Today at WWDC 2017 developer conference, Apple announced the next version of the company’s desktop operating system macOS. The new operating system, simply dubbed macOS High Sierra (succeeding macOS Sierra) brings a whole bunch of refinements as well as an all new version of Metal.
Microsoft isn’t the only one releasing a slew of new devices. Huawei‘s also got some toys to show us and they’re an update to the company’s previous first Windows 10 device, the MateBook. This time, there are three variants — called the MateBook X, MateBook E and MateBook D — and they’re all a little different from each other.
Apple resellers have been actively pushing discounts back to back. After running a RM500 off promotion on the iPhone 7, reseller Switch has announced a new RM400 off promo for selected MacBook models.
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Remember that big event we were all looking forward to this Thursday (well, Friday for Malaysians) where Apple was going to reveal all the cool things they’ve done to the new MacBook Pro? Well, it looks like Cupertino made a boo-boo and revealed two hidden images of its upcoming MacBook Pro in macOS Sierra’s 12.1 update.
After the iPhone, it’s now finally back to the Macs as Apple sends out invites to their latest event that’s been set for next week. The event, titled “hello again” could be the one every MacBook Pro user has been waiting for.
Xiaomi‘s next big event is taking place tomorrow, the 27th of July. The Chinese company is set to launch at least one smartphone (or maybe two) and a new affordable notebook. While there have been many rumours surrounding the new notebook, this may be our first real look at Xiaomi’s upcoming “Mi Notebook”.
Apple products are expensive to buy brand new. If you’ve always wanted a shiny Apple product, Machines is organising a warehouse clearance sales with lowered prices for iPod, iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch and other accessories.
When you decide to be an early adopter of new tech, you’re definitely going to have some hiccups. The folks at Cupertino don’t do this often since they always ensure they’ve “refined” the whole thing down to a point of no failure – usually, that is.
This time, Apple came up short and have blamed a “design issue” at the root of this worldwide recall. Jony Ive’s critics must be having a field day with this news as the brand makes back-to-back “design” mistakes – remember that Smart Battery Case?
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All-around good guy and GOP candidate Donald Trump, knows his way around a business. He’s earned billions by making business decisions in his own companies and thinks he’s the best man to seek business advice from. In this case, the way Apple’s manufacturing system operates.
Speaking to an audience at Liberty University earlier today, Mr Trump as he’s so fondly referred to on the Apprentice, shared some of his insights on how to make Apple more American.
We’re not talking about Apple Pie here.