Author: Alex Lowe

Apple announces brand new MacBook Pro, with a return of some ports

Apple has today announced its new generation of MacBook Pro, following on from the version from 2016 – this is the first full redesign since then. The last generation caught a lot of flack for the keyboard, which was fixed a couple of years later, but it also added the Touch Bar and removed a lot of ports. The new generation revealed today has more of a retro look, with […]

Apple will be making macOS Monterey available next week

Apple announced macOS Monterey back in June, at WWDC – alongside iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and watchOS 8. So far, we have seen those other operating systems and the next version of macOS would have a small delay. Well today, Apple has revealed when it’ll be making the new OS available. Starting on 25th October, which is next Monday – support Macs will be able to update. Learn more about […]

Apple announces new third generation AirPods

Apple today has announced the much anticipated, third generation AirPods, which feature an all new design, which is similar to the AirPods Pro. Where they differ is the more concave design as well as not including the silicone ear-tips, which are needed on the Pro versions for the Active Noise Cancelation, which isn’t a feature on this new version. They do however, support Spatial Audio and Adaptive EQ, both borrowed […]

Apple introduces three new colours for the HomePod mini

At its ‘Unleashed’ event earlier today, Apple revealed a new lineup of colours for the HomePod mini, with the introduction of yellow, orange and blue to go alongside the White and Space Grey colours already on sale. Apple says the new colours will be available in November, with no exact release date shared at this time. Like the M1 iMac, every detail of the colour is shared to the HomePod […]

Weekends with A&T Tech – Best stories of the week

Another week has gone by and its time, once again to go over the best stories we covered here on A&T Tech. Tesla made the Model Y available to pre-order in the UK Later in the week, Tesla made the new smaller SUV in its lineup, the Model Y available for pre-order in the UK, with prices starting at £54,990. Read more MG launched its new MG 5 EV for 2022 […]

The Xbox Series X mini fridge will go up for pre-order on 19th October for £89

Its been a running joke since the Xbox Series X was announced that it looks like a fridge, it even went as far as making full size fridges prior to the consoles launch last October and sent them out to YouTubers. However, the company is now doing something more general release, it is making a mini fridge in the same shape as the Xbox Series X, it’ll go up for […]

Tesla Model Y now available to pre-order in the UK

Starting today here in the UK, Tesla has made its new Model Y small SUV available to pre-order, with shipments estimated for early 2022. Initially, the company was going to build them at the Gigafactory in Berlin, however for some markets in Europe, Tesla has been shipping some over from Shanghai. It is unclear where Tesla is going to import the Model Y cars destined for the UK from, as […]

Ford US will be deploying engineers to constantly test broken electric car chargers

Ford is aware of what issues EV drivers see on a fairly regular basis, a charge that doesn’t work. Naturally, this can put potential electric car owners off, so Ford’s manger of electric vehicles, Darren Palmer has announced that the company has plans to visit any electric chargers in the US that may have had data from a Mach-E, or any complaints on social media and test the chargers with a […]

MG launches new MG 5 EV for 2022, with a 249 mile range

MG has announced the new MG 5 EV estate, its all electric car which is destined to come soon to Europe, but the company hasn’t said anything yet whether or not a release to the UK is on the cards. The new car has a brand new design, which is much more aggressive than the outgoing model and the interior is similar to the new ZS EV which was announced […]

Tesla has confirmed the Roadster will start being produced in 2023

Despite the delays the Roadster has seen, Tesla is now on track to start production in 2023, which will be six years after initially announcing it, alongside the Semi in 2017. Elon Musk has attributed the delays of the roadster down to the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequencing supply chain issues for parts. The second generation Roadster was originally due to go on sale in 2020, with prices starting at […]