The Mac mini is back, regaining its rightful place as the most versatile Mac in Apple’s entire computer lineup. The long-rumored update, which was announced during the midway portion of last week’s iPad Pro event, is exciting for a number of reasons. For starters, the Mac mini gets brand new, highly-capable 8th-generation Intel CPUs. The CPU lineup starts with a rather anemic, but still way faster than the last Mac mini, quad-core 3.6GHz Core i3. The mid-tier CPU option is … Read more
Apple finally debuted its long-awaited new Retina MacBook Air last Tuesday. As many anticipated, the new MacBook Air drops all of its legacy ports in favor of USB-C. While the transition to USB-C is bound to be bumpy for some MacBook Air users, it also opens the MacBook up to a host of new accessories and peripherals. Read on as we roundup some of the MacBook Air accessories with USB-C & Thunderbolt 3. more… The post The best USB-C & … Read more
Apple’s iOS 12 securely and automatically shares emergency location with 911Nashville, Tennessee — iPhone users in the United States who call 911 will be able to automatically and securely share their location data with first responders beginning later this year with iOS 12, providing faster and more accurate information to help reduce emergency response times. Approximately 80 percent of 911 calls today come from mobile devices, but outdated, landline-era infrastructure often make… Apple Newsroom
Apple earlier this week issued previews for this year’s upgrades to iOS and macOS, its two most popular operating systems, at the firm’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. The betas of iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 – the latter was labeled with another California place name, “Mojave” – have been delivered only to registered developers so far, but by the end of the month anyone who wants to run the rougher code will have the chance.
When Apple removed the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 in 2016, Google took a dig at the company a month later when it unveiled its original Pixel services. A year later though, the company followed suit and ended up removing the headphone jack from the Pixel 2 in 2017. In a similar fashion, Google seems to be once again planning on following Apple’s foot… iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog