Apple has some exciting new devices planned for this year. Besides iPhone 14, the iMac Pro is one of the new devices that the company is expected to launch this year, according to analyst Ross Young.
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Fresh rumors about a larger iMac incoming for the first half of 2022 that will be powered by Apple's latest M1 Pro and M1 Max silicon. New details on what to expect with Apple's all-in-one.
Apple has released macOS Monterey as a free upgrade. It introduces FaceTime enhancements, Tab Groups for Safari and a feature called Live Text that lets you copy and translate text in images.
A new report says that Apple aims to push iPhone production to 96 million units in the first half of 2021 - a 30% increase over last year due to strong iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone SE, and iPhone 11 demand.
Apple has refreshed the 27-inch iMac with new 10th-gen Intel Core processors, new GPUs, and a better webcam. There are no design changes. The iMac line now comes with SSD storage as standard.
According to a new report, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple will be releasing a 14.1-inch MacBook Pro later this year, following the release of the 16-inch model that replaced the 15-inch.
New documentation provided by Apple to its Authorized Service Providers indicate that the company now requires the use of proprietary diagnostics software in order to complete repairs on some Macs.
Apple is sending out a survey to those who have purchased any of its iMac Pro models. In it, the company asks users what key features they like or dislike, among a number of other questions.
Not only did Apple release new MacBook Pros today but there is now an external GPU solution for its newer computers. The new eGPU has a custom enclosure and houses a Radeon Pro 580.
Apple has been designing its own processors since 2010, but still has had to rely on the likes of Intel, and others. But the new generation of Macs in the works could come with custom Apple chips.
Apple has confirmed today that it will finally be launching its iMac Pro this Thursday, with a starting price of $4,999. The all-in-one can include up to an 18-core Xeon processor and 128GB RAM.
There are some interesting rumors floating about in regards to the upcoming iMac Pro. Now, it appears that the unit could arrive with built-in cellular connectivity to protect against theft.
Some leaked BridgeOS 2.0 code seems to indicate that the new desktops will be adding a coprocessor to go with the standard x86 chips, which means a bit more security and "Hey Siri" feature support.
Apple gave a sneak peak at its upcoming iMac Pro at WWDC 2017. A new report has come around, giving information about the processor powering the iMac Pro along with some additional details.
Although Apple announced a refresh of its current iMac and MacBook lineup, it was the unexpected reveal of its iMac Pro that really stole the show. The new model will arrive in December.
Apple's competition has released new desktops that are both captivating and performance beasts. Now, a new report provides some details about Apple's iMac Pro that could be coming later this year.
Apple has updated the pricing and hardware specs for both of its Mac Pro models, providing updated GPUs and processors. The updates come as Apple confirms a new iMac Pro for release later this year.
"Touch doesn't even register on the list of things pro users are interested in talking about," Apple's Phil Schiller said today - five months after adding the Touch Bar to its MacBook Pro notebooks.