Apple today released MacOS Sierra. This new upgrade will work on 2009 or later MacBooks and iMacs, as well as 2010 or newer MacBook Airs, MacBook Pros, Mac Minis, and Mac Pros. Sierra brings a ton of new features including Siri to the Mac. When using iCloud you can now free up space easily by syncing your desktop and document files to your iCloud account. Not all software is compatible at the moment, we recommend you check with third parties like Adobe and Microsoft to make sure all of your software will work prior to upgrading. You can upgrade by… Read moremacOS Sierra
iOS 10 is available September 13th. Messages will be revamped in iOS 10. New features will include animations like balloons, confetti or fireworks that can take over an entire screen to celebrate a special occasion, invisible ink to send a message which is only revealed after a friend swipes over it, and handwritten notes. iOS 10 will automatically suggest emojis that can replace a particular word in a message. Tapback is the new feature which let users respond with a simple tap. Apple is also opening up Messages to developers so they can create apps and other experiences within Messages… Read moreiOS 10
The Apple Watch 2 is official, and it’s waterproof. Or swim-proof, at least. And it’s aiming right at the sports and fitness market. The second-generation model, which is officially called Apple Watch Series 2, adds a faster dual-core processor, improved graphics, a much brighter display, and GPS, which can be used to measure pace, distance and speed when running and biking. But the highlight feature will be the added waterproofing. The new model is water resistant up to 50 meters (164 feet) and can be worn while showering and even swimming. In fact, there are new swim modes designed to… Read moreApple Watch – Series 2
On September 7th, Apple had an event to announce some upcoming and exciting stuff. A lot of people have been anticipating a new iPhone and the arrival of iOS 10. Below is a recap of some things that have come out this week: There were few surprises. As expected, the phone was an iteration on the previous iPhone 6/6s, though with tidier antenna lines and camera bump. The only significant design change was two new colors, in the form of a high-gloss Jet Black and a matte black simply known as … Black. Also as expected, Apple removed the 3.5mm… Read moreiPhone 7 & 7 Plus
With macOS Sierra due very soon we wanted to shed some light on a few things that comes with any operating system update. While new operating systems bring a slew a great new features it also brings with it a changes. During every upgrade there are two major things al companies should keep in mind before they upgrade. 1. How will this upgrade effect our current workflow? 2. What security changes do we need to be aware of? As in every major change, workflows are going to be effected. Every year third party software manufacturer need to upgrade their software… Read moreChanges are coming, September 20th. Are you ready?