We’ve known since 2019 that AirTag was coming, but there was still one big surprise yesterday: AirTag pricing. With the Tile Pro coming in at over $30, pretty much everyone assumed that the combination of added smarts and Apple branding would see AirTag come in at a significantly higher price, likely in the order of $50 … more… The post Comment: AirTag pricing is one of the smartest things about the device appeared first on 9to5Mac.
The iPhone 11 is one of the sleekest, most minimal iPhone designs yet, so who wants to weigh it down with a bulky, heavy case? Not us! However, this treasured device must be protected, so the next best thing to a naked iPhone is a slim, lightweight case that protects without adding bulk. If a thin, slim case is what you need for your phone, we've researched for you. Check out our top picks for the best thin iPhone 11 cases. Slim 360° protection Spigen Liquid Air Armor Case Staff Favorite There are many choices for thin iPhone 11 cases, but few can boast military-grade protection. Spigen's Liquid Air Armor provides 360° drop protection. $13 at Amazon Barely there PEEL Ultra Thin Case For those who love that
Item tracking for Apple fans Apple AirTags From $29 at Apple Pros Seamless Find My integration Very affordable Personalization and lots of accessories Uses Bluetooth LE, U1, and NFC Privacy and security features User-replaceable battery Cons U1 ultra-wideband chip works only with iPhone 11 and 12 devices Apple AirTags are affordable item trackers that integrate directly with the Find My app. You can personalize and accessorize it, replace the battery yourself, and it has many built-in security and privacy features. It utilizes Bluetooth LE, U1 ultra-wideband, and NFC. Pro tracking Tile Pro $35 at Amazon $35 at Best Buy Pros Pretty affordable Large Tile user network Limited Editions available User-replaceable CR2032 battery Super tough and durable 400-foot range and loudest alarm Cons Needs separate Tile app Requires Tile Premium for certain features Tile Pro has a mighty 400-foot Bluetooth range and is tough and durable. It is
Apple yesterday unveiled a new 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a Liquid Retina XDR display that uses mini-LED backlighting to achieve up to 1,000 nits of full-screen brightness and up to 1,600 nits of peak brightness. With over 10,000 mini‑LEDs grouped into more than 2,500 local dimming zones, the display also has an impressive 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Apple has so far branded its mini-LED displays as "XDR" displays, short for "Extreme Dynamic Range," and rumors suggests the iPad Pro won't be the only Apple device to feature the technology this year. Taiwanese research firm TrendForce today reported that Apple plans to launch new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with mini-LED displays in the second half of 2021, in line with previous reports.
On Wednesday, the European Union announced new proposed artificial intelligence regulations, limiting how governments and corporations can use AI's more ethically dubious aspects.The European Union proposed AI policies that would limit how companies and governments can use the ethically problematic techProactively attempting to regulate AI's more nefarious uses, the EU's draft rules would ban "AI systems considered a clear threat to the safety, livelihoods and rights of people." Read more...
' "We recommend that Apple buy back the available data by May 1." What you need to know Apple supplier Quanta has been hit by a ransomware attack. Hackers are demanding $50 million and have released product schematics online. Apple supplier Quanta has reportedly been hit by a ransomware attack, with a hacking group releasing MacBook designs online and demanding $50 million. From The Record The operators of the REvil ransomware are demanding that Apple pay a ransom demand to avoid having confidential information leaked on the dark web. The REvil crew claims it came into possession of Apple product data after breaching Quanta Computer, a Taiwanese company that is the biggest laptop manufacturer in the world and which is also
After months of leaks and speculations, Apple finally unveiled the redesigned 24-inch iMac at its ‘Spring Loaded‘ event. The 24-inch iMac brings a bigger display, brighter colors, a thinner profile, and a change of heart, swapping the Intel CPUs with the company’s in-house M1 chip. On top of that, you also get upgrades in mics, speakers, and a web camera, something that’s essential these days. Read along to find all the differences between the old 21.5-inch iMac and the new 24-inch iMac. Continue reading →
In its Spring Loaded event Tuesday, Apple unveiled the fifth-generation iPad Pro. A report expected the 12.9-inch model to have a “modest” price increase, which did happen. In some countries, it was way more than “modest.” more… The post Brazil has the most expensive 2021 iPad Pro, US and Hong Kong the cheapest appeared first on 9to5Mac.