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Mac Pro “how it’s made” video details Apple factory process

Mac Pro “how it’s made” video details Apple factory process

Apple has released a two-minute video showing a picturesque overview of how it manufactures the Mac Pro 2013. The video takes viewers from the shell stamping through the circuit board printing to the final product. The release of the video was timed to coincide with the official announcement of the upcoming release of the Mac Pro 2013, which happened yesterday.

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Apple Store online refreshed with iPad Air, Mac Pro 2013, new MacBook Pros

Apple Store online refreshed with iPad Air, Mac Pro 2013, new MacBook Pros

Apple has just updated its online store with the new products it has been officially unveiling today at the iPad event we've been liveblogging. Most notably, Apple has eliminated the 15-inch MacBook Pro with optical drive, but kept on the 13-inch version due to its popularity among students. Featured front and above the fold, the iPad Air commands the refreshed store.

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Mac Pro 2013 hands-on

Mac Pro 2013 hands-on

Back when Apple first teased the Mac Pro 2013 at WWDC 2013 earlier this year it gave us few details and even less of a chance to get our hands on the barrel-shaped powerhouse. This time around, we have pricing, a release date, and even the chance to get our grubby fingers on the new Mac Pro's casing and its internal parts, thanks to a splayed-out disassembly showing the innovative new cooling core system. Read on for some first-impressions of the most powerful Mac you can carry with one hand.

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Mac Pro 2013 release set for December

Mac Pro 2013 release set for December

We saw some details in terms of numbers and we saw what appears to be a plan to allow Apple to serve up huge numbers for Mavericks. If you missed that bit, Apple announced that OS X 10.9 Mavericks will be released for free later today. But in addition to talk of Mavericks, Apple then went on to talk about the Mac Pro, which is going to be arriving in December.

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Apple Event Live Stream appears for Safari and Apple TV

Apple Event Live Stream appears for Safari and Apple TV

There's a live stream out there today for the iPad 5 event as dropped by Apple this morning. This stream works on Safari web browsers for multiple platforms and can be viewed with Apple TV through the Apple Events channel. If you're all about watching the live video and seeing photos and commentary in text form, we've also got a live blog of this event for you to have a peek at.

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Apple iPad 5 event predictions: iPad mini 2, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro 2013

Apple iPad 5 event predictions: iPad mini 2, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro 2013

Tomorrow morning an Apple event is set to take off bringing on a set of new devices starting, first and foremost, in the iPad arena. The 5th generation iPad is tipped to appear alongside the 2nd generation iPad mini, both of them ready to work with iOS 7 right out of the box. The desktop and mobile laptop environments are also tipped to be getting an update with the MacBook Pro lineup receiving 4th generation Intel Core technology (Haswell) alongside a final push for the Mac Pro 2013 to stores.

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Apple Oct 22 iPad event: what to expect

Apple Oct 22 iPad event: what to expect

The next big Apple event will take place the 22nd of October and it'll be featuring several new pieces of hardware. Amongst these are a new iPad, a new iPad mini, and quite possibly a flow of new information on the 2013 edition of the Mac Pro and a set of new MacBook Pros as well - right in time for OS X Mavericks. This event was announced with an invitation with colorful leaves falling on an Apple logo that simply suggested that "we still have a lot to cover."

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Apple iPad event Oct 22nd confirmed: iPad mini 2 and iPad 5 expected

Apple iPad event Oct 22nd confirmed: iPad mini 2 and iPad 5 expected

Apple has sent out invites for an October 22nd event, where we're expecting to see the Cupertino company reveal the new iPad mini 2 and iPad 5. The event, which has the tagline "We still have a lot to cover", will be held in San Francisco, and has been widely predicted for some time now, though could still hold a few surprises depending on what extras Apple chooses to bring on stage, with chatter that the new Mac Pro 2013 might also make an appearance.

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iPad 5 anticipation high ahead of October 22nd Apple event

iPad 5 anticipation high ahead of October 22nd Apple event

There's little doubt at this point whether or not there will be an October 22nd event held by Apple that will, in turn, be the first official home for the 5th generation iPad. Seeing an original leak from AllThingsD then a simple "Yep" from the likes of The Loop's Jim Dalrymple, this event will almost certainly center on not only the newest full-sized iPad, but the 2nd generation iPad mini as well. These devices will converge on aesthetic design this time around, both appearing much more like the original iPad mini industrially than the original iPad or iPad 2.

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Apple iPad event October 22 tipped: iPad mini 2, iPad 5, Mac Pro

Apple iPad event October 22 tipped: iPad mini 2, iPad 5, Mac Pro

Apple's big iPad launch event will take place on Tuesday, October 22, insiders claim, with the Cupertino firm tipped to not only reveal the new iPad mini 2 and iPad 5, but bring the new Mac Pro 2013 on-stage as well. The leaked date, according to AllThingsD's sources, will also see OS X Mavericks on the agenda, as Apple refreshes its high-end desktop and tablet ranges.

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Apple Can’t Rely On Design Forever

Apple Can’t Rely On Design Forever

Apple’s executives are out in full force this week, talking about their company’s unique ability to deliver designs that people love. With Jonathan Ive at the design helm, Apple believes that it can continue to be the most successful device maker in the world simply because its “eye” is better than that from other users.

But I’m here to tell Apple, its fans, and everyone else that thinks the company is invincible one very important thing: the design dominance cannot be relied on forever.

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Apple event today – we’re liveblogging starting at 10AM PST

Apple event today – we’re liveblogging starting at 10AM PST

In a very short amount of time we'll be headed to Cupertino to have a look at what Apple will be offering up in their newest event - starting at 10AM PST. You'll be able to follow along with SlashGear the whole event long through our SlashGear liveblog portal, complete with all the content you'll need to have the news first. Then you'll also want to follow along with our Apple hub, with up-to-the-minute news blasts also coming to you straight from Apple headquarters in California!

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