Wondering what happened to the iMac 2018 and the replacement for the 5 year-old Mac Pro? We should see them in 2019, inevitably with T2 chips.
Eighteen new apps for free download – it hasn’t been a bad year. But Apple needs to fix its App Store, as well as delivering new iMacs and the Mac Pro in 2019. And did I mention security?
I was replying to a tweet when the display suddenly went black. Was my iMac Pro dead, or just auto-rebooting after a kernel panic, and why?
Migration is pain: you can spread it out over days or weeks, or get it over with in a much shorter period. Moving your Time Machine backups also requires great care.
Apple’s latest Macs have T2 chips and SSDs which are not user-replaceable. Isn’t buying one courting with disaster?
Is the new Mac mini the best-performing for its cost? Does the new iPad Pro rival better desktop systems in benchmarks? Let’s look at those figures more carefully.
So you’ve just got your new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or Mac mini – or iMac Pro – with its T2 chip. How does that change things? Practical advice and solutions.
I was startled to discover that a brand new iMac Pro shipped with macOS 10.13.2 pre-installed, and was very reluctant to upgrade to Mojave.
Desperately seeking a mid-range desktop Mac? Is the iMac out of date and overpriced, and that gap to the iMac Pro too great?
Apple has today released its guidance notes for system administrators, to help them prepare for the release of […]