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Apple has shown that they don't want to address this market, presumably because the margins are thin. And the demand probably isn't as strong as geeks like to think: most businesses buy Windows PCs for their employees, and most consumers buy laptops
But the poor Mac Prothe one product that hasn't seen a significant update in years hasn't really received its fair share of rumor mongering. It's almost as if we've given up on the old fella. (Sometimes it seems as though Apple has, too: The Mac Pro
It's the last full week of July, which means Apple has seven days to release its new operating system for Mac, also known as OS X Mountain Lion. The OS was announced in February, and Apple discussed Mountain Lion at greater length last month at its
Before MacBooks and iMacs received quad-core processors, creative and business professionals used Apple’s premiere hardware product, the Mac Pro. To summarize, the Mac Pro is a gigantic desktop computer supporting 8 and
Stay connected with cutting edge technology news Sample Apple sales executives believe the Mac Pro's days are numbered, at least in its current form. The current Mac Pros are eight-pound towers that feature 12-core Intel processors that operate at 2.
It's been nearly two years since the last refresh of Mac OS X (Snow Leopard), and rumors earlier this week pointed to a Mac OS X Lion release date of July 14, coinciding with a MacBook Air and Mac Pro refresh, as well, but none of that happened
Earlier this month, Apple issued to developers the " Gold Master" build of Mac OS X Lion, which is the reference model before the final version of hardware and software hits the store. All rumors and indications point toward a release near the end