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Apple logo on black Deeper Dive: The WWDC 2020 Keynote
This year’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) keynote has come and gone, but Apple fans and developers alike can be sure that the impact of what was announced will...

To Be or Not to Be...
After yesterday’s WWDC keynote, we were left with many questions. As most are now aware, Apple revealed what had been speculated for quite some time – they were going...

What WWDC 2020 Means to OWC’s...
Each year, I go to WWDC to figure out where Apple is going in the coming 12 months and help us plan the software and hardware that OWC will...


WWDC 2020: Great Expectations
On Monday, June 22, the 2020 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) launches with a bang with a keynote address at 10 AM PDT streamed worldwide from Apple Park. Today...

CatalinaDark572x650 A First Look at macOS Catalina
macOS Catalina, the new Mac operating system, was announced at WWDC 2019. It has so many new features and changes to existing ones, that it really can’t be summed...

2019 Mac Pro The Return of the Expandable Mac...
The 2019 edition of the Mac Pro saw the light of day at the WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) last week. It’s a remarkable powerhouse that does justice to the...

Some of the Smallest Things in...
Easy-Open My sister-in-law’s mother is a Latin American native. She has always been astonished by the conveniences we have in the states, and I crack up every time she...


Mac Pro 2019 side OWC Ready to Rock Following Apple...
OWC proclaimed excited anticipation following Apple’s announcement of the newest Mac Pro at WWDC. Available in the Fall of 2019, the new Mac Pro will once again offer creative...

Processor How to Tell If Your Mac’s...
Beginning June 1, 2018, all new app updates submitted to the Mac App Store had to support 64-bit. Apple is expected to phase out support for 32-bit apps in macOS...

Live Blog: See What Apple Had...
At last year’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple brought tweaks to iOS with iOS 11 and gave us macOS High Sierra, which built upon macOS 10.12 Sierra. So, what exactly will be...