Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 12th Sep 2017 23:11 UTC
Mac OS X

Aside from new iPhones, theres more Apple news - the company has set release dates for iOS 11 - 19 September - and macOS High Sierra - 25 September. I can't say much about High Sierra - I don't have a Mac - but iOS 11 is an absolute must, especially for iPad users. I've been using it for a long time now on my 2017 iPad Pro 12.9", and I haven't looked back to my laptop since buying it and installing iOS 11 on it.

iOS 11 is a huge leap forward for the iPad, and it'll make your tablet feel like a new, and much more capable device.

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RE: Hardware v software
by henderson101 on Wed 13th Sep 2017 13:14 UTC in reply to "Hardware v software"
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2006-05-30

I got an older MacBook Pro and upgraded the internal components. That worked pretty much perfectly for me. All I lost was a little processor power and Retina, but I paid less than half the price for the same RAM, and I have a 1TB and 240GB SSD internally, with the option to upgrade the 240GB when I get more cash.

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RE[2]: Hardware v software
by Rokas on Wed 13th Sep 2017 13:19 in reply to "RE: Hardware v software"
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2017-09-12

I'm currently on 15" MBP Retina 2015 model, but I get tempted to upgrade to the latest one because of improved screen (I do some photography in my free time) and faster SSDs. And yet, I still am afraid to do that, since looking at user opinions, latest MBPs seem to be controversial at best.

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