In around two months from now, Apple will unveil the 2019 iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max. Thanks to leaks though, we already have a good idea of what to expect from these smartphones.
It has finally happened! After years, Apple’s Mac lineup is finally making sense. The company’s Mac lineup had become a confusing mess in recent years and it failed to cater to all kinds of customers with its product lineup.
Apple has been widely criticized over the last few years that it has ended up focusing too much on regular customers and has forgotten about prosumers — the ones that have helped the company in becoming what it is today. However, after the iMac Pro, Mac Pro, and the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro, it is clear that Apple is once again focusing on pro customers.
iOS 13 is a massive update that introduces a plethora of new features and enhancements. It comes packed with a number of major new features and enhancements aimed at improving the overall usability of the OS. Despite packing some major headlining features though, iOS 13 does little to improve the home screen experience on the iPhone.
Finding a way to turn a trend into a longstanding feature is tough. Some things, like modular smartphones, don’t pick up steam like some companies thought they might. But if there is one thing to say about Samsung, it’s that the company does have a keen eye on picking out winners.
Earlier this year, Apple took the stage and announced a variety of new efforts, most of which lean heavily into subscription services. Potentially the biggest is Apple TV+, which will see Apple offering a platform for some of the biggest names in Hollywood and creation in general to bring stories to Apple device owners.
Apple introduced the butterfly keyboard design with the 2015 MacBook. And while the design made sense for the laptop (super thin and lightweight), that same design eventually bled over to Apple’s other laptops. Ever since then, there has been a semi-consistent proclamation that Apple’s new keyboard design is awful, prone to reliability issues, and that the company needs to revert its design to something else entirely.
2017 feels like so long ago, doesn’t it? The iPhone X was brand new, and we were all debating on whether or not that notch was an eyesore or not.
Earlier this month, Apple introduced the second-generation AirPods. Better battery life (while on the phone), “Hey Siri” support, and a new wireless charging case.
Apple News saw an upgrade today, thanks to the arrival of News+. But does a host of new content really warrant a monthly subscription?