macOS has evolved a lot in the recent past. Mac OS X was launched in 2001, and since then, the operating system has transformed drastically. Apple recently announced macOS Big Sur, and the same will be available for the public later this year. Now a new timelapse video takes us through all the Mac software updates starting from Mac OS X to macOS Catalina.
Apple will be announcing a partnership with Verizon that will see it offer new iPad buyers in the United States free subscription to Apple News+ for six months. The offer will only be available to new Apple News+ subscribers and is not for existing or former users.
Apple released the second beta of iOS 14 along with the first public beta to developers and advanced users in the first week of July. The second beta packed plenty of improvements and bug fixes, but since we are still talking about a beta here, it still has its own share of bugs and issues. If you are running an iOS 14 beta build and wondering when Apple will release the third beta of the OS will drop, read below.
Apple killed iTunes with the release of macOS Catalina last year but kept the Windows app around for iPhone users. Now, it looks like the company could soon be releasing a new app for Windows 10 on the Microsoft Store.
Snapchat is looking to capitalize on the possible ban on TikTok in the United States with a new navigation gesture for content discovery that’s very similar to the latter. The company is testing a “new experience” that will allow users to navigate through the public content in the Discover tab of the app by swiping vertically.
Apple sources OLED display panels for its flagship smartphones and smartwatches from Samsung. Although the company has been trying to diversify its supply from multiple partners, Samsung has stayed as the most significant OLED supplier. The iPhone maker had to recently pay a handsome amount to the South Korean firm for not purchasing enough OLED panels.
Two of Apple’s most popular products in recent times — the 16-inch MacBook Pro and the AirPods Pro — are heavily discounted by Amazon and Woot right now. Both devices are at their lowest prices ever that we have tracked so far.
Apple introduced the “Apple at Work” video series last year. Now it has added a new video that depicts the struggles and joys of working from home. Yet again, Apple has added a humorous take at how “The Underdogs” focus on their work despite the adversities. The video aims at showing how an army of Apple devices including iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, AirPods and Mac end up helping the team deliver their best.
Despite YouTube being among the most popular streaming services out there, it lacks Picture in Picture support on the iPad. Even on the iPhone where Apple has added PiP support with iOS 14, the YouTube app does not work while others including Netflix are working with any update. Thankfully, there’s a workaround using which you can play YouTube videos in PiP on the iPhone and iPad.
If you were affected by the ‘batterygate’ issue, you can get up to $25 from Apple. The company had decided to pay $500 million to end the class action lawsuit slapped on it in the United States.