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!”

Apple iPhone 5C 8GB and iPad 4 return – What’s Apple doing?

I think it’s fair to say when it comes to the iPhone, the 5C has been everything but the success Apple hoped it would be, be that due to the ridiculous price tag for essentially an iPhone 5 or whatever else. Now, Apple have an ace up their sleeves … apparently, in the all newContinue reading “Apple iPhone 5C 8GB and iPad 4 return – What’s Apple doing?”

Apple Special Event October 2013

The second of our two company event coverage today, to check out our Nokia Event coverage you can find them here, but back to Apple. The Apple Event began as they all do, up comes Tim Cook on stage with a good Apple summarisation and stat count of all things Apple. But as usual forContinue reading “Apple Special Event October 2013”

Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel

Google today announced the Chromebook Pixel, a new Chrome OS-based notebook that Google is aiming probably directly at Apple’s MacBook Air, but with 32GB storage for $1300, really Google? On the hardware front, Google has built in a high-resolution touchscreen display, as well as 32 or 64GB SSD storage, a backlit keyboard, and a dual coreContinue reading “Google announces new rather expensive ChromeBook Pixel”

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”