John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about the iMac Pro now that we know it’s launching on Thursday. They share their first impressions, and have some big reactions to it’s lack of upgradability.
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Jonathan Morrison was lucky enough to get an early hands-on experience with Apple’s new iMac Pro, and he thinks it looks pretty awesome. He tricked out the new model with a cool desk and speakers, and made what he calls the perfect iMac Pro setup. It does look pretty awesome, and he’s already hard at work on some serious video editing. Check out his video showing the dream iMac Pro setup.
Want a stand to elevate your new iMac Pro display? TwelveSouth’s new HiRise Pro is out and it’s compatible with older iMac models, too.
Apple just announced the iMac Pro will be available on December 14th, and MKBHD already has a first look video out for the new computer. After using the iMac Pro for a week he says it’s definitely a pro-level machine when it comes to power and performance, and it looks really cool, too. The big downside is that you can’t upgrade any internal components, just like Apple’s MacBook Pro lineup. Check out the MKBHD video to see more.
Apple promised the iMac Pro would ship this year, and now we know the date it’s happening: Thursday, December 14th.
Apple Pay isn’t quite as smooth an experience on the iPhone X as it is on earlier iPhone models. There’s a trick to getting it to work reliably when you’re at the check out counter. Watch to learn what to do.
Dave Hamilton and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to discuss the HomeKit Zero Day exploit that was just revealed, plus John and Jeff get into a debate about whether the iPad should be considered a computer.
We rounded up a few stylus options that work with a wide range of iPads, and even the iPhone, that also all cost less than Apple Pencil.
Bloggers rejoice! MarsEdit 4 was released this week, only seven years after its last major update.
Anil Sethi, Apple’s Health Director, has left the company to start a new company that makes it easier for patients to access their medical records and share the information with doctors.
Apple’s new iMac Pro has shown up in a European regulatory filing, hinting that it may be only days away from launch.
Looking for some cool games to kill time while you wait for Star Wars: The Last Jedi to open? Check out these iPhone and iPad games to hold you over.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to look at the trust issue Apple created with customers, plus John nails his prediction on when Amazon Prime Video for Apple TV would ship.
If you’re of a certain age Liquid Television has a special place in your heart. If that doesn’t ring a bell, it’s a ground breaking animation series that ran on MTV in the 1990s that gave us shows like Beavis and Butt-head along with Æon Flux. The series featured shorts that defined a new style of animation and storytelling, and the full episodes haven’t been seen in their complete form since they were originally aired. That just changed because MTV posted the entire series on Archive.org where you can watch them all for free. If you haven’t seen the show before, clear your weekend schedule and start watching. If you remember the show, well, you’re welcome.
Apple’s annual Best Of list for the App Store and iTunes Store is out with picks for the iPhone and iPad.
Dave Hamilton and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet to look at Amazon Prime Video on Apple TV, plus they share their favorite RSS reader apps.