As 2018 begins to wrap up, AirPower is still nowhere to be found. Earlier today, Zac outlined several possibilities for AirPower including a release sometime this month, Apple pushing the launch to 2019, or indefinitely delaying it. No matter the outcome, many eager iPhone users have become restless for some sort of update on AirPower’s fate. Are you still waiting for AirPower or have you given up hope and turned to alternative solutions? more… The post Are you still waiting for AirPower or have you moved on to other solutions? [Poll] appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Intel today unveiled their upcoming series of processors destined for 2019, Sunny Cove, based upon a 10nm architecture. Set for Intel’s Core and Xeon series, they could be found in upcoming Mac models seen in 2019 and beyond. The chips are described as being “deeper, wider and smarter“, and will offer greater performance paired with reduced power draw. more… The post Intel unveils new 10nm Sunny Cove CPUs, possibly destined for future Macs appeared first on 9to5Mac.
For a limited time, you can order the new AlsterPlus 100Wh 27000mAh USB-C battery pack + hub for 50% off on Kickstarter. Get the AlsterPlus 100Wh 27000mAh USB-C battery pack + hub for $149 (Reg. $299) This USB-C battery pack and hub combo includes two 100W USB-C PD3.0 ports (IN&OUT), two 18W USB-A QC3.0 ports (Quick Charge), USB-C hub functionality for connecting devices to your Mac, iPad Pro, or other device, and packs in a huge 27000mAh/100Wh completely airline compliant battery. more… The post Get the AlsterPlus 27000mAh battery pack + hub w/ dual 100W USB-C ports 50% off appeared first on 9to5Mac.
December has been a big month for Apple’s health efforts as its long-awaited ECG (electrocardiogram) app for Apple Watch Series 4 recently landed. Now a new CNBC report looks at how serious Apple is taking its health focus moving forward. It now has as many as 50 doctors on staff across a variety of teams and projects to help users do more than just track exercise and fitness. more… The post Apple expanding its health expertise to managing disease, reportedly now has 50 doctors on staff appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2018/12/9to5Mac-Daily-12-12-2018.mp3 more… The post 9to5Mac Daily: December 12, 2018 appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Something that has been sitting at the back of my mind forever is that pile of DV tapes I have in the attic which were taken before smartphone cameras existed. For one reason or another, I didn’t import them after I made them and now the FOMO is starting to creep in as the hardware to pull these videos off the tapes rapidly becomes obsolete. LifeFlix to the rescue? more… The post LifeFlix quickly and easily imports old DV tapes, before it’s too late appeared first on 9to5Mac.
While Apple hasn’t spilled the beans on its upcoming video streaming service, we’re learning more about its catalog and other tidbits regarding the project. more… The post Apple poaches Sony’s Tamara Hunter to lead casting efforts for upcoming video service appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Recent sales data from Best Buy paints a dreary picture for iPhone XS and XS Max sales for the holiday quarter. The data lines up with multiple recent reports from analysts and Apple’s vendors about reduced iPhone orders and declining sales. more… The post Best Buy sales data shows iPhone XS and XS Max slumping during the holiday season appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Ah, the middle of December without a single update on AirPower from Apple in sight. That can only mean one thing: we’re just days away from some sort of big announcement about the fate of Apple’s magical wireless charging mat. Unless AirPower ships this month, I see three possibilities: more… The post Comment: AirPower update likely days away, but we’re beyond the good news window appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Apple is today updating its online store for business, adding LumaForge’s professional servers to its lineup. For those out of the loop, LumaForge has worked with many industry leaders such as Adobe, Disney, Google, and more. more… The post LumaForge’s 32TB to 200TB Jellyfish Tower servers now available to purchase through Apple from $12,000 to $40,000 appeared first on 9to5Mac.