Earlier today, Zoom announced that it has rolled out a patched version of its Mac client fixing a serious vulnerability that allowed a website to automatically join an ongoing Zoom video call. Apple, however, has taken things in its own hands and has silently rolled out an update which removes the local Zoom web server from Macs.
The new MacBooks are mostly great (except, of course, the issues with the butterfly keyboard). While you get a lot of power in a sleek case, you tend to miss out on ports. A lot of them. The MacBook comes with one port. The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) features two ports. You have to spend close to $2000 to get a MacBook Pro with 4 USB-C ports.
Handling data migration can be quick and easy, or a relatively long process depending on the individual. Up to this point, Apple has charged to handle that on its own. But now, the company has dropped the fee for folks buying a new Mac or getting a repair.
Apple has made a distinct change to some of the options to upgrade the SSD in some Macs.
Most of the time, AirPods works flawlessly with the iPhone and iPad. It feels like it was designed primarily to work with the iPhone and other Apple devices like MacBooks were an afterthought. Because there’s no quick and easy way to connect or disconnect AirPods with Mac like there is with iPhone. The process is a lot less seamless. And often AirPods will just refuse to speak to Mac. Here’s how you can fix AirPods not connecting to Mac.
There have been rumors for quite some time that Apple is developing ARM-based Macs. And apparently even Intel buys them.
Apple designed the W1 wireless chip to make connecting devices easier within its ecosystem, but there is room to improve.
Apple manufactures its products outside of the United States, much to the chagrin of some. However, back in 2012, Apple did try to change.