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Mac Studio with M1 Ultra

Apple Mac Studio with M1 Ultra Review: Insane Power for the Price

Ever since Apple moved to the M1 chip, we’ve consistently lauded the performance improvements we’ve seen. It feels like with each iteration we say “most powerful” or “surprising” in some way, but those are still perhaps the best words to underscore just how impressive the M1 Ultra in the new Mac Studio is. Because it is impressive.

Apple 27-inch iMac

Apple Has Discontinued the 27-inch iMac

Following the announcement of the new Mac Studio, Apple has discontinued the 27-inch variant of the iMac, leaving only the 24-inch M1-powered version launched last year as the only iMac the company continues to sell new.

Some New Apple M1 iMacs Are Arriving Crooked: Report

Some new M1 iMac owners are reporting that their computers arrived from Apple with crooked mounts. The amount that the monitors are off-kilter varies, but some are rather extreme. One YouTuber, Faruk from iPhonedo, shows that in his case it was particularly bad.

iPhone XS vs. iPhone X : A Look at the Camera Hardware Changes

My name is Sebastiaan de With, and I'm the co-founder and designer of the iPhone camera app Halide. Some reviewers with advance access to the iPhone XS have been kind enough to share technical readouts of the new phones with our team, detailing several camera hardware specs. After some analysis, we can now give you an overview of what’s new in the iPhone XS camera hardware and its technical capabilities beyond what Apple stated at their keynote.

Triggertrap Open Sources Its Mobile Dongle Hardware

As Triggertrap continues winding down its business, their Triggertrap Mobile Dongles are becoming increasingly difficult to find. But there's some good news now: the company has decided to open source the hardware, making it is possible to build your own dongle.

Use This Secret Code to View Hidden Info on Olympus Cameras

Olympus Russia had recently posted a photograph showing the above image, which showcases a secret data screen on one of their OM-D cameras. In fact, there are three pages of data screens that provide information from how many times the camera’s shutter has been released, to how many times the flash has been fired, and much more. Olympus has since taken down the image, but the secret access code has now been outed.

Lytro Branches Out from Photography, Offers Unprecedented Access to Their Tech for $20K

The folks at Lytro have always believed that light field technology is the future, and not just for photography and storytelling. They believe that anything with a lens and a sensor can benefit from the technology, and with today's announcement of the Lytro Platform, they're opening up their proprietary tech to anybody who wants to partner up with them and expand light field into new markets.