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El Capitan code suggests Apple 21.5-inch iMac with 4K screen

El Capitan code suggests Apple 21.5-inch iMac with 4K screen

By 26 June 2015

Apple may be preparing a new 4K iMac for the 21.5-inch range. Currently Apple has its 27-inch iMac with 5K Retina display dazzling eyes with its high resolution screen. But the smaller 21.5-inch iMac hasn't had a screen update in some time. Code in the... >>

Apple Photos for Mac is here: What is it, and how does it work?

Apple Photos for Mac is here: What is it, and how does it work?

By 8 April 2015

Apple has begun rolling out OS X 10.10.3, a free software update for Macs, which brings the new Photos app for Mac, among many other things. The new app looks great - but also slightly confusing. Photos is replacing iPhoto, Aperture, and in a way, My... >>

Is OS X Yosemite coming soon? Apple releases possible final GM version to developers

Is OS X Yosemite coming soon? Apple releases possible final GM version to developers

By 30 September 2014

Apple has released a candidate golden master version of OS X Yosemite to developers, suggesting the software is set to release soon. Called OS X Yosemite Golden Master Candidate 1.0 (or build 14A378a), the software could be the final version of OS X Yosemite... >>

Next Mac operating system officially named OS X Yosemite - and it looks like iOS 7

Next Mac operating system officially named OS X Yosemite - and it looks like iOS 7

By 2 June 2014

Apple has unveiled the next version of its operating system for its huge Mac userbase and, as guessed by many a couple of days ago, it's called OS X Yosemite. The name was originally suspected when a banner was seen being erected at Apple's Worldwide... >>

Group video calling made free for Skype on desktop and Xbox One, coming for all soon

Group video calling made free for Skype on desktop and Xbox One, coming for all soon

By 28 April 2014

Skype is now a little more compelling for those of you who love to video chat with multiple friends but don't have much cash to spare. There's no shortage of video-calling services these days, and that means companies like Microsoft-owned Skype need to... >>

Apple shuns Super Bowl to screen 1.24.14 ad online, shot entirely on iPhone 5S in one day

Apple shuns Super Bowl to screen 1.24.14 ad online, shot entirely on iPhone 5S in one day

By 3 February 2014

Instead of jostling with the rest of the super funny, but too-many-to-get-noticed adverts during the Super Bowl last night, Apple has posted its latest advert online. The 87-second short film was directed by Jake Scott, son of Ridley, who himself directed... >>

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

By 25 January 2014

It's not often Apple executives sit down for an interview, but to celebrate the Mac's thirtieth anniversary on Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked candidly with ABC News. It's a rare look inside such a secret company.  Cook, along with Apple executives... >>

iFixit creates great 80s Macintosh 128K teardown video for Mac's 30th anniversary

iFixit creates great 80s Macintosh 128K teardown video for Mac's 30th anniversary

By 24 January 2014

With every big new hardware release you can bet the iFixit team are all over it like grannies at a buffet. But what about the long lost gadgetry? And more specifically, what about the 1984 Macintosh 128K that started the whole line-up of Apple computers... >>

Google Now desktop integration lands for Chrome browser Canary build

Google Now desktop integration lands for Chrome browser Canary build

By 16 January 2014

Google Now cards and notifications are now available for the Chrome browser. Kind of. To further merge your desktop and mobile experience together, Google has added its Google Now service to the latest Mac and Windows build of Chrome Canary. That's a... >>

Knock app literally lets you knock your iPhone to unlock a Mac

Knock app literally lets you knock your iPhone to unlock a Mac

By 5 November 2013

Lovers of the Apple ecosystem now have a new way to unlock their computers, without password and Touch ID, because there's a new app that lets them literally knock their iPhone to unlock a Mac. For just $3.99 (£2.49), the Knock app for iPhone will unlock... >>