Category: product release

5K 27 inch iMac 2014

What you need to know About Today’s Apple Event: What and Why

Today’s Apple event was about closure. What started at WWDC in June, teasing for new operating systems, and new devices, and new services, was brought to full fruition over today’s, and last month’s event. Mac Today, Apple released a brand new, 5k display iMac. That’s about 7x the pixels found in an HD TV. The new iMac also has a faster refresh rate –...

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Why Handoff is Apple’s Greatest Innovation

Apple unveiled a lot of updates today, but none were greater than Handoff (also Continuity, which is a related feature), a feature for both OSX and iOS. Here’s why. What is Handoff? Handoff means integrating your iPhone, iPad, and iPhone, so when you put one down, you can resume… Click To Tweet Handoff means integrating your iPhone, iPad, and iPhone, so when you put...

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How iOS 8 is Better Than iOS 7

Today, Apple released iOS 8, and instead of simply recapping what changed, I’m going to go over where Apple improved the operating system. What They Were Working With Apple completely  overhauled iOS last year. This year, they simply added in a lot of little things, to make your iPhone or iPad more capable. Improvements to iOS in iOS 8: In-line responses You can now...

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Google’s Sexy Smart-watches Make Me Mad

This week, Google released a new platform for smartwatches, and I am livid. No, I’m not upset at Google.  The new platform, known as Android Wear, looks to be the best system yet for smartwatches. The first devices announced on the platform, the Moto 360 (from Motorola), and the LG G, both look absolutely beautiful. No, what I’m upset about, is that I just...

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Samsung Unveils Good-looking New Watches

I’ll be the first to admit that I usually ignore Samsung news (there’s just too much of it), but given how much I lambasted them for the first Galaxy Gear, it’s only fair that I reward them for introducing a decent smartwatch.   Galaxy Gear 2.0 (this time, not a dud?) When Samsung first unveiled the Galaxy Gear last year, I wasn’t thrilled, to...