Three days ago, Apple launched a series of new accessories, all of which improve upon design and functionality from the devices in which they replace.
Magic Trackpad 2, new Magic Keyboard, and Magic Mouse 2 receive the teardown treatment; earn 3 of 10 in repairability score
If you’re thinking about upgrading your old Mac, but you can’t afford or don’t want another Apple computer, then Microsoft has the perfect deal for you. The software giant is currently offering up to $300 for old Macs when customers buy a new Windows 10 PC.
Back in May of this year, IBM began an initiative that would allow its employees to choose a Mac for the first time. Apparently that decision has been a boon for the company in a variety of ways, one of which is IT.
Apple has increased its prices on Macs in seven countries this week in response to the changing values of foreign currencies against the U.S. dollar. Customers in affected regions will now have to pay more for the MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and Mac Pro.
OWC a.k.a Other World Computing, a popular third-party hardware vendor for Macs, has revealed on their blog that the latest 27-inch iMac with 5K display from Apple supports up to 64GB RAM. This is twice the amount of what the first generation 27-inch iMac with 5K display supported.
Alongside the launch of the new iMacs, Apple has also announced three new Magic accessories for desktops including all-new Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse 2 and a larger Magic Trackpad 2 with Force Touch.
Apple today announced its brand new 4K iMac with 21.5-inch display, and an updated 5K iMac with 27-inch display — both of which are available to order today from the Apple Online Store.
Doing two things at once doesn’t have to be a huge hassle. Multitasking on OS X El Capitan has just been made a lot easier thanks to the addition of Spilt View. Like the names denotes, you can now place two applications side-by-side in Split View and work on them simultaneously. So, next time you are transferring values from an Excel sheet into an email, you can place those applications side-by-side for much quicker workflow.