Late last year, Microsoft announced that it would be rebuilding its Edge web browser based on the Chromium rendering engine. The same one that Google uses for Chrome. At the same time, Microsoft announced Edge would mark the company’s (triumphant) return to an official web browser for Apple’s desktop operating system.
It has been several months since Microsoft first announced that it was rebuilding its Edge web browser. And, at the same time, the company announced it would be bringing the app to macOS. While the launch date is still a ways away, the company is now teasing the incoming feature.
WWDC is less than a month away. You know what that means. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman’s leak of every prominent feature we’re going to see at the keynote. We’ve already outlined the biggest iOS 13 and watchOS 6 leaks in our previous post. Now let’s break down the leaks specific to the next macOS release.
A report from earlier this month revealed that Apple is going to bring Screen Time to Mac. The feature first debuted as a part of iOS 12 last year to help users keep a tab on their app and smartphone usage. With the next release of macOS still a couple of months away from its official announcement, creator Jacob Grozian has gone ahead and imagined how Screen Time on Mac would look like.
macOS 10.15 is going to be jam-packed with features, if the rumor mill is any indicator. The latest report suggests that several different iOS features are heading to the desktop operating system this year.
AirPods work best with the iPhone and iPad. The built-in chip automatically connects with an iPhone or iPad device when you remove the AirPods from the case and put them in your ears. But underneath all of Apple’s secret sauce, lies a layer of standard Bluetooth technology. So as long as your MacBook or PC supports Bluetooth 4.0 and higher, you should be able to use your AirPods with your computer. Here’s how to connect your AirPods to your MacBook or PC.
Apple has a knack for annoying users until they upgrade to the latest operating system. And they’ve kicked things up a notch recently. Banner notifications for upgrading to High Sierra and Mojave don’t even have a dismiss button! You have to click on the Details button to open the App Store. Needless to say, this gets frustrating very quickly. If you’re in no mood to upgrade to the latest macOS release any time soon, follow the guide below to remove macOS upgrade banner notifications for good!
While Apple has plenty of individuals working on finding flaws and other issues in its software, oftentimes it’s a third-party entity that discovers them.
In June, it will be three years since Apple announced Siri for macOS. And I realized recently that I’ve used the digital assistant on my laptop maybe three times in total since then.