This is the first installment of the Weekly Wallpapers For Your Mac, where each week I present a batch of wallpapers that have been personally curated by me. This week, we’re focusing on colorful and vibrant images.Continue reading Weekly Wallpapers for your Mac 001: Colourful and Vibrant
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With creatives and large media companies starting to add the new Mac Pro into their workflow, many creatives are now facing issues with their new desktops, but it has nothing to do with Apple.Continue reading Creators are facing huge problems with Mac Pro, and it has nothing to do with Apple
With rumors swirling around in recent years that Apple is planning on moving away from Intel in favor of custom ARM silicon for Mac, I believe that Apple should recognize the demand for a cheaper MacBook that’s intended for both the education market and for those who need a well-designed machine for simple tasks.Continue reading Opinion: Apple should make a cheaper ARM-based MacBook
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Nowadays, Apple has required all Mac users running macOS 10.10 Yosemite and earlier to update to latest macOS versions or update their third-party browsers in order to check out the Apple Online Store. Users will get an error message every time they attempt to visit the Apple Online Store website on older macOS versions. Continue reading Apple is no longer allowing users running OS X Yosemite or earlier to access their online store
Cheesegrater Mac Pro fans rejoice! Along with the announcement of macOS Catalina, and the Apple Pro Display XDR at WWDC 2019, Apple took the wraps off the highly-anticipated modular Mac Pro. Featuring a design that closely resembles the older Mac Pro, the all-new model is modular and more powerful. Here’s everything you need to know about the all-new, modular, Mac Pro.
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Apple has recently notified macOS Mojave users that the Back to My Mac feature is discontinuing this July. They warned people about the same thing previously that it might go away, but this time they’ll absolutely take it away on all macOS versions including Mojave. Continue reading Back to My Mac Discontinuing this July
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A DJ named White Panda complained that his MacBook Pro battery exploded during normal use. He said that the explosion caused his MacBook Pro to catch on fire, set the smoke detectors off and some of his property damaged. An hour after the situation started, he took it to the Apple Store to have it checked out by an Apple Genius. Continue reading DJ White Panda’s Macbook Pro 2015 Explodes In Normal Usage
9to5Mac received screenshots of the leaked macOS 10.15 Music and TV apps, a day after they shared the iOS 13 screenshots. These apps consist of the design language similar to the iTunes app and the comeback of colorful sidebar icons. They also present new features that will be released in next week’s WWDC. Continue reading macOS 10.15 Music and TV Apps Leaked with New Features
Earlier this week, Apple updated its MacBook Pro line to feature new 8th and 9th generation Intel Core processors. Among these updates, Apple now offers an 8-core processor in the 15-inch MacBook Pro. Today, the first Geekbench scores of the 8-core model have surfaced. Here’s everything you need to know.
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According to sources close to the project, Apple is planning on expanding Apple Watch authentication beyond just unlocking your Mac in macOS 10.15. Here’s everything we know so far.