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Apple’s new iMacs are the high-end desktop computers Mac fans have been waiting for — and they’re available now for $1,299 and up
Apple came out with a couple new iMac computers. Here are the specs, prices, and availability for the new iMacs.
Apple has refreshed the iMac with new processors that should offer better multitasking and speedier graphics performance.
Apple products have always been expensive. But over the last year, they've taken a step toward exorbitant.
Apple is holding a four-day shopping event that kicks off on Black Friday.
Rumors and reports suggest the company has new AirPods and other products in the works, but it didn't choose to unveil them Tuesday.
Microsoft has unveiled the $3,499 Surface Studio 2, its super-powerful and gorgeous new competitor to the Apple iMac
Meet the Microsoft Surface Studio 2, an update to Microsoft's first-ever desktop PC. The new model has a brighter screen with better contrast, plus updated graphical hardware and newer processors.
39 photos that show how Steve Jobs saved Apple from disaster and set it on the path to a $1 trillion valuation
Apple is worth $1 trillion today. But when Steve Jobs returned to Apple, the company was in dire straits.
Apple’s next major update to the Mac, ‘Mojave’, is now available for free in beta — here’s all the new stuff it comes wi...
Apple debuted the next major update to MacOS earlier this year: It's named "Mojave," and is planned to launch this fall. But a free beta version is available now, months early. It brings a few major updates and a lot of small changes.
Twenty years after Steve Jobs released the iMac, Apple’s famous line of computers account for only a tenth its business
Once upon a time, the Mac saved Apple from fading into nothingness, but Apple's growing list of products and its app store sales have diminished the Mac's contribution to the company's top line.
Watch Steve Jobs launch the computer that put Apple on track to becoming the world’s most valuable public company
20 years ago, Apple was in tough shape when Steve Jobs returned to the company. One computer, the iMac, put Apple back on track.