The new device, which rocks a 5-inch display, stereo speakers, and a bigger battery, is introduced amid speculation over the company's sale.
The company says its new G5 machines are faster than any Windows-based PC on the market, but some are questioning that claim. Also: Putting a price on Panther, Apple's new operating system.
special coverage At Macworld, the company plays up new iPods and a 17-inch flat-panel iMac. But it may find its .Mac Web services plan a hard sell.
Historians are painting a far-from-flattering portrait of the dot-com era and its players, who are engaged in an ugly game of finger-pointing aimed at placing responsibility elsewhere.