On Friday, June 19, Apple announced a new replacement program for the 3TB hard drive found in some iMac models.
Apple has seeded the first beta version of OS X 10.11 El Capitan to registered developers of its Developer Program.
Apple unveiled OS X during today’s WWDC 2015 Keynote address. With El Capitan, Apple hopes to refine the experience with simple and smarter ways to do things and improve performance by making under the hood tweaks.
After raising the prices of digital content like apps and games in many markets late last year, Apple followed yesterday’s event by hiking the prices of its hardware, too. In numerous countries, Macs, iOS devices, iPods, and more are now a little pricier than they were yesterday.
The arrival of Apple’s 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display wasn’t a big surprise when it’s all said and done, but a welcomed product nonetheless. Unfortunately, it’ll be missing one thing right out of the box.
A growing number of users have been hoping for a high-resolution desktop-class display from Apple over the years. While I was personally wanted to see a high-resolution Thunderbolt Display released, the announcement of the all-new iMac with Retina 5K display was equally, if not more, impressive than what I expected from Apple this afternoon.