For owners of a Mac that use Microsoft’s OneDrive service, there’s a new feature to be aware of.
The partnership between Apple and Blackmagic saw the two companies showing off eGPU options for non- and pro users, with prices starting at $699.
You may or may not have had an annoying time trying to connect a device to one of the ports on the back of an iMac. If you fall into the latter camp, Satechi may have an option for you.
If you want to find general discounts for Apple products, it isn’t a secret that third-party retailers are going to be the places to look.
It has been a very long time since Microsoft launched an official browser for the Mac (over 15 years!), and here we are in 2018 and looking ahead to a bright, Microsoft Edge future.
Way back in July of this year, we first heard about the external GPU option that Apple and Blackmagic worked on together.
A leaked internal document from last month revealed that Apple’s T2 security chip made carrying out certain third-party repairs impossible on its Macs. Now, the Cupertino company has confirmed to The Verge that it the T2 chip will check for the authenticity of certain components in newer Macs on every boot.
Apple has been developing its proprietary chipsets, the A-series, for quite some time for iPhones and iPads, and the rumor mill has long speculated that Apple would be moving to adopt that same idea for its Mac lineup as well.
Apple is refining the process for consumer devices when it comes to repairs, as noted by an internal memo being passed around to reflect those changes.
With a bunch of video and audio formats available nowadays, there are certain formats that are not supported on Mac or other devices. In such cases, the best solution is to convert the file to a format that is supported by the device. If you’re into video editing, then you’ll find yourself converting files on a regular basis.