The iPhone 12 focus this year will be 5G. But it may be that the iPhone 13 focus, in 2021, will be the cameras.
Apple is hunting for an exec to lead its moves original podcasts, but should it being doing this, and what benefit does doing so bring?
Apple has recently shipped some really nice, updated MacBook Airs and Pros. But that’s not the end of their story.
John looks at a review of a 49-inch display and how a really large display can brighten the work-at-home landscape.
Dr. Mac really likes Parallels Toolbox, which includes more than 30 different tools for macOS (and/or Windows 10) for $19.99/year.
Established streaming TV services have strong video libraries and relationships, experience and bargaining power. They can ramp up when needed. Apple TV+ doesn’t enjoy that kind of leverage.
Having multiple products with basically the same name, along with a messy UI, is holding back the Apple TV+ streaming service.
It usually takes some time after a new Apple product is released (or gets closer to release) to get all the details figured out. That’s happening this week.
Big tech companies are destined to suffer from unemployment, recession and fear, right? Yes, but maybe not so much as thought. Resilience is key.
During the earnings report Tim Cook highlighted the importance of remote technologies. But you wouldn’t think so with the lack of marketing.
Corporations have obligations to their shareholders, but during Apple’s Financial Results report for Q2 2020, Tim Cook made it clear that his company has obligations to the community as well.
John, as always, collects lots of tasty news debris. iPhone 12 models, sizes, pricing, 5G support and shipping time frame. An important new Apple Watch 6 feature. Plus, you may be charging your MacBook Pro wrong.
Dr. Mac says some of the bright spots in this dark time are formerly paid services and apps now available at no cost for a limited time in response to the crisis and shares a handful of his faves.
Dr. Mac has been working from home for more than three decades and recommends two helpful techniques for getting stuff done.
With good leadership and determination, Apple continues to provide modern tools to use in our daily work. We need that.
The new iPhone SE is relatively inexpensive by Apple standards. But it will be a big money maker for Apple. John explains.
Charlotte reflects on six-months of having an iPhone as her main phone, with lots of positives, but still a few niggles, to be found.
Along with with any other company in this pandemic, Apple is sizing up the multitude of challenges facing it. Customers will adapt.
Dr. Mac has some tips to help you back up your Mac correctly, including two ironclad rules and an axiom for backing up properly.