Tag: Apple

AirPods are now sold out until after Christmas

AirPods are now sold out until after Christmas

Launched this time last year, the AirPods were a controversial topic for some, users to be complained that they may lose one of the buds, the battery may not be good etc. But despite all this, the AirPods have been a very popular product for Apple, it became a product with the highest satisfaction rating that the company had ever seen. But for Christmas 2017, if you were planning on […]

iTunes for Windows Store release delayed

iTunes for Windows Store release delayed

Earlier this year in May at the Microsoft Build conference, the company teased that iTunes would be coming to the Windows app store which would mainly benefit Windows 10 S users as on that version of Windows, only applications from the Windows Store can be used, unless you upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. The release of iTunes for the Windows Store was scheduled in for a release by the end […]

iMac Pro now available to order, starts at £4,899

iMac Pro now available to order, starts at £4,899

Today, as promised Apple has now made the all new iMac Pro available for order and it starts at £4,899 in the UK and $4,999 in the United States. Earlier this week, we reported that Apple had revealed when the new iMac would go on sale and that had happened to be today. The iMac Pro was teased at WWDC 2017, back in June and a very loose release date of […]

Apple releases iOS 11.2.1, fixes HomeKit bug and iPhone camera issue

Apple releases iOS 11.2.1, fixes HomeKit bug and iPhone camera issue

Late yesterday, on the 13th Apple released iOS 11.2.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The new update brings a fix for a vunrability in HomeKit, which could allow users to get unauthorised access to control smart devices, which were connected to the HomeKit platform, devices like locks, lights and thermostats. Apple did also fix and issue they had on the server side, but it looks like iOS 11.2.1 fully […]

iMac Pro will go on sale this Thursday

iMac Pro will go on sale this Thursday

Apple’s iMac Pro, which was announced back at WWDC in June this year will finally go on sale this week, on December 14th. The date was made public on the product page for the iMac Pro over on apple.com. So far the information we know about the machine hasn’t really changed since the announcement in the summer. So far, we know that the base configuration will start at $4,999 (no […]

Tidal now works with CarPlay

Tidal now works with CarPlay

Today, Tidal have updated their app to now be compatible with Apple’s CarPlay platform so users will now be able to access their collection as well as the unique Explore section. Tidal is Jay Z’s music streaming service and it mainly focuses on high fidelity audio. While it has been around for a few years now, it’s never managed to gain much traction, at least compared to Spotify, Apple Music and even […]

Apple releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 update

Apple releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 update

This past week, Apple has launched a lot of new software – last week on Saturday we saw iOS 11.2 which brought Apple Pay Cash, for US users as well as a host of new bug fixes. Earlier this week, watchOS 4.2 was released which also included Apple Pay Cash as well as some bug fixes for Siri. Now, today Apple has seeded an update for the Mac and macOS […]

Apple releases watchOS 4.2 with support for Apple Pay Cash

Apple releases watchOS 4.2 with support for Apple Pay Cash

Following the release of iOS 11.2 last week, which was made available on Saturday morning, today Apple has now released watchOS 4.2. With the iOS 11.2 update, it brought the addition of Apple Pay Cash for US users only as well as some small bug fixes and enhancements to the interface. watchOS 4.2 The update for Apple Watch also adds support for Apple Pay Cash, which at the time of […]

Apple officially makes the 2011 Mac Mini obsolete

Apple officially makes the 2011 Mac Mini obsolete

This week, Apple has officially marked the 2011 Mac Mini has a vintage model, which mainly involves those older models not being able to be officially serviced by Apple Stores, as well as the Apple Authorised Service Centres and Providers. The 2011 Mac Mini was the first model in the line to drop support for the CD/DVD drive as well as the first to support the Thunderbolt 1 port. Source: […]

Apple releases iOS 11.2 with Apple Pay Cash, bug fixes and more

Apple releases iOS 11.2 with Apple Pay Cash, bug fixes and more

A few days ago, Apple released the next iOS release to the public, iOS 11.2. The new release brings a handful of much need bug fixes and support for Apple Pay Cash. Apple Pay Cash With iOS 11.2, Apple has added support for Apple Pay Cash, a feature which was debuted back at WWDC in June, but never made it the final iOS 11.0 release in September. It’s a peer-peer […]