We're only speculating, but we think we know what the Mac Pro will be like

Apple reveals its latest plans at WWDC15

Published in Technology & Computing

Apple Music, Metal for Mac OS Pro Apps and plenty more at WWDC15. This was a sprawling, diffuse keynote that, if nothing else, helped illustrate how Steve Jobs’ famously focused company has evolved to compete on so many different fronts, even if the product line would still fit on a single table. Report by K. Stewart.

A new, higher quality version of ProRes is immediately supported by the ARRI Alexa

Apple TV boasts the slickest media streaming UI yet, but that's only a fraction of its true potential. By realising an app-based future for television, K Stewart reckons that this device really could rewrite the consumer rulebook.

Apple lays out its software future

Published in Technology & Computing

Apple’s most hard core developer keynote in years highlights OS X Yosemite and iOS8

Why did Foxconn buy into GoPro?

Published in Business

Who's the biggest electronics manufacturing company in the world? Samsung? Sony? Apple?

Into the top half of our Top Ten countdown and this opinion piece from Clayton Moore: Ahead of a significant Apple event on Thursday (this was back in October) he wondered how the company's wildly successful efforts in the consumer space could point to a future NLE resurgence and the rebirth of Final Cut Pro.

Should you buy a Mac Pro (the new one) or an iMac?

Published in Business

iMacs are really powerful these days, and they come with a screen. The previous generation of Mac Pro's biggest selling point was that it was upgradable. The new Mac Pro isn't upgradable internally at all. Which should you buy? It's not an easy decision. This article by Chris Potter will help you through the decision process, and it will hopefully stop you making bad choices

It's been a long time coming, but now we finally have a 'pro' iOS device is it really all that we'd hoped for? K Stewart has been living with one and finds it an important step to something that could be truly great.

Lightning strikes! But does it mean better audio?

Published in Audio

Some people are upset that Apple might be dropping its traditional headphone connector. But this is actually a good thing

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