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Welcome to the MacRumors Buyer's Guide.
- See also: Buyer's Guide (time-ordered)
This page provides a product summary for each Apple model. The intent is to provide our best recommendations regarding current product cycles, and to provide a summary of currently available rumors for each model.
Extra information and recommendations are available for each product on their individual Buyer's Guide pages, which are linked to at the top of that product's section on this page.
Disclaimer: This page is based on rumors and speculation and we provide no guarantee to its accuracy. We take no responsibility for purchase decisions made based on this information.
- Main article: iPod Buyer's Guide
The iPod is Apple's highly successful MP3 player range, which includes:
- iPod classic (high end, hard disk, screen)
- iPod touch (flash memory, touch screen)
- iPod nano (mid-range, flash memory, screen - now touch screen) - this replaced the hard disk based iPod mini
- iPod shuffle (low end, flash memory, no screen)
The iPod classic is the hard drive based iPod; it was previously simply known as the iPod.
The iPod nano is Apple's midrange iPod; it was previously known as the iPod mini
- Main article: Mac mini Buyer's Guide
The Mac mini is Apple's low end desktop.
- Main article: iMac Buyer's Guide
The iMac is Apple's all-in-one form factor desktop.
- Main article: Mac Pro Buyer's Guide
- Main article: MacBook Buyer's Guide
- Main article: MacBook Pro Buyer's Guide
- Main article: MacBook Air Buyer's Guide
- Main article: iPad Buyer's Guide
The iPad is Apple's tablet computer.
- Main article: iPhone Buyer's Guide
The iPhone is Apple's mobile smartphone.
Other Apple Products
Apple Cinema Displays
- Main article: LCD Buyer's Guide
The Apple Cinema Displays are Apple's range of LCD monitors.