Kuo On The MacBook Pro 2021: The Return Of The Ports – HDMI, SD, & MagSafe
The new MacBook Pro 16" with Apple's in-house M1 chip could be met with even more applause than expected – several reports state that Apple plans to walk back on controversial design decisions made with previous models in recent years.
Thursday, Feb 25, 2021, 10:52 Mac: Hardware
Kuo On The MacBook Pro 2021: The Return Of The Ports – HDMI, SD, & MagSafe
The new MacBook Pro 16" with Apple's in-house M1 chip could be met with even more applause than expected – several reports state that Apple plans to walk back on controversial design decisions made with previous models in recent years.
Mar 05, 2021, 16:41 Mac: Hardware
Kuo On The MacBook Pro 2021: The Return Of The Ports – HDMI, SD, & MagSafe
The new MacBook Pro 16" with Apple's in-house M1 chip could be met with even more applause than expected – several reports state that Apple plans to walk back on controversial design decisions made with previous models in recent years.
Mar 05, 2021, 16:41 Mac: Hardware
Voice search, Test
All news
Kuo: Apple's Plans for 2021 – New Products and Upgrades
Ming-Chi Kuo recently clued investors into some of Apple's plans for the beginning of 2021. In addition to the gradual switch to Apple's in-house processors, an entirely new device is to be expected.
 
Tuesday, Jan 05, 2021, 15:23 Hardware
Will Facebook and WhatsApp be Broken up? New FTC Lawsuit
The Federal Trade Commission, along with 46 States in the US, are concerned about a Facebook monopoly and are suing Facebook over concerns of an internet monopoly. The lawsuit, which could potentially alter the landscape of social media as we know it, is mostly concerned with Facebook’s acquisition of both WhatsApp and Instagram.
 
Saturday, Jan 02, 2021, 15:07 Events
Video: Performance Battle between MacBook Pro M1 and Razer Book 13
Both the MacBook Pro 13" (M1) and Razer Book 13 with current Intel chips are quite expensive. A comparison test shows the performance difference with a few well-known video apps and shows which one gives better “bang for the buck.”
 
Thursday, Dec 31, 2020, 14:57 Hardware
Apple Begins Work on First In-House Cellular Modem
Apple has been working for quite a while now on developing and utilizing as many in-house components as possible for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The most prominent example is the new processor for Mac desktops and notebooks known as “Apple Silicon.” Now the effort to produce as many in-house components as possible is also being directed towards the iPhone.
 
Wednesday, Dec 30, 2020, 17:17 Hardware
iPhone 12 mini met with poor Sales Figures in the US
The iPhone 12 mini added a powerful, performance smartphone with comparatively small dimensions to Apple’s portfolio. The demand for the iPhone 12 is very limited and the device hasn’t proven to be very popular in the USA.
 
Saturday, Dec 26, 2020, 11:05 Economy
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise leaves Silicon Valley
For awhile there’s been talk of Silicon Valley’s “golden” days being a thing of the past. Now yet another heavy weight of the industry has announced their relocation.
 
Thursday, Dec 24, 2020, 11:05 Economy
Reuters: An Apple Electric Car with “next level” battery tech is on the way—ready for sale in 2024?
Reuters has now added to the talk of an “Apple car,” pointing to rumors from Apple’s development section as proof. Should the rumors hold true, then we can prepare ourselves for the “next level” of battery technology as Apple readies their new product to impress us just as much as they once did with the first iPhone.
 
Wednesday, Dec 23, 2020, 15:51 Events
AirPods Max: Battery Usage inside and outside of the Case
The AirPods Max can’t be manually turned off but are supposed to use an extremely low amount of battery when stored in their accompanying case. Now that the product has been released, there are several tests which support the headphones’ reputed energy efficiency.
 
Wednesday, Dec 23, 2020, 08:27 Hardware
How water resistant is the iPhone 12?
Apple has promised that the new iPhone generation will be even more water resistant than former models, handling up to 6 meters of water with no problem. A test checks the claim, going all the way to the extreme at 22 meters.
 
Monday, Dec 21, 2020, 14:07 iOS: Hardware
One year of the new Mac Pro — and 2021 could get even more exciting
The road to the “new new” Mac Pro was a long one indeed, Apple had already announced the the start of work on a new “high-end system” more than 2 years before the start of the “new” Mac Pro’s sales. Exactly 1 year ago a new Mac, highly awaited by professional users, was released. The new “modular” Mac Pro was available for the first time, ending a long drought — and in the coming year, 2021, a revolution could be forming.
 
Monday, Dec 21, 2020, 09:55 Mac: Hardware
This Spring: a new, lighter iPad with a better display and more storage?
According to a recent report, the most affordable iPad should be receiving a product upgrade with multiple improvements this Spring. This would be surprisingly quick, given that the current production line has barely been on the market.
 
Thursday, Dec 17, 2020, 15:59 iOS: Hardware
Breaking in the new MacBook Air M1 — how well does it handle a continuous load?
Although the MacBook Air has a version with 8 CPU and GPU cores, the same as the MacBook Pro 13", it doesn’t have a fan. We ran a test to determine how the computer performs and to find out how much the chip is throttled under continuous performance demand. A line graph documents the performance during our 47 minute benchmark.
 
Wednesday, Dec 16, 2020, 16:11 Hardware
WSJ: How Tim Cook's appointment has influenced Apple
Tim Cook was already a prominent figure at Apple before his appointment to CEO 2011, he's become even more so of one since. The Wall Street Journal takes a closer look at this man, whose entire life seems to revolve around Apple, and who leads a lonely lifestyle as a result.
 
Wednesday, Dec 16, 2020, 15:02 Events
Bloomberg: Upcoming Pro Macs to have up to 32 performance cores and 128 GPU cores
Bloomberg presents a sketch of new Macs and Apple’s plans for the coming year. Should reports be accurate, then one can only be amazed.
 
Wednesday, Dec 09, 2020, 14:38 Mac: Hardware
Apple permits independent Repair Shops to perform Mac Repairs
Apple has recently expanded the “Independent Repair Provider Program” to Macs. This means that independent repair shops will now have access to special tools, trainings, and replacement parts provided by Apple—as long as the repair shop possesses the required certificate.
 
Monday, Nov 02, 2020, 15:05 Hardware
iOS14: Setting up 3rd Party Browsers and Mail Clients
The arrival of iOS14 and iPadOS 14 provides iPhone and iPad users with a new freedom: users will finally be able to choose their own default browser or mail client. In this article, we’ll describe the process.
 
Tuesday, Oct 20, 2020, 15:01 iOS: Software
iOS-Tip: How to create a screenshot of an entire webpage with Safari
In comparison to the numerous browsers available for desktop, it’s not possible to save an entire webpage to a device locally with Safari for iPhone and iPad. With the advent of iOS 13 however, Apple has equipped the screenshot-feature with the ability to capture more more than the immediately viewable display.
 
Friday, Sep 11, 2020, 11:51 iOS: Software
iTunes is history—and soon for Windows as well
The aged iTunes-Suite is no longer a part of macOS since macOS 10.15 Catalina and has been chopped up into individual, specialized apps. Windows is now threatened with the same fate, a sign that the end-days are nigh for iTunes, with the software now potentially becoming history once and for all.
 
Friday, Sep 11, 2020, 10:55 Software
A new category of Apple products in the works? Apple has allegedly begun work on an ARM-Console
The Apple TV could theoretically be redesigned as a game-console, especially as it already meets many of the requirements. According to reports, Apple is setting their sights on the billion dollar market with targeted gaming hardware.
 
Friday, Sep 11, 2020, 10:54 Hardware
WiFi-Tip: How to turn your iPhone into a hotspot for your Mac, or vice versa
Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, and Mac, can communicate with one another in diverse manners when sharing an internet connection. In this tip of ours, we explain how to set up your Cupertino smartphones, tablets, and computers for use as an internet hotspot.
 
Friday, Sep 11, 2020, 10:54 iOS: Software