One of the upsides of using native apps is that they’re generally designed to blend in nicely with the look for the operating system, but sometimes native apps aren’t as good as some third-party alternatives out there. If you’re a macOS user who thinks that maybe Microsoft’s Outlook could stand to be updated, you’re in luck.
According to the rumors, Apple is apparently looking to make the move to using mini LED display panels in devices. To date, that has not happened and Apple is currently using a mix of LCD and OLEDs from product to product (like LCDs for laptops and desktops, and OLEDs for its iPhones and Apple Watch).
Apple made a surprising announcement last week when they revealed that iOS 14 would be released the next day after the announcement itself. This is of course great news for iPhone and iPad users who might have been looking forward to some of the new features and changes to the platform.
Not too long ago, Apple updated its 27-inch iMac to what could possibly be the last ever Intel-based iMac. It is a powerful computer with an upgraded webcam, but unfortunately for some users, it seems that they are experiencing graphical glitches when they are using their computers.
Are you looking forward to playing CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 on your computer? If you are, then you might want to take note of these PC hardware requirements that the company has recently published. What’s surprising though is that despite it being a modern title, the requirements don’t seem particularly outrageous.
The other day, Apple officially announced its new iPad Air which not only comes with a brand new design, but also the use of the A14 chipset that will also find its way to the iPhone 12 later this year. If you’re looking for a potential laptop replacement, you might be interested to check out Logitech’s latest offering.
When Apple announced iOS 14, they announced a bunch of privacy changes to the platform that would better protect users against things like tracking. One of those changes included how iOS devices would use a random MAC address when connecting to WiFi networks, with the idea being that it would prevent retailers from using MAC addresses to track customers.
Over the years, Adobe has been bringing several of its professional editing apps over to the iPad. What makes these versions particularly interesting and powerful is that for the most part, they have been built from ground up so that they are optimized for the iPad, as opposed to merely porting the computer version over.
Heads up iPhone and iPad users, if you have been looking forward to checking out the latest iOS and iPadOS update, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has since officially released iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 where both the software updates for Apple’s smartphones and tablets are now available for download.
In the past, Apple typically reserves its new chipsets for its iPhones, where they then follow-up with a variant of that chipset designed for the iPad. This year, Apple seems to have taken a different approach because the company’s latest iPad Air has been announced where it will feature the brand new A14 Bionic chipset ahead of the iPhone 12.
If you’re after an iPad with Apple Pencil support, you might have thought that maybe you would need to buy the iPad Pro. The good news is that if you’d rather not spend that much money, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has updated its iPad lineup (which previously already supported the Apple Pencil) with the 8th gen model that will introduce a bunch of hardware upgrades while keeping […]
Did you know the contents in your recycle bin on Windows actually takes up space on your computer? This can add up to be a lot especially if you forget to empty it every now and then, so here’s how you can deal with that issue.
The XPS 13 is probably Dell’s most popular laptop, perhaps not in terms of “units shipped” because it is a high-end product, but in terms of branding and overall product halo, it is right there at the top. We got the latest XPS 13 (model 9300), and we will review how it performed in our tests.
NVIDIA Reaches Computing Superpower StatusEditor's Pick
It’s official: NVIDIA will acquire ARM from Softbank for $40B in a stock and cash deal that is the largest semiconductor deal I’ve heard of in that industry.