Apple has announced that it has added plenty of new emojis in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra. That means chatting is going to be so much more fun now! Read more
The PC/laptop rivalry between Apple and Microsoft was out of steam for a bit when Apple dominated the market hands-down. Once Microsoft decided to start manufacturing their own devices, however, a new era of competition has begun. Today we pitch together the stars from each company to see how they stack-up against each other. This is: Surface Book vs MacBook Pro! Read more
Picture this – You are lying comfortably on your bed, binge watching Game of Thrones on your Mac. In the meanwhile, your iPhone is plugged in for charging and kept on the table across the room. It’s almost time to leave for an evening out and you aren’t sure how much the iPhone has charged.
What do you do? Get up, walk over to the table, pick up your iPhone, and check its battery? Nah! That’s too much effort 🙂 Let me tell you a smarter way to do this.
Nah! That’s too much effort 🙂 Let me tell you a smarter way to do this. Read more
Switching over to a new Mac can sometimes to be a hassle. Especially if you have a lot of data to move! So, this guide will help you master data transfer to a new mac!
When Steve Jobs returned to Apple after his exile, the company had way too many products and no fixed policy of naming them. Jobs wanted to bring sense into their nomenclature; so he set out to rename all the products. Read more
Scanning through Apple news all day is a perk of my job. Most of the articles I read talk about rumoured Apple products or some happening at the company. But at times, something comes up that makes me rethink my understanding of Apple. I came across one such post on the blog called Above Avalon.
According to latest statistics, India spends way more than their Asian brethren for iPhones and Macs.
That kinda sucks! Read more
If you have a Mac that dates back to 2009-2011, you will soon become the proud owner of a vintage Apple product. That’s because Macs produced in these years are about to officially become obsolete. Apple no longer wishes to provide support for two MacBook Pros, a Mac mini, and the MacBook (the older one), said a news report, adding that these devices would join the elite list of vintage Apple products. Read more