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ANZ today announced it will offer Apple Pay to its five million customers in Australia. This enables ANZ card account holders to use their compatible iPhones to make …
We’ve been waiting for an update to Apple’s futuristic MacBook, and it’s finally here, delivering a dose of speed in a super svelte package. Is this still what the future looks like?
If you bought a MacBook yesterday, you may want to take it back and get a new one, because there’s a newly updated model in town with better stuff on the inside.
When Apple announces an event, you can be sure to expect some new products, and while its developers conference is pretty consistent each year, we have some expectations about what we’ll hear about.
We’re never going to be able to plug up every hole in every bit of software, but Apple’s solution to a new set of flaws Trend Micro has discovered is pretty simple: withdraw the app altogether.
“Finally,” say fans of the Apple iPad. “A new iPad Air is here.” But is Apple’s new iPad merely a follow-up or something more?
A small iPhone with the heart of a big one? It’s true, and it’s a pretty decent package, even if it took Apple long enough.
There’s no doubting that Apple’s design-oriented iPad Pro tablet is big, but what if you’re after a small pad for your ideas? Well there’s now an iPad Pro to match a smaller set of hands.
Apple hasn’t paid much attention to the smaller phone sizes of late, forcing iPhone owners to move to a bigger 4.7 or 5.5 inch device, but the older 4 inch iPhone has now been made new again.
Rumours have been swirling for a new iPhone, a new iPad, and possibly a new computer or two from the Apple camp, and come March 22 in Australia, we should know what’s going on.