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Loaded with an incredible 5K display, the new iMac is a sight to behold. Just don't look at the price tag.
UpdatedApple's 2013 MacBook Air boasts new Intel Haswell processors for longer battery life, but with a lower clock speed.
UpdatedThe late 2013 model boasts the same slimline, lightweight design, but is it worth the asking price?
With faster flash, new generation Intel processors and up to 12 hours of cited battery life, the MacBook Air just got a whole lot better.
Apple's incredible Retina screen comes to its smaller MacBook Pro. But is it worth the rather large outlay?
The 2012 refresh gives Apple's most portable MacBook Pros an exciting upgrade, away from the Retina display on the 15-inch version.
As well as releasing the new Retina display MacBook Pro, Apple has also updated its regular MacBook Pro notebooks for 2012.
We test the 11-inch 2011 MacBook Air with an upgraded 1.8GHz processor and 256GB hard drive . It's awesome, but is it good enough for the £1,399 price tag?