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This is every macOS wallpaper, in glorious 5K resolution

This is every macOS wallpaper, in glorious 5K resolution

Since the introduction of the first Mac OS X version, back in 2001 Apple has always had a theme wallpaper for every major release, which is usually released on a yearly basis. With later versions, Mac OS X has been renamed back to it’s old legacy name of macOS, as it fits better with the other naming schemes – iOS, tvOS, watchOS etc. 5K wallpapers Since every major version of […]

Tech YouTuber, DetroitBorg shares retro themed original iPhone unboxing

Tech YouTuber, DetroitBorg shares retro themed original iPhone unboxing

As covered in nearly every publication, Twitter account and news website – this week was the 10 year anniversary of the very first iPhone, which was launched way back in 2007. We celebrated the actual day yesterday (29th June) with a post covering the industry at the time, what the iPhone did for the market and the specs of the phone. You can read that here. iPhone unboxing A lot […]

10 years ago today, the first iPhone went on sale

10 years ago today, the first iPhone went on sale

Every year we celebrate, with an article the various anniversaries or mile stones that Apple reaches throughout each year – most notably the two yearly events for the original iPhone. But this year is pretty special. Ten years. In January of 2007 – Apple CEO at the time Steve Jobs took to the stage to announce something that would radicalise the market and shakeup the tech space as we knew it, […]

New charging sound found in iOS 11 beta, hints to wireless charging for new iPhone

New charging sound found in iOS 11 beta, hints to wireless charging for new iPhone

One of the big rumours for this years big update to the iPhone, is that wireless charging may finally come to Apple’s handset. Early on in the year, just shortly after CES 2017 it was rumoured that Apple was working on a true wireless charging solution, with no wires. New sounds in iOS 11 Most rumours now are leading towards the next iPhone, the iPhone 8 – to have wireless charging, similar […]

This is what the iPhone 8 could look like

This is what the iPhone 8 could look like

All year it seems, the hot topic has been what Apple will do for the iPhone this year, even shortly after the iPhone 7 was unveiled last September the rumours were starting for what Apple may do for the 2017 model. 10 years In the history of technology, 10 years isn’t really a long time, but if we look at how much has changed since 2007 it’s incredible to see […]

iOS 11 beta 2 released to developers

iOS 11 beta 2 released to developers

Just today, Apple has released the second beta following the original release a few weeks back at WWDC 2017. The new update fixes a lot of bugs, it also looks like (from the release notes) a new feature related to the AVRouteDetector. Looking for a full change log? 9to5Mac have published the full change log over in their post for iOS 11 beta 2. iOS 11 iOS 11 was released […]

What’s new with Apple TV in tvOS 11?

What’s new with Apple TV in tvOS 11?

At WWDC 2017 last week, the Apple TV didn’t gain much stage time really, but the next tvOS 11 update does add some new useful features. Tim Cook did mention on stage the new addition of a native Amazon Prime Video app, which is coming later this year. What’s new in tvOS? tvOS 11 may not add any headlining big features, but similar to macOS High Sierra – it focuses more […]

Will my iPad or iPhone be able to run iOS 11?

Will my iPad or iPhone be able to run iOS 11?

Apple’s new iOS 11 for iPads, iPhones and the iPod touch was revealed last week at Apple’s annual WWDC developers conference. iOS 11 adds so many new features which we have detailed in an article on A&T Tech. Learn more about iOS 11 here Will my device run iOS 11? iOS 11 adds a lot of new features, some require the latest hardware and devices like iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c […]

Will my Mac run macOS 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 […]

Apple’s new iOS 11 will no longer support 32-bit apps

Apple’s new iOS 11 will no longer support 32-bit apps

With this weeks WWDC conference behind us, as usual in the week following the event a few little tidbits and features that weren’t mentioned on stage tend to be uncovered. Apple’s decision to drop support for 32-bit has been rumoured for the past few weeks now, although some might be annoyed that some apps may no longer work, the benefits of having a full 64-bit OS and platform is even better. […]