Apple neglects the Mac Pro for four years, and now says it’s working on a new one. Why is it turning pro again?
Apple did a very un-Apple-like thing recently. It pre-announced a new Mac Pro and pro displays, which won’t see the light of day until 2018. It did so not from a polished stage presentation, but in a sit down conversation with select journalists. The unusual disclosure was in response to increasing perceptions that the company had abandoned the professional market, with an aging Mac Pro that hadn’t been updated for four years.
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Google I/O 2021
Google’s annual developer conference around everything the company does. While a lot of the technologies announced just fade into the background of what makes every Google service work, and therefore too boring for the everyman to read about, here are the top three that we’d love to see become reality.
XIAOMI MI 11 - THE AFFORDABLE FLAGSHIP
The Xiaomi Mi 11 has all the core features of what Xiaomi wants to offer in a 2021 flagship, without some of its over-the-top features from the Mi 11 Ultra. For instance, Mi 11 doesn’t have the secondary AMOLED display, multi-point direct ToF laser focusing, or IP-rated water resistance, all of which is available on the Mi 11 Ultra.
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POST APOCALYPSE GONE MILD
From CPU To XPU
WE WANT TO HELP CUSTOMERS CAPITALISE GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CLOUD, AI, 5G, AS WELL AS THE INTELLIGENT AND AUTONOMOUS EDGE.
Arlo Essential Video Doorbell Wire-Free
Connecting Door To Phone
Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey
A Surprisingly Complex Apocalypse
Resident Evil Village
A carnival of horrors
Apple 12.9-Inch iPad Pro (2021) - Ridiculously Powerful
M1 was Apple’s first custom processor, and never in my years of writing about notebooks have I seen a processor that’s so powerful and efficient. In my review, I said it rewrote the notebook rulebook. So what did Apple do next? Naturally, it took the M1 chip and put it in the iPad Pro.
No Rest For The Wicked
With not one, not two, but three Diablo games in the pipeline and well on their way to release, I don’t think I can stress this enough: it’s a fantastic time to be a fan of Blizzard’s beloved dungeon-crawler franchise. On our end, we’ve already thrown a few punches at both Immortal and D2R’s Technical Alpha sessions, and so far, we’re quite satisfied with what they’ve got on the menu.
A Relaxing Thrill Ride
Monster Hunter: Rise
Evolution of the App
The introduction of the iPhone in 2007—or, more specifically, Apple opening its App Store to third-party developers in 2008—turned out to be one of the most consequential developments ever to hit the home automation market.
Next–gen arrives with M1, Liquid Retina XDR, 5G, and Thunderbolt
APPLE HAS UNVEILED a redesigned Podcasts app, podcast channels, and Apple Podcasts Subscriptions, a global marketplace for listeners to discover premium subscriptions offered by their favorite creators alongside the millions of free shows available.
Apple TV 4K
Now with 60fps HDR and all–new remote
All–new iMac is here!
Slim, stylish, next–gen iMac with Apple silicon
LOSSLESS: APPLE MUSIC PREMIERES DOLBY ATMOS, SPATIAL AUDIO
In an effort to better compete with the likes of Spotify, Apple Music has announced plans to introduce industry-leading sound quality, as well as Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos support.
A Match Made In Skyrim
Bethesda officially joins Microsoft
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT APPLE'S TRACKING DEVICE
GET THE LOWDOWN ON APPLE’S OWN ITEM TRACKERS.
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24-Inch M1 iMac – How To Pick The Perfect Preorder
Here’s our guide to help you buy the one you need.