Apple isn't going to make a 4K TV

Published in Business

The consensus now is that Apple is not going to make a TV.

Debuting early in 2011, the dual protocol Thunderbolt standard promised dramatically improved transfer performance between peripheral devices and even the ability to daisy chain up to six devices form one port. So why, two years later, is it still considered a marginal technology? Andy Stout reports

The fallout from Apple’s new MacBook Pro launch continued over the weekend, with ructions about pricing, dismay (at least in some quarters) about the dropping of its iconic powering-up chime, and the realisation that it has the ability to power a lot of screens.

Apple's Lightning audio...for cameras?

Published in Audio

Rumours of a certain subtraction from the upcoming iPhone 7 raises some interesting questions for camera audio.

 

There's a downside to new operating system upgrades: incompatibility. But Blackmagic already has their software ready to go with Mavericks

This low-cost app turns your i-device into a multi-faceted exposure meter

The new iPad: This doubles everything

Published in Technology & Computing

RedShark is the first online publication that has as part of its core philosophy the idea that technology is doubling in capability every year or so. There's nothing new about this idea. Moore's law was built around it in 1965, and Raymond Kurzweil wrote his seminal work on the exponential growth of technology "The Singularity is Near" in 2005 - and it is still uncannily accurate in predicting trends.

New 9.7-inch iPad Pro targets older PCs

Published in Technology & Computing

Apple’s latest event wasn’t a blockbuster, but as the company rapidly approaches its 40th Anniversary, it was interesting to see how Cupertino plans to adapt to a more competitive market while playing a leading role in a rather critical current debate about the future of privacy. By K Stewart.

What happened to the Mac Pro?

Published in Technology & Computing

For almost a decade, the Mac Pro has been the workhorse for video editors, VFX artists and animators. But there hasn't been a new model for years, and - consistent, perhaps, with Apple's disastrous launch of Final Cut X, there is a very strong sense amongst professionals that their needs are not foremost in Apple's minds.

RedShark Review: iStopMotion app for iOS and OSX

Published in Post & VFX

We review the iStopMotion animation app, a software package that brings some pro animation features to iPads and iPhones.

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