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Apple releases a dock for its Watch in a dockless world

Ever since Bluetooth started taking over and Apple changed its original iPod connector, the mobile dock has been doing a bit of a disappearing act. Even Apple’s smartwatch lacks a traditional dock, until now that is.

12:12 pm 23/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

ApplePay lands in Australia courtesy of American Express

If you’re an owner of a recent Apple iPhone and you regularly rely on American Express, you’ll find the future of mobile payments is now in the palm of your hand.

11:45 am 19/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Australia’s first in-depth Apple iPad Pro review

Apple may have reinvented the tablet for today, but it has plans to give artists a tablet for tomorrow, and it arrives in the form of the iPad Pro, Apple’s biggest tablet yet.

11:00 pm 11/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Apple’s iPad Pro priced for Australia

Announced earlier in the year, the massive iPad Pro is nearly upon us, and that starts with a price. Are you ready for 12 inches of Apple iPad goodness?

5:13 pm 10/11/2015 By Staff writers

Apple TV for 2015 reviewed

The new 4th generation Apple TV went on sale last week in Australia. I’ve been using one in my living room a few days before launch to see what’s new, and most importantly, if it should take pride of place over all of the other ‘streaming’ video devices available.

2:09 pm 10/11/2015 By Valens Quinn

A positive influence on music services: Apple Music reviewed

Remember when building a music collection involved buying individual albums? These days, it’s a far more open and friendly system, and Apple’s “Music” service might just bring positive change.

11:43 am 02/11/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

American Express to launch ApplePay shortly in Australia

Owners of a recent iPhone with an American Express card won’t need to worry about leaving home without it soon, because their mobile will be able to fill that gap.

3:02 pm 28/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Review: Apple Magic Trackpad 2

It’s been five years since Apple decided to bring the trackpad from its laptops to the desktop, and now we have a sequel. What’s changed, and is this accessory worth having in your life?

1:28 pm 28/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Apple TV priced for Australia, coming next week

The next Apple TV will be used for more than just watching streaming movies and TV shows, with apps and games supported using a new touchpad remote. But one thing it won’t be is as cheap as the previous generation.

12:01 pm 27/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

Close to perfection: Apple’s late-2015 27 inch iMac reviewed

It’s only been a year, but Apple’s 27 inch 5K iMac is already in its third version, with an updated processor, graphics chip, and even a new screen. Is this the ultimate all-in-one, and the last desktop you’ll ever need?

4:39 pm 22/10/2015 By Leigh D. Stark

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