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Apple iPad Air 2 vs iPad Air: What's the difference?

Apple iPad Air 2 vs iPad Air: What's the difference?

By 16 October 2014

Another year means another iPad. Updating the iPad Air, launched in October 2013, comes the iPad Air 2. The iPad Air 2 will be sold alongside the iPad Air, so you still have the choice of both. But with your existing iPad Air already offering a great... >>

Mac OS X Yosemite review
4.5 out of 5

Mac OS X Yosemite review

By 16 October 2014

Apple's new operating system, OS X Yosemite, has arrived with a number of design and feature changes in tow and the promise of being the best version of OS X yet. But it is really that simple? Can it really be just a case of pressing the download button... >>

OS X Yosemite Continuity and Handoff review: You can put your phone away, but not completely

OS X Yosemite Continuity and Handoff review: You can put your phone away, but not completely

By 16 October 2014

Continuity. It's a word you are likely to hear a lot of from Apple over the coming weeks and months. But what does it mean, and why should you care? Seen in the bigger picture, it is the move by Apple to connect all your devices together. Whether that's... >>

iPad mini 3 updated with Touch ID sensor, pre-orders start tomorrow-

iPad mini 3 updated with Touch ID sensor, pre-orders start tomorrow-

By 16 October 2014

Apple is holding an event in Cupertino, where it just unveiled an update to the iPad mini with Retina display: iPad mini 3. The iPad mini 3 most notably comes with a Touch ID sensor. Other features that Apple highlighted include a 7.9-inch Retina display,... >>

Apple iPad Air 2 preview: Thin is in, but is it enough?

Apple iPad Air 2 preview: Thin is in, but is it enough?

By 16 October 2014

Apple has updated its iPad range with new features to entice those yet to buy an iPad, or those feeling the urge to upgrade. Questioning how you make the best tablet on the market even better, Apple's response is to make it thinner and faster. Given... >>

New Apple Mac mini is faster, cheaper, available today

New Apple Mac mini is faster, cheaper, available today

By 16 October 2014

Apple has announced an update to the Mac mini, its most accessible desktop computer. It now starts at $499/£399. Sticking to the same design, the new Mac mini now has fourth-generation Intel Core processors, with Intel Isis and HD Graphics 5000, and... >>

Apple iMac adopts 5K Retina display for super sharp images, 7x more pixels than 1080p

Apple iMac adopts 5K Retina display for super sharp images, 7x more pixels than 1080p

By 16 October 2014

Apple has introduced a new desktop iMac with a 27-inch Retina display. At 5120 x 2880, the company calls it the 5K Retina display and claims that it is the world's highest resolution desktop display screen. Saying that it has seven times more pixels than... >>

iPad Air 2 unveiled, thinner than ever and with an A8X processor

iPad Air 2 unveiled, thinner than ever and with an A8X processor

By 16 October 2014

Apple has officially announced its new iPad Air (not leaked as it did the other day). The iPad Air 2 is similar in visible design to the last generation, but has several new features that take the story on that bit further. CEO Tim Cook revealed that... >>

Apple to roll out OS X Yosemite today, iOS 8.1 update next week

Apple to roll out OS X Yosemite today, iOS 8.1 update next week

By 16 October 2014

Apple is holding a live event at its headquarters in Cupertino, where it just confirmed upgrades to Mac OS X and iOS 8 are launching. Apple will release the consumer version of OS X Yosemite - the next major update to OS X announced in June at WWDC -... >>

Indie developers able to produce Apple Watch apps too, WatchKit SDK coming in November

Indie developers able to produce Apple Watch apps too, WatchKit SDK coming in November

By 16 October 2014

Apple has confirmed that it will allow all developers to develop apps for the Apple Watch from November rather than just a select few.  The SDK, called WatchKit, will be added to the developer preview programme next month and means that it isn’t just... >>


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