Life is too short to argue over operating systems. Does it really matter what you use as long as you are happy with it?
After a brief tinker with Linux again, I am back using macOS – and I couldn’t be happier.
High Sierra has been out for a while, but why haven’t I upgraded to it?
Syncing music from a Mac to a Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile is a lot easier than you might think.
The MacBook range, first introduced in 2006, were a superb line of portable Macs. Keen Low End Mac reader Matt Risi recalls his experience and love of his Unibody 2008 MacBook and how it is still his daily driver.
If you want to create a Linux USB installer on your Mac, then check out Etcher.
Use your smartphone to organise your shopping. Take a look at Listonic.
Tiny bluetooth earpieces are becoming very popular. I take a look at the GoNovate G8 earbud.
It’s been a long time coming, but I have left the iPhone and iOS world – making the switch to Android.
Love him or hate him, Steve Jobs will always be Apple. A visionary? A marketing genius? A control freak? What will happen to Apple in the future without him?
A decade of iOS. I look at my favourite features.
If your device could run iOS 8, then it could also run iOS 9. But was it any different to its predecessor?
Was iOS 8 a big update? Or was it just a refined iOS 7?
One of the most dividing releases, iOS 7 came with an entire visual overhaul.
2012 saw Apple release iOS 6, which promised 200 new features. But did it really?
Portable speakers are the latest technology trend. I take a look at the Platinum, mini bluetooth speaker from Jam.
One of the biggest releases in iOS history, iOS 4 brought many new features, including FaceTime.
Now well established, Apple rolled out its third incarnation of its mobile operating system in 2009.
2008 saw Apple cement itself further in the mobile market with a new iPhone model and a new version of its mobile operating system. Hello, iPhone OS 2.
Marking ten years of the release of the original iPhone, Low End Mac are taking a look at the progression of the mobile operating system from Apple.
Apple’s iconic phone range is now ten years old. I look back at its launch, its impact, and its legacy.
Budget gadgets can be great. I take a look at the portable pound power bank.
I once used decade old Apple gear, slowly creeping to more modern kit. But I may again be heading toward the low end camp.
Shopping lists no longer have to be handwritten. Your smartphone can take over this role too.
News of Pebble being taken over by Fitbit had been rumoured, but now it’s official – what does that mean for loyal users?
Keeping in contact with people has never been so instant, but with so many services available, it can be hard to remember who uses what method.
Is the Kickstarter smart watch manufacturer about to be taken over and shut down?