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Apple iPhone-and-more event in pictures

Apple iPhone-and-more event in pictures

At its September 9 media event, Apple is expected to show off updates to the iPad and Apple TV along with the latest iPhones. Here's our scene-by-scene view from the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

September 9, 2015 by in Apple

Friday's Mac Product Watch

Friday's Mac Product Watch

Today's lineup includes a revamp of AOL Instant Messenger clone AIMM; SkyTag's FileBuddy 6.1, complete with bug fixes; and the latest version of FabienOctave's BeHierarchic utility that adds submenus to the Apple Menu.

June 14, 2001 by in Apple

OS 9 draws Apple shoppers

OS 9 draws Apple shoppers

The launch of Mac OS 9 drew users across the country to their local Mac dealers last weekend and offered resellers and Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) representatives an opportunity to show off iMacs, iBooks and other new Mac hardware.Mac retail outlets told MacWEEK their OS sales were brisk throughout the weekend.

October 26, 1999 by in Apple

Mac dealers: iBooks in short supply

Mac dealers: iBooks in short supply

Even as Apple Computer Inc. (aapl) finds itself awash in an inventory sea of Power Mac G4 Cubes, dealers in the United States, Canada, and the UK are wondering why they haven't been able to get their hands on 366MHz or 466MHz iBook models for three weeks or more.

November 5, 2000 by in Apple

Commentary: Open source's black hole

Commentary: Open source's black hole

The year's Big Lie is the assertion that Apple has embraced open source software. Sure, Apple's nextgeneration OS X is based on its Darwin project, which is based on the open source Mach operating system.

May 1, 2001 by in Apple

Comdex is for Macs, too

Comdex is for Macs, too

Apple Computer Corp. (Nasdaq:AAPL) doesn't have a booth at this week's Comdex show in Las Vegas, but a host of third-party developers are showing new products that work with the Mac, including monitors, drives, accelerator cards and other hardware.

November 16, 1999 by in Apple