The Always-On Display Apple Watch.
The new standard for many people.
Yay! New iPhones!
I’m in the middle of live-tweeting Apple’s event, but I just thought I’d write up a quick blog post about the new iPad. First things first, it isn’t all that new. It has a very similar body to the previous baseline iPad, but it now comes with a 10.2-inch screen Continue Reading
New cameras, better Face ID, better durability, and no more 3D Touch.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Apple has announced an expansion of its streaming service, Apple Music. Right now, if you want to use your Apple Music subscription, you have to either use the Music app on iOS or macOS, download an app to your Android device, or use God-forsaken iTunes on Continue Reading
I couldn’t tell you the number of rumors surrounding a potential successor to 2016’s iPhone SE. There are literally too many to count. And although the rumors first emerged in early 2018, they haven’t slowed down just yet, and a new report claims to shed light on a potential release Continue Reading
It’s that time of year again. Apple has officially begun inviting press members to an event the company will hold on September 10th at the Steve Jobs Theater where, more than likely, the new iPhone 11 lineup will be unveiled. Personally, I haven’t received my invitation just yet, but I Continue Reading
Including a new 10.2-inch entry-level model.
Here’s (almost) everything you need to know about this year’s iPhone lineup, courtesy of Bloomberg.
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New leaks found in iOS 13 basically confirm this.
The hype is getting very real.
A new report indicates Apple might be adding more cameras to the back of its high-end tablets.
Apple today began rolling out the fifth developer beta of macOS Catalina for testing. This comes two weeks after the fourth build was seeded to the same crowd. Those on the public beta program can expect a new build in the next few days. macOS Catalina has a pretty decent Continue Reading