We check out the highlights from Apple's WWDC 2022! Watch the all-new M2-powered MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro take center stage.
Peek Perfomance. The Apple Keynote has been officially scheduled! Here's what we can look forward to at the Apple event on March 8.
With the Apple M2 chip on its way this year in the Macbook Air, we take a look at which other Macs are due for an Apple silicon update.
Rumours about planned Apple products have got the tech world in a tizzy. But what will be the key 2022 Apple product releases for music production?
Monterey has landed! We examine a few of the key features inside Apple's latest desktop OS and find out if it's worth updating or nah.
Is Apple going to release an M2 based MacBook Air later this year? According to proven leaker Jon Prosser, yes. And they will come in a variety of colours!
How do I recover a file on my Mac? And what about preventing data loss? What software tools do I need? Here's everything musicians need to know.
Running the brand-new M1 ARM-based SoC, Apple's new Macs look very promising and the prices are surprisingly modest! So what's in for music producers?
One more thing... Next Tuesday (November 10) Tim Cook will take the stage to announce - in all likelihood - Apple's first ARM-based consumer Macs.
References to three 2020 Mac computers have been spotted inside the files of macOS Big Sur's first developer beta. We might be in for a solid Mac launch event this November!
A leaker on Twitter says Apple may offer an ARM-driven MacBook priced at USD 799! That would become Apple's most affordable laptop ever. And a MacBook Pro 13 at USD 1099 would be a treat, too!
The new iPad Pro and MacBook Air offer little in the way of music production, but the souped-up laptop can be a great little computer for live performances and lite production.
The latest Mojave update (10.14.4), released yesterday, quietly improves the USB audio situation on 2018 Macs, as mentioned in the release notes and in beta testing user feedback.
Apple's groundbreaking laptop receives a successor equipped with a high-resolution Retina display (no True Tone, though), USB-C/Thunderbolt ports, and Touch ID fingerprint-scanning protection.
The 13-inch laptop will be powered by Intel's Kaby Lake Refresh 14nm processors. This implies the upcoming laptop will be significantly faster than the 12-inch MacBooks, which work with ultra low-power M3 ...