Earlier this year, Apple announced their new Mac Pro desktop computers as well as the new Pro Display XDR. If you have been looking forward to either of these devices, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple finally has a release date for both of them and it is currently set for a release on the 10th of December.
In June earlier this year, Apple announced a brand new Mac Pro computer. Unlike the previous-gen Mac Pro which kind of killed the upgradability of the Mac Pro, the new workstation offers up a more familiar tower case design that will allow users to better configure the computer to their liking.
For the longest time ever, Apple’s keyboard and mice were offered in a white and silver finish. However, when the iMac Pro was launched, the company launched a set of brand new accessories with a black and gray finish which was actually pretty well-received, and now it looks like we have a new option to choose from.
Earlier this year, Apple announced that they would be launching a new Mac Pro computer. The new Mac Pro, unlike the “trash can” design, was created to allow for greater flexibility when it came to upgrading components, but it also featured a somewhat controversial “cheese grater” design, along with a heart-stopping price tag of $6,000 (assuming you don’t fully upgrade it).
While there is no doubt that PCs are generally cheaper compared to Macs, Apple still has their fair share of customers, especially amongst the working professionals in the entertainment industry who seem to prefer using Apple’s Mac computers over a Windows PC. Unfortunately, it seems that due to a bug, there have been widespread reports of Mac Pros crashing across Hollywood.
Apple, like many other U.S. countries, has outsourced almost the entirety of its manufacturing operations to China. The ongoing trade dispute between the two countries has resulted in complications for these companies as the products that they make and then import into the United States now face tariffs as the U.S. is imposing tariffs on products made in China. President Donald Trump has said that Apple won’t be given any […]
Apple has been manufacturing the Mac Pro at a plant in Austin, Texas, since 2013. However, it seems that the company is shifting production to China for the new Mac Pro model that was recently unveiled. This isn’t going to surprise anyone, though, given that the bulk of Apple’s products are manufactured in China.
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 recently took the wraps off their new Mac Pro and as we said, it does not come cheap where it has a base price of $5,999. This means that should a user customize it with higher-end hardware, things could get pricey, but how pricey? Apple has yet to put the computer up for sale which means that we’re not sure how much the other configurations could cost, but The […]
From a design standpoint, it’s not that hard to see why Apple went with what they did for the previous-gen Mac Pro. The company was trying to aim for a smaller footprint, but it turns out that as powerful as those computers were, it lost the modularity and upgradability of the Mac Pro of the old.
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.
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 […]
One of the criticisms leveled at Apple’s current-gen Mac Pro is that trying to replace parts of upgrade its components is next to impossible. This is versus the previous design which looked more like a traditional desktop PC, which in turn allowed users to upgrade certain components as and when needed.
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.