Cross your fingers that a new Apple Thunderbolt Display is coming soon

Cross your fingers that a new Apple Thunderbolt Display is coming soon

AppleInsider notes that the online Apple Store is no longer offering in-store pickup for the LG UltraFine 5K Display for a large number of outlets, indicating that the screens may be replaced by a new model, “potentially even the anticipated Apple-produced displays.” Let’s hope it’s the latter, which would make Mac laptop owners like me very happy.

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I’m expecting (hoping?) to see Apple preview the 20th anniversary iMac at WWDC

I’m expecting (hoping?) to see Apple preview the 20th anniversary iMac at WWDC

The general consensus is that the focus at the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference keynote on Monday will be on software and that no new hardware will be introduced. However, I’m going out on a limb and saying that we’ll get a preview of the iMac, which celebrates its 20th birthday in August.

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Happy birthday, iMac — what can we expect next in the all-in-one?

Happy birthday, iMac — what can we expect next in the all-in-one?

Twenty years ago yesterday (May 6) Steve Jobs introduced the iMac, which turned Apple’s fortunes around. The all-in-one desktop has gone through various intriguing redesigns, so what could the tech giant have planned for the future? Here are some possibilities I’m serving up for fun.

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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro/iOS 11 combo has replaced my 12-inch MacBook

The 12.9-inch iPad Pro/iOS 11 combo has replaced my 12-inch MacBook

When the iPad was first announced, I was hoping it would be the perfect companion to my iMac. I envisioned a world where I did the bulk of my work on my desktop, and used the tablet when I was on the go.

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10.5-inch iPad Pro: Beautiful display and blazing speed make it a winner

10.5-inch iPad Pro: Beautiful display and blazing speed make it a winner

It’s rare when Apple World Today has two major hardware reviews published on the same day, but the stars aligned and the timing was right for both a review of the fast new 27-inch iMac and the 10.5-inch iPad Pro. The two devices are different in their use case: the big iMac is a powerful desktop, while the iPad Pro seems to be the future of portable computing from Apple. Both devices have two things in common — astonishingly good displays and powerful processors — that set them apart from the rest of Apple’s products.

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