Though we've never used it ourselves (hey, we're supposed to be Mac gurus, right?), Apple's One to One service for new Mac buyers seems like a great way for newbies to get up to speed -- but it might be a little less worth the money now.
If you believe the rumor mill, Apple executives will address developers on Monday morning and update almost their entire product line in the space of less than two hours. To avoid disappointment, just keep repeating: “It’s only a keynote… it’s only a keynote… it’s only a keynote…”
One of the most frequently asked questions we get from readers is whether or not it's the right time to purchase a new Mac. With the frequency that Apple updates its products (at least once a year, roughly), it can be a tough decision. I recall buying a last generation MacBook Pro two months before the unibody design upgrade and seriously kicking myself for not waiting two more months. Then again, back then I didn't know about Mac Rumors' Buyer's Guide.
If you like your Apple rumors vague and unsubstantiated, we’ve got a real doozy for you this fine Monday. A Japanese Mac-centric tech blog has suggested that as early as the end of this year, the Mac lineup may be quite different from what it is today, suggesting that they could even take another name entirely.