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  • News: New iPods: The unanswered questions

    After we posted our reviews of the new iPod shuffle, iPod nano, and iPod touch, Macworld US got questions from readers about things we didn't specifically cover in those reviews. Here are answers to some of those questions.

  • Opinion: Geeks bearing gifts

    If the first PC battle became entrenched into a divide between two proprietary desktop systems, the next will be in mobile computing.

  • Video: Apple unveils second-gen Apple TV

    Jobs admits first Apple TV 'wasn't a huge hit'

  • Video: Steve Jobs unveils new Apple TV

    Live footage of Apple's announcement

  • News: Apple announces new Apple TV

    Steve Jobs has announced the second-generation Apple TV, a small black box roughly 1/4 the footprint of the old one

  • News: Steve Jobs praises Apple Stores in Paris, Shanghai and London

    At today's annual music event in San Francisco, Steve Jobs spoke of his pride in the success of Apple's retail outlets. He took particular pleasure in describing the news stores in Paris, Shanghai, and London's Covent Garden.

  • News: Apple iTunes 10 takes on Twitter and Facebook

    At its annual music event today in San Francisco, Apple today announced iTunes 10, the next generation of its media-player and -download software.

  • News: Apple announces new iPods at annual music event

    At Apple's annual music event in San Francisco tonight, Steve Jobs announces redesigned versions of every flavour of Apple iPod. He demonstrated refreshed versions of the iPod shuffle, nano, classic and touch.

  • News: Steve Jobs introduces Apple iOS 4.1

    Steve Jobs today unveiled the latest update of Apple's mobile operating system: Apple iOS 4.1. iOS 4.1 launches today for iPhone, iPad and iPod.

  • News: Poll: One in five consider Macs 'superior to PCs'

    Just under one in five (19.8 percent) respondents to a PC Advisor poll stated that Apple Macs are "superior" to Windows PCs.

  • Video: The iPad-controlled helicopter camera

    AR.Drone wirelessly streams video back to the iPad

  • News: Poll: One in five plan to buy Apple Mac

    A PC Advisor poll has found that an astonishing 18.4 percent of respondents plan to buy an Apple Mac.

  • News: Wozniak recalls early days with Jobs at Apple

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak shared memories about memory on Thursday at the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, California.

  • News: Apple iPad 2 coming by end of 2010

    Apple is readying another tablet similar to the iPad but with a 7-inch touchscreen for launch as early as the end of this year, according to a major Taiwanese newspaper

  • News: 5 ways Apple iTV will be a good buy for your business

    Apple's foray into television, a set-top box with iOS, is now rumored to be called iTV, and it may have benefits for business owners. While many have already labeled set-tops as strictly for recreational video or gaming, their potential business uses seem to be ignored.

  • News: Apple releases brightness fix for new 21.5in iMacs

    Has your new 21.5-inch iMac been having display brightness issues? Well, then, you may want to check out the iMac (Mid 2010) Display Brightness Update 1.0 from Apple, released Thursday afternoon.

  • How-Tos: How to restore an iPhone

    I've bought a number of apps for my iPhone via iTunes and the App Store. To avoid draining the battery by downloading apps directly to the handset, I'd like to connect my iPhone to my Windows XP PC using USB and transfer them over. However, when I connect the phone its icon doesn't appear on the desktop (although it does charge up). I've tried updating iTunes, restarting the PC and using a different USB port, all to no avail.

  • News: Apple files patent for iBike

    Apple has applied for a patent for a bicycle concept.

  • Opinion: Inside Apple's new Covent Garden shop

    This Saturday, Apple will open its latest retail shop - this one in London's bustling Covent Garden. Unlike the opening of, say, a boring BlackBerry shop, this event stirs the interest of media and public alike.

  • News: Photos: Apple Store Covent Garden

    On Saturday Apple opens its latest London store in the tourist-friendly environs of Covent Garden, just metres away from a Disney Store selling Steve Jobs-approved Pixar merchandise.

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