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Apple rewards staff with $500 Mac cut, $250 iPad saving

Apple rewards staff with $500 Mac cut, $250 iPad saving

Apple employees may have to put up with migraine-inducing levels of secrecy and the overspill of "magical" product dust getting in their eyes, but up to $500 discounts off new hardware may go some way to alleviating any discomfort. Announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook at a Town Hall session with employees post-financial results this week, 9to5Mac reports, staff will be able to take advantage of up to $500 off of a new Mac or $250 off a new iPad.

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Apple’s iMac accounts for nearly one-third of all-in-one PC sales last year

Apple’s iMac accounts for nearly one-third of all-in-one PC sales last year

Apple has once again put up some impressive numbers on the board, this time in the PC sales department, where the company's iMac product lineup has accounted for virtually one-third of all-in-one PC sales last year, according to estimates by DisplaySearch research published in Bloomberg. All-in-one desktop PC sales grew 39% in 2010 to 14.5 million units, and among those desktop sales, Apple accounted for 32.9 percent, establishing it as, well, the largest all-in-one PC maker in the world.

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Apple TV-enabled iMac tipped for 2012 television attack

Apple TV-enabled iMac tipped for 2012 television attack

Apple could ease itself into the TV market by integrating Apple TV and iCloud functionality into an iMac-style all-in-one, one analyst has suggested, using a hybrid TV/computer in 2012 as a bridging step before its true Apple Televisions go on sale. The existing 27-inch iMac is a likely launch point, Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair wrote in a note this week, with the suggestion that "Apple's redesign of the iMac in the first half of 2012 will likely usher in some … TV capability into the iMac offering first," AllThingsD reports.

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Apple UK offers Black Friday cheap iPad and MacBook deals

Apple UK offers Black Friday cheap iPad and MacBook deals

Apple has kicked off its Black Friday UK sale, offering £31 off of its best-selling iPad 2 tablet, £81 off a MacBook or iMac, and dozens of discounts on Apple and third-party accessories. Described as a "special one-day Apple shopping event" - since the UK hasn't traditionally had Black Friday sales - the discounting is notable given how rarely the company agrees to slash its prices.

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Steve Jobs Passes Away, the world mourns a legend

Steve Jobs Passes Away, the world mourns a legend

Today we've learned a sad fact, as reported by Apple themselves, that Steve Jobs has passed away. In a statement published by Apple's Board of Directors it was announced that Jobs passing has of course brought sadness as well as reverence to the hearts of all that knew him. The world has lost a great mind and a great man, and we all mourn his passing with the utmost respect and honor.

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Apple Chief Designer Jonathan Ive Exhibit now in German Art Museum

Apple Chief Designer Jonathan Ive Exhibit now in German Art Museum

All the way over in Hamburg, Germany, there's a design exhibit being shown in their Museum of Arts and Crafts called "Stylectrical: On Electro-Design That Makes History" featuring 300 exhibits, over half of which are Apple products. Long time employee Jonathan Ive, currently Apple's Chief Designer, is the most prominently featured designer in this collection, right alongside former Braun designer lead Dieter Rams, an influence of design theories of both Ive and Steve Jobs. This Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe exhibit will examine "the complex development processes of industrial electrical design in a cultural studies context", and isn't the first time Apple products have been featured in a museum, though it is the first time that all of the projects worked on and/or supervised by Ive have been showcased under one roof.

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Apple readying sub-$1k iMac for education

Apple readying sub-$1k iMac for education

Apple is reportedly readying a sub-$1,000 iMac, primarily targeted at education and volume-purchase customers, for release later in August. The new model will have a 21.5-inch display like the current entry-level iMac, 9 to 5 Mac's sources tell them, but pair that with a cheaper, dual-core Intel 3.1GHz processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory and a 250GB hard-drive.

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