Category: Mac & Apple

Griffin Launches New Survivor Cases for 10.5-Inch iPad Pro

Griffin today announced a new range of Survivor cases designed for Apple’s new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, introducing the Survivor Rugged Folio, Survivor Journey Folio, and Survivor Journey. The Survivor Rugged Folio is the most protective case of the bunch, protecting the new iPad Pro from drops, …

How to download tvOS 11 beta 2 to your Apple TV

Installing the tvOS 11 beta is more complex than an iOS or macOS beta, but it’s also for developers only. Update June 21, 2017: Apple has just released tvOS 11 beta 2 for developers. If you already have a tvOS 10 beta installed, proceed to System …

HomeKit Support for Nest Smart Products Unlikely Anytime Soon

Rumors that smart thermostat maker Nest is considering adding Apple HomeKit support to its product range appear to be premature, according to a report on Thursday. AppleInsider spoke to a Nest employee who apparently confirmed there are “no immediate plans” to support Apple’s smart home platform …

Hands-On With Apple’s New 10.5-Inch iPad Pro

Hands-On With Apple’s New 10.5-Inch iPad Pro The first orders for the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which was introduced at the Worldwide Developers Conference last week, started arriving to customers today, and the new tablet, along with its larger 12.9-inch sibling, became available for purchase in …

Dropbox confirms support for Files apps in iOS 11

Apple announced the Files app as part of iOS 11 on stage at WWDC 2017, saying that, in addition to on-device documents and iCloud Drive, third-party file storage apps will be able to integrate with Files. Now, one of those partners, Dropbox, has confirmed that it …

Kaby Lake Apple iMacs have upgradeable CPUs and RAM

Earlier this week Apple held its annual WWDC, where quite a lot of shiny, slim new Apple hardware (and new OS software) was launched. We duly noted the first content creator professional targeted iMac, the aptly named Apple iMac Pro, and also a pair of powerful …

Apple Music Loses Exclusive Streaming Deal With Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is making her entire back catalog of music available across all major streaming services, bringing Apple Music’s exclusive content deal with the singer to an end (via TechCrunch). Beginning today, rival services including Spotify, Amazon Music, and Tidal will all be able to list …