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Apple Warns MacBook Users against Using Camera Privacy Cover

Apple Warns MacBook Users against Using Camera Privacy Cover

It is not uncommon for spyware to use built-in cameras and spy on users. Mac users tried to fix this by applying a sticker or by taping the front camera lens. Accessory makers soon came up with a slide and hide webcam sticker. Now Apple has warned users not to cover the camera as it might lead to display damage over time.

You Can Now Use Your GoPro as a Webcam on Mac, Here’s How

You Can Now Use Your GoPro as a Webcam on Mac, Here’s How

Most of the time, the inbuilt webcam in Mac falls short of expectations. The footage is grainy and lacks clarity. Due to the shortcoming, some of us might opt for better webcam and plug it on an accessory. Well, if you happen to own a GoPro Hero8, then your webcam woes on Mac will end right away. GoPro’s updated Webcam desktop utility now lets you add GoPro Hero8 as a 1080p wide-angle webcam for Mac.

Apple’s ARM-Based Macs Won’t Support Boot Camp for Installing Windows

Apple’s ARM-Based Macs Won’t Support Boot Camp for Installing Windows

During the WWDC 2020 special keynote, Apple detailed its plan to move its Mac lineup from Intel processors to its own, in-house ARM-based processors. While performance was the aspect that Apple talked about the most during the keynote, many Mac users were asking whether this move would jeopardize Boot Camp, a utility that lets you install Windows on Macs.

Apple to Add All Existing and New iOS and iPadOS Apps to ARM Macs by Default

Apple to Add All Existing and New iOS and iPadOS Apps to ARM Macs by Default

During WWDC 2020, Apple unveiled its plan to move from Intel processors to ARM-based processors. The company also announced that it will launch the first ARM-based Mac as soon as the end of this year and that all iOS and iPadOS apps will be compatible with ARM Macs.

Tim Cook: First Mac with Apple Silicon Chip will Start Shipping by end of 2020

Tim Cook: First Mac with Apple Silicon Chip will Start Shipping by end of 2020

In line with earlier reports, Apple has finally announced a transition to its own Apple Silicon for Mac. At the WWDC, Tim Cook said that Apple will start shipping its first Mac with Apple Silicon by the end of this year. He also explained, the transition to Apple Silicon will be spread across two years.

Several MacBook Pro and MacBook Air Users Facing Issue with USB 2.0 Accessories

Several MacBook Pro and MacBook Air Users Facing Issue with USB 2.0 Accessories

Some of the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air users are reportedly facing problems with USB 2.0 accessories connected via adapters and hubs. The users have taken to Reddit and Apple Support forums to highlight the problem.

Apple’s First ARM-Based Mac Might be a New 12-inch MacBook

Apple’s First ARM-Based Mac Might be a New 12-inch MacBook

It is no secret that Apple is slowly switching to the ARM processor for future Mac lineups. It is only a matter of time before we get to see Arm-based Mac. The switch to ARM is expected to be accompanied by certain changes in how programs like Bootcamp or any other apps work. A leakster named Fudge has detailed his thoughts on all changes that will arrive with ARM-based Mac and how certain features might work differently.

Report: Apple to Launch New Mac Trade-in Program at its Retail Stores

Report: Apple to Launch New Mac Trade-in Program at its Retail Stores

Apple is expected to launch a trade-in program for Mac at retail stores in the U.S. and Canada. Customers will be able to trade-in their Mac’s at the retail store and get credit for a new purchase.

Some iPhones, iPads, Macs Vulnerable to Attacks via Bluetooth

Some iPhones, iPads, Macs Vulnerable to Attacks via Bluetooth

Apple is held in high regard when it comes to user data privacy and security. However, even Apple products aren’t foolproof and we get to see some vulnerabilities from time to time. A new report states that some iPad, iPhone, and Mac models are vulnerable to short-range attacks via Bluetooth.

Major Thunderbolt Security Exploit ‘Thunderpsy’ Allows Hacker to Steal Data from Encrypted Drive, Partially Affects macOS

Major Thunderbolt Security Exploit ‘Thunderpsy’ Allows Hacker to Steal Data from Encrypted Drive, Partially Affects macOS

A major security flaw has been discovered in Thunderbolt that affects all PCs featuring the port. This includes Windows, Linux, and even Macs. The flaw allows a hacker to access data on a machine that is locked and even if its drive is encrypted.