Since the day it was launched following the Unleashed event, Apple’s $19 Polishing Cloth has cemented its place as meme gold on Twitter. Bowing to the demands of the masses, iFixit finally did a Polishing Cloth teardown, literally. It uncovered some interesting details.
Today, Apple shared a support document detailing how users can ensure that the notch doesn’t obscure menu bar items on the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros. The document comes just a day after YouTuber Quinn Nelson took to Twitter to demonstrate how the notch caused issues with macOS on the new MacBook Pros.
Earlier this month, Apple unveiled the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. The company has now updated support documents to include some of the new features on MacBook Pro.
It has been nearly a year since Apple first launched its Apple Silicon-based Macs. The underlying change in architecture meant that developers needed to update their apps for Apple Silicon. While most popular apps were quick to do so, file syncing and sharing service Dropbox has been dragging its feet in this regard.
Apple yesterday seeded iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 beta 1 for all compatible iPhones and iPads that are on the beta channel. The first beta of iOS 15.1 does pack some new features and changes. Below is a look at everything new in the first beta of iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2.
Earlier this month, Apple pulled the wraps from 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro. The new MacBooks have a lot going for them with class-leading performance and more ports. The good folks at iFixit have published 2021 MacBook Pro teardown.
Just a couple of days after releasing iOS 15.1 and iPadoS 15.1 to the public, Apple has seeded the first beta of iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 to developers.
The pre-orders for the build-to-order MacBook Pro are delayed to December. Apple sent out emails to some MacBook Pro buyers informing them of delayed delivery. Now UPS has been informing some MacBook Pro owners that “mechanical failures” caused the unexpected delay.
The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are powered by Google’s in-house Tensor chip. The company is following in the footsteps of Apple and seems to have realized that having an in-house chipset is better from both performance and efficiency viewpoints. So, how do the Pixel 6 Pro and its Tensor chip perform when compared to the iPhone 13 Pro Max’s A15 Bionic chip in a speed test?