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Now that Intel’s latest generation of processors is out and has been for a few months, Apple is ready with an update, refreshing its line of computers to take the new chips, as well as a dash of something else. Could this be your next computer purchase?
Apple’s smartwatch revolution is nearly here, and while watch-face makers and app developers are prepping what they can do to make Apple’s first attempt a fruitful one, so too are the accessories people, with Griffin getting in with a stand.
At the March Apple announcement, Apple has shown a new laptop with a new type of USB connector. What is this, how is it different, and what does it mean for computing?
In addition to a new MacBook and Apple Watch details, Tim Cook also announced a new ‘two-way’ health diagnostics platform called ‘Research Kit’ at the Apple …
There has been a watch and a super slim new MacBook this morning, but what about the other computers Apple makes? Turns out they’re getting an update too.
Keen to see what the Apple Watch is like first hand? GadgetGuy’s Valens Quinn is there to tell you everything, with his impressions as he goes wrist on.
Tim Cook announced a new MacBook and updates to the MacBook Air range and 13in MacBook Pro at its Spring Forward event in San Francisco.
Keen to see what Apple has in store for the whole smartwatch game, and how much it will cost to have one on your wrist? We’ll know more on March 10 (AU time), as Apple tells the world that it’s about to have an event on.
A new app for viewing and editing photos is on the way to Mac users, and while it won’t be here for a month or two more (at least), GadgetGuy has been granted an exclusive hands-on with the beta of Apple’s new Photos app, which could bring a modicum of Photoshop for people who don’t want new skills.
Apple may have kickstarted the whole “Retina” high-resolution screen thing in computers with its MacBook Pro, but its desktop computers have never really shared the love. Until now, that is, as Apple’s iMac gets a dose of a Retina reality, and we wish it never had to leave.