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That new keyboard is the key to Apple’s MacBook update

That new keyboard is the key to Apple’s MacBook update  There’s a decent chance you missed the MacBook news this week. It was buried amid a flood of news as Apple powered through announcements at the WWDC keynote on Monday. Like the majority of the hardware news at the event, the differences are […]

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Apple’s HomePod is a cautious approach to the connected home

Apple’s HomePod is a cautious approach to the connected home  The new HomePod sounds great. I walked away from WWDC impressed with the full and rich sound the company has managed to get out of such a small form factor. There’s nice hardware on-board and a lot happening on the back end […]

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VR is in Apple’s future, but AR is the logical short term play

VR is in Apple’s future, but AR is the logical short term play  For Apple, augmented reality is the clear short term play. It’s not so much that the company doesn’t see any future in virtual reality – it’s just that the tools for a quality AR experience are already here, in […]

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Apple HomePod speaker favors sound over Siri

Apple HomePod speaker favors sound over Siri  Apparently Apple knows Siri kinda sucks, because it was the last thing mentioned in the unveiling of the new HomePod speaker. That’s why it’s dumpily named as a successor to the iPod, not Apple’s old-but-unwise voice assistant. Read More Source: techCrunch

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The iPad mini isn’t receiving any update

The iPad mini isn’t receiving any update  The writing is on the wall. The iPad mini 4 is probably going to be the last iPad mini ever. Apple just announced iPad updates during its WWDC keynote. Both the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models are receiving major updates. In the meantime, the […]

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Plot twist: the MacBook Air is still alive

Plot twist: the MacBook Air is still alive  The MacBook Air just won’t die. While Apple introduced a thinner, lighter MacBook Pro last year, people still want a new MacBook Air. The MacBook Pro is roughly as heavy as the 13-inch MacBook Air, but it’s still more expensive. That’s why customers still […]

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Apple enters the augmented reality fray with ARKit for iOS

Apple enters the augmented reality fray with ARKit for iOS  Apple sung the praises of Pokemon Go as it talked about changes being made to the company’s App Store at today’s WWDC event, but it also showed off a new set of APIs that will allow developers to bring even more augmented […]

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The sequel to the amazing Monument Valley is now available for iOS

The sequel to the amazing Monument Valley is now available for iOS  Apple had one surprise on stage that you can check out immediately – Monument Valley 2, the sequel to the amazing, beautiful isometric puzzle game from developer ustwo launched on stage, and can be purchased now. The game is $4.99 […]

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Apple introduces ‘Metal for VR’ in macOS High Sierra

Apple introduces ‘Metal for VR’ in macOS High Sierra  Virtual reality is coming to Macs, sort of. Apple showed off a new version of Metal, named Metal 2 at its WWDC event Monday. The big news was that there will soon be Mac support for VR content creation. Apple is shipping “Metal […]

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How to watch the live stream for today’s Apple WWDC keynote

How to watch the live stream for today’s Apple WWDC keynote  Apple is holding a keynote today at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, and the company is expected to unveil new updates for iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS and maybe also the iPad Pro and the MacBook Pro. At 10 AM […]

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