It took Apple six years, but it’s finally here – a modular Mac Pro that strikes the perfect balance between towers of yore and maligned “trash can.” At the annual developers’ conference on June 3rd, 2019, Apple announced the insanely powerful new Mac Pro.Read more
The WWDC 2019 was jam-packed with a bagful of launches, unveils, updates, and upgrades. And one of the things that the Apple wizards pulled out of their magic hat is the iPadOS. Yes! The Apple tablet that has until now been running on iOS will finally get its own operating system.Read more
Apple’s annual WWDC 2019 went quite well yesterday. As Tim Cook and top executives took the stage at San Jose, California, they summoned awe and wonder among the audience. Among all the Apple magic that was introduced in the conference, the two things that caught my attention were tvOS 13 and watchOS 6.
The wait is over! Apple has finally given us a peek into the newly announced iOS 13. And yes, it has embraced the dark side!
At the recent WWDC 2018, Apple announced that the Mac operating system is getting one hell of a facelift, including a new name for the latest version: macOS Mojave. Unsurprisingly, Apple ditched its mountain – themed names (high sierra) and moved on to desserts. Read more
This year’s WWDC keynote presentation was essentially a big software show. While iOS 12 and macOS 10.14, hogged most of the limelight, updates for watchOS, tvOS were also on deck. The upgrades for Apple watch and Apple TV operating systems centred around tweaking the existing features and adding a few new ones. Read more
Apple has just announced the iOS 12 software update for iPhone and iPad at the WWDC keynote event and boy are we excited! Read more
Rumour has it that Apple is likely to dole out a newer (read: cheaper) version of its MacBook Air this year. Given that there has been no substantial upgrade over the past three years, this can be touted as great news for MacBook lovers and tech enthusiasts around the world. Read more
Apple’s WWDC keynote was a cocktail of the expected and the surprising. We got the yearly updates to all four Apple software (iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS). Then there were the not-so-common hardware releases (Mac and iPad updates). But Apple saved the best for last. Right at the end of the 2-hour long event came a brand new product – the HomePod. Read more
The WWDC 2017 had to be the longest event ever to be hosted by Apple. At least it felt that way and, on more occasions than one, I kept stealing a look at my clock to see how much time of my life it had consumed. Read more