Apple was expected to introduce redesigned M1X MacBook Pro at WWDC 2021 event. However, there was no mention of the highly-anticipated laptop at the keynote. Apple uploaded the event’s opening keynote on its YouTube channel, and something interesting was spotted in the video’s description.
Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives claims that Apple will be launching the redesigned 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro at WWDC 2021 next week. The analyst claims apart from its usual OS announcements, Apple will have a “few surprises” in store at the event.
Along with iOS 14.6 release today, Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.4. The new update brings podcast subscriptions, Apple Music Lossless audio support, and much more to the Mac. A new report claims that Apple patched a vulnerability on macOS 11.4 that allowed hacks to take screenshots and screen recordings without users’ consent.
Craig Federighi was on the stand today at the Epic Games vs. Apple trial. During the session, Craig was asked if Mac has any level of threat, to which he replied that Mac currently has a level of malware that Apple “does not find acceptable.”
Apple is researching ways in which multiple users can use TouchID and other biometric systems on Mac. The crucial part of the research is ensuring that there is no compromise on security level offered by secure enclave.
A firm in Bournemouth, United Kingdom has been fined by Apple for selling counterfeit products like charging adapters and cables. The fine set by Apple exceeds over $147,000.
Cyberattacks rarely benefit anyone, but the hacking group. Now, a report from Vice claims that leaked MacBook schematics are helping repair shops offer better and complex repairs to MacBook owners, thanks to detailed diagrams leaked online.
Apple has so far launched all its Macs with an M1 chip. Now, a new report claims that the next-generation M2 processor destined for future Macs has gone into mass production.
Apple officially introduced its 2021 iMac with M1 chip at its ‘Spring Loaded’ event today. The new accessories for the Apple Silicon iMac include colorful Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad, and a new wireless Magic Keyboard with Touch ID.
Last year Apple pulled the wraps from M1 processors. The M1 processor is doing duty on the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Now Linux is reportedly working on extending support to M1 Mac in the upcoming Linux 5.13.