Category Archives: Apple

Edge for Mac is coming soon

At annual Build developer conference, Microsoft provided sneak peek of Edge for Mac. Edge is converting from its own rendering engine to Chromium, a rendering engine used by Google Chrome. Similarity is not only in rendering engine, but also in the look. In the past, Microsoft was developing Internet Explorer for Mac, which was default web browser for… Read More »

What’s new in Apple Pencil 2?

In 2015, Apple introduced first generation of iPad Pro and a brand new accessory – Apple Pencil. This stylus from Apple was primary for artists and it required Bluetooth and special layer on display – so that was reason why Apple Pencil only worked on iPads Pro. Using it was so easy – just press harder for thicker… Read More »

Apple Pencil compatibility

“Who wants a stylus?”, said Steve Jobs in 2007 at the initial iPhone reveal. A lot of previous touch devices really needed a stylus, but iPhone was a revolution – no stylus, just fingers. It may looks pretty funny, that in 2015, Apple revealed its own brand-new stylus – Apple Pencil. It worked only on iPad Pro, but… Read More »

iPad 2 is now obsolete

In 2010, Steve Jobs introduced a brand-new product – an iPad. As he said, is there place for a product between iPhone and Mac? Something to be better for some key tasks, like Internet browsing, playing games and watching videos? And then Steve Jobs, at keynote in San Francisco, showed iPad to the world, a tablet that changed… Read More »

Apple updated tvOS

Apple recently released a free update of tvOS, an operating system for Apple TV 4th and 5th generation. To update your software, go to System -> Software Update. If you have automatic update turned on, your system should be updated automatically. Apple did not release any changelog, so it is hard to say what’s new. As it is… Read More »

Apple updated macOS, iOS and tvOS

Apple’s March keynote at the Steve Jobs Theater was focused on multimedia services, introducing Apple News+, Apple Card, iOS game service Apple Arcade and Apple TV+. After keynote, macOS, iOS and tvOS got update. Let’s look what’s new, just don’t forget to backup your important data on safe place(s), like NAS, external disk or cloud service before you… Read More »

Apple just released new iMacs

Apple recently released new iPads and iMacs got update too. iMacs weren’t updated since June 2017 and update was really needed. Apple marketed 5K iMac from 2017 with Radeon Pro 580 as VR-ready, but be careful if you decide to run Oculus Rift on iMac via Boot Camp running Windows 10. As for SteamVR, which is officially supported… Read More »