Tag Archive: Display


How to Disable / Enable Always On Display for Apple Watch

The latest Apple Watch models have a fantastic ‘always on’ display that lets you easily see the time without waking the devices screen with a lift or tap. The Apple Watch always-on display is excellent, but some users may notice that having the screen on all the time can lead to a reduction in battery … Read More

How to Use Sidecar on Mac with iPad as a Second Display

Sidecar allows an iPad to be used as a secondary external display with a Mac. This great feature was brought to Mac with macOS Catalina, and it makes it possible to extend a Mac Desktop onto a compatible iPad, giving you a second monitor without actually needing a second monitor. Using Sidecar can be of … Read More

How to Set a Profile Photo & Display Name for iMessages on iPhone & iPad

How would you like to be able to set your own profile picture and display name to be shared with other iMessage users? This profile name and picture then shows up as your contact information on their device when you’re communicating. If you have an iPhone or iPad, you can easily set this up. Popular … Read More

All New Mac Pro & Apple 32″ 6K Pro Display XDR Announced

Apple has announced the all new redesigned Mac Pro, a beautiful piece of engineering that is the most powerful and most expandable Mac ever made, with prices starting at $ 5999. Additionally, Apple announced the all new 32″ 6K Pro Display XDR, an impressive feature-packed display which starts at $ 4999. A separate Pro Stand for the … Read More [Read More…]

How to Disable True Tone on MacBook Pro Display

The latest MacBook Pro models include True Tone capable displays which automatically adjust the screen colors to resemble external ambient lighting conditions. This feature can make the screen appearance more pleasing to the eye in some lighting situations, but if you require color accuracy for your work, you may find the True Tone feature to … Read More

How to Disable (or Enable) True Tone Display on iPad Pro

The display on the new iPad Pro includes a feature called True Tone, which uses ambient light sensors to automatically shift and change the displays color hue and intensity according to the surrounding light, shifting from cooler to warmer as the surrounding lighting environment changes. It’s kind of like a smarter real-time adapting version of … Read More

Foxconn confirms $3.5 billion takeover of iPhone display maker

Foxconn is cementing its importance to Apple by finalizing a deal to acquire a majority interest in struggling iPhone display maker Sharp for a reported 389 billion yen — or $ 3.5 billion. The multi-billion dollar bailout of Sharp was originally reported as being completed back in February, only to be placed on hold after previously undisclosed liabilities threatened […]

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Apple erects giant display worth $1.5 million in ‘next-gen’ retail store

Whether it’s adding tree-lined avenues in store, or high-tech display tables for showing off the Apple Watch or new iPhone, the design of the Apple Store is constantly changing. The latest innovation is a giant floor-to-ceiling promo television display, which can be seen at Apple’s Saddle Creek Store in Germantown, Tennessee. And you thought the 12.9-inch iPad […]

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Apple’s new iPad Pro packs pretty display and plenty of grunt

Forget the iPad Air 3. Apple’s new 9.7-inch tablet will be a scaled-down version of its supercharged 12.9-inch iPad Pro — called (drumroll, please) the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. The new, smaller iPad Pro features four-speaker audio, a rear flash, Apple Pencil support, a Smart Connector for an all-new 9.7-inch Smart Keyboard, Apple’s most advanced iPad camera […]

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iPhone 7s may be the first iPhone to boast an OLED display

Apple has reportedly confirmed to its supply chain that it plans to switch from LCD panels to OLED ones for iPhones released in 2017-2018. This potentially means that we might get an OLED Apple handset as early as the iPhone 7s — and not the iPhone 8 as previously thought. Cupertino is said to be asking […]

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