Did you catch the Apple Special Event that announced the latest innovations surrounding iOS, iPhone, macOS High Sierra, and watchOS? Don’t worry if you missed it – you’ll learn all you need to below thanks to our team quickly working to summarize the event for you below! To provide some contextual insight on what to […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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If you’re in the market to run Windows® on your Mac®, you should consider the award-winning #1 solution for virtualization: Parallels Desktop for Mac. We’ve answered the who, what, when, and why customers have chosen Parallels Desktop as the #1 virtualization option to run Windows on Mac since 2006. The data below comes to you directly […]
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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 […]
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Happy 20th Birthday, Visual Studio! As Microsoft Visual Studio celebrates their 20th year – developers are rejoicing as Visual Studio 2017 is released! Over the past two decades Visual Studio has grown from a J++ and InterDev development environment to a powerhouse suite of productivity. The new release of Visual Studio 2017 brings Visual Basic, Visual […]
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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 […]
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The Parallels Client has been revamped with the introduction of Parallels® Remote Application Server (RAS) v15.5. We have restructured the appearance and user interface of the application while retaining its simplicity. The Parallels Client is available on the App Store for free. Using the new Parallels Client for iOS, you can access your published applications and desktops in a few simple steps. With the launch of RAS v15.5, the Parallels […]
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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 […]
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