Attackers could have complete control of your Coldplay and U2 collection
Fruity cargo cult Apple has admitted that its faultless, super-cool, operating system which rules across all its devices has a feature that allows a naughty person to take control of the machine.
Yeah it is thin so what?
Apple has released a new design of its all-in-one iMac and while the Tame Apple Press has creamed itself on cue about things like thinness and colours it does not look like anyone really thought about what they were writing.
Didn’t even bother changing the design
The fruity cargo cult Apple showed its commitment to direct users by releasing a refresh of its iMacs which are not much better than the already out of date versions on the market.
IFixit teardown reveals "flexibility"
A new iFixit teardown has revealed that Apple's new 4K 21.5-inch iMac has both removable RAM and a Kaby Lake processor that's not soldered onto the logic board.
Server grade Xeon iMac arriving in Q4
According to sources within the Taiwanese supply chain, Apple is preparing to begin production on the 2017 refresh of its iMac desktop lineup in the second half of the year. The company is also testing a new server-grade iMac for enterprise users to take on Microsoft’s Surface Studio competitor.
Details under wraps, will not be shipping this year
During a low-key Mac Pro refresh announcement among a handful of journalists in a white building near its Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday, Apple mentioned details on a new company-branded “Pro” display lineup to accompany its iMac and top-end workstations.
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has put the brakes on the next instalment for the iMac PC line-up because it wants to install Intel’s new Kaby Lake.
New iMac with Retina 5K display
Apple has unveiled its newest 15-inch MacBook Pro which includes both AMD Radeon R9 M370X GPU, the Force Touch technology. It has also been showing off a new US $1,999 priced iMac with Retina 5K display.
Or a $250 cheaper R9 M290X option