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The best bits of macOS Sierra

So long OS X, Apple’s renamed its desktop operating system macOS and introduced the follow-up to El Capitan, macOS Sierra. Like iOS 10, which was announced alongside it at WWDC 2016, the new OS will only arrive for the general public in spring. Those who want early access can register for the public beta, though, and start fiddling with it next month. Whether you’re an early adopter (y...[Read More]

12 Reasons to be excited about iOS 10

Apple’s taken the wraps off iOS 10, and it looks like a serious upgrade with some very welcome changes. The new mobile OS won’t arrive officially until spring — right around the time the next iPhones are revealed — but you can bet developers have been downloading it furiously since it was made available to them yesterday. Which should mean a good selection of compatible and...[Read More]

New MacBook Pro will be thinner than ever, with Touch ID smarts to boot

Tired of the iRumour Mill serving up the same old iPhone 7 speculation for lunch? Luckily for you, today’s special is MacBook flavoured. According to the latest rumours courtesy of 9to5Mac, the next generation MacBook Pro will be Apple’s thinnest and lightest yet. This is good news for tech journalists whose shoulders have been wrecked carrying their Pros around convention centres over...[Read More]

Everything you need to know about the iPad Pro

“If you see a stylus, they blew it,” said Steve Jobs in 2010. Guess what’s gone and happened five years later? Yup. Apple’s launched the iPad Pro, a huge 12.9-inch/32.9cm tablet that’s best utilised with a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil — a stylus by any other name. Finally, Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 has some serious competition. But should you go out and...[Read More]

Standard Bank’s Apple Watch app coming in September

Standard Bank has announced it’ll release a dedicated Apple Watch banking app by the end of September. The app is currently in a pilot phase with a limited number of users, presumably in-house testers. The bank recently added support for Apple’s Touch ID to its mobile banking app for iOS-powered devices like the iPhone and iPad. “We are continuously looking for ways to make our custome...[Read More]

New iPads turn older ones into bargains

Two weeks ago Apple unveiled anticipated updates to its tablet range in the form of the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. Core, the South African importer of Apple products, has since announced price reductions on selected iPads, making already excellent devices far more pocket friendly. The biggest change to both the new iPad Air and the new iPad mini is the inclusion of a Touch ID fingerprint sens...[Read More]

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