Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Mac Pro Replacement Due in 2018

    According to John Gruber of the Mac blog Daring Fireball, Apple is set to release a replacement for the Mac Pro in 2018: “Apple is currently hard at work on a “completely rethought” Mac Pro, with a modular design that can accommodate high-end CPUs and big honking hot-running GPUs.” Apple enthusiasts, tech journalists, and even […]


  • LG fixing Wi-Fi Interference Problems with UltraFine 5K Display

    Last summer, Apple discontinued its own Thunderbolt display after a five-year run. Rather than build a new display, during the launch of the new line of MacBook Pro, Apple recommended that users buy the  LG UltraFine 5K Display. The issue for most Apple customers was the lack of the Apple aesthetic, even though the display […]


  • Apple releases a new Mac Mini

    After over two years of quasi lack of updates, Apple recently announced updates for their Mac Mini. Additional features for this new release would include 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Haswell processors, Intel HD 5000 with Iris graphics. A PCI-based flash storage would be available for the high-end models. Indeed, the new Mac Mini will come in three […]


  • Apple Releases OS X Yosemite

    During the same media event that announced the new iPad devices, the new Retina iMac and the new Mac mini, Apple has also launched the OS X Yosemite. This new public release is downloadable from the App Store without any costs. To be eligible for the download, you would need at least 2GB of RAM […]


  • Tips on How to Build a Better Wi-Fi Network

    With fast internet connections the norm in most suburban areas, the biggest bottleneck for Internet access at home is the wireless network. Many people rely on the wireless router that came with the internet connection. Some go to the extent of connecting additional access points or wireless extenders. However, there can still be connectivity and […]