iPhone 8 Plus deals: FAQIs the iPhone SE going to be a better choice?iPhone SE deals are a newer, more powerful handset entering the world in 2020. It's named after a budget handset Apple gave the world a few years ago but looks like the iPhone 8...and has the specs of an iPhone 11. … [Read more...] about The best iPhone 8 Plus deals and UK contracts in September 2020
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We don’t want to sound too down on the basic iPhone 11 – while its screen is worse than the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, that’s expected as it costs less, and it’s still good for the money. As for the Pro handsets, there’s less to choose between their displays, other than the size. … [Read more...] about iPhone 11 vs iPhone 11 Pro vs iPhone 11 Pro Max: the flagship Apple phones compared
Apple Apple reportedly developing digital service bundles for iOS 14 Apple mercilessly mocked by Epic where it hurts Is your iPhone Lightning charging cable a fake? In light of Apple Silicon, should you buy the new Intel-based 2020 27-inch iMac? Apple Silicon promises more powerful Macs, but developers face growing pains (ZDNet YouTube) How to search, save attachments, and delete conversations in iMessage (TechRepublic) Apple sued by Fortnite creator Epic after game's removed from App Store over direct payments (CNET) … [Read more...] about First, iPhone SE killed Android: What budget products will Apple unleash next?
Ultimately, Bohn says he can't recommend the Surface Duo in its current incarnation, at its current price. "But," he adds, "there are more than a few glimmers of vision and potential in the Surface Duo. Microsoft has the clearest, strongest vision for a new direction in mobile computing that I've seen this year, but picking a direction and getting to the destination are still two different things." … [Read more...] about Surface Duo reviews round-up: A less-than-perfect 10 from the tech press
Two members of the family made bigger steps in 2015. The first was the iMac; the 5K Retina iMac got cheaper early in the year and then totally replaced the 27-inch iMac late in the year, and a new 4K Retina model brought that improved display technology to Apple’s smaller Mac. The entry-level 21.5-inch models got a smaller refresh but continue to lack Retina, and we’re still waiting for the entire lineup to get standard SSDs or Fusion Drives, but it’s great to see the whole Mac lineup going Retina one member at a time (the improved color gamut doesn’t hurt anything, either). The new desktop input devices are mostly good, but they cost more than the old ones—this is especially true of the new Magic Trackpad 2, which costs $129 all by itself. … [Read more...] about In 2015, Apple’s ecosystem got larger (and harder to leave) than ever