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Dan has been writing about all things Apple since 2006, when he first started contributing to the MacUser blog. Since then he's covered most of the company's major product releases and reviewed every major revision of iOS. In his "copious" free time, he's usually grinding away on a novel or two.

Apple's iPhone Event Live Blog

Join us now as Macworld reveals what Apple has up its sleeve for the iPhone, iCloud, and iOS5.

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Live Update: WWDC Keynote Address

The Macworld team will be at the Moscone Center on Monday as Steve Jobs delivers the keynote address at Apple's 2011 Worldwide Developers Conference. Topics include the latest Mac OS X Lion, iCloud, and iOS 5. Join us for live coverage of the event as it happens.

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Hands on with iPad 2

We got to spend some quality time with the iPad 2. Here's what we learned.

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A Thinner, Faster iPad 2 Ships March 11

The next iPad will have a dual-core processor, an up to two-times faster CPU, with up to nine-times faster graphics. Pricing starts at $499. iPad 2 also will be one-third thinner than iPad 1 and will sport built-in front and rear-facing cameras and an iOS 4.3 update.

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'Installed' Apps, the Mac App Store, and You

If you've spent some time browsing the aisles of the new Mac App Store, you've probably come across software marked as "Installed"--despite the fact that you...

NPR News 3.0 Update Brings Archive Search, More

News junkies in need of their fix can fire up the App Store and grab the updated 3.0 version of the NPR News app, which arrived on Thursday.

Apple Patches Security Hole in Mac OS X Server 10.6.5

Apple on Monday issued a new version of Mac OS X 10.6.5 Server, superseding the update that was released last week. The new build, 10H575 contains a security...

Apple Temporarily Fixes FaceTime Security Vulnerability

In the wake of privacy concerns, Apple has moved to fix its recently released FaceTime application for the Mac to block access to a potential security hole.

Live Update: Back to the Mac

Apple is hosting a ‘Back to the Mac’ event in Cupertino on Wednesday, Oct. 20. The event kicks off at 10 a.m. Pacific next Wednesday, and Macworld will, as always, be providing live, blow-by-blow coverage of Apple’s latest announcements.

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Remains of the Day: Apple and Facebook--'it's Complicated'

With less than 24 hours left before Steve Jobs takes the stage (arguably for the second time this week), questions are rampant: Is Apple buying Facebook? (It...

Google, RIM Attempt to Outspin Jobs

When Steve Jobs talks, people listen. Of course, that's no guarantee they'll like what he says, especially when it's their business he's ragging on. The Apple...

Apple to Host Oct. 20 'Back to the Mac' Event

Apple has announced a Mac-focused event for next week dubbed “Back to the Mac.”

Apple Releases Redesigned iPod Nano, Shuffle

Steve Jobs unveiled an overhaul of its iPod lineup including redesigned iPod nano, shuffle, and a iPod Touch with Retina display

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D.A. Withdraws Warrant After Deal With Gizmodo Editor

On Thursday, a day before Apple CEO Steve Jobs held a press conference about the iPhone 4's antenna problems, the San Mateo County District Attorney's office...

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Hands on With IPhone 4

As Steve Jobs would have it, the iPhone 4 unveiled Monday represents the biggest revision for the iPhone since the device's original 2007 release. Looking back...

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