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New MacBook Pro users report about problems with the battery life on their machines. Most of the users claim the laptops work only for about 3 to 6 hours, whereas the advertised battery life is up to 10 hours. Some users report that battery life sometimes decreases 5% in 12 minutes.
Apple has given up the idea of producing its own 5K Thunderbolt display. During the MacBook Pro media event in October, the company announced its partnership with LG and revealed the new LG Ultrafine 5K Display compatible with the laptops. Below you can take a look at the first short review of the 27-inch IPS external display for photographers, designers and other professional MacBook users.
The video was posted to YouTube by a well-known blogger Marques Brownlee. As it turns out, the display has a sleek design, nice build quality, and can power up the MacBook Pro when it is connected.
What do you think about LG Ultrafine 5K Display? Leave your comments down below.
Apple has released a new Apple Music commercial starring Drake. The ad is available either below or on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
The commercial shows the rapper working out with his friend and listening to music. When his friend leaves, Drake turns on "Pop Workout" playlist by Apple Music and starts listening to Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" while dancing and singing. However, as it turns out, listening to Taylor Swift during heavy workout is not the best idea.
The commercial ends with the words we’ve all got used to:
Distractingly good. Apple Music.
What do you think about the new ad? Leave your comments below.
Anyone can access your passcode-locked iPhone contacts list and photos using Siri. A new vulnerability has been recently discovered by a number of YouTubers and immediately shared online.
One of the first to notice the problem with iOS security was a guy nicknamed EverythingApplePro. He used a number of phones, including older iPhone 4S running iOS 8, to demonstrate that the issue has been present for quite a long period of time. All iOS devices that support Siri and have iOS 8-iOS 10.2 on board are vulnerable, so be careful.
Less than a month after the official launch of the new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Apple has released a new commercial about the new product. The ad is a bit longer than most Apple promo videos; it shows us some of the most iconic inventions and events that pushed the mankind forward. And, of course, the all-new MacBook Pro with OLED panel instead of function keys.
The commercial is available below or on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
A new parody video has been recently spotted on YouTube mocking Apple’s new MacBook Pro. The short clip highlights all the things that the new 13-inch and 15-inch laptops lack, for example, MagSafe, HDMI, card reader and other ports, high-quality front-facing camera and more.
The creators of the video summarised all weak points of the new laptops that were discovered after the release. The parody MacBook Pro ad is available below, so you can watch it right now.
What do you think about this parody? Do you think that the updated MacBook Pro lineup is a failure? Leave your comments below this short post.
Apple has released a new iPhone 7 commercial highlighting stereo speakers and water resistance of the new smartphone. You can take a look at the short clip either below or on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
Siri was compared to Google Assistant in a new video shared on YouTube by Marques Brownlee. To try out both virtual assistants, Brownlee used the iPhone 7 Plus with iOS 10.0.3 and Google Pixel XL with Android 7.1. Below you can watch the full video comparing the features of Siri and Google Assistant.
The jokes about exploding Galaxy Note 7 have reached a new level. Barack Obama has made fun of Samsung and its phone that catches fire during his speech at Miami Dade college in Florida.
Below you can take a look at the short video posted to YouTube showing the fragment from Obama’s speech.
The iPhone 7 Plus has beaten the Google Pixel in real life speed test. While it is already known that Apple’s flagship device perform better in benchmarks, the real-life testing gives us a better idea of what we can expect from the device during the day-to-day use. Below you can watch a video showing both smartphones undergoing a series of tests posted to YouTube by SuperSaf TV.
Apple has released a new Beats commercial entitled “Beats By Dre Presents: "Got No Strings" starring 19 celebrities. The list of famous people spotted in the short video includes Nicki Minaj, DJ Khaled, Karlie Kloss, and others. The ad highlights the lineup of new wireless headphones developed by Apple and Beats. You can take a look at the commercial below or on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
This is a celebration of life without strings. With Beats Wireless there's nothing to hold you down, make you fret, or make you frown.
What do you think about the ad? Do you like the new Beats headphones? Leave your comments below this post.
Apple has released a new Apple Music commercial highlighting main features of the streaming music service as well as new design developed specifically for iOS 10. The ad is available below and on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
Apart from developing and releasing new iPhones and Apple Watches, Apple is working really hard on the construction of its new campus in Cupertino. Below you can watch a new drone video showing us how much work has been done on site over the last couple of weeks.
Apple has released a new iPhone 7 ad highlighting one of the most-used iOS 10 applications and new features added to it. The short commercial is called “Balloons” and it shows us how the updated Messages app can be used to make someone happy. You can watch the ad either below or on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
Apple has released two new iPhone 7 commercials highlighting the camera added to the smartphone capable of taking high-quality shots even in low-light conditions and its water resistance that can be useful in a number of different situations.
Two short ads are called ‘Midnight' and 'Morning Ride'. Both are available on Apple’s official YouTube channel and below.