Everything you need to know about Apple’s next Mac Pro | iMore

April 8, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 12:40 pm

Wow.  Apple recently broke with decades of tradition to spoil its upcoming product line to a select group of Apple-focused writers. And not just any product line: The company gave a sneak peek of its plans for the future of iMac — including a pro-focused high-end version — and, drumroll please: A new Mac Pro.

Source: Everything you need to know about Apple’s next Mac Pro | iMore

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Highlights from Apple’s Q1 2017 investors call | iMore

February 4, 2017

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 1:39 pm

What went down during Apple’s Q1 2017 earnings call? We’ve got your highlights right here.

Source: Highlights from Apple’s Q1 2017 investors call | iMore

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Meet Apple’s complete MacBook lineup | Macworld

November 16, 2016

Filed under: General,New Products — Steve Rea @ 9:17 pm

Apple unleashed three new MacBook Pros during Thursday’s October event. Here’s a closer look at each one, when you can get them, and how much they cost.

Source: Meet Apple’s complete MacBook lineup | Macworld

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macOS Sierra review: An update as big as the mountains | iMore

September 21, 2016

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 7:17 pm

A long time ago, on a platform far, far away, Mac OS was the branding Apple used for the software that ran on all of its computers. Then came the NeXT acquisition, and with it, OS X. Now, with version 10.12, Apple is once again going back to the Mac — specifically, to macOS.

Source: macOS Sierra review: An update as big as the mountains | iMore

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iOS 10 review: Cleaner, cleverer, and more convenient | iMore

September 21, 2016

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 7:16 pm

iOS 7 was a redesign, wiping away rich textures and putting physics-based interactions in their place. iOS 8 was a re-architecture, decoupling actions from apps and letting them extend into other interfaces and continue across devices. iOS 9 was a rewiring, setting up intelligence and proactivity, but in a way that respected privacy and security.

Source: iOS 10 review: Cleaner, cleverer, and more convenient | iMore

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All the big announcements from Apple’s iPhone 7 event | iMore

September 21, 2016

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 7:13 pm

What were Apple’s biggest announcements at the iPhone 7 and Watch Series 2 event? These!

Apple made a lot of important announcements during its September 2016 event. Here are all of the important ones and included links to exactly what you need to know!

Source: All the big announcements from Apple’s iPhone 7 event | iMore

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Apple’s announcements from WWDC 2016

June 15, 2016

Filed under: General,New Products — Steve Rea @ 6:47 pm

wwdc-2016-thumbnailApple kicked off WWDC 2016 today with a number of major announcements.

Source: These are Apple’s big announcements from WWDC 2016

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Irwin Wagman Obituary – 11/28/2015

December 5, 2015

Filed under: General — Steve Rea @ 5:25 pm

IMG_3433Irwin Wagman, 80, died November 28, 2015 after a long and courageous battle with mantle cell lymphoma.

Source: Irwin Wagman Obituary – Rochester, NY

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Apples iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, and Apple TV event in 2 minutes

September 9, 2015

Filed under: New Products — Steve Rea @ 7:49 pm

Apples event today announcing the faster iPhone 6s, bigger iPad Pro, and fully revamped Apple TV was a marathon, clocking in at nearly 2 hours and 20 minutes. But thanks to the magic of “internet”, weve cut it down to 2 minutes so you can catch everything thats really important. And between the phone, the other phone, the tablet, the other tablet, the TV box, the watches, the OS, the other OS, the other other OS, and the new OS, theres a lot.

via Apples iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, and Apple TV event in 2 minutes | iMore.

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Everything you need to know about the WWDC 2015 keynote | iMore

June 10, 2015

Filed under: New Products — Steve Rea @ 7:06 pm

Don’t worry about missing the WWDC 2015 keynote, we’ve got the full wrap-up right here.

The WWDC 2015 keynote started off with a fun little sketch by Bill Hader and a handful other other notable comedians pretending to prep a big show. Tim Cook took the stage to talk about how many attendees were coming from around the world, and the sessions they’ll be offering

via Everything you need to know about the WWDC 2015 keynote | iMore.

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