A new rumor suggests that Apple will be bringing its ProMotion Liquid Retina XDR display to the iMac and an external monitor.
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Apple has confirmed some details about charging on the new MacBook Pro.
Apple held back one new product at the "Unleashed" event: A $19 Polishing Cloth.
Mark Gurman of Bloomberg has weighed in with his predictions for the redesigned MacBook Pro that will likely arrive at Apple's "Unleashed" event.
A new leak shows a MacBook Pro screen array with a cutout for the front camera.
Speculation has been that Apple will release new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros at this event.
Robotics student Ken Pillonel has posted a short video showing an iPhone with a USB-C port instead of Lightning.
Ben Geskin has tweeted an image showing a pill-shaped selfie cam for the TrueDepth sensors in the iPhone 14.
Apple is gearing up to launch some of its most anticipated products of the year as the attention shifts from the iPhone to the Mac.
Apple has filed an appeal in the Epic case, citing "unintended downstream consequences."
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