Other World Computing (OWC) has released their ThunderBay 4 mini four-bay production RAID designed for SSDs.
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The new MacBook Pro models featuring the new Touch Bar do not have removable SSD flash memory. Ruling out any possible future storage upgrades.
These A-Audio Legacy Noise Cancelling Headphones with 3-Stage Technology offer patented 3-Stage Technology.
Nintendo’s much anticipated endless runner game, Super Mario Run will be available in the App Store for iOS devices on December 15.
“Designed by Apple in California,” chronicles 20 years of Apple design. The new tome includes 450 photos of past and present Apple products, covering products ranging from the 1998 iMac to 2015’s Apple Pencil.
Pixelmator 3.6 Cordillera brings full support for Apple’s new macOS Sierra operating system, as well as support for the new Touch Bar found on the latest MacBook Pro models.
Developer “Red Sweater” has developed and released a free app called Touché, which simulates the new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar on older Macs.
Apple on Monday announced that a number of nonprofit organizations in the United States are now able to accept donations via Apple Pay.
Apple on Monday seeded the third macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta to developers.
Apple on Monday released the third betas of iOS 10.2 and tvOS 10.1 to registered developers. (Updated to add “what’s new in iOS 10.2 Beta 3.)
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims demand of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus has peaked, just two short months after they debuted to the public.
A new report indicates the new the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar will be available for sale, and to try out, in Apple retail stores later this week.
If you want to take your music with you, no matter how tough the conditions, check out the G-TUBE Adventure Ready Bluetooth Speaker!
Reviews of the new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar are beginning to roll in from around the web, and the reviews can at best be termed “mixed.”
Microsoft posted, and then pulled back, an announcement that it is bringing the Visual Studio coding platform to the Mac.
China warns Apple and a number of other U.S. companies ‘will suffer’ if President-elect Donald Trump goes through with his campaign promises of a 45% tariff to be imposed on imports from China.