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Old School Runescape Now Available for iOS

1 month 1 week ago

Old School Runescape launched on iOS today. Old School RuneScape is RuneScape how you used to know. It was first released in 2013 and is based on RuneScape as it was way back in 2007. It’s the only MMORPG in the world that is shaped by its players, with developers releasing new, regular content that has been voted for by the fans. Play as the lone adventurer seeking glory through individual challenges, or band together with other heroes to leave your mark on the game. With 23 skills to master, hundreds of lore-filled quests, and dozens of unique raids and bosses to defeat, Old School RuneScape has a challenge for everyone. App Store: Old School Runescape – Free


Andrew Orr

The new MacBook Air: Everything you need to know

1 month 1 week ago

After years of borderline neglect, the MacBook Air finally received the long-overdue update it deserved at Apple’s Brooklyn event on October 30, dragging the ultra-thin laptop into the modern era with a design overhaul and a Retina display.

The previous MacBook Air felt out-of-place in Apple’s current lineup. It was the only Mac without a Retina display. It still used the old keyboard instead of the new low-profile “butterfly” keyboard. It still had a MagSafe connector for charging and USB-A ports. It still used an ancient fifth-generation Intel Core processor. All of these things have since disappeared from Apple’s laptops, but the MacBook Air held on, waiting for a big redesign.

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Jason Cross

6 ways the iPad Pro refresh makes Apple’s tablet exciting again

1 month 1 week ago

The iPad Pro has long been an impressive device (even if you weren’t so hot on that whole “what’s a computer” bit), but if we’re being frank, it had gotten kind of boring. The past few years brought new features and new peripherals like the Apple Pencil, but on the whole it felt little different from the device Steve Jobs showed us in 2010.

That changes today. Apple’s latest iPad Pro retains the feel of the world’s most popular tablet while refocusing it to cater to modern needs and introducing its most significant design change to date. Regardless of whether we’re talking about its ports, its display, or even its means of input, it’s better situated to be a desktop replacement than ever before.

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Leif Johnson

Finally! The Mac mini gets an update

1 month 1 week ago
One thing long-time Mac users have been asking for is an update to the Mac mini, and Apple finally delivered today. While the device is still in a box similar in size to the previous version, what’s inside that box is totally improved. The new space gray Mac mini starts at $799, and is available for order today for delivery or pickup at Apple retail stores as early as November 7.
Steven Sande

Apple’s MacBook Air Introduction Video

1 month 1 week ago

Apple posted the MacBook Air introductory video to YouTube. This is the video narrated by Laura Metz, Senior Product Manager, shown during Apple’s “There’s More in the Making” media event on Tuesday. Jeff Gamet wrote up the details on the MacBook Air itself. MacBook Air starts at US$1,199, is available for preorder now, and ships on November 7th.


Bryan Chaffin

Apple intros all-new MacBook Air, new graphics options for MacBook Pro

1 month 1 week ago
During today’s New York (well, Brooklyn) event, Apple announced a totally new MacBook Air, a 13-inch model with a Liquid Retina display, Touch ID, and more. The new laptop brings the MacBook Air line up to speed with features that match or surpass those in some of the other MacBook lines. The new laptop starts at $1,199 and is available for order today for delivery on November 7.
Steven Sande

Apple announces new iPad Pro with USB-C, Face ID, and new Apple Pencil

1 month 1 week ago
Darn, I didn’t get the mouse support I wanted, but Apple has introduced, as expected, a new iPad Pro with all-screen design and next-generation performance. The all-new design pushes 11-inch and 12.9-inch Liquid Retina displays to the edges of iPad Pro and integrates Face ID to securely unlock the iPad with a glance.
Dennis Sellers