Two days ago, Apple did something different: They opened up on what’s coming down the pipe, indicating that there are pro-level iMacs planned for later this year.
For quite some time now, the Mac lineup has been left to roam aimlessly without much perceived guidance from the company that built it.
Today has been a busy day for the Mac lineup. Not because of new products available now, but because of what the future holds for the brand.
According to documentation, Apple has already confirmed internally that it will begin offering refunds to those who had to pay for replacements or repairs with some iMac hinges.
Microsoft is said to be developing its own all-in-one PC that will go head-to-head with Apple’s popular iMac lineup. The machine will fall into Microsoft’s Surface portfolio, according to industry sources who are familiar with the software giant’s plans.
It seems PC manufacturers can do nothing to stop shipments from declining each and every quarter. But while rival computer manufacturers suffer, Mac sales remained steady during the first quarter of 2016 as Apple shipped 4.6 million units worldwide.
Yesterday Sony released a new software update for the Playstation 4 that gave users the ability to hide their online status, get notifications when specific friends sign on, among other things. But, probably the coolest feature is the ability to stream PS4 games from your PS4 to your Mac or PC. So let’s take a look on how to do just that.
A security update rolled out to Mac users last week has broken connectivity on some iMac and MacBook Pro models. Users began reporting the issue online before Apple published a support document to confirm it and offer a solution.
With the OS X El Capitan update, Apple has silently improved the displays of the new Retina iMacs (2015) even further by adding support for billions of more colors. Up until Yosemite, OS X was limited to outputting colors at 24-bits, even when used with 30-bits compatible monitors.