Tag Archives: WWDC
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...


WWDC19-452x600 Deeper Dive: Dissecting Apple’s WWDC 2019...
After 35 years of following Apple and 33 years of writing about the company, it’s sometimes difficult for me to get excited about “yet another keynote address”. Monday’s WWDC...

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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...

Apple Sends Invites for WWDC 2018,...
Apple has locked down a date and time and officially sent out the invitations. The Worldwide Developers Conference will begin Monday, June 4 with the keynote set to kick...


Rocket Yard Video: 2017 MacBook, MacBook...
While Apple made the most headlines at last week’s WWDC keynote address talking about the iMac Pro and improvements to its current iMac lineup, the company also quietly refreshed...

Apple’s iOS 11 Compatible Only With...
While macOS High Sierra does not drop support for any Macs that were compatible with the previous macOS iteration Sierra, iOS 11 does leave some devices behind. Apple announced...