Now that the first significant revision to Apple's Unix-based OS has reached end users, the company is apparently ready to spruce up its hardware - and specifically its sleek consumer and professional portable lines.
Steve Jobs' switch to the Seybold show compelled him and Apple to direct a concerted Mac OS X pitch to the constituency that still forms the hardest and most demanding core of Mac power users: publishing professionals.
Apple Computer's recent out-of-court settlement with a former employee who leaked details of its forthcoming hardware to the Web started me thinking again about a topic that's as old as the Mac itself: When does Apple's legendary veil of secrecy begin to
Late July and early August are the dog days of the Mac social calendar. But even if Apple eschews any out-of-category press conferences in the interim, there's still plenty of Mac news to chase out there.
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