Apple’s first attempt at the custom ARM-based Silicon, the Apple M1, was an instant hit. MacBooks powered by the M1 chip not only impressed with their performance, but also with their battery life. Now, in an interview with Tom’s Guide, executives at Apple have revealed that they initially thought that the battery indicator of the M1 MacBook was broken, and thought that the battery life it was showing was not correct.
A few weeks ago, we got our first look at the redesigned MacBook Air with white bezels and flat-edge design. Dylandkt, an Apple leaker with a mixed track record, claims that the Cupertino-based giants have plans to introduce the new colorful MacBook Air with an M2 chip in H1 2022.
Remember the “MacBook” series Apple debuted in 2015? Apple claimed that it “reinvented” the notebook again with its MacBook series. However, the company discontinued the MacBook series in 2019 with its falling sales. And now, the original 2015 12-inch MacBook has entered Apple’s list of Vintage Products.
Apple is expected to introduce a redesigned MacBook Pro with M1X at the WWDC 2021 event later this month. Ahead of the keynote, Apple has filed a new device in the Chinese regulatory database which is supposedly the upcoming 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Turning on your Mac or shutting it down and even waking it up from sleep doesn’t take much time. But even then, if you like your Mac to be on and ready when you want to use it, you can use the built-in macOS scheduler to do so. Here’s how to make your Mac boot up, sleep, or shut down automatically.
Leaker and YouTuber Prosser claim that Apple could launch the M2 MacBook Air in various colors, just like it has done with the 24-inch M1 iMac.
Apple announced the 2021 M1-based iMac earlier this week. The new design has its share of likes and dislikes, but this new concept imagines the MacBook Air based on the same design language as of the latest iMacs.
Quanta Computer, one of Apple’s prime suppliers, has been hit with a ransomware attack. The hacker group is demanding over $50 million from the supplier and is threatening Apple that it will leak future MacBook designs online.
After months of leaks and speculations, Apple finally unveiled the redesigned 24-inch iMac at its ‘Spring Loaded‘ event. The 24-inch iMac brings a bigger display, brighter colors, a thinner profile, and a change of heart, swapping the Intel CPUs with the company’s in-house M1 chip. On top of that, you also get upgrades in mics, speakers, and a web camera, something that’s essential these days. Read along to find all the differences between the old 21.5-inch iMac and the new 24-inch iMac.
The 2021 12.9-inch iPad Pro will not be the only device from Apple to launch this year, featuring a mini-LED display panel. TrendForce analysts believe that Apple will be launching the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro later this year with a mini-LED display as well.