At the Gather Round event today, the new Apple Watch models, available to order from Friday the 21st of September, were unveiled. The series 4 watches incorporate pioneering heart detection mechanisms, a thinner body and is available in sizes 40mm and 44mm with screens 30% larger than their series 3 counterparts.
The new MacBook Pro model features True Tone technology, similar to the most recent iPhone and iPad Pro models. The technology allows the device to immediately adjust the white balance of the display in response to the colour temperature of the surrounding environment, to provide a more natural viewing experience, whilst also reducing eye strain.
Stock configurations of the new 2018 MacBook Pro models are now available for in-store pickup in the US, as Apple retail stores receive the first supplies of the laptop. The stock includes both the 13 and 15 inch models, the 13 inch models is also available for in-store pickup in Germany the UK and France, although not in Canada, Australia or Asian countries.
Almost the entirety of Apple’s product line is reported to be updated for the final half of 2018, according to the respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who expects improvements to the iPhone, Mac mini, iPad, MacBook Pro, Apple Watch and iMac. Continue reading Overview of Apple’s line-up for Autumn
Four months since the release of the Galaxy S9 and S9+, it has emerged that Samsung intends to release 3 new Galaxy S models next year, the S10, S10+ and the reduced-price entry version of the S10, similar to Apple’s planned release of the second-generation iPhone X, iPhone X Plus and the lower priced LCD model.
A new 6-core A12 processor, bringing major efficiency and an improvement in speed of roughly 10%, is expected to be included in Apple’s lineup of 2018 iPhones. A benchmark for the 2018 iPhone uploaded to Geekbench 4, if genuine demonstrates the difference in performance between the current A11 and the new A12.
According to information released by the The Verge, Microsoft is currently developing “Andromeda”, a Dual-Screen Surface device intended to “blur the line between mobile and stationary computing.”