Nearly a week after the launch of iOS 11, Apple has released macOS 10.13 High Sierra to the public. High Sierra is an outstanding upgrade to your Mac. It’s full of behind the scenes updates that increase the speed and reliability of your Mac. In this blog, we will be going over some of the top highlights featured in High Sierra.
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Apple’s new filesystem, simply called “Apple File System” (APFS), will soon be the replacement for the for Mac OS Extended (HFS+) filesystem which was first introduced in Mac OS 8.1 back in 1998. It’s main focus is encryption and is optimized for flash and SSD storage devices. It’s also designed for scalability and will run on everything from the Apple Watch to the Mac Pro.
Today, June 5th, Apple kicked off WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) with a keynote announcing new products. Apple has announced updates to their four software platforms: tvOS, watchOS, macOS, and iOS; along with new updates to their iMac, iPad Pro, and MacBook lines, and a completely new home speaker named HomePod.
Today, March 21, 2017, Apple has introduced updates to their current iPhone, iPad, iPhone Case, and Apple Watch Band lines. The new products come after multiple rumors floating around of a Product Red iPhone and updated iPad. In this blog, we will be going over the new products.
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Apple’s HomeKit™ allows you to control everyday utilities in your home right from your phone with ease.
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A vast majority of tech companies these days are getting into Virtual Reality, or VR. We’re talking about big names like Google, HTC, Sony, GoPro, Qualcomm and many others.
Unsurprisingly, it looks like Apple is about to join the fray. They were recently granted patents by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a “wearable information system” that uses VR technology.
Apple is adding new devices to their list of vintage and obsolete products. This means that support, in most cases, will no longer be offered, such as repairs. Devices usually enter the vintage stage around 5 years after the device has stopped being produced. In this blog, we will be going over the next wave of devices entering Apple’s list.