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Gizmag runs down the highlights of Apple's very tail-heavy 2013 (original images: Shutterstock    )
Apple had no big announcements until WWDC in June (original: Shutterstock)
Right when the "Apple isn't innovating" chatter grew the loudest, several major media outlets mysteriously got tipped about an Apple smartwatch in development (original: Shutterstock)
iOS 7 brought a new flat design to Apple's mobile operating system
Apple's new Mac Pro is an impressive new take on the professional desktop
The iPhone 5s features a Touch ID fingerprint sensor
The iPhone 5c isn't the budget wunderkind many were asking for, but it's still a solid – and flashy – phone
The iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display were probably the most exciting new products Apple introduced in 2013
What does Apple have in store for 2014?
Apple's 2013 was, as the old song goes, a very good year. But it was also an unusual year, as CEO Tim Cook saved all of his product announcements for the last seven months, with most of them lumped right before the holidays. Join Gizmag, as we take a look back at the tail-heavy year that was for Apple.
Read the full article: 2013: The year Apple zeroed in on the holidays
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