Will Retina finally come to the MacBook? Yes, on certain models, says fresh speculation.
Apple has taken its Web site's online store down, saying it's updating it and will bring it back up "soon."
According to Boy Genius Report, Apple plans to unveil a software development kit at the Worldwide Developers Conference next week that will finally bring apps to the set-top box.
If you blinked, you may be out of luck. Tickets are already sold out for the June developer event, just announced this morning.
At its annual developers conference, Apple promises five days of details and insights on iOS and OS X Mountain Lion. Tickets sell out in just two hours.
One-time opponent to Apple's iPad newsstand will make 20 of its magazine titles available for subscription through the App Store.
The company also releases a mobile app for WWDC attendees, allowing them to stay up-to-date on events, sessions, and labs taking place at this year's conference.
A new version of iOS and new apps for maps and photo sharing may be among the items announced at this month's developers conference, says a Sterne Agee analyst.
CNET readers are excited about the new Retina Display MacBook Pro and much more.