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iMac Pro arrives – Did Apple screw up? After announcing a Pro iMac would be coming early this year, and an official announcement of the iMac Pro at the WWDC, with a few weeks to spare, Apple delivered an indisputably sexy iMac Read more…


One of the more popular and highly rated blog publishing applications for Mac is MarsEdit, currently available in version 3.7.11. After seven years of point updates to MarsEdit 3, the team at Red Sweater have announced a beta of the upcoming Read more…


WWDC is upon us! Time to forget all the rumours and get into the real news. Here’s our WWDC 2017 Live Report! The show opened with an apocalypse scenario posed on a world without apps. Stats 16m registered developers, an increase Read more…


Apple WWDC June 5. Apple has confirmed that you will be able to live-stream the keynote for the Worldwide Developers Conference. Apple’s first event of the year is scheduled to kick off with a keynote on Monday, June 5 at Read more…


We earlier reported on the Matias Wireless Keyboard for Mac and were suitably impressed both with operation, and the ability to swap between up to 4 devices at the press of a button, though felt it didn’t quite have the Read more…


In a recent meeting with a select group of Journalists Apple let slip their plans for an iMac to address some ‘Pro’ requirements before the end of this year, a machine we’ll call the iMac Pro for want of a Read more…


A number of sites have recently discussed the likelihood of iMac upgrades before the end of the year. These rumours follow on from Apple’s recent admission they had failed the pro user market and Apple’s hints on the future of Read more…


To many, the Mac desktop family has suffered from neglect in recent years. This neglect has caused many Pro users to migrate to alternative platforms. In a roundtable with a select group of journalists at Cupertino this week, Apple appears Read more…


Apple launched a new 9.7-inch iPad overnight, equipped with an A9 chip and a brighter Retina display to replace the iPad Air 2, which has been discontinued. Called “iPad,” this new tablet is Apple’s new entry-level model at the 9.7-inch Read more…

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