With most of Apple’s products, it is usually the company who decides how your devices function. This means that compared to other products and platforms, users do not have much control over it. For example, when it comes to determining whether to use the discrete GPU versus the GPU on the motherboard, this is entirely left to macOS to decide.
Apple is a company that loves doing everything themselves. The iPhone is a perfect example of that, where it not only runs software made by Apple, but there are also components inside the iPhone that have been designed by Apple as well. This is why many are suggesting that Apple could be interesting in snapping up Broadcom’s RF wireless chip business.
The trade war between the US and China is still ongoing. We imagine that it will be a while before things smoothen out, but unfortunately, in the meantime, it looks like Apple might have gotten caught in the crossfires because US President Donald Trump just announced a 10% import tax.
Given how instrumental Jony Ive was in Apple’s success, thanks to his designs, it was no doubt a huge blow for the company when the famed designer announced that after 30 years, he would be finally leaving Apple and starting his own design company. We’re sure that there are probably some who are concerned about the future of the company, but Apple’s CEO Tim Cook doesn’t seem to be too […]
When it comes to Apple, there are several names that are synonymous with the company. One of those names is Jony Ive, who for the past three decades has helped Apple create its signature look in its products, where he can be credited for a variety of design of Apple products ranging from its computers to its mobile devices.
We have heard rumors that Apple could be working on an ARM-based Mac computer, and now it looks like those rumors are being fueled with Apple’s latest hire. According to reports, it seems that Apple has hired ARM’s lead CPU and system architect, Mike Filippo, whose LinkedIn profile now shows that he is employed at Apple as of May 2019.
At WWDC 2019, Apple announced macOS Catalina. This is Apple’s latest version of macOS that they plan on releasing later in the year, but the question is, is your computer compatible with the latest update? For those who are wondering, Apple has published a list of Mac computers that are eligible for the update.
Apple’s iCloud makes for a pretty decent backup service for your macOS and iOS devices, but it is not unlimited and as such, you might eventually find yourself running low on space. You can check out our guide if you’d like to learn how to better manage your iCloud storage.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Apple could be launching a new display later this year in the form of a 31.6-inch 6K display. For those wondering about the display, an investor’s note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has revealed that the display is still very much on track for a release this year.
For almost two years, Apple failed to update its iMac lineup, at least until last week where the company finally updated its iMac with new processors. So this begs the question of whether or not users should bother to upgrade to the latest model, and it seems that you should, based on recent benchmarks.
Right now the majority of our wireless accessories for our computers are largely powered by batteries, such as our keyboards and mice. What this means is that in the event the battery runs out, we’d be left with a dead accessory and will need to recharge it to use again. For the most part, there are usually warnings provided well in advance to let us know when battery levels are […]
Apple recently updated its iMac Pro where they gave users an option to add 256GB of RAM to the computer. For those who don’t see the need to own the iMac Pro and just want an iMac refresh, then you’re in luck because it seems that Apple has not forgotten about its iMac Pro and has given it an update.
At the moment the Apple Watch is the only device from Apple that can read your health, such as your heart rate. There are rumors that Apple could also be bringing similar features to future iterations of the AirPods, but now it seems that Apple is interested in bringing health tracking features to future Mac computers as well.
There have been rumors that Apple could be making the eventual shift from Intel chipsets on their Mac computers to ARM powered chipsets created by Apple themselves. Given Apple’s reliance on their own hardware, this rumor hardly comes as a surprise, and after years of rumors, it seems that those rumors could come to fruition in 2020.