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Apple Estimated To Have Shipped 5.4 Million Macs in Q4, 2016 Despite Market Slowdown

Apple Estimated To Have Shipped 5.4 Million Macs in Q4, 2016 Despite Market Slowdown

As per Gartner, Mac sales remained steady in Q4, 2016 despite PC sales slowing down. The company estimates that Apple shipped 5.4 million units of Macs worldwide, up by a mere 0.1 million from the same time in 2015.

How to Dub Videos in iMovie

How to Dub Videos in iMovie

Dubbing is the process of extracting the audio from a video clip, getting rid of that audio, and subbing in your own. It works in a variety of ways. Some could just use dubbing to swap out background music or sounds for new audio. Many viral videos on YouTube use dubbing to overlay a new voice track over existing videos like commercials. Some music artists use dubbing in a different way to replace certain parts of a live performance with better or closer to pitch-perfect versions.

Apple’s Modest Refresh to iMac in 2017 Will Include Faster AMD GPUs and USB-C Ports

Apple’s Modest Refresh to iMac in 2017 Will Include Faster AMD GPUs and USB-C Ports

If you were hoping for Apple to provide a significant update to its desktop Mac lineup in 2017, prepare to be disappointed. Mark Gurman in his latest report for Bloomberg notes that Apple is preparing for modest updates to the iMac in 2017.

Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Apple Has ‘Great Desktops’ in Its Roadmap

Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Apple Has ‘Great Desktops’ in Its Roadmap

Given that how slow Apple is on refreshing its desktop Mac lineup, it is widely considered by many that the company has given up on the lineup completely. However, CEO Tim Cook has reassured the company’s employees that Apple still remains committed to desktop Macs.

How to Make Your Own Greeting Cards Using Photos on Mac

How to Make Your Own Greeting Cards Using Photos on Mac

’Tis the season for sending and receiving memorable family photos and greeting cards. Most people have to go to the store to order their prints or use some complicated online Flash designer. Mac users (and at one point iOS users) on the other hand have a fantastic custom greeting card designer built right in.

The Top Holiday Gift Ideas and Gift Guide for Mac Lovers

The Top Holiday Gift Ideas and Gift Guide for Mac Lovers

It’s the holiday season and you’re bound to know someone who is a longtime Mac fanatic. That’s why it’s a good idea to read through this year’s iPhoneHacks Mac holiday gift guide. These are our top picks for the best Mac, MacBook cases, and accessories. They should make great gifts this year (some are even stocking stuffers) and there is something for every budget.

Artist Turns Old Apple Computers Into Plant Pots

Artist Turns Old Apple Computers Into Plant Pots

Apple has made it obvious that one of its major initiatives is environmental work, so perhaps it makes sense to see an artist turning old Apple products into potted plants.

All the USB-C Dongles You’ll Need to Connect Your Accessories to the new MacBook Pro

All the USB-C Dongles You’ll Need to Connect Your Accessories to the new MacBook Pro

With the new Late 2016 MacBook Pros with USB-C ports, we’re officially in the Apple Transition Phase. The new MacBooks are thinner and lighter. And USB-C is a versatile port. The future where all of our accessories use USB-C is going to be great. But we’re not there yet. To make it through this tough year or two, through the transition period, we’ll need the help of the unsung heroes – dongles and cables (or as Apple calls them – adaptors).

$5 Poison Tap Can Hack into Your Password Protected Mac

$5 Poison Tap Can Hack into Your Password Protected Mac

A developer has created a $5 device powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero called Poison Tap that can hack into Macs which are password protected. Besides having physical access to the computer in question, the only other pre-requisite of the device is that a web browser must already be running on it.

13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Teardown Reveals Fixed SSD, Speaker Grilles Are Purely Cosmetic

13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar Teardown Reveals Fixed SSD, Speaker Grilles Are Purely Cosmetic

Apple’s new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is soon hitting store shelves, and iFixit has already gotten its hands on the 13-inch model for a customary teardown. The teardown reveals some interesting tidbits, like a fixed SSD and speaker grilles that are purely cosmetic.