Amazon's big sale kicks off in just a few days, but you don't have to wait until Prime Day to score a set of AirPods at a discount. Right now, you can save as much as $50 on AirPods at Amazon and elsewhere meaning you can beat the rush and sang yourself a set now. The wireless charging version is seeing a $49 discount at Amazon, dropping its price to just $150. If you can forego wireless charging, you can get a wired charging set for just $119 — that's $40 off. Should prices drop even more next, we'll make sure we keep our list of the best Prime Day AirPods deal updated. AirPods with Wireless Charging Case Before Prime Day even begins
Intel will experience a big decline in market share in 2022 as Apple further shifts away from Intel processors to its own Apple Silicon, Digitimes reports. It suggests that Apple will lose close to half its Apple orders this year. This is en route to Apple ditching all its Intel orders in the near future. […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Our widowed protagonist comes face to face with the bane of her existence in this week’s episode of Lisey’s Story, the Stephen King miniseries currently giving Apple TV+ a welcome shot of weird. Lisey must face some painful memories in order to avoid an even more painful future. Lisey’s Story review: Episode 4, ‘Jim Dandy’ […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
In iOS 15, the Photos app has been given a significant update that includes a richer Info pane to view information about a photo in your library, such as the camera, lens, and shutter speed used, the file size of the image, and where the image came from if it was saved from within another app. In another notable addition, you can also edit the date and time when a photo was taken. Here's how it's done in the latest iOS 15 developer beta, a version of which will be available to the public in July. Launch the Photos app and tap a photo to select it. Tap the info button (the encircled "i" icon) below the image. Tap Adjust next to the
Introduced with the iMac Pro in 2017, and discontinued in May 2021, Apple's Space Gray accessories are now all sold out in the Apple Store.The Space Gray accessories were originally sold only with the iMac ProApple announced in mid-May 2021 that it would no longer produce the Space Gray accessories, but they did remain on sale "while supplies last." Now, however, they have been erased from the online Apple Store, as has the iMac Pro they were originally designed for. Read more...
The HomePod mini has dropped to $79.99 on Simply Mac today, down from its original price of $99.00. This is one of the first major discounts on the HomePod mini since it launched last year, and it's in stock in both Space Gray and White at this price on Simply Mac. The HomePod mini is a smaller version of the HomePod, measuring in at 3.3 inches tall compared to the HomePod's 6.8-inch height. The HomePod mini features a fabric-covered spherical design with a flat top that has a backlit touch interface interface for activating Siri and controlling music. $19 OFFHomePod mini for $79.99 The only other notable deal for HomePod mini we've tracked in 2021 was a $10 sale at Expercom. Given the
We’re heading into the weekend with all of today’s best deals headlined by a new Apple flash sale at Best Buy. That’s alongside a new all-time low on the latest 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro at $100 off and a rare deal on the all-new Apple TV 4K. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break. more… The post Deals: Best Buy Apple Flash Sale, latest 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro $100 off, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.
It’s summertime, so many people are sprucing up the outdoor parts of their homes with new flowers and mulch, but it’s also a great time of year to take on some new HomeKit projects to streamline aspects of your house, including adding some extra security. more… The post HomeKit Weekly: Start the summer with HomeKit projects to improve the security of your home appeared first on 9to5Mac.
These days, the M1-processor Macs are calling to a lot of people, and Redditor KhanathanJr is no exception. He’s a first-time MacBook fan wielding a formidable 2019 16-inch MacBook Pro packing an 8-core Intel i9 processor, 16 GB of RAM and a reasonably good graphics card, but … you know. It may not retain its […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Apple this week stopped selling its Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad, Magic Mouse 2, and Magic Trackpad 2 accessories for the Mac in a Space Gray color, around three months after discontinuing the iMac Pro, which also came in Space Gray. Last month, Apple listed the Space Gray accessories as available while supplies last, and the company has now removed the product pages from its website entirely, as spotted by Appleosophy. The accessories remain available in Silver, but keep in mind they have not been updated since October 2015. The new iMac with the M1 chip is available with colorful new Magic accessories, including a Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, but Apple has not yet made these accessories available for purchase on