Word sometimes gets around that I’m avid runner, softball/basketball player, so I get requests to review products that aren’t exactly electronics/computer-related. Today’s critique is one of them, so if you’re not like me (a “geekalete”?), feel free to skip this one.
Apple is looking around Manhattan for somewhere between 200,000 and 500,000 square feet for a new office, sources told The Real Deal. One source said the tech giant could take as much as 750,000 square feet.
Cloud storage is a great concept; you have a place away from your computer to store your files safely, meaning you no longer have to worry about hard drives failing or natural disasters ruining all of your data. The bad side? You have to keep paying for it, year after year. Not so with ThunderDrive Cloud Storage. Pay once — $29 for 500GB or $59 for 2TB — and you have a lifetime of access ahead of you.
Apple has activated a "dormant software lock" on its latest iPhones to discourage battery replacements that aren't undertaken by Apple, according to a report last week by iFixit.
Another day, another lawsuit. Apple is being sued again by a company called Corephotonics, an Israeli maker of dual-lens camera technologies for smartphones, claiming Apple infringed on 10 separate patents covering methods of deploying dual-camera systems in handheld devices, as well as technology related to the advanced imaging hardware.
We hear rumors about upcoming iPhones with foldable screen. But what about Macs with bendable displays. Imagine a MacBook Pro with a screen that measured 13-inches when you're, for example, on an airplane. Get to your hotel room, however, and you can unfold it to 17 inches or bigger.
Fluance’s Ai40 powered bookshelf speakers — available on Amazon for $199.99 . — are some of the best speakers in their price range. They’re active speakers with an integrated 70W Class D amplifier (35 watts per channel).
By now, most readers of Apple World Today are aware of the fact that I’m learning guitar as a 61-year-old. The great thing about learning now as an adult is that all of the technological tools I’m using to help me advance weren’t available when I was a teenager, so I have a real advantage. Since I’m learning electric guitar, an amplifier isn’t just something nice to have — it’s a necessity. IK Multimedia provided me with one of their iRig Micro Amps (MSRP, $149.99) for testing and use during my learning experience, and today I’ll take you on a tour of the features of this small, but powerful device.
If you travel the world, you know what a hassle it can be to make sure that you have the correct plug adapter for the country you’re visiting. The GOSPACE SuperCharger can take away that worry by giving you access to different plug adapters, USB-A, USB-C and Qi wireless charging, even when there’s no plug nearby. We have the GOSPACE SuperCharger on sale at 54% off the regular price for just $44.99.
Over the years, I’ve reviewed a number of apps that are designed to assist both amateur astronomers and science buffs. When Cosmic Watch appeared on my radar, I thought I would try out its features and give Apple World Today readers an idea of how this iOS app can both educate and delight you.
Use Gmail? A lot? You’ll love today’s deal in the Apple World Today Deals Shop, because we’ve got a deal on both a 1-year subscription to Darwin Mail Pro Lite ($9.99) and a Lifetime Subscription ($29.99). Darwin Mail is a browser-based service that supercharges Gmail, and do things that Gmail (and Apple Mail) can’t do.
Some research has determined “sitting disease” as the cause for numerous health issues. The 90-degree sitting position that many of us take on for hours on end during the work week may be a cause for concern.
Could macOS 10.15 — the operating system update that will follow this fall's macOS 10.14 Catalina -- sport a 3D interface? Who knows? But a future version likely will.
Today Parallels — which is now part of Canadian software powerhouse Corel — announced Parallels Desktop 15 for Mac. Each year, Parallels makes a major update to the virtual machine app, and 2019 brings some excellent changes.
Review: Need a lot of power and an AC outlet? The Renogy Phoenix 100 Mini Power Station fits the bill
Apple World Today readers have probably had their fill of reviews of battery packs. There are battery cases, external battery packs, USB-C battery packs, and just about every other external power source you can imagine. But what if you need an AC outlet when you’re out in the woods? Today we’re going to look at the Renogy Phoenix 100 Mini Power Station (US$159.99), a battery pack that leaves most of its competitors in the dust.
Apple has released a trailer for The Morning Show, its upcoming drama about a morning news show starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Anniston, and Steve Carell.
Apple remained the third largest smartphone vender in Europe in the second quarter (Q2) of 2019 with 14.1% market share, though iPhone sales dropped 17% to 6.4 units, according to Canalys.
The global tablet market declined 7% year-on-year in the second quarter (Q2) of 2019, according to Strategy Analytics. Apple’s iPad still dominates the global tablet market with 29% market share, thought growth was down 7% year-over-year.
When I shoot photos with my Canon mirrorless camera that look great, but just need a little tweaking to become AWESOME, I use Luminar 3. Skylum’s amazing app has changed the way that professional and amateur photographers edit their photos, and today you can get Luminar 3 for Mac and Windows as well as access to Richard Harrington’s “Deep Dive to Luminar 3” online course — all for just $49.
The weekend is off to an interesting start with some intriguing Apple rumors. First up: Twitter user “CoinX,” who has a short but accurate track record in prognostications, says we can expect an “iPhone Pro” this year.