Apple WWDC 2018

As always, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is where we get to hear on an annual basis on what’s upcoming in the world of Apple software. At this years WWDC 2018, Apple introduces iOS 12, watchOS 5, macOS Mojave, and tvOS. iOS 12 Unusually, Apple kicked off the keynote with iOS. We already knew based on Apple’s,Continue reading “Apple WWDC 2018”

Build 2015 – A much more open Microsoft

If you were expecting a hoard of product announcements and a couple of new flagships, then you will be disappointed by this years Build, where Microsoft focused entirely on software and development in this years conference. Sure, this is Build, but still would’ve been nice to see something else, however since the keynote, quite aContinue reading “Build 2015 – A much more open Microsoft”

Why I’m switching to Surface Pro 3?

It’s not often we get posts inspired by submitted posts, but this is one of those occasions. As you may, or may not, be aware, we allow anyone to post a Tech blog to our website through our ‘The Tech Show Submission Page‘, and we received a post the other day, however it was aContinue reading “Why I’m switching to Surface Pro 3?”

Apple October Event 2014: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Retina 5K iMac, Mac Mini, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8!

At Apple’s October Event, which actually never gained a name, Apple announced a ton of new devices and software experiences, practically covering everything left over … almost, but we’ll get in to that later. What we we’ll get in to now however, is the announcements themselves! Stats Apple didn’t announce anything stat wise at theirContinue reading “Apple October Event 2014: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, Retina 5K iMac, Mac Mini, OS X Yosemite and iOS 8!”

The wait is over, FaceBook integration comes in 10.8.2

Alongside today’s launch of iOS 6, Apple has also released OS X 10.8.2 to the public. The update is currently available via the Software Update functionality in the Mac App Store. The update includes a number of enhancements, most notably Facebook integration and Game Center. It also includes support for several features integrating with iOSContinue reading “The wait is over, FaceBook integration comes in 10.8.2”

Apple WWDC 2012 – iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, MacBook Air/Pro and Mac Pro updated, new MacBook Pro Retina

Beginning After an odd introduction by Siri, which wasn’t as funny as the classic Mac and PC, but still pretty good, the keynote was ready to start. The keynote kicks off with a much more witty it seemed Tim Cook who highlighted the usual year on year overview of progress and numbers, then a videoContinue reading “Apple WWDC 2012 – iOS 6 and Mountain Lion, MacBook Air/Pro and Mac Pro updated, new MacBook Pro Retina”

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies aged 56

Steven Paul Jobs, known by most as simply Steve Jobs has passed away aged 56. Steve Jobs had been suffering difficulties related to Pancreatic Cancer over the past few years. Apple have issued a statement as well as an Apple.com tribute saying; Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lostContinue reading “Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies aged 56”

GTA to officially arrive to the Mac App Store by Rockstar Games!

  Grand Theft Auto is probably Rockstar Games most recognisable title they have, and whilst playing them on the Mac using Cider was about bearable for high spec Macs at the time, when they finally came to DVD for the Mac last year it was great to see Rockstar on the Mac platform. But DVDsContinue reading “GTA to officially arrive to the Mac App Store by Rockstar Games!”

Apple release physical version of Mac OS X Lion

Apple have, after many was noted to be shipping to Apple Stores, released Mac OS X Lion in physical form. But seen as Apple doesn’t seem to be a fan of the optical disc anymore, the physical version comes in the form of a USB Thumb Drive. Advantages of USB Thumb Drive version of LionContinue reading “Apple release physical version of Mac OS X Lion”

Apple releases Mac OS X Lion 10.7.1

Apple today unleashed Mac OS X Lion 10.7.1 to the world. So get that Software Update running if its not already. The update is generally a bug fix update and also a very small update weighing in at just 17.4MB, which is small for Apple, which lets be honest, thats a good thing. In myContinue reading “Apple releases Mac OS X Lion 10.7.1”

Apple Updates 20th July 2011 – OSX Lion, MacBook Airs replace MacBooks and more!

Ah Apple, love em or hate them you can’t ignore them, and today Apple made a team of updates all at once. Mac OS X Lionfinally got released for the bargain price of £20.99, Apple unleashed new MacBook Airs and Mac Mini updates, stopped selling the white MacBook, released a new 64-bit capable version of iTunes for Lion, and released new Cinema Display. Toadd to that Apple have recordContinue reading “Apple Updates 20th July 2011 – OSX Lion, MacBook Airs replace MacBooks and more!”

Blog Sunday 27th February 2011 – Hols, OSX Lion, Ghosts and more!

Well its been another one of those weeks off you get now and then, and like normal I’ve taken full advantage of the time off … yyeaahhhh! Alright, lets get on with it. Last week of College The week before the holidays was full of weirdness, but hey, have no fear, it was only IrishContinue reading “Blog Sunday 27th February 2011 – Hols, OSX Lion, Ghosts and more!”