Hello all. I have been thinking for some time about building a technical reference library for Mac and Apple products. Mac OSX. iOS. Hardware and software. Mac troubleshooting. Etc. What do you think that the 10 or so best books to get started with such a project are?
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I understand this is an huge task, and that there is no book covering all Mac models, etc. So to put it in other words, what are in your opinion the best 5 or so technical books on Mac hardware (if there are any), Mac OSX, and perhaps iOS?
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