This is the Tech Journeyman. We will posting guides and such to help you get the most out of your personal computing without the complications. We mostly cover Apple, but we give Windows and Linux some love too.
Mac Mini 2024 Setup GuideThe Mac Mini remains Apple's best product. Here is a guide to make the Mac Mini uniquely yours.
Why Apple Won't Focus on FoladablesThere's some worry that Apple is missing the boat when they are not doing foldable. They are not doing foldable because of entirely different reasons.
Apple Vision Pro ReviewsApple's new device, the head-mounted display Vision Pro is hitting the streets, and here are what the reviewers have to say.
1984 Mac vs 2024 iMac: 40 years of personal computing. Then, now and the future.On January 24, 1984, Apple launched the Macintosh, now 40 years later, we see how far the personal computer has come.
Apple Vision Pro vs Meta QuestApple has finally got into the VR game although they insist it is the new way of computing. How does the $3,500 thingamajig compare to the best-selling VR ever?
iMac M3 vs Studio Display: It Is Worth It?The iMac starts from $1,299 while the Studio Display itself is worth $1,599. It is worth it?
Apple in 2024Tracking of Apple movements and reactions in 2023. This article is updated weekly and will get longer as the year progresses.
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Apple in 2023Tracking of Apple movements and reactions in 2023. This article is updated weekly and will get longer as the year progresses.
Apple Product Roadmap 2024As we come to a close to 2023, we look forward to what Apple will bring to 2024.
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Apple Silicon Evolution (vs Intel Core i9) over the yearsApple came a long way from a simple chip that powers the first iPad. Here a general look how Apple Silicon fare over the years
Apple smartphone chips vs Qualcomm over the yearsThe 8th wonder of the modern world is the development of the powerful smartphone System-On-a-Chip (SOC). We track the development of Apple’s A-series SOC which is consistently on the bleeding edge and compare them to their biggest competitor, Qualcomm’s SnapDragon.
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Apple is known as a company that sells high-quality products that are both unique and familiar at the same time. When we think of Apple, we think of iPhones, iPads, Macs, AirPods, and sometimes, the Apple TV. But there’s a product that Apple kinda sells, but it is invisible. You won’t find this product in any of Apple’s marketing or ads or even in the Apple Store, but it’s on everyone’s tip of the tongue.Filed in: apple, ecosystem, macos, ios, ipados,
Apple 2024 Product Roadmap We have a dedicated page to track those announcements and expectations, do read them from time to time. From the looks of it, Apple isn’t going to change much in terms of their playbook, because after all, they make more than a billion dollars a week using that playbook. 2023 was a very eventful year for Apple. From the surprise release of new Macs in January, bringing USB-C to iPhone, and the creation of a new computing paradigm, spatial computing, aka Vision Pro.Filed in: product roadmap, apple, 2024,
The starting price for a M3 Pro MacBook Pro is $1,999. The starting price of the M3 Max MacBook Pro is $2,999. From the outset, you can’t tell a difference if this 14" MacBook Pro has M3 Pro or M3 Max chip. And in some cases, you can’t even tell if it has the base M3 chip but we are not talking about that. What we want to know is if it is worth it to invest an extra $1,000 to get that M3 Max on the MacBook Pro?Filed in: macbook pro, m3 pro, m3 max, comparisons, macos,
During the October “Scary Fast” event, Apple unveiled their latest chip powering the flagship laptop, MacBook Pro. Instead of dripping out new chips every few months, Apple decided to rip the band-aid this time and unveil an entirely new line from the get-go. The biggest change in the MacBook Pro lineup is the M3 has moved its shell from the MacBook Pro with the TouchBar to the newer chassis that was introduced in 2020.Filed in: comparison, macbook pro, m3, m3 pro, worth it,