Apple

Thunderbolt Expansion with the New Mac Pro and PCIe Cards

When the latest-version Mac Pro was first announced in June of 2013, it took many creative professionals aback. The radical departure from the boxy aluminum body we had come to know immediately created the love/hate response we expect from Apple enthusiasts at this point—some think the physical design is beautiful, while others regard it as a little black trash can.

Moose Peterson: My B&H Wish List

History books, WWII aviation
Like our English teachers taught us in the beginning, to write about a subject, you've got to know it. For my aviation work with WWII veterans and aircraft, the better I can understand the history, the better my photos will be.

The Magnificent Six: Tablets for the Holidays

Tablets have become as standard as smartphones this year. You can see them on the morning commute, in parks, schools—just about anywhere there’s a Wi-Fi connection. But as tablets become more ubiquitous, and the selection of tablets grows, you need to make hard and fast choices about the tablet you buy. If you want our picks for some of the best tablets this season, read on.

Streaming Solutions

If you're like me, you never get tired of digital content. I appreciate having multiple options for TV shows, music, and movies. An abundance of content allows me to re-watch my favorites, as well as provide an opportunity to binge-watch something new—and lately, with so many shows being picked up on Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu Plus, the latter has been happening quite frequently.

New Apple iPad mini with Retina Display

Apple’s iPad mini has had a makeover. The new mini, which will arrive in late November, will have a 7.9-inch Retina display with 2048 x 1536 resolution. That translates to an impressive four times the image quality of its predecessor. The new mini will also feature Apple’s A7 chip and M7 motion co-processor, which will provide four times better processing performance and eight times better graphics performance. Plus, the built-in battery will last up to 10 hours.

New Apple iPad Air with Retina Display

Apple’s recent announcement featured a variety of devices including the thoroughly improved iPad Air with Retina Display. With a shipping date of November 1st, the iPad Air can’t come soon enough. Apple has taken basically everything we all loved about the iPad with Retina Display and improved upon it in the iPad Air.

Will the New Mac Pro Change Desktop Computing, Forever?

On October 22, Apple announced the newest version of the signature desktop computer, the Mac Pro. Apple fans have been eagerly awaiting an update to the Mac Pro, and were vocally disappointed when Apple announced new Retina screens for other members of their lineup last year, but nothing on the Mac Pro. Apple kept silent even amidst the criticism, and last June started leaking details.

Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks Operating System

If you’re wondering why Apple’s newest version of Mac OS X isn’t named Bobcat or Cougar, Apple decided to break from its tradition of naming their Mac OS X versions after felines. Instead, Apple went with the name Mavericks for Mac OS X 10.9. You may also be pleased to hear that you’ll be able to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks for free.

MacBook Pro with Retina Display Embraces 4th-Gen Intel® Core™ Processors

The MacBook Air may have gotten first dibs on the 4th-generation Haswell Intel® Core™ processors back in June, but Apple hasn’t forgotten about the MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Both the 13.3” and 15.4” models received updates on October 22 and are ready to take your Mac experience to the next level.

Apple "A Lot to Cover" Event: iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina Display, Mac Pro, and MacBook Pro

When Apple sent out invitations to the press for their keynote with the tagline “a lot to cover,” they were not kidding. On October 22, Apple introduced the new iPad Air, added the Retina Display to the iPad Mini, and finally announced availability of the long-anticipated Mac Pro. MacBook Pro with Retina Display models have also received hardware updates.

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