iMac Pro promises ‘all new speakers’, not so the ‘non-pro’ models — In the webpage touting the upcoming iMac Pro, Apple says it has “all new speakers” and adds: “iMac Pro is as epic to your ears as it is to your eyes. Its enhanced stereo speakers deliver broad frequency response, rich bass, and more volume. So you’ll be able to hear that crashing cymbal, multilayered effect, or sample-based sound, all with remarkable fidelity.”
Video shows how to install RAM on a 27-inch iMac — Dennis Sellers posted a video for you, since it’s possible to get it considerably cheaper than what Apple charges.
The Complete Swift 3 Hacking Bundle: US$35 — Mac Observer has a deal on the The Complete Swift 3 Hacking Bundle, 64 hours of training videos with hundreds of lectures. It’s designed to teach you Swift 3 for iOS, macOS, and watchOS, and you can get it through MO for US$35.
Foxconn CEO says Apple is on the Toshiba Memory Business bidding team — Foxconn CEO Terry Gau says Apple is definitely part of the group bidding on Toshiba’s memory chip business, and Amazon is considering joining the coalition, too. Google, Microsoft, and Cisco are also looking at throwing their hats – or pocketbooks – into the ring, too.
Apple hires Stanford digital health expert Dr Sumbul Desai — Desai is the latest hire for Apple’s digital health team. She’s the executive director for Stanford Medicine’s center for digital health, manages an Apple Watch-based project to promote health, and now will have a senior role on Apple’s health team.
Frustrated by winmail.dat files? Letter Opener saves the day! Anyone who has owned a Mac has run into them – those mysterious winmail.dat files. You try double-clicking on those files and nothing happens, leaving you to wonder what someone from the world of Windows was trying to send you. Fortunately, there is a solution available in the form of Letter Opener for macOS, macOS Mail and iOS (free trial for macOS and iOS with in-app premium purchases).
Apple prepares to open first Taiwan store in iconic Taipei 101 — Apple’s first store in Taiwan is coming soon to the ground floor of Taipei 101, one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers, the company announced over the weekend.