Apple's April event is now confirmed, with the potential for new iMacs, new iPads, a new Apple TV, new HomePods, AirTags and new AirPods, as well as Augmented Reality news, but until the event has come and gone, we're all still waiting to find out.
With all the rumours flying left, right and centre that 2021 iMacs are due to launch this month, alongside the much anticipated AirTags, new AirPods, new iPad Pros and a new Apple TV, one leaker suggests the new iMacs will have a 12-core M1X processor.
Although the news is yet to be officially confirmed, and only comes from rumours, there appear to be strong suggestions that an iMac with a bigger screen and new iPads are on the way, which could include a new Apple TV, AirTags, new AirPods and who knows what else.
The global wearables market grew by 35.1% year-on-year in the third quarter to reach 125 million units, the technology analyst firm IDC says, adding that the surge was "driven by seasonality, new product launches, and the global pandemic".
Apple CEO Tim Cook promised in the recent earnings call that there were still a range of things to be launched in 2020, and presumably this includes the Apple Silicon-powered MacBooks, possible new Intel-powered Macs, Apple's AirTags, potential new AirPods, a new Apple TV and who knows what else!
I was very excited to buy a set of AirPods Pro, the new noise cancelling in-ear wireless earphones from Apple, and I did just that last week. Sadly, by the end of last week, I returned them to Apple for a full refund.
Apple's 1st-gen AirPods in 2016 offered "up to" 2 hours of talk time, with the 2nd-gen AirPods from 2019 extending this to 3 hours, but the new AirPods Pro take this to a welcome 3.5 hours on a single charge.
AirPods Pro, Apple's latest headphones, feature active noise cancellation and a new design.
The retail e-tail wars show no signs of abating as gargantuan Goliaths of online shopping continue tempting Aussies with dashing deals that, in this case, may literally be music to your ears.
mophie has done what Apple couldn't, creating a 3-in-1 charging pad that can charge iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch at the same time, while also launching a dual wireless charging pad and two car chargers designed to work with a variety of Apple products.
Clickbait-loving naybobs of negativity once bemoaned that most of Apple's sales were attributable to its iPhone, and that there are no cheap mid-range models, but now that Apple has grown, adding newer products and services, 'lower' but still in the tens of MILLIONS of iPhone sales are... bad?
Apple is apparently set to debut a news and presumably magazine subscription service, possibilities also include a new video streaming service, AirPods 2, air charger, new iPad mini and iPhone SE 2.
Incorporating Amazon Alexa and one-touch access to Siri and Google Now, Jabra's third-get "true wireless earbuds" with 4-microphone array and more has landed in Australia for $299.99.
With the new iPhone reveal but a couple of days away, some sleuthing into the GM “Gold Master” of iOS 11 has revealed Face ID, a 4G LTE Apple Watch 3, iPhone 8 details and more.
Apple’s long-awaited wireless Bluetooth AirPods have finally gone on sale exclusively online, and not just in the US but Australia, too, where the delivery date is still 19 December.
Apple’s wireless Bluetooth headphones, the AirPods, were due to arrive around now, but a report quotes Apple saying they need "a little more time".
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