Adorama has marked down a collection of MacBooks this week, with instant rebates that start at $150 off Apple’s mid 2017 refresh of the 13-inch MacBook Pro and increase to $200 off the 15-inch model. Adorama’s markdowns on the latest MacBook Pros provide some of the best sale prices for these custom configurations found online, and other retailers like B&H Photo and MacMall are matching discounts in many instances.
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Apple is planning to launch a second-generation iPhone SE in 2018 to target the mid-range smartphone market, according to a new report on predicted global smartphone production growth in 2018 shared this morning by Taiwanese market research firm TrendForce.
The first iPhone SE was introduced in the spring of 2016, and it saw no updates in 2017. For that reason, it’s been unclear if Apple plans to continue on with the iPhone SE line, but in addition to the information from TrendForce, a recent rumor from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News has suggested a new 4-inch device is in the works.
A new iPhone SE could come during the first half of 2018, and it is [...]
Radio streaming service iHeartRadio has updated its official iOS app to include support for podcast playback through Apple’s CarPlay feature, meaning listeners can now tune into their favorite iHeartRadio podcasts when they’re on the road.
The latest update introduces podcasts in CarPlay through a number of new features, according to a iHeartRadio blog post announcing the changes. „Continue Listening“ lets you resume your last podcast right where you left off, without even having to think. „Your Podcasts“ provides easy access to all the podcasts you follow on iHeartRadio right on your screen — no need to take your eyes off the road to [...]
A new blog post over at Pike’s Universum, a site known for digging deeper into Mac firmware files, claims to have found data relating to some form of mobile connectivity in the upcoming iMac Pro that could be used for „advanced theft protection“ similar to Apple’s Find my iPhone service.
Even the cheapest iMac Pro costs $4999 and is thus far more expensive than any other iMac model that is now available, let alone the top of the line one with a price tag north of $15K, and it is so easy to walk away with a 27-inch computer, and that may be why Apple is going to introduce a new kind of “Find my iMac Pro” type of theft protection. One that [...]