The new iMacs will finally go on sale this Friday, but a new report from the supply chain indicates you'll want to act quickly if you want one -- they'll be in short supply for the remainder of the year and into early 2013.
In the wake of Apple's recent courtroom victory over Samsung, many pundits have been waiting for the other shoe to drop, assuming Cupertino will cut off the Korean manufacturer's component business -- turns out it's the other way around.
While iFixit tore apart the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display last week and quickly branded it as the least user-serviceable notebook they've ever seen, they still had one big component to get to: The Retina Display itself.
If you’ve ever hit the road with your iPad, then slipped on your polarized sunglasses to kick back and take in some reading, you’ve no doubt discovered a dirty little secret about gadgets -- but one expert says it doesn’t have to be that way.
While the iPad 2 and the iPhone 4 share a lot of the same DNA, there has been some debate as to how the tablet’s LCD screen holds up against its handheld sibling -- particularly regarding a small gap of air between the glass and the LCD panel itself. DisplayMate Technologies to the rescue!
Although the screen resolution of the next iPad continues to be the subject of much debate, a new batch of photos from a Chinese repair shop appear to show that the iPad 2 display will, at the very least, be thinner and lighter than the original model.