• Apple Announces iMac with Retina Display

    Apple Announces iMac with Retina Display

    Apple has announced the brand new 27″ iMac with Retina display, bringing 14.7 Million pixels to their famous iMac lineup; the Retina 5k display has 7x more pixels than on a standard HD TV and 67% more than a 4K display. Taking engineering tips from their MacBook Pro with Retina Display, the new iMac delivers much improved performance thanks to the latest Intel chips, as well as new graphics engines from AMD. The new iMac with Retina display starts at $2499. More as this develops…

     
  • Apple Announces New iPad Air 2

    Apple Announces New iPad Air 2

    Apple took the stage this afternoon to unveil the new 6.1mm think iPad Air 2. 18% thinner than the iPad Air, this becomes the world’s thinnest tablet, with new features including an anti-reflective coating reducing reflections by 56%, a new A8X processor which is 40% faster overall, and 2.5x faster graphics. These upgrades bring enhanced performance, while Apple promises that battery life remains at up to 10 hours. Apple also kept the same price points as the previous generation of iPad Air, with the most noticeable change being that the mid-level model jumps from 32GB of storage to 64GB for the same price. More as this develops.

     
  • CBS All Access Delivers On-Demand Access for $6 a month

    CBS All Access Delivers On-Demand Access for $6 a month

    This is interesting – CBS has launched its very own All Access subscription-based service for their programming. The $6 monthly charge gets you access to over 6,500 episodes on demand as well as new episodes via the CBS App the next day – plus live TV. You’ll be able to stream 15 of its prime-time shows in this way, including big hits like NCIS and The Big Bang Theory as well as 6,500 episodes of classic TV from the CBS back catalog as a sweetener.

     
  • Mackie Unveils the DL32R Mixer Today

    Mackie Unveils the DL32R Mixer Today

    As we previously teased this week, Mackie will be unveiling its latest iPad powered digital mixer today, the DL32R. During an online event, Mackie will be taking the wraps off its latest digital mixer with product manager Ben Olswang and a slew of special guests who will show you the mixer in action whilst revealing all of the features we are expecting, including a new version of its popular Master Fader app (thanks to some early site releases, we have some great shots of the new mixer complete with the updated Master Fader app). No word on whether the app will be customized solely for the new DL32R or will be available as a general version update for the DL1608 and DL806 digital mixers. We love this kind of gear and will be bringing you the latest as it is announced. Check out the official hardware description: “The DL32R delivers […]

     
  • Mackie to Unveil the DL32R Digital Mixer on Wednesday

    Mackie to Unveil the DL32R Digital Mixer on Wednesday

    If you’re an audio enthusiast, this week is going to rock your world… We brought you our hands on review and videos of the Mackie DL1608 iPad-powered mixer when it was released just a few years ago. Having used the mixer hands-on for all this time (complete with every version update of their Master Fader app), it’s not surprising that we’re excited to hear all the news about the upcoming DL32R completely remotely controlled mixer. The DL32R is a 32-channel mixer with what looks like 14 independent outputs, monitor and headphone control, as well as a brand new Master Fader app to control it all. The new mixer is a complete departure from its DL1608 and DL806 predecessors; how, you ask? It’s completely disconnected in its own rack-mounted design. You can position the core on stage with a band, or in the front of your house, (anywhere really) while you […]

     
  • Apple Invites Press to October 16th Media Event

    Apple Invites Press to October 16th Media Event

    As expected, Apple sent press invitations to an Oct. 16 unveiling with the headline “It’s been too long.” The latest event, to launch the latest line of iPads, according to our sources, comes just weeks after introducing the iPhone 6, the Apple Watch and Apple Pay.

     
 

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