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Apple Announce New M1 Chip

Apple has officially announced its first processor designed specifically for the Mac, dubbed the M1. The M1 chip features an eight-core design alongside a powerful Neural Engine and GPU, offering dramatic efficiency and performance improvements for the Mac. Apple has announced three machines that use the M1: MacBook Air MacBook Pro 13-inch Mac mini The MacBook Air is Apple’s most popular and, in many cases, most cost-effective optionThe M1 improves on its predecessor with eight CPU cores (up from four), and an 18-hour battery life (up from 12.) The 13-inch MacBook Pro is also seeing a long-overdue upgrade with not only the M1, but also Apple’s revised Magic Keyboard. The big advantage to the M1 MacBook Pro is a reported 20 hours of battery life—literally double what was possible on the Intel-based Mac. Finally, there’s the Mac mini which hasn’t seen an update since 2018. It’s now gained two additional cores, while ditching the Intel UHD integrated graphics chip. These are relatively low-end models, designed either with portability or light desktop computing in mind. If you want something more powerful, like a decked-out 15-inch MacBook Pro or Mac Pro,  your  Intel for the time... read more

macOS Big Sur

macOS Big Sur elevates the most advanced desktop operating system in the world to a new level of power and beauty. Experience Mac to the fullest with a refined new design. Enjoy the biggest Safari update ever. Discover new features for Maps and Messages. And get even more transparency around your privacy. Big Sur is compatible with the following comptuers:   MacBook 2015 and later MacBook Air, 2013 and later MacBook Pro late 2013 and later Mac Mini, 2014 and later iMac 2014 and later iMac Pro 2017 and later Mac Pro, 2013 and later   As with any update, make sure you check compatibility with your existing software and ensure you have a full backup before... read more

COVID-19: Remote Mac Support

In adherence with government guidelines, our office is currently closed. Support for clients with existing contracts continues.   Remote support sessions for non-contract clients can be booked by emailing    ... read more

MacBook Pro battery recall

Apple has announced the launch of a voluntary recall and replacement program for 15-inch MacBook Pro models with Retina display sold between September 2015 and February 2017 due to battery failure issues. Affected batteries may overheat and pose a fire safety risk. Affected units in need of replacement can be identified by entering a Mac’s serial number in the recall program page. Apple warns that the MacBook Pro will be sent to an Apple Repair Center for service in all cases and that service could take one to two weeks to be completed. Batteries will be replaced free of... read more

MacOS Mojave

Apple have released MacOS Mojave, the latest version of OSX. New features include: Stacks to organise desktop clutter Gallery view for browsing photos & videos Markup tools added to Quicklook and screenshots Group FaceTime (up to 32 participants) Enhanced security in Safari   To upgrade to Mojave, you will need one of the following Macs: MacBook (Early 2015 or newer) MacBook Air (Mid 2012 or newer) MacBook Pro (Mid 2012 or newer) Mac mini (Late 2012 or newer) iMac (Late 2012 or newer) iMac Pro (2017) Mac Pro (Late 2013; Mid 2010 and Mid 2012 models with recommended Metal-capable graphics cards) You must already be running OS X v10.8 or later and have at least 2GB of RAM and 12.5GB of free space. As with all system updates, there may be incompatibilities between existing software and the new system. Please ensure all of your software and hardware is compatible before... read more

New Retina MacBook Air

Apple’s latest MacBook Air features a 13.3″ razor-sharp Retina Display, Touch ID, a redesigned keyboard and USB-C ports. It can be configured with up to 16GB RAM and up to 1.5TB of SSD storage.   Prices start at €1,121,14 excluding... read more