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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.

New MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar Escape Key is Bigger Than it Looks

New MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar Escape Key is Bigger Than it Looks

A lot of people were upset with Apple for removing the physical escape key from the new MacBook Pro to make room for its fancy Touch Bar and Touch ID, but the company has taken some steps to ensure the virtual ESC key is easy to hit for touch typists.

Apple Placing ‘Aggressive’ Orders for New MacBook Pro to Meet High Demand

Apple Placing ‘Aggressive’ Orders for New MacBook Pro to Meet High Demand

Apple is reportedly placing “aggressive” orders for its new MacBook Pro to meet high demand from consumers. It’s thought strong shipments will last until the end of 2016, with Apple optimistic about sales during the fourth quarter.

How to Charge Your iPhone Using the New MacBook Pro

How to Charge Your iPhone Using the New MacBook Pro

The iPhone 7 comes with a USB-A to Lightning cable in the box. The new MacBook Pros only have a USB-C port. There’s no way Apple is switching out the Lightning port in the iPhone to USB-C any time soon (iOS is a closed, secure platform and Lightning is a key to keeping it that way). Neither are we going to see a Lightning connector on the MacBook any time soon (not nearly as versatile as the USB-C port). So that raises the question, how do you charge your iPhone with the new MacBook Pros.

YouTuber Marques Brownlee Talks to Craig Federighi About the New MacBook Pro

YouTuber Marques Brownlee Talks to Craig Federighi About the New MacBook Pro

YouTuber Marques Brownlee got a chance to speak to Apple software chief Craig Federighi following the company’s “Hello again” keynote on Thursday. Federighi explained what made the new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar possible this year, hopes for Touch ID on Mac, and more.

Phil Schiller on MacBook Pro’s High Price Tag: ‘We Design for the Experience’

Phil Schiller on MacBook Pro’s High Price Tag: ‘We Design for the Experience’

Apple chief Phil Schiller has defended the MacBook Pro’s high price tag following its unveiling on Thursday. Schiller, who featured in an interview for CNET alongside Jony Ive and Craig Federighi, said Apple designs “for the experience.”

Apple to Introduce E Ink Keyboards With 2018 MacBooks

Apple to Introduce E Ink Keyboards With 2018 MacBooks

Apple has reportedly teamed up with an Australian startup to bring E Ink keyboards to its 2018 MacBook lineup. The new keyboards will have the ability to display any alphabet, plus special characters and emoji, according to sources familiar with the plans.