Apple has had a busy 2013. We've seen the release of the iPad Air, Retina iPad mini, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c as well as the launch of a new Mac Pro and an update to the iMac, Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.
As the year drew to a close, the Macworld team looked back on the big Apple news stories of the year: the legal victories and disasters, the major product launches and disappointing flops, the personal and corporate milestones, and the little stories that made us smile.
Here then, are links to the full set of '2013 in review' articles that we published at the end of last month. If you're feeling nostalgic about 2013 already, it's time to get reading.
We recap Apple's January 2013, including the Do Not Disturb dilemma, Steve Jobs' yacht's first outing, 40 billion iOS app downloads and iMac shipping delays.
Apple has had a busy 2013. Here, we recap Apple's February, which saw the firm accused of trashing the environment, and sued by one of its own stockholders.
March 2013, the month Apple had to stop selling the Mac Pro in Europe, Schiller tweeted against Android, and Woz advised Korean students.
Here, we recap Apple's April, which included software updates, Antennagate cheques, quarterly earnings call and leaked iPad Air parts that later proved to be real.
What did Apple get up to in May 2013? Plenty, from facing down the US Senate on tax affairs to setting out its stall for the rest of the year. Can't innovate any more, my ass.
June 2013, the month Apple was in court accused of price fixing ebooks, Tim Cook talks about inspiration, WWDC keynote features Mac Pro, Mavericks, iOS 7, and new MacBook Air launch.
Apple's July was a busy one, with lots of court appearances, several filed iWatch trademarks and an earnings call that revealed a 22% drop in profits.
August was a fairly quiet month for Apple, but there was still plenty of legal jousting.
September was dominated by the launch of the two new iPhones and iOS 7 download day numbered 200 million.
October's Apple event was an exciting and surprising one, bringing new iPads and Macs, as well as a free OS X upgrade and new software.
There were plenty of ups and downs in Apple's November 2013 from the legal (fresh damages awarded against rival Samsung) to the human (Apple stating once again its support for gay rights). Apple Maps also made its comeback, and a new mystery occupied us all.
The month that saw Apple finally launch the new Mac Pro, not that many have seen one yet