Tag: Mac

Apple introduces new 16-inch MacBook Pro, after months of rumours

Apple has launched a new MacBook Pro today, and we expected this one. It’s been months of rumours and finally, the new 16-inch MacBook Pro is here, with new keyboard, larger screen and a few little extras. Keyboard issues In April 2015 Apple released the new MacBook (which has since been discontinued) with the much thinner “butterfly” style keyboard, which coincidently has much less key travel than older keyboards. In […]

New 16-inch MacBook Pro could launch Wednesday

According to a tweet from respected tech reporter Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, we should expect a new MacBook Pro 16-inch this week, as early as tomorrow. A new larger model has been rumoured for a good number of weeks now, back in October French Blog MacGeneration found a supposed image lurking in the macOS Catalina beta, the image looks similar to other MacBook Pro models, albeit with thinner bezels – also the […]

Microsoft Office is now out on the Mac App Store

This week, both Apple and Microsoft separately announced that Microsoft Office is now on the Mac App Store, so macOS users can now access the suite much easier than before. Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook have all been added which join OneDrive and OneNote, which have been available for the past few years already. One catch, which does benefit Microsoft is that these versions will only work if you have an […]

macOS 10.13.5 is here, brings Messages in iCloud to the Mac

Late this week, following the release of iOS 11.4, tvOS 11.4 and watchOS 4.4 Apple released macOS 10.13.5 which as usual, includes a handful of bug fixes, as well as Messages in iCloud which has been much anticipated since September last year when iOS 11 was released. Messages in iCloud As mentioned, this feature has been much anticipated, as it has been delayed and postponed in every version of iOS […]

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 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: […]

Microsoft launches new Skype design for Windows and Mac

Skype got a renewed mobile interface back in June, amongst some controversy. It featured a new colourful interface, with a bigger focus on messaging. Since Skype has been around, the mindshare for its use is always for video chats, whether that be for meetings or just for leisure. Windows and Mac Now, that new look interface is now available from today, on Windows and Mac. The new design includes customisable […]

macOS High Sierra is now available for download

As promised, earlier today Apple has made the next version of macOS available to download, for free. macOS High Sierra isnt a huge upgrade over last years similarly named macOS Sierra release, but it does add some impressive technolgies for the core of the OS. Learn more about what is new in depth here How do I update? Apple say that any Mac hardware released in 2009 or later will […]

macOS High Sierra will be available 25th September

Back in June, Apple unveiled macOS High Sierra. The next big upgrade for the company’s desktops and notebook computers. High Sierra shares a similar name with the update from last year, macOS Sierra. Well, this is intended, as with 2017 Apple is focusing more on getting the foundation of the Mac operating system solid with updated core technologies and getting making macOS much more stable. This doesn’t mean that High Sierra […]

Will my Mac run macOS High Sierra?

Along with iOS 11, watchOS 4 and tvOS 11 – the next big version of macOS will be coming this Autumn, but only to compatible Macs. macOS High Sierra introduces tons of new features, among which are iCloud for iMessage, support for VR headsets, a transition to Apple’s own file system (APFS) and lots more. With High Sierra – Macs will be able to support external GPUs for VR too […]