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  • Apple iPad for education adds pencil, forgets schools are poor

    The iPad is an incredible device, it’s easily the best tablet on the market, but for for all the hype and fanfare around Apple’s big education event, the new version of the iPad, now comes with a Pencil. The iPad features a retina display, has 10 hours of battery...
  • Apple’s new Federation Square global flagship store

    Melbourne is getting its very own flagship Apple Store. The company already has stores in Melbourne,in Chadstone, Doncaster, Southland, Fountain Gate and Maribyrnong, but this will be the biggest, the most elaborate and the most highly trafficed in the center of Australia’s second largest city, Federation Square, Melbourne. Federation Square...
  • Pre-orders now live for Apple iPhone X

    Apple have already shipped a couple of new phones this year with the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, but now the one you actually want is available for pre-order. The Apple iPhone X is now available for you to pre-order from Apple.com.au. The phone starts at the...
  • iOS 11 is out, upgrade now to enjoy mobile AR

    Apple’s iOS 11 update is out today, for free, for your iPhone and iPad. In the free system update that adds AR Kit support. This means developers can now release apps into the store, to run on iOS 11 devices that Augment Reality to by layering content on top...
  • Apple announces iPhone X, top model costs A$1,829.00

    Overnight Apple officially announced the iPhone X (pronounced ten), along with the iPhone 8 and 8 plus. The new X was confirmation the leaks were true and Apple are ditching the home button, instead replacing it with a swipe up gesture. At the top of the 5.8″ Super Retina is...
  • iPhone 7S & iPhone 7S Plus – What Are The Latest Rumours?

    It’s looking likely that we will not have to wait too much longer for the release of the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus. The rumour at the moment is that the Apple launch event will happen in the second half of September. It’s likely that an announcement will be...
  • Apple apologise to professionals, announces the iMac Pro

    Apple’s apology to Pro has arrived in the form of the iMac Pro. Its a black finish instead of the typical silver and is coming in December this year. The iMac Pro will be the most powerful machine Apple ships. It’ll be available with an 8-Core, 10-core or even...
  • The next version of macOS is macOS High Sierra

    Apple have just announced the name for the next version of macOS. It’ll be called, macOS High Sierra. In the new version of the OS, Apple are adding Autoplay blocking to Safari. They’re also adding intelligent tracking that lets you control the data. The Mail app will no use...
  • Amazon Prime Video app is coming to Apple TV

    CEO of Apple, Tim Cook began this year’s developer conference, WWDC, with an announcement on tvOS, the operating system that powers Apple TV. Amazon will ship an Amazon Prime video app for the Apple TV later this year. This will give Apple TV owners access to popular shows like The...
  • MacBook Pro replaces function keys with customisable Touch Bar for $500

    Overnight Apple announced an update to their aging MacBook Pro. Of course its thinner, lighter, faster, smarter, better, but the stand out feature this time is the inclusion of the Touch Bar. An integrated touchscreen that’s replaces your tradition F1-F12 keys which to be honest are rarely used in...
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    iPhone 7 arrives today, if you’re in the Apple camp, there’s lots to like

    It’s iPhone day. The day where those Apple fans get their hands on the latest and greatest from Cupertino. While there’s plenty of discussion around Apple’s decision to ditch the headphone port in this release, and the fact the hardware design enters its third year, but for those getting a...
  • Apple’s iPhone 7 announcement event is on September 7th

    We’re about to head into September which also means we’re about to get a new iPhone. Overnight Apple confirmed the announcement event will happen on September 7th. For those of us in Australia, the east coast will need to be up at 3AM on September 8th, thanks to the...
  • Why Apple will disappoint us again with Apple TV tomorrow

    Apple TV as it stands today, is still a hockey puck with a HDMI output. Their app lineup has grown slightly, but have been severely left behind the rest of the Apple OS family. Most recently Apple created a whole OS dedicated to their wearable, the Apple Watch, but...
  • Apple Music now live, are you signing up ?

    Apple Music is now available. The streaming service starts with a 3 month free trial where thanks to Taylor Swift, Apple will pay artists everytime you play. You know Apple are serious about a new product or service when they takeover Apple.com with a promotion. If you want to...
  • Taylor Swift just arm wrestled Apple into submission

    Taylor Swift wrote an open letter to Apple explaining that her popular 1989 album would never be on Apple Music because of unfair terms. The new service made a deal with labels that meant artists would give their music away for a 3-month trial period to draw music fans...
  • Apple is officially in the News business, coming to Australia

    Apple have just announced a new pre-installed app for iOS, News. Despite many apps already in the space (and an entire App Store category) like Flipboard which a lot of commentators are now predicting the death of. The pitch is that Apple News keeps all your favourite publishers, topics,...
  • Siri gets more proactive, and a lot more colourful in iOS9

    In iOS9, Siri is getting smarter.. lots smarter. Siri will become a blend of Cortana and Google Now and also received big cheers for being released to developers as an API. This means iOS9 apps will be able to leverage the power of voice commands to get common tasks...
  • The next version of OSX is called “El Capitan”

    During Apple’s WWDC keynote, they announced the next version of OSX which has been officially titled, OS X El Capitan. As usual, there’s lots of new features, and below, we’ve listed the most important. Features To find your cursor, you can now rapidly move your mouse, or finger over...
  • Apple’s WWDC starts tonight, strap yourselves in for a good one

    Each year Apple’s developer conference promotes the successes of the past as well as pitches new developers on developing on their platform. Dubbed ‘The epicenter of change’ this year’s conference is shaping up to be one of the most important for the company. WWDC 2015 is likely to be...
  • Track your parcels, unlock your Australia Post locker with Apple Watch

    The Apple Watch was recently released, but since the start of the year Australia Post has been considering how they could leverage it. With the reasonably safe assumption Apple’s latest product category was going to be a success, the uber accessible device on your wrist could have big opportunities....

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