The While-Supplies-Last Edition Saturday, March 6, 2021

iMac Pro No Longer Custom Configurable, Available 'While Supplies Last', by Eric Slivka, MacRumors

Apple appears to be on the verge of discontinuing the iMac Pro, with the store page for the high-end all-in-one Mac including a “While supplies last” tagline and only the base model with no custom configurations available for purchase.

Apple Gave Us An Exclusive Look Inside Its Next-Gen Fitness+ Studio, by Ben Court, Men's Health

“We want these workouts to be magical. We’re creating a piece of art, a piece of inspiration, a piece of motivation,” says Blahnik. “Many people might not think about the importance of lighting a cycling class differently than a yoga class, but we think it makes a difference.” Blahnik’s worked in fitness for more than 30 years. He developed fitness devices and apps at Nike in the mid-2000s, and he’s also a rowing instructor. “Fitness+ creates incredible workout experiences that are also beautiful.”


Apple Releases Updates For Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Motion, And Compressor For Mac, by Michael Potuck, 9to5Mac

Apple has quietly released the latest versions of its video and motion effects software. Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Motion, and Compressor all have new versions available for Mac users with some minor new features along with stability and performance improvements.

Kill Two Birds With One Free App, by Bob Levitus, Houston Chronicle

In addition to being a full-featured email client, Twobird also lets you manage reminders, calendar events, and notes in its single uncluttered window. It also includes useful options you won’t find in Apple Mail including my favorite—a “snooze” button that lets you postpone any email message (or reminder or event) for any number of hours, days or weeks.

Nikon Releases Free NX Studio Photo Management & Editing App For Mac Users, by Andrew O'Hara, AppleInsider

Nikon's NX Studio is a free app that combines post-shooting management as well as editing software for an all-in-one pro solution — and it is now available for Mac and PC.


The iPad Pro Doesn't Need An M1 Processor... Or Does It?, by Michael Simon, Macworld

An M1-like processor in the iPad would check off the most important box and give Apple a platform to create a machine that doesn't need to cut corners or compromise.

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I hope this will be the last time Apple is selling a black product at a higher price than a non-black-but-otherwise-the-same product: the iMac Pro's keyboard and mouse.


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