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The top 10 Apple stories of 2015

As 2015 draws to a close, we take a look at the top Apple stories of the year.

Don't expect a hybrid between MacBooks and iPads anytime soon

If you're holding out for a converged tablet and MacBook, it's not happening anytime soon, Apple says.

Does the iPad Pro outperform the MacBook or Surface Pro 4?

Looking at benchmark tests, the iPad Pro is a surprisingly powerful tablet.

'Little birdies' say Apple won't hold an October iPad event

Could it be true that Apple will only hold one event during the fall of 2015?

The AppAdvice week in review: Cupertino discusses Apple Watch, the new MacBook and ResearchKit

This week, we learned when Apple Watch would be released. We also saw the new MacBook, ResearchKit, and more.

Waterfield Designs announces Zip Briefcase for the 12-inch MacBook

One of our favorite accessory makers has announced a briefcase for the new 12-inch Macbook.

AppAdvice Daily: Everything you need to know from the Apple special event

Learn everything you need to know from the Apple's Spring Forward event, on today's AppAdvice Daily.

Apple unveils a new, thinner 12-inch MacBook

Apple’s Spring Forward Event revealed a new MacBook and refreshes to the Air and 13-inch Pro lineup.

Leaked photos show purported display of Apple's rumored 12-inch MacBook Air

A set of leaked images claim to show the display of Apple’s long-rumored 12-inch MacBook Air ultraportable notebook computer.

Quanta reportedly going on hiring sprees for 12-inch MacBook Air and Apple Watch

Apple’s rumored 12-inch MacBook Air could be launched within the next couple of months.

Lawsuit filed against Apple over allegedly faulty MacBook logic boards dismissed by judge

The proposed class action lawsuit filed last May against Apple over allegedly faulty MacBook logic boards has just been dismissed.

Apple takes us behind the scenes of its holiday-themed ad, 'The Song'

Apple has just shared a new video showing the making of its recently released holiday-themed TV ad.

Apple tugs at heartstrings with new holiday TV ad 'The Song,' featuring Mac, iPhone and iPad

"With a Mac, iPhone or iPad you have the power to create thoughtful, emotional gifts and memories that transcend time."

Apple's Late 2014 MacBook could feature Intel's Core M Broadwell processor

Intel's new Core M Broadwell processor could be featured in the next MacBook.

A new report says Apple’s OS X Yosemite will arrive in October

A 12-inch Retina MacBook and a higher-resolution desktop are also in the pipeline.

Apple might delay launch of rumored 12-inch Retina MacBook until early 2015

Apple could be forced to defer the launch of its rumored 12-inch MacBook on account of delays affecting Intel's Broadwell chips.

Apple Rumored To Shift Back To Samsung For Thin Glass LCD Production

Apple's next line of iDevices could include Samsung Displays, after all.

New Illuminated Keyboard Design Could Mean Even Thinner MacBooks

The patent for an “in-plane keyboard illumination system,” was published today, April 25, by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

With One Day To Go, Our ‘iPad Mini’ Event Roundup

Here is the latest news on what to expect at Apple's "iPad Mini" event.

Could Apple Be Planning On Launching An iPad Powered By OS X?

Back in 2010, Tristan Schaap - a student who had spent a 12 week internship with Apple - wrote a thesis which detailed his time spent with Apple's Platform Technologies Group. Though the thesis was originally embargoed due to its sensitive subject-matter, it is now available to view: in it, Schaap details Apple's experimentation regarding the company's OS X operating system, and its ARM processors - suggesting that at the time, Apple might have been considering launching an iPad powered by Mac OS X.

iWake With AppAdvice For Thursday Now Available

Good morning! Today's iWake is now available. Have a listen ...

Apple's Magic Touch

The masters of touch computing are on course to let you control every device they make, simply by touch. While that sounds cool, what does Apple really have up their sleeve?