Monthly Archives: March 2021
It’s best to think of replacing your existing Mac as moving house – hopefully not as traumatic, but it’s a half decent analogy! How big is your house, who lives there, what do you use it for and how much stuff do you have (and how much stuff do you want to take with you)? Like your house, your Mac may have accumulated piles of redundant data you can’t even remember, and equally have things in it that you use every day that you just take for granted. So how do you use it?
Is an Apple Mac a better investment than a Windows PC?
An Apple Mac can cost a lot more money than it’s Windows PC equivalent, so it’s worth examining the major differences between these two platforms to see what bang you’re getting for your buck. Do Macs really last longer?
Is this legacy iPad version still a capable tablet?
It may appear odd to review a product that was initially released in 2014, but the iPad Air 2 remains a classic, beautiful and highly capable tablet, still highly relevant and totally fit for purpose in 2021. It was hard to see how Apple could improve on the first iPad Air - arguably the finest tablet ever produced at the time. But they did.
Apple first introduced their premium touchscreen tablet PC in 2010. There are three lines in Apples iPad range: - iPad, iPad mini and iPad Pro. Since introduction, iPads have been through numerous improvements – the latest ‘brand new’ model is the 8th generation. We’ll focus here on the difference between the previous two releases – iPad 6th generation (2018) and the iPad 7th generation (2019).
Here’s a quick guide to the differences between these two Apple iPad generations.