With the recent release of the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2, Apple set the stage for a potentially lucrative fourth quarter and annual performance. According to the latest data, Apple has reinforced its role as leader in the smartwatch sector.Read more “Apple records record-breaking quarter in smartwatch industry”
Thanks to Apple’s focus on connectivity in watchOS 10 and iOS 17, a new update has brought the novel NameDrop feature to some recent Apple Watches, including Series 7 and later, SE 2, and both Ultras. Here’s what the feature does and how to activate it.Read more “NameDrop finally appears on Apple Watch with recent watchOS update”
The Apple Watch Series 8 is currently on sale for $249 at Amazon. With display borders at 1.7mm, the S8 SiP with 32GB of storage, crash detection and more, the Series 8 is one of the best Apple Watches ever released.Read more “Apple Watch Series 8 on sale for $249 at Amazon”
With the new double tap gesture, users can easily control Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2 using just one hand and without touching the display. Users can tap the index finger and thumb of their watch hand together twice to quickly perform many of the most common actions.Read more “Is the new “Double Tap” feature on the best Apple Watches useful?”
The Apple Watch Hermès partnership revolve around the latter’s leather straps, which are an ode to the house’s leather-making tradition. The finesse of the leather work and the signature details in the service of a classic, refined style demonstrate the wealth of Hermès’ heritage.Read more “Introducing Apple Watch Series 9 Hermès Edition”
The past two generations of M-series chips, Apple has displayed the pinnacle of their power in the “Ultra”-moniker chips: M1 Ultra and M2 Ultra, both the fastest of their respective groups. With Apple having announced the M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max this past week, what kind of specifications and performance can we expect from the upcoming M3 Ultra?Read more “What can we expect from the upcoming M3 Ultra chip?”
At Apple’s latest event, the new line of M3 Macs were introduced, including the updated MacBook Pros and the new iMac. But some buyers have noticed and are questioning why Apple has now made 8 GB of ram the baseline, and if it is enough for their needs?Read more “Is 8GB of RAM enough on the new MacBook Pro 14″?”
A viral Reddit post on r/AppleWatch today highlighted a major flaw in the Apple Watch’s user experience. User u/alechko took to the platform to voice the issue.
Read more “Major Apple Watch flaw highlighted on viral social media post”
At Apple’s recent September Event, the company announced the Ultra 2 and Series 9. While the two models share many similarities, there are also some key differences between them. One of the most notable differences is the display. But how much of a difference is there?Read more “Is the Apple Watch Ultra 2 display the largest ever?”
Read more “Will your Apple Watch dial 911 if your heart stops?”
With the recent releases of the Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2, many people are curious about the advanced features of these devices. One question that often comes up is whether the Apple Watch can dial 911 if your heart stops.
In recent years, the Apple Watch, a staple of the wearable tech domain, has seemingly reached a plateau in terms of innovation. This is in stark contrast to Apple’s iPhone, which has maintained a consistent and impressive upgrade cycle. The divergence between the two product lines has become evident.Read more “Can the Apple Watch break free from its innovation plateau?”
At tonight’s one-of-a-kind evening October event, Apple has unveiled their new lineup of M-processors: M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max. These chips can be found in the new MacBook Pros, with the 14″ M3 starting at $1599.Read more “Apple unveils significantly faster 14″ and 16″ M3 MacBook Pros, starting at $1599”
Apple has just announced a special event for October 30th. The event will be held online and will be titled “Scary Fast.” This is the first time that Apple is holding an evening event in recent memory, and it has us wondering what the company is planning.Read more: Apple Announces Special October 30th Online Event: “Scary Fast” Macs Expected
The motto of the event suggests that we can expect to see new Macs with significantly improved performance. Apple is rumored to be working on new M3 chips, which could be featured in the new Macs. We may also see new Mac designs and features.
Here are some specific Macs that we could see at the event:
- 24-inch iMac: The current 24-inch iMac uses an M1 chip, so it is due for an update. We could see a new iMac with an M3 chip, as well as a new design.
- 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro: The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models were updated earlier this year with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips. We could see refreshed models of these laptops at the event with M3 Pro and M3 Max chips. This would give Mac power users even more power to play with.
The October 30th Apple (5 PM Pacific Time) event is sure to be exciting for Mac fans. We will be sure to bring you all the news and announcements from the event. But in the meantime, let’s speculate about what we might see. What are your hopes for this event?