We compare the new Mac Studio to the closest machine Apple currently sells, the Intel Mac mini. It's an interesting comparison that shows where the Mac line is heading.
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Where does the new Mac Studio fit in Apple's line-up compared to the Mac Pro and Mac mini? We look at all three models closely and share some game-changing conclusions.
If you've ever wanted to go beyond the branding of Apple's new CPU architecture, this explainer will give you a good understanding of what it all means.
Save money with a refurbished Mac laptop. Here's a guide on how to buy used machines, including considerations and important cautions.
The Apple product line has additional compute capacity that's not available in a Mac Mini. Based on that, we once again look at where Apple stands with this flexible little workhorse and predict machines we expect to be introduced in the next few months.
And it would be a heck of a deal, at least compared to the last 16-inch MacBook Pro. Plus ports. Yes, ports. Hallelujah!
David Gewirtz and his wife are finally going to upgrade their trusty old iPhones. But this is the first phone upgrade that David is actively dreading because of what he's giving up.
A randomly dimming screen was proving to be very annoying. Worse, the symptoms changed with the time of day. Was it the Mac? The dark mode? The TV used as a display? Was it gremlins? Could it be tribbles? Here's what we found.
We peer through our future vision glasses for a look at what Apple is expected to announce at WWDC. We share some pretty sure bets and some wild speculation, as we sometimes do. We also debunk the popular rumor of the M2 MacBook Air.
WWDC's keynote did not go entirely as we predicted. In fact, we got some of the biggest announcements wrong. Here's our post-mortem.