Apple’s top-of-the-line Mac can be ordered now.
The “Cheese Grater” is not cheap!
Updated for the first time in six-years.
Several holes for cooling and a handle on top.
A 28-core Intel, one-point-five terabytes of system memory. All for just six-thousand-dollars. That’s just for the computer! Yikes a hootie!
You can also buy the 32-inch 6-K retina LCD display for 5-thousand.
There’s a one-thousand-dollar monitor stand.
No ship date announced.
Apple may ditch the Lightning charging cable sometime in 20-21.
You’d need a wireless charging dock then.
Apple has dumped a lot of stuff. The floppy disk in 98 to the most recent USB port and head phone jack.
Heads up! Apple may release five new phones next year.
If you want to gift a phone this year, consider the Escobar Fold 1. Pablo Escobar’s brother is behind this.
The manufacturer claims the phone can only be destroyed by fire or gunfire, I suppose.
Roberto Escobar is half-blind and half-deaf from a letter bomb exploding in his face when he was in prison, but he’s always wanted to become a phone manufacturer.
The Escobar Fold 1 starts at 349-dollars. And no, you can’t talk to Pablo.
From Expensive computer to interesting phone, Best Buy’s Doorbusters ends Friday.
You can sign up for reminder alerts at Best Buy-dot-com.
Safe shopping tip, be alert for the Secret Sister gift exchange showing online on Facebook.
You give some personal information and agree to buy a ten-dollar gift to mail. You’re promised 36-plus gifts in return. You’ve been scammed. Secret Sister puts you at risk of cybersecurity breaches and identity theft.
And don’t fall for flashy social media ads from companies you’ve never heard of. Research to see if these companies are legit.
And remember, always pay with a credit card and read the fine print.