Comment: Apple's Spring Loaded Event – The Good the Bad... And Almost No Ugly

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 editorial team thinks of this evening's event.
Tuesday, Apr 20, 2021, 22:20 Events
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Wednesday, Jul 20, 2022, 11:15 Mac: Hardware

MacBook Air M2 Performance Limit Test – Throttling Compared To MacBook Pro M2 & M1 Air

The MacBook Air does not possess any fans, making for a quieter running experience – with the tradeoff being performance throttling (temporarily lowered clock rate) to prevent excessive heat development during operation under extended CPU and GPU load. To what extent does this affect the new M2-generation? Recent data provides an answer.
Thursday, Jul 14, 2022, 16:12 Economy

Twitter Files Suit Against Elon Musk

Elon Musk, known for Tesla and SpaceX – and a recent publicity stunt to buy out Twitter, has recently backed out of his contractual obligation to purchase the social media company. However, the short messaging service won't let him do so without an appearance in court.
Tuesday, Jul 12, 2022, 15:52 Software

Open Beta Begins For macOS Ventura & iOS 16

The first beta versions of a new Apple software release are only available for developers. After a developer-exclusive beta period for iOS 16 and macOS Ventura, Apple is now expanding the pool. The public beta has finally started, meaning that members of the public testing program can now download pre-release builds.
Tuesday, Jun 21, 2022, 15:42 iOS: Software

iOS 16: Even More Standard Apps Deletable With iOS 16

Apple has enabled iPhone and iPad owners to delete various, undesired yet pre-installed apps (which wasn't originally possible until years after iOS' original release) for some time now. Cupertino will yet again expand this list for iPhone and iPad with iOS 16's release, with the list of removable apps soon to number 30.