The first Apple event of the year 2021 is over and Cupertino showed a lot new products. In this article, we discuss what to make of the iMac 24", the iPad Pro, the Apple TV 4K and the other announcements - and what the mtech.news editorial team thinks of this evening's event.
Apple has always placed a great deal of emphasis on the sustainability of its products and operations. When it comes to old Apple Watch Armbands, however, this doesn't appear to be the case: Apple destroys old versions of the accessories after the end of each season, according to a Reddit user.
Amazon is a notably successful hosting provider that created the popular and capable AWS platform. Apart from that, things are starting to look more and more difficult at the company, and they would look worse without hosting. There are now consequences.
A leaker reports about new information concerning the iPhone 15. The strict angular design of the 14 may soon be replaced by rounded off bevel. Furthermore, Apple may finally encase the entire device within a titanium housing.
TSMC is broadening its 2020 investment in Arizona and just confirmed its intentions to also produce 3-nm chips. However, it's very unlikely that Apple will directly profit, Bloomberg's analysis sees the announcement as more marketing than substance.
As far as the usage of World Cup-apps goes, users really shouldn't install any on their primary device with most of their data – as per drastic recommendations from the EU. The required apps are likely to make a grab for much more personal data than documented.
Without also documenting the contents of the update, Apple released an update for participants of the beta program via "Rapid Security Response". Meanwhile, there's also an explanation as to the reason for the update.
Qualcomm has announced the new Snapdragon series – the name of it's own in-house ARM processors for Smartphones. The release promises groundbreaking performance data – but how do things look in comparison to Apple's A16 or A15?
The article's increase in value has proven itself to be impressive, as Steve Jobs' former personal Birkenstock sandals continued to increase in price during auction before their eventual sale. For collectors, it's much more than a simple shoe – it's a symbol for the young Apple founder.
Apple just announced yesterday that the SOS call via satellite function is now available for use in The United States and Canada. However, the press release did reveal one surprise. SOS will release much earlier than expected in other countries too.
Apple's Mac, iPad, and iPhone processors come from the far east, where Cupertino's production partner TSMC produces them in Taiwan. In the not-all-too-far-off future, however, Apple's CPUs could come from assembly lines in the USA.
To call upon Siri without touching their iPhone, users can simply say "Hey, Siri" – but according to Mark Gurman, this may be about to change: In the short future, a simple "Siri" should suffice to activate Apple's voice assistant.
Apple created a new billion dollar market with the Apple Store – in addition to sales on the platform, advertising continues to earn more and more money. However, this does represent a double standard – as Apple's user tracking surpasses the capabilities of other providers.
Apple's legal department has yet again shown itself to be rather busy – just recently, it enforced the deletion of a YouTube channel archiving countless old Apple videos. Hundreds of historic clips fell victim to the action.
Apple rarely publicly reveals its internal problems. However, a recent, rather attention catching press report from the company has done exactly this, detailing some of the difficulties encountered during iPhone production.
It's been years now since the last time customers paid more for download music and CDs than for music streaming. The number of users who regularly pay for a music streaming service continues to grow and grow. A current comparison shows how well artists are compensated by each service.
A new quarterly report from Qualcomm speaks volumes about Apple's in-house modem development – confirming Ming-Chio Kuo's previous statements, alleging that Cupertino has failed in its ambitious attempts. Upcoming iPhones won't have an Apple modem on board.
Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Meta – all share one thing in common, apart from all being tech companies, they also all achieved rather poor quarterly results – or at the very least, a rather weak outlook.
The official numbers for July, August, and September are now available. As expected, Apple performed excellently, exceeding all prognoses. A look at the company's individual divisions shows how healthy its foundation is.
Those who already find the 12.9" iPad Pro to be a little bit to large and unwieldly may not find the contents of today's report all that exciting. However, there are some users who would rush to purchase such larger tablets – which may even hit the shelves as soon as next year.
macOS 13 Ventura experienced its release to the public at the beginning of this week, with the quickest to the draw getting a chance to download the new operating system more or less immediately. Of course, the update is still available to download for those who didn't do so on Monday.
The new iPad Pro will be available soon, and the first test reports are finally out. Although testers have found themselves enchanted by the performance potential of the iPad Pro's new M2 chips, there are few other improvements. For the majority of users, a more affordable iPad is likely the better choice.