The launch of a new generation of Apple MacBook Air means, amongst other things, that the old one will fall down in price.
The Cupertino-based firm has announced the winners of its annual Design Awards, which recognise iOS and Mac Apps that "raise the bar in design, technology, and innovation."
The recent Haswell architecture update from Intel came just on time to supercharge the MacBook Air and Mac Pro ranges.
If you don’t mind buying a refurbished model, then there are some stonking bargains around worth looking at on eBay.
The device does not come with the standard iSight camera, a decision that not only explains the lower price, but also that this model is specifically aimed at music lovers and gamers.
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty visited tech suppliers in Asia, who said multiple new iPhone models will begin production in June or July, ahead of a September release.
While Apple is selling the MacBook Air for more than £900 on its online outlet, Amazon is listing it with a huge discount.
At sixth place, Apple was the only tech firm in the top 10 of the annual Fortune 500 list, while Facebook made its debut in the countdown.
In advance of June's Worldwide Developer Conference, which will likely include news of iOS 7, rumours about what the revamped mobile OS will include are now hitting the web.
Those of you still hanging on to your first-generation iPhone may want to note that Apple will consider the once cutting-edge smartphone "obsolete" as of this June.
Apple is celebrating 10 years of iTunes with a blast-from-the-past timeline feature. "A Decade of iTunes" shows off the major milestones for the store, which officially launched back in April 2003.