My sincerest congratulations to the Apple® dev teams for creating iOS 11, because I am SO excited to show our audience some of our favorite features so far. As a cautionary warning: my hands-on review is specifically on the developer preview of iOS 11—not the public release that will be available this upcoming autumn. While […]
Apple’s commitment to the developer community has exponentially grown. Every year, Apple® hosts the Worldwide Developers Conference to bring together 16 million developers to change the world. Of course, not all 16 million developers can physically attend the event in San Jose; only about 5,300 can. But Apple works hard to make the videos available […]
Consumers and professionals alike are wondering about the latest rumors surrounding new technologies from both Apple® and Microsoft®. At Parallels, we are consistently curious about the decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone®, iPod®, iPad®, and Mac® platforms. We make every effort to stay informed and always prioritize fact over fiction. In that spirit, I’ll […]
We had a great time at ShowStoppers press event Mobile World Congress (MWC) at the University of Barcelona yesterday, on February 26, announcing to different journalists that Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) is now available at Microsoft Azure Marketplace. Parallels RAS on Azure was demonstrated at the event including hands-on demos of how simple it is to use […]
Parallels Desktop 12 Update 1 was released a few weeks ago. You can read about all the changes in this update here. In this blog post, I will discuss in some detail only one of the Update 1 features: even greater support for Microsoft Ink. As I wrote about in an earlier blog post, Ink […]
Remember when the iPhone was brand new and the biggest criticism competitors hurled at Apple was that it was too hard to personalize? Boy, did that one backfire. As the iPhone (and soon after, iPad) gained in popularity, countless stores, shops, and independent artists started producing endless accessories for your new digital BFF. With that […]
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Parallels received its first iPad Pro the other day, and I was able to use it for a few days. Man that screen is big! The first thing I did was to install Parallels Access (version 3.0.2) from the iTunes App Store, and check out how well it works. I tested Mac apps, Windows apps, the […]
I was handed an iPad Mini 3 a month ago when I started working at Parallels, and I’ll admit that I looked at it with some skepticism for a week before it made its way into my regular tech rotation. It was only a few days later that I wanted to carve my initials in […]
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Recently, we introduced our (always growing) list of resources for Mac owners. We decided to compile a similar list for those of you who have recently taken the plunge and bought your first iPhone or iPad. Check it out and help us grow the list—we’d love to hear about some of your preferred apps! General Info […]
So much happened in 2007—writers went on strike, the Colts won the Super Bowl, and sadly, Harry Potter ended forever (not counting movies or spin-offs). Oh, and of course, Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone. Since then, much has changed. The iPhone and iPad have dominated the mobile market, and the next up-and-comer is likely […]