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Apple provides fix for security update that breaks Ethernet on some Macs

Apple provides fix for security update that breaks Ethernet on some Macs

A security update rolled out to Mac users last week has broken connectivity on some iMac and MacBook Pro models. Users began reporting the issue online before Apple published a support document to confirm it and offer a solution.

Microsoft points out Mac’s missing features in new Windows 10 ads

Microsoft points out Mac’s missing features in new Windows 10 ads

 

Microsoft has rolled out a series of new Windows 10 ads that promote its new operating system by highlighting all the advantages PCs have over Macs. Those include things like Windows Hello, which lets you login by looking at your webcam, and touchscreens.

How to fix ‘startup disk is almost full’ warning on your Mac

How to fix ‘startup disk is almost full’ warning on your Mac

We all love our Macs but they tend towards the lower end in terms of default storage space, so many users will inevitably come across the dreaded “startup disk is almost full” message at some point. While you may be able to temporarily fix this issue by deleting any large unused files clogging up your storage drive, persisting with low storage space can impact the startup speed and performance of your computer.

Apple will let you import Evernote data into the Notes app in future OS X update

Apple will let you import Evernote data into the Notes app in future OS X update

Apple is going to allow users to import Evernote data into the Notes app in a future OS X update, the company has confirmed. The feature will likely make its way into iOS, too — and it could have a big impact on Evernote’s user base.

‘Huge’ number of Mac apps vulnerable to hijacking due to vulnerability in a popular third-party framework

‘Huge’ number of Mac apps vulnerable to hijacking due to vulnerability in a popular third-party framework

A third-party framework, Sparkle, used by many popular Mac apps to deliver automatic updates has made them vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks that can be used to install malicious code on your Mac.

Apple launches Repair Extension Program for Late 2013 Mac Pro for video issues

Apple launches Repair Extension Program for Late 2013 Mac Pro for video issues

As per an internal document received by MacRumors, Apple has started a Repair Extension program for the late 2013 Mac Pro to fix the video issues that plagued some of its variants.

Apple’s Back to School promotion launches in Australia and New Zealand with Beats Solo2 promotion

Apple’s Back to School promotion launches in Australia and New Zealand with Beats Solo2 promotion

On a yearly basis, Apple launches a limited-time promotion specifically built for students going back to school.

How to get iOS 9.3’s Night Shift mode on your Mac right now

How to get iOS 9.3’s Night Shift mode on your Mac right now

Watching movies or reading articles on the laptop is a common before bedtime ritual for many of us out there. But reading on a bright screen before bedtime is not the best for your health or sleep patterns. That why the iPhone jailbreak app f.lux was so popular among the jailbreak community. 

Apple reports Q1 2016 earnings with 74.7m iPhones, 16.1m iPads, 5.3m Macs and $75.9 billion in revenue

Apple reports Q1 2016 earnings with 74.7m iPhones, 16.1m iPads, 5.3m Macs and $75.9 billion in revenue

As is par for the course, another set of months has passed, and now it’s time for another quarterly earnings report from Apple, the house that built the iPhone.

NVIDIA blames Apple for Mac bug that exposes browsing activities in Incognito mode

NVIDIA blames Apple for Mac bug that exposes browsing activities in Incognito mode

NVIDIA has blamed Apple for an issue that can cause your private Mac activities to become exposed to other people who use your machine. It was initially thought that NVIDIA’s GPUs were the problem, but the chip maker says OS X’s memory management is the real culprit.