The two popular market research firms, Gartner and IDC, have released their worldwide PC shipment figures. And the reports from both the agencies show that Apple has lost a significant chunk of market share in the segment.
Fancy some more ports for your MacBook? Well, you can buy dongles to add a few additional ports, but nothing gets better than good old docks. And a new dock from Plugable adds a whopping fourteen ports to any Thunderbolt 3-equipped Mac.
At its CES 2020 keynote, Intel confirmed the existence of Thunderbolt 4 – a successor to the hugely popular Thunderbolt 3 connectivity bridge. Macs have always been on the frontline to use Thunderbolt ports, the future notebooks from Apple may be among the first to offer Thunderbolt 4 ports.
Along with the iOS 13.3.1 and iPadOS 13.3.1, Apple has started rolling out the beta versions of tvOS 13.3.1 and macOS Catalina 10.15.3 to developers.
Luna Display is known for offering a solution that helps you convert the iPad into a second display. Now the company has announced a new offering that will let you use any Mac as a secondary display. In other words, you can use two Macs with one as a primary device and the other one as a secondary monitor.
Yet another customer has filed a lawsuit against Apple. The filing to the New York Supreme Court mentions that Yoland Oyiya suffered burn injuries on her leg due to MacBook. As per the filing, the victim suffered “serious and permanent personal injuries, including but not limited to a skin burn on her left leg.” The victim claims that MacBook and its charger were at fault.
Apple has released the sixth beta of macOS Catalina for developers. As expected the seventh beta of macOS Catalina focusses on bug fixes and stability improvements. It is worth noting that macOS Catalina is still in sixth developer beta while the iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and watchOS 6 have already got seventh developer beta.
Recently a report detailed that Apple will be bidding adieu to butterfly keyboard mechanism on its MacBook and instead opt for Scissor Switch keyboard. Supply chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has published a new report that sheds more light on the future of Apple keyboards.
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.