Review: Capture Video with StarTech’s USB-C Capture Device for HDMI Video

Review: Capture Video with StarTech’s USB-C Capture Device for HDMI Video

Technology marches on, and with it come different solutions to age-old problems. Back in the “good old days” we needed solutions that could grab video from a low-resolution device like a VHS tape player, but now things have changed. Many video devices over the past 15 years have used the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) to transfer video to a display or other device, so capturing video over HDMI is a real need these days. StarTech’s new USB-C Capture Device for HDMI Video (US$259.99) is a very capable tool for capturing HDMI video to your Mac or PC.

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Apple patent filing hints at future iPad covers with wireless charging

Apple patent filing hints at future iPad covers with wireless charging

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20180267584) for “integrated inductive charging in a protective cover.” It hints at future iPad covers with wireless charging. Once I would have thought it involved AirPower, but Apple’s long-promised wireless charger seems to have vanished into the void.

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Nomad's Base Station Hub Edition: Perfect for those tired of waiting for Apple's AirPower

Nomad's Base Station Hub Edition: Perfect for those tired of waiting for Apple's AirPower

Apple really dropped the ball with the AirPower charging pad. After touting the wireless charging pad that could charge an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods at the same time, they apparently ran into technical issues that made the device a 2018 no-show. Well, if you’re tired of waiting for Apple to get its act together, you can always check out Nomad’s new Base Station Hub Edition ($99.95), which will be shipping on October 1.

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Developers: Get moving on Apple development with The Essential iOS 12 Development Bundle

Developers: Get moving on Apple development with The Essential iOS 12 Development Bundle

We love our bundles here at Apple World Today. On Monday, our readers were treated to the Pay What You Want Ultimate Mac Bundle (it’s still available) and today we have just the thing for Mac and iOS developers — The Essential iOS 12 Developer Bundle ($29). Get access to six course and 622 individual lessons to either learn some valuable new skills or sharpen your existing toolset — all for 97% off of what you’d pay separately for the classes.

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