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It has taken Microsoft a few months, but the software behemoth has finally decided to start rolling out mouse and trackpad support to Office for iPad users in a phased rollout that will take about two weeks.

Published in Business Software

Arriving on Wednesday September 16 in the US, and Thursday September 17 in Australia, all of Apple's major operating systems bar macOS 11 Big Sur are arriving tomorrow.

Published in Home Tech

Once again, Apple has showcased a range of great new technologies in an incredibly professionally produced video presentation that showcases two new iPads, two new Apple Watches, a new Fitness+ service, the Apple One bundles, the new A14 Bionic processor and from tomorrow, the new iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7 and tvOS 14.

Published in Home Tech

In the US, Apple's event starts at 10am PDT on Tuesday, September 15, but to see Apple's news live in Australia on its highly rumoured two new Apple Watches, two new iPads and its Apple One bundle, it's another very early morning Wednesday start.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 16 July 2020 13:17

Apple updates deliver fixes and features

Another round of updates from Apple delivers some new features and plugs a range of security vulnerabilities in the company's operating systems and Safari web browser.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 23 June 2020 11:54

Apple announces iOS 14 and iPadOS 14

Global computer and mobile device provider, Apple, today unveiled iOS 14 for iPhones and iPadOS 14 for iPads, available in beta to developers today and out for general release later this year.

Published in Mobility

The coronavirus pandemic has failed to halt the growth of the Apple juggernaut, with the company posting quarterly revenue of US$58.3 billion for its second quarter, an increase of 1% year-on-year. Earnings at US$11.25 billion were slightly down from US$11.56 billion posted in the corresponding 2019 quarter.

Published in Market

Global technology manufacturer, Apple, has announced a new iPad Pro and accompanying backlit keyboard and trackpad accessory.

Published in Home Tech

The French Competition Authority (L’Autorité de la concurrence) has fined Apple €1.1 billion (A$2.01 billion) for allegedly conspiring with wholesalers to fix the prices of items like the iPad in order to reduce or eliminate competition.

Published in Technology Regulation

Apple may be about to open up what many refer to as its walled garden and allow the installation of third-party browsers and mail clients on its mobile devices, a report claims.

Published in Mobility

There are some software programs that become so well-known that their names enter the English language as verbs. One of the best known is Adobe Photoshop, the graphics and video editing application that turns 30.

Published in Business Software

University students are being offered special pricing from Apple on Macs and iPads, with the added bonus of Beats Studio3 Wireless headphones, a free year of Apple TV+, as well as special pricing on various apps and Apple Music. 

Published in Home Tech

Optus has unveiled a suite of initiatives it says are designed to support small businesses to improve their operations, growth and profitability by better harnessing the power of Apple devices.

AirPods Pro, Apple's latest headphones, feature active noise cancellation and a new design.

Published in Mobility

Refurbished products can be a brilliant way to save money on previous-gen devices, but when Apple launches powerful new products at various price points, sometimes buying refurbished is a terrible deal.

Published in Home Tech

The first set of Apple's new products for late 2019 have arrived, with new iPhones, a new entry-level iPad and new Apple Watch with always-on display, alongside Apple Arcade and Apple's streaming TV service, with new iPad Pros and a new MacBook still to come, presumably in October.

Published in iPhone

Telecommunications and data centre provider Macquarie Telecom is set to deploy mobility solutions for Apple devices to mid-market enterprises in the Australian market.

The advent of Internet-connected school classrooms has given rise to new dangerous online threats, despite the fact that they have transformed the learning process in schools all over Australia, according to a new report.

Published in Security

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?

Published in Fuzzy Logic

Getting away from the dewy eyed fanboys and looking dispassionately at the set of figures that Apple posted yesterday for its fiscal third quarter, one would have to say that there are some quite positive signs for the iconic company - with one massive proviso.

Published in Beerfiles

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