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2015 Apple iMac

2015 Apple iMac

Apple’s 21.5″ iMac now has a variant with a 4K display and better Intel CPUs (still no discrete GPU though). In addition, the 5K display is now standard in all 27″ iMacs. Finally, Apple’s wireless keyboard, mouse, and trackpad have built-in rechargeable batteries.

2015 Apple TV

2015 Apple TV

The new Apple TV has a remote with a built-in touchpad and can also be used as a controller for games like Disney InfinityGuitar Hero Live as well as other apps coming to the media player’s new App Store. Drops 10/15 for $149-$199.

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iPhone 6S/6S Plus

iPhone 6S/6S Plus

The 4.7″ iPhone 6s and 5.5″ 6s Plus have a pressure-sensitive touchscreen that enables more input options. It also has a 12mp rear camera that can take 4K videos, the new, faster A9 processor and a stronger aluminum case. Preorders start 9/12.

iPad Pro

iPad Pro

The iPad Air 2’s big brother has a crazy-sharp 5.6 megapixel 12.9″ display, enhanced multitouch, a 1.8x faster CPU, four speakers, and an optional tactile keyboard cover ($169) and a pixel-precise, pressure- and tilt-sensitive stylus dubbed the Apple Pencil ($99).

Giveaway: iPad Air 2

Giveaway: iPad Air 2

Head over to the Technabob Shop now for a chance to win a shiny new iPad Air 2, in your choice of silver, gold or space grey. Register for one entry, then share with your friends for bonus chances. (Contest Ends 9/2/15)

Apple iPod Touch (6th Gen)

Apple iPod Touch (6th Gen)

The entry-level iOS device now has the same A8 CPU that’s in the iPhone 6, albeit at a lower clock speed. It also has an 8MP camera with 120fps 720p slow-mo video, burst mode and more. Its maximum capacity is an impressive 128GB.

OWC USB-C Dock

OWC USB-C Dock

This chunky USB-C Dock trades a single USB-C port for five USB 3.1 ports (four USB-A and one USB-C), an HDMI port, an SD slot, an Ethernet port, audio in and audio out. It also has an 80W power adapter to power connected USB devices.

Hub+ USB-C Hub

Hub+ USB-C Hub

A portable USB hub for the new MacBook and other PCs with USB-C connections. The Hub+ has two USB-C ports, three USB 2.0 ports, a miniDisplayPort 1.2 port, an SD card reader and a 400mAh battery for emergency charging.

AWDock for Apple Watch

AWDock for Apple Watch

A charging cradle for the Apple Watch. A micro-suction pad holds the wireless charger in place and keeps the watch scratch-free and face up for continued use. Available in aluminum or with polished steel or 18k gold plated finish.

HydraDock for Apple MacBook

HydraDock for Apple MacBook

The 2015 Apple MacBook lost most of its ports while slimming down. The HydraDock will turn that single USB-C port into an 11-port dock. Includes 3.5mm, Gigabit Ehternet, SDXC, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, 4 USB 3.0 and 2 USB-C ports.

Brik Case for MacBooks

Brik Case for MacBooks

The Brik Case is a lid protector for the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro that supports LEGO, Mega Bloks, PixelBlocks, KRE-O, or K’NEX Bricks. It works with MacBooks made in 2013 or later and comes with 100 1×1 bricks.

New MacBook Apple Engineer Parody

New MacBook Apple Engineer Parody

With a tame CPU and only a single USB-C port for everything – including for charging – the new MacBook isn’t for everyone. Armando Ferreira used the now famous Spanish dishwashing story to mock Apple’s new laptop.

The New MacBook Simplified

The New MacBook Simplified

While the new 2015 MacBook is definitely thin, many of us think Apple has gone too far with its “less is more” approach, especially with its new single USB-C port. Cinesaurus perfectly parodies the point, backed by Jony Ive’s original voiceover.

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Gold Apple Watch Parody

Gold Apple Watch Parody

(NSFW: Language) “…it allows you to communicate with unrivaled accuracy that you have $10,000.” When you create a gadget that’s easy to lose and destined to be obsolete yet costs up to $17,000, you deserve to be mocked.

2015 Apple MacBook

2015 Apple MacBook

At just 2lb. and with a single USB-C port for everything, the new MacBook is as minimal as it gets. It has an insanely small fanless logic board, a 2304×1440 12″ display, 8GB RAM and 256/512GB SSD. Drops 4/10 for $1299+.

HBO Now

HBO Now

HBO for cord-cutters finally comes to the U.S. Offering every episode of every HBO show over your broadband connection. It’s an Apple exclusive for launch, compatible with iPhone, iPad or Apple TV. Launches 4/2015 for $14.99/month.

Giveaway: Macbook Pro Retina

Giveaway: Macbook Pro Retina

We’ve got another awesome giveaway happening over on the new Technabob Shop. This time, one lucky entrant will end up with a shiny new 13″ Macbook Pro with a Retina display, 8GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD. (Contest Ends 3/18/15)

Prynt Instant Camera Phone Case

Prynt Instant Camera Phone Case

An instant camera case for the Samsung Galaxy S4/S5 and iPhone 5/5S/5C/6. Snap a photo, and after it’s printed an augmented reality video will show the moment the photo was taken. Also prints photos from Facebook and Instagram.

The Man Who Agreed

The Man Who Agreed

Graphic Design student Florence Meunier was required to make a printed user-friendly version of the End User License Agreement (EULA) of the Apple iCloud. To entice people to read it, she created an appropriate story from the document.

BookBook for iPhone 6/6 Plus

BookBook for iPhone 6/6 Plus

Twelve South’s stylish and stealthy case is now available for the new iPhones. As always, it’s bound in genuine leather and has book-like accents on its spine. It also has pockets for cards and cash and comes with a protective case.

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Woz: Apple’s Early Days

Woz: Apple’s Early Days

“The [Apple II’s] retail price was $666.66, because I as a mathematician like repeating digits.” Personal computer pioneer and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak talks about the early days of the company in this rare interview.

Android Auto vs. Apple CarPlay

Android Auto vs. Apple CarPlay

9to5 Mac compared Google and Apple’s dashboard interfaces for their mobile devices. CarPlay (4:45) seems less elegant than Android Auto. Regardless, both seem to be just as distracting as using your phone while driving.

Call it the iWatch & We’ll Kill You

Call it the iWatch & We’ll Kill You

(NSFW: Language) CollegeHumor pokes fun at Apple’s self-inflicted branding dilemma now that it’s resorted to adding “Apple” instead of “i” to its product names. We guess the company’s CEO is no longer with us.

Rutledge iPad & MacBook Cases

Rutledge iPad & MacBook Cases

The Rutledge Edition of Twelve South’s BookBook cases feature leather covers that are tanned and finished by hand – no two covers will look or age the same. Available for the iPad Air/Mini and MacBook Air/Pro/Retina.

Apple Product Chart

Apple Product Chart

Pop Chart Lab’s The Insanely Great History of Apple 3.0 is a chronological checklist of the tech giant’s 534 products, from the Apple I to the iMac with 5K Display. It even comes with System 6-style rails for mounting. Zoom in here.

Apple Watch Interface on iPhone

Apple Watch Interface on iPhone

Our curiosity is piqued by the UI for the upcoming Apple Watch. While waiting for the real deal, programmer Lucas Menge prototyped the same experience on the iPhone, and it seems way better than pages full of icons. Source here.

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