For the past few years, Apple has taken a few hits for not being able to support external VR headsets, or any heavily intensive graphics work very well. The only option to run any high end systems was to use boot camp on the Mac and run it all in Windows. But then Macs of old didn’t even have the graphics hardware horsepower to properly run the headsets. Well, today […]
Apple’s annual WWDC or World Wide Developers Conference is just around the corner, on Monday at 6pm UK time Apple is expected to launch the next generation of macOS, iOS, watchOS and tvOS. Apple will be live streaming the event over at apple.com, but A&T Tech will also be live tweeting the whole event on our other Twitter account @aandt_live from 6pm UK time on Monday 5th June. Be sure to check back […]
Apple’s iWork suite, GarageBand and iMovie were made free for all users yesterday, previously it was required to purchase a new iPhone, iPad or Mac to be eligible for the software free of charge. This change came into play at the end of 2013 but some users who are still using older hardware were required to purchase the apps. What is iWork and iLife? iWork and iLife are really what Apple used […]
Apple’s Mac Pro hasn’t had a update in over 3 years, the last spec update was back in December 2013 which is shortly after the iPhone 5s and 5c were launched. So today Phil Schiller, who is the Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at Apple revealed to John Gruber, who hosts the Darin Fireball Apple podcast that the company is in the process of “completely rethinking Mac Pro” – which […]
Own a Mac and always wondered what Time Machine is or wanted to know how to easily back up your Mac? What is Time Machine? Time Machine is a built in feature to Macs that makes backing up your pictures, music and documents very easy, it’ll keep a day by day snapshot, so you can restore the entire operating system back to a specific day if that is ever a […]
For those users on the macOS beta track will notice that there is a new build of macOS Sierra 10.12.2 which simply adds a few bug fixes, the original build arrived a few days ago this week. Beta users can download it from the Mac App Store.
The new MacBook Pro has been completely redesigned with a brand new feature called the ‘Touch Bar’. This has come about in the effort of creating thinner machines that shifts away from traditional computer ports. Apple has solved this by putting in place the latest Thunderbolt 3 ports and by replacing the function key row of the keyboard with a new versatile Touch Bar that dynamically changes based on whatever app the user […]
With the recent unveiling of the brand new MacBook Pro with Touch ID and Touch Bar – Apple has silently killed off the old MacBook Pro without the retina display. In Apple’s entire computer line up there isnt one which features a disc drive. It’s no surprise. We know this, the entire tech industry introduces new technology and then eventually we can expect it to die, usually with Apple leading the […]
Earlier today Apple revealed the brand new redesigned MacBook Pro with Touch ID sensor and OLED touch bar above the number keys, which will be contextual to what app or service is open. Tim Cook said on stage; “The Mac is more than a product to us. It’s a testament to everything we do and create at Apple.” So, what’s new in the MacBook Pro? Overall the new MacBook is […]
Just earlier today, Apple has released the latest beta versions of the four major operating systems that the company manages; tvOS, iOS, watchOS and macOS. Devoloers can now download watchOS 3.1, tvOS 10.0.1, iOS 10.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.1. The software is available from Apple’s developer website and as of yet there isn’t any news on what is contained in these new updates.