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Friday June 10, 2022. 10:00 AM
App bundles are like Christmas. They’re a mountain of treasures stacked up all for you that you whip open in a frenzy of activity. Then you spend the rest of the following day, week, or month inspecting each to uncover all of its hidden joys.  With the Complete Utility Pro...
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The M1 is a great chip. Essentially an “X” variant of the A14 chip, it takes the iPhone and iPad processor and doubles the high-performance CPU cores, GPU cores, and memory bandwidth. The M1 chip is so good it’s equally amazing for tablets and thin-and-light laptops as it is...
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Thursday June 9, 2022. 11:22 PM
Apple on Thursday released the macOS Big Sur 11.6.7 update. According to the release notes, the update “fixes an issue where Mail and apps, such as Microsoft Outlook, cannot open attachments if the app required to open the file is already running.” To download the update,...
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Even since the introduction of the Taptic Engine in the iPhone 7, Apple has been all-in on excellent haptics. It’s surprising, then, that it has taken so long for the iPhone’s keyboard to have haptic feedback. With iOS 16, Apple finally catches up to Android and many...
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The M2 MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro aren’t even shipping yet but Apple is reportedly already working on the next generation of laptops. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple has new additions to the MacBook lineup in the works for next year. Gurman reports that...
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It’s always exciting when Apple announces the latest version of iOS or macOS. Not only are there a bunch of new features to try, but it’s a good way to get an old device running like new again by wiping it down and reinstalling it with the latest OS. But this year, fewer...
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If 12.9 inches isn’t enough of a workspace for your iPad, an even bigger model may be on the way. According to Ross Young of DSSC, a giant 14.1-inch iPad Pro is currently in development and could launch as early as next year. Citing supply-chain sources, Young describes the...
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The Mac mini is a great choice because it’s the cheapest Mac you can get and yet it’s also one of the more powerful Macs. If you want a new Mac mini you don’t even have to pay full price – we’ve scoured the web for the best cut-price deals for a Mac mini so you can save money...
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Apple giveth, and Apple taketh away. The company announced a raft of exciting new software features at its WWDC keynote, but promptly followed this up with a startlingly long list of devices that wouldn’t be able to get them. And now we learn that the intriguing new updates...
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The M1 is a great chip. Essentially an “X” variant of the A14 chip, it takes the iPhone and iPad processor and doubles the high-performance CPU cores, GPU cores, and memory bandwidth. The M1 chip is so good it’s equally amazing for tablets and thin-and-light laptops as it is...
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It pains me to admit this, but I’ve covered Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference for more than a quarter of a century. I’ve seen it go from a sleepy conference in San Jose to an electrically charged event in San Francisco to a can’t-get-a-ticket event back in San Jose....
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Apple spent about 18 minutes of the WWDC keynote talking about the major new features in macOS 13 Ventura–and a lot was crammed into that short segment. But a lot was left out too. That means there are several new features coming that weren’t mentioned but that you’ll find...
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Cybercriminals can penetrate 93 percent of company networks. Software supply chain attacks hit three out of five companies last year. And even securing your home workspace in the age of remote working is no picnic either. From corporations to individuals, everybody needs more...
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Apple opened a treasure trove of new features and products at its WWDC keynote. What looks impressive? What is downright disappointing? We’ll cover iOS and iPadOS 16, the new Mac stuff, CarPlay, Apple Watch and more in this episode of the Macworld Podcast.  This is episode...
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Wednesday June 8, 2022. 06:42 PM
The Apple Watch Series 7 is hands-down the best smartwatch you can buy and today’s it’s kind of a bargain too. Amazon is selling the 41mm Apple Watch Series 7 in the new dark green color for $300, a savings of $99, and the best price we’ve ever seen. The latest generation of...
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The tech world was watching as Apple unveiled and demonstrated iOS 16, the upcoming iPhone software update, at WWDC this week. And it lived up to the pre-event hype with a raft of excellent new features, from radically improved Lock Screen customization to long-awaited...
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Multitasking and working with several apps and files at once has become routine on the Mac, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement. Since Apple is always working on ways to make Mac navigation more efficient, macOS Ventura introduces Stage Manager, which...
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The WWDC keynote was nearly two hours packed with exciting announcements. Awesome new features for iPhone, iPad, Mac, new Mac hardware, and even a very early sneak peek at next-generation CarPlay. Despite the marathon keynote presentation that brought dozens of new...
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Spreadsheets are not for the faint of heart. Oh, they may look innocent enough with all those harmless little boxes. But simplicity is just a ruse. Those boxes ache to be filled, and if you aren’t trained in exactly how to properly feed information into a spreadsheet, rest...
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If you are a developer, or just curious about what the next version of macOS will be like to use, you can install the beta of the upcoming version on your Mac. But what do you do when you no longer want to run the beta? If the beta is causing havoc with your Mac, you are fed ...
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