WWDC saw Apple introduce two machines powered by their new M2 chip.
Is Apple’s Mac Studio the perfect computer for the studio?
M1-based desktop computer boasts USB 3, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.0, 10Gb Ethernet and SD card ports with two choices of processor: the brand new M1 Ultra or M1 Max (seen on the latest MacBook Pro).
Apple’s most powerful laptop computer ever has been explicitly designed with music in mind.
New version of Logic Pro X now available; next-gen Apple Silicon MacBook Pros announced.
We undertake the most comprehensive look at Apple’s M1‑based Macs from a musician and audio engineer’s perspective.
M1-equipped iMac features a six-speaker Dolby Atmos array, while the new iPad Pro boasts Thunderbolt connectivity.
Is Apple’s new iPad Air the pick of the bunch?
BONUS WEB EXTRA REVIEW! Could Apple’s latest 27-inch iMac be the perfect all-in-one at the right price for musicians and audio engineers?
If the 16‑inch MacBook Pro was too much and the MacBook Air too little, is this latest 13‑inch MacBook Pro just right?
How does the new version of Apple's entry-level laptop fare in a music and audio-based environment?
In 10 short years, the iPad has changed the way we make and record music. We explore what the current line-up has to offer, and what the future might hold.
Unconfirmed report suggests the switch to ARM CPUs will be announced later this month.
Have Apple finally delivered the professional desktop system Mac-based musicians and audio engineers have been waiting for?
Apple's top-of-the-range laptop gains an extra inch and a lot more besides.
We find out how this new, lower-priced iPad fairs, in terms of real-world performance, against Apple’s top-of-the-line model.
Despite the iMac moniker, the iMac Pro is a very impressive machine. Is it the computer that Mac-based musicians and audio engineers have been waiting for?
Apple unveiled the much-rumoured 10.5-inch iPad Pro at this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose.
Apple quietly introduced a new iPad in a press release towards the end of March — called simply iPad. It isn’t a new flagship for the company, more an affordable replacement for the iPad Air.
Apple recently unveiled their second model in the iPad Pro range: the smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro with the same dual-core, 64-bit A9X system-on-chip as its big brother.
Both Apple’s and Microsoft’s flagship tablet devices are large, powerful and elegant. But which is best for musicians?
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