X Snow Leopard Gizmodo – Snow Leopard Review: Lightened and Enlightened […]

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Apple just released two firmware updates: one addressing Bluetooth issues and one addressing disconcerting noises and system slowdowns in MacBook Pros with 7200RPM internal hard drives. Both updates can be downloaded directly from Apple, or by running your Mac’s Software Update application. You can launch Software Update by clicking on the Apple icon in the […]

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is 59 today. Here are some highlights from his 59 years: April 1, 1976: Wozniak and Steve Jobs found Apple (Happy April Fool’s Day!) 1976: Apple releases the Apple I, designed and built by Wozniak 1977: Apple releases the Apple II 1980: Apple goes public 1981: Wozniak is involved in an […]

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Apple has added a 2TB Time Capsule to their line today, and it’s available for $499—the former price of the 1TB Time Capsule. The 1TB Time Capsule has dropped to $299. What is a Time Capsule? It’s a hard drive and AirPort Base Station in one. You can back up your hard drive over your […]

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Along with Logic Studio, today Apple introduced a new version of Logic Express. I’ve used Logic Express 8 for about 14 months, and I absolutely love it. It was a perfect step up from Garageband. I found it relatively easy to use and very powerful. Logic Express looks to be even better, and still affordable […]

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