More Reports Confirm Retina iPad Mini Not Launching Until 2014

On Friday reports suggested that Apple's Retina-ready iPad mini wouldn't be launching until 2014 and DigiTimes has released a new report today confirming that...

OS X Mavericks Wallpaper Hints At Retina iMac, Thunderbolt Display

Apple published a huge wallpaper image of its Mavericks design on its website yesterday, which seems to hint at upcoming Retina iMacs and Thunderbolt...

Just How Cyclical Is This Recycled Rumor Mill Garbage?

It's that time of year again. iPad announcements a looming, barely in sight on the horizon. If you're the type that pays attention to...

Is “Project Azalea” The Codename For Apple’s Massive U.S.-Based Chip Factory?

New York, California, Texas, and Oregon are reportedly competing to host a major semiconductor manufacturer with ties to Apple that will produce chips for...

Apple Supply Chain Reportedly Shipping New 13-Inch Retina MacBook Pros And...

Apple's upstream supply chain has reportedly begun shipping new 13-inch MacBook Pros with Retina display and updated all-in-one iMacs, sources claim. According to reports,...

Finally, looks like it’s going to be October for the new...

So we are all waiting on the realease of the next iPhone and iOS 5.  We know it will be this fall, but just...

Rumor: New MacBook Pros coming as early as Feb. 24th

There are multiple rumors going around the internet today (and last night) about the imminent release of MacBook Pros next week. According to...

Former Apple TV Engineer: ‘Those New Apple TV Designs Were Tossed...

An interesting tweet by Michael Margolis, a former Apple TV engineer at Apple Inc., popped up in our Twitter feed this evening, and we...

Is A 13-Inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display Already In Production?

According to new rumors, a new MacBook Pro with Retina display is reportedly in production. This time, though, it will be a smaller 13.3-inch...

Mac Pro refresh to be equipped with a custom CPU and...

When Apple announced that they were going to kill off the Xserve, many enterprises clamored against the decision and wanted some sort of solution...