24 Hours Only: High-end 15″ MacBook Pro with 1TB SSD and Radeon 460 for $2,299 ($1,200 off), plus no tax in 48 states

Today only, while supplies last, shoppers can save $ 1,200 on Apple’s Late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro with an upgraded 2.9GHz processor, 1TB of SSD storage and Radeon 460 graphics, the lowest price we’ve seen to date. Plus, expedited shipping is free, and there’s no sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. AppleInsider […]

Eddy Cue confirmed as SXSW keynote speaker, likely to talk Apple’s TV plans

SXSW, the popular annual event that features film, music, media, and tech conferences and festivals, has announced its latest round of featured speakers for this year which includes Apple’s own Eddy Cue. While Apple has played its original content efforts close to the chest so far, Cue might shed more light on what we can […]

Jennifer Bailey talks Apple Pay growth, Apple’s own retail efforts, and more to kickoff 2018

Earlier this month, Apple Pay head Jennifer Bailey attended the National Retail Federation conference in New York City, talking about Apple’s effect on retail with Apple Pay, its own retail stores, and more. Bailey explained at the event that Apple Pay continues to grow and have a dramatic impact on commerce… more… 9to5Mac

Logic Pros: An in-depth look at the new LPX Step and Phat FX units

Apple continues to support Logic Pro X (and its other flagship software), and the latest update has even more than we expected after having some hands-on time for the last couple days. The completely free version 10.4 upgrade hit this week with loads of new content for the company’s professional audio recording suite. For those […]

This week’s top stories: HomePod preorders & new details, iOS 11.2.5 and betas, new iPhone rumors & much more

In this week’s top stories: Apple’s HomePod goes up for preorder as new details emerge, Apple pushes out the latest iOS, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS releases and betas, Logic Pro X gets a major update, and much more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories… more… 9to5Mac

Apple’s 8 years of iPad: a revolution in iOS computing

Eight years ago today, Steve Jobs introduced iPad, positioned as a new device category between the highly-mobile iPhone and conventional Macs. Some critics were disappointed that it wasn’t a Mac in tablet form; others were upset it wasn’t a telephone, that it wasn’t smaller, that wasn’t larger–or that it effectively was a larger iPod touch. […]

Hands-on: Universal Audio’s Arrow bus-powered Thunderbolt 3 interface is downright awesome [Video]

Last week, Universal Audio announced a new entry-level audio interface, the UA Arrow, that’s positioned just below its popular Apollo Twin interfaces. The UA Arrow, like other interfaces that the company makes, can provide your recordings with the tone and feel of a traditional analog recording. The Arrow is an interesting product for several key reasons, […]

Angela Ahrendts greets visitors at grand opening of Apple’s first retail store in South Korea

Photos via BumMo Koo and YouTube Update: Angela Ahrendts has posted her own congratulatory message and photo on Twitter. Today, Apple celebrated completion of their first retail location in South Korea with a public grand opening. Photos and video of the festivities from those attending show Apple’s retail chief Angela Ahrendts in attendance to welcome the […]