In what has become a sort of holiday tradition, Apple on Thursday released its fifth annual 12 Days of Christmas app for international customers, with free digital content slated to start rolling out on Dec. 26.
Apple on Thursday issued updates for three of its applications geared toward video professionals: Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5, and Compressor 4.
A new version of the Apple TV software was made available for second- and third-generation set-top boxes on Thursday.
Apple rolled out a clever print campaign for its iPad mini on Tuesday, with the new ads showcasing the tablet's small size by reproducing the cover of the magazine in which the spot is running on what appears to be an actual size representation of the device.
Whispers that Apple virtually shut down its pro audio team have been debunked by the well-informed Jim Dalrymple, who offered his trademark "nope" response to the rumors.
Apple on Tuesday released Thunderbolt Firmware Update v1.1, which patches a problem that caused some MacBook Pros and Thunderbolt cables to experience malfunctions when connecting to a bus-powered peripheral.
Canadian cellular providers Virgin and Bell will reportedly start unlocking all iPhone models for a nominal fee of $75 starting Monday, adding to three other carriers in that country that offer identical services.
Mozilla on Monday announced that the latest beta of its popular Firefox browser supports the high-resolution display found in Apple's 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display models.
With estimated shipping times for the iPhone 5 now improved to one week, Apple is reportedly set to expand its latest handset to Taiwan on Dec. 14.
Wal-Mart on Monday updated its website with fresh inventory of all six configurations of the AT&T-ready iPad mini. Each come with the option of free shipping or store pickup, where available.
In addition to discounts on Macs renewed from Black Friday, the sale also offers an assortment of discounted hard drives, displays, micro drives, software, gps systems, and digital cameras.