Apple stops selling 256GB iPhone SE

This week, Apple quietly, without any announcement stopped selling the iPhone SE in its highest 256GB form on the official Apple online store. The change was made after the “California streaming” earlier this week on Tuesday where Apple announced the new iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, Apple Watch Series 7 and the new iPad mini. The iPhone SE was launched back in March 2020 and is still on sale in […]

Apple announces new MagSafe Wallet, now with support for Find My

Alongside the new iPhone 13, Apple also updated the MagSafe Wallet, which it introduced last year with some new colours and most notably, support for the Find My network. However, it doesn’t function like the AirTag does, the iPhone will notice when the last time the wallet was detached from itself and then report that as the last known location. The new MagSage Wallet is compatible with the iPhone 12 […]

Despite the rumours, Apple Watch Series 7 does work with existing bands

Leading up to the Apple event on Tuesday, many rumours suggested the Apple Watch Series 7 design would be so different that existing bands would not be compatible and while the new watch is later, now available in 41mm and 45mm – Apple has confirmed that it will be compatible with existing bands, dating back to the first generation in 2015. The Series 7 has softer rounded corners with a […]

Apple gives the entry level iPad some small updates

At its event on Tuesday, Apple revealed a small update to its entry level iPad, the price remains the same at £329 UK / $329 US and Apple has given it the A13 Bionic SoC from the iPhone 11 in 2019. The previous iPad had the A12 from the iPhone XS and the new chip offers 20% better performance. Apple has been borrowing a few features from other iPads in […]

Apple reveals new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini

Apple at its event on Tuesday announced the new iPhone 13 and on the surface it is a relatively minor update. First off, it is visually very similar to the iPhone 12 from last year, the notch is smaller by 20% and the cameras on the back are arranged diagonally as opposed to vertically – we’re not sure why either, but it does make it look different. However, inside is […]

Apple Watch Series 7 announced, with larger screens and better durability

Apple at the Tuesday event has announced a new Apple Watch, with the Series 7. This new generation was rumoured to be larger, with a brand new squared off design and most notably, it was touted to not be compatible with any existing Apple Watch bands. Thankfully, this new Series 7 does work with all existing bands. The case design is that familiar rounded square shape, however here the cases […]

Apple introduces new redesigned iPad mini

At the Apple Event on Tuesday, Apple unveiled the new iPad mini, now in its sixth generation and with its first proper update in two and a half years, Apple has made it look like a small iPad Air, with a larger screen than before, USB-C instead of Lightning and no Home button. It really is a mini iPad Air, the screen has jumped from 7.9-inch to 8.3-inch thanks to […]

Apple’s online store goes down ahead of today’s iPhone Event

Apple’s big iPhone event is later today and as usual, the company has taken its online store offline to prepare for the new products it is due to announce. The “California streaming” event starts at 10am PT / 6pm BST and Apple is expected to announce a new iPhone 13, Apple Watch Series 7 and also, new AirPods 3. A&T Tech will be covering the event live on our @aandt_live […]

Apple will start selling all colours of the M1 iMac in its stores

Apple is going to start selling all colours soon of the new 2021 M1 iMac which the company launched earlier this year in April. Shortly after today’s iPhone event, Apple is expected to change how there iMac is sold in its official retail stores. Since introduction Apple has only sold the ‌iMac‌ in green, pink, blue, and silver in its stores, most likely to take up less space, however later […]

Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.6

Today, Apple has released an update for macOS Big Sur with version 11.6, this version focuses on fixes various security vulnerabilities that were in previous versions. Macs that currently run Big Sur can get this update from the System Preferences app. Alongside this patch for Big Sur, Apple is also providing an update for macOS Catalina to fix the same issue, which could allow a maliciously crafted PDF to execute code.