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Steve Sande

Steve Sande
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Steve is the publisher of Apple World Today, a website providing news, reviews and how-tos for the world of Apple, as well as an author on The Rocket Yard. He's an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist.
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LAMP & WordPress on a Reused, Recycled Mac mini Server

Our trusty Mac mini Linux server Although it's tempting to look at one of the new Apple Silicon Macs for various purposes, older Macs still have a lot of life left in them. In previous articles, I've set up a...

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[REVIEW] HomePod mini: Functionality to the Max

This last week has been like Christmas for me — a new iPhone 12 Pro Max, an M1-powered MacBook Air, and a HomePod mini. While I've owned iPhones and MacBooks before, the HomePod mini is an entirely new Apple product for me.

M1 MacBook Air: Benchmarks and Hands-On Review

Apple's MacBook Air has always taken the back seat to the much more powerful MacBook Pro, but a look at the newest MBA powered by Apple's M1 System-on-Chip shows that the thin and light notebook can now claim the title of "speed demon" as well.

Envoy Pro Elektron: How to Use an External SSD With an iPad Pro

The OWC Envoy Pro Elektron is an amazing feat of storage engineering. In a tiny aluminum enclosure measuring 2 x 3 x 0.5 inches (5.1 x 7.6 x 1.3 cm), this drive currently comes in 240GB, 480GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities. Sure, it's the perfect companion for your MacBook Pro, but it's also a handy accessory for your iPad Pro. Here's how it works.

One More Thing… A Closer Look at the November 2020 Apple Event

As a person who has used Macs since December of 1984, I found the "One more thing" event to be one of the most exciting Mac events since the original Mac introduced itself to the world on January 24, 1984. Let's take a look at the announcements made on November 10, 2020, and what they mean to Mac users.

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