If you're waiting for Thunderbolt 4, then we might have some good news for you, with Intel having confirmed that it will debut alongside the new Tiger Lake processors that will be used in notebook computers later this year.
Attention Mac users, if you haven't updated your Mac to macOS 10.12.2 as yet, do it now. Here's to why.
The majority of the week dedicated to Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC 2016) in San Francisco may be aimed at providing developers with the opportunity to meet and greet Apple engineers with the aim of learning and solving problems, but over the years, the event has transitioned to become as much about the company's software and hardware announcements. As we approach the event, it seems that multiple Apple Stores are showing very limited stock of the company's Thunderbolt Display, potentially alluding to a new product reveal as part of the conference opening keynote.
With Intel's Thunderbolt connector not exactly taking off as quickly as it would have liked, the company is apparently working on a new, standardized docking system which would give ultra-portable notebooks both a Thunderbolt and non-Thunderbolt connector to use, with the latter being reportedly used for things such as power and Ethernet connectivity.
One thing about Apple is they like to stick to release cycles, and one of those release cycles tells us that iMac is getting ready for an update. According to CNET’s Brian Tong, it could be sooner rather than later.
Oh those lucky, lucky fellows. Engadget's Nilay Patel has had his hands on one of the new 15" MacBook Pros to test, and it's one impressive-looking machine. Just running through the specs sheet makes my wallet cry, but is it worth it?