I’ve heard of a wide range of audio problems with Macs. Among the most common occur in Bluetooth […]
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.
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.
Desperately seeking a mid-range desktop Mac? Is the iMac out of date and overpriced, and that gap to the iMac Pro too great?
In a couple of weeks, when macOS 10.13.6 update ships, it’ll all be over for High Sierra. What should we remember it for?
Apple spills some of its beans to a select group of the press, and we start to explore the new features expected in macOS 10.13.
We should see a lot of new hardware releases, and macOS 10.13 in the autumn. Plan now so that you cope well with the switch in file systems: that may affect your current backups, and more.
Next year might not be as bad as it is currently. Tim Cook doesn’t reveal any details, but lays down some corporate policy.