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9to5Mac 12/13/2019 09:02
We’re under a week away from the release of the latest Star Wars film, and Apple is commemorating the event with a huge movie sale today. That includes nearly every Star Wars film, plus markdowns on various bundles including Batman, DC Universe, Superman, and more. All of which will become a permanent part of your library, delivering excellent value along the way. You’ll find all of our top picks down below. .
9to5Mac 12/13/2019 07:23
iPhone and iPad users were rather surprised to see back in February. Surprised partly because AT&T didn’t have a network at the time, and partly because no current iPhone or iPad could connect to one anyway. What launched then was a fake 5G which was really just a form of LTE that had existed since 2014. It’s continued to use the misleading symbol and designed to draw attention to the fakery, but has now finally launched the real thing …. .
9to5Mac 12/12/2019 15:42
Apple is known to charge exorbitant prices for memory, and the just-released Mac Pro is no exception. For example, the Mac Pro comes with a base amount of 32GB of RAM in a 4x8GB configuration, but upgrading to 48GB costs $300 and quickly balloons to $1000 for 96GB of RAM. Even worse is the RAM that Apple sells separately. In that case, a mere 16GB of RAM in a 2x8GB config will cost you $400, while 64GB in a 2x32GB config will cost you a whopping $1200. Want 256GB? Prepare to pay $6000. But there may be good news in all of this. As has been the case for many years, it may be possible to utilize third-party RAM, which comes at a much more reasonable price. For example, costs under $200, a $1000 savings over . .

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