CNET News Daily Podcast: How desktops figure in a changing Apple landscape

It's been a year since the last refresh, but Apple has updated its desktop computer line. A lot has changed since then in the computing firmament.

The news was all about the new desktop computers out of Apple. The last time Apple refreshed its desktop line was a year ago. CNET News' Tom Krazit explains why it's taken so long and where desktop computers fit in with Apple's longer-range product strategy.
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