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Apple’s Mac mini production may be moved to the US

If sources in Apple’s supply chain are to be believed, the company will  be moving its Mac mini production lines to the US. Digitimes reports that Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) will take care of the establishment. Foxconn has roughly 15 operating bases in the US, and according to reports, it will soon begin hiring workers next year to …

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Q&A: MacFixIt Answers

MacFixIt Answers MacFixIt Answers is a feature in which I answer Mac-related questions e-mailed in by our readers. This week, readers wrote in with questions about a system not loading past the gray Apple screen, an external DVD player not working, how to switch to internal speakers with headphones attached, and trouble enabling X-Ray folder view in the Finder. I …

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Apple Removes Its Stupid Mac Ads From Its Homepage

Apple is known for making some of the best and unique advertisements in the advertising/tech history, which includes its popular ”1984” and “Think Different” ads. However, Apple’s latest advertisements about the Mac have received nothing but disappointment from tech blogs and Apple fanboysall over the world. The three commercials that have been broadcasted during the 2012 Olympics feel downright cheap and un-Apple. …

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Hands On With the iPad Mini

iPad Features Of iPad pple’s trying to create a new market with the iPad mini: premium small tablets. Its chief tools are the mini’s spectacular, nearly surreal build quality and its amazing array of apps. But unlike other Apple products, the mini isn’t necessarily a slam-dunk because of its high price and odd ergonomics. I spent a little while with it …

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Wow Apple’s Green Turnaround Makes Me Blue

“This was a mistake.” It’s not something we’re used to hearing from Apple, but the company’s abrupt turnaround on EPEAT green certification hasn’t exactly been textbook. The decision, first to opt out of having its Mac, iPad and other ranges rated, and then – in the face of consumer outcry – to push them back onto the scoreboard has been …

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