Happy Hump Day! Apple announced a bunch of new stuff yesterday, including svelte new iMacs with the company’s M1 chip, an updated M1 iPad Pro, the long-rumored (and finally official) AirTags, a new Apple TV with the A12 Bionic processor and (vastly) improved remote, and even a new purple color for the iPhone 12. There’s a lot, but we have all the details below. Posts for days, y’all.
Geico had a bunch of customers’ data, including driver’s license numbers, stolen. Here’s what you need to know.
Even though the 2021 iMac is very thin, it still packs plenty of upgrades, ports for accessories, and additional features. You’ll be happy to know it rocks up to four USB ports, 2 thunderbolts, and a new magnetic power cable that routes the power adapter brick under your desk on the floor. That way, your workspace is clean and tidy. Apple even threw an ethernet port in that power adapter, too. Read More »
Following its “Spring Loaded” event today, Apple announced that it will be rolling out iOS 14.5 starting in the week of April 26. iPhone users can expect several new features including the ability to unlock FaceID-capable iPhones with your Apple Watch. Read More »
Spring is a time for rebirth, so it’s no wonder that Apple chose to put a new face on the iPad Pro. Announced during its Spring Loaded livestream, 2021 models of the iPad Pro feature M1 chipsets, Thunderbolt 3 ports, and optional 5G. The 12.9-inch model also features a cutting-edge mini-LED “Liquid Retina XDR” display, while the 11-inch model has an OLED panel. Read More »
Today, at Apple’s Spring Loaded event, the company unveiled its long awaited AirTags trackers. For $29, you can use them to find your Apple products or anything else. Unlike most Bluetooth trackers, AirTags can give you precise directions to find your stuff. Read More »
Nearly four years after Apple launched its first 4K TV box, the company is putting out a new Apple TV 4K with HDR video and an upgraded Siri Remote. The new streaming box replaces the 2017 Apple TV 4K and starts at $179. Read More »
The iconic Rubik’s Cube 3D combination puzzle was invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Erno Rubik. Since then, an estimated 450 million Rubik’s Cubes have been sold worldwide, along with several variations. But if you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at the original 3×3 cube, now’s your chance! There are 43 quintillion possible movies, but only one right answer. Can you figure it out?
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini are getting an all-new color just in time for Spring. Today at Apple’s Spring Loaded event, the company unveiled a stunning new purple colorway. This is the same iPhone you already know and love, only in Purple, and it’ll be available starting April 30th. Read More »
If you’re a fan of retro tech but also want instant gratification, Polaroid’s newest instant camera is worth considering. Yes, that’s the same Polaroid company that died once or twice but then came back. And while instant cameras are a dime a dozen, this new $99 Polaroid Go is the smallest yet. Read More »
Shortly after Apple announced its AirTag Bluetooth trackers, Nomad debuted its first AirTag accessories, the AirTag leather keychain and the AirTag glasses strap. Both accessories are available for pre-order and ship by July 20th. They usually cost $40 each, but Nomad is offering a special $10 pre-order discount. Read More »
Mercedes-Benz is teasing yet another electric minivan, but this time it’s an entry-level option aimed at families and other leisure users. The company will be formally unveiling the vehicle on Monday, May 10 at 11 a.m. CEST. Read More »
Earlier today, several sites reported an apparent leak of an upcoming HTC fitness-focused headset. It looks comfy and well-designed to prevent the sweaty head issues most VR headsets face. Unfortunately, HTC has no intention of making the HTC Vive Air headset. And that’s a shame. Read More »
Fitbit Sense, the company’s most powerful smartwatch, is on sale for $249 at Amazon. That’s $81 off the usual $330 price tag, and a fantastic value for a fitness-focused watch with GPS, ECG, and EDA Scan capabilities. Read More »
A security flaw allowed “fraudsters” to steal driver’s license numbers from Geico’s online sales system, according to a data breach notice filed with the California attorney general’s office. Geico has since fixed the vulnerability, which went unnoticed for over a month, but asks that customers look out for fraudulent unemployment applications. Read More »
It looks like Amazon didn’t jump the gun on revealing a LEGO Luigi starter set by too much. Today LEGO made it official and announced the $59.99 Adventures with Luigi Starter Course. And better yet, it’s taking pre-orders now. Don’t wait; LEGO Mario sold out in a day. Read More »
Tired of losing your keys? Worried about your backpack getting stolen? Adding a Bluetooth tracker to either item can greatly improve the chances of you finding it. But with the introduction of Apple’s AirTags, if you own an iPhone, there aren’t many reasons to buy a Tile tracker. Read More »