It sure is looking like a big day for the Mac. A few details of the MacBook Air emerged earlier today, and now a few details about the 2021 MacBook Pro have come up.
After M1, Apple seems to have a slew of new feature lineup for future Mac. In a new Bloomberg report, Mark Gurman says future Macs could offer Face ID and 5G cellular connectivity. He also notes that FaceID on Mac was supposed to arrive this year and was delayed due to a new design. The same report also talked about new MacBook Air that could come later this year.
After detailing the 2020 MacBook Pro refresh, a new report has detailed the design changes for the upcoming MacBook Air refresh. The redesigned MacBook Air is expected to launch in the second half of this year or in 202 depending on the development cycle.
Ahead of Valentine’s Day next month, Apple has shared a gift guide suggesting a variety of products for your loved ones.
Early camera comparisons of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra are out. Here’s how the ‘big’ flagships from Samsung and Apple fare against each other.
With iOS 15 just a few months away, new reports have come out claiming Apple could drop support for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and iPhone SE.
Lately, Apple is tightening the leash when it comes to jailbreaking iPhones and Hackintoshes. For those wondering, Hackintosh is a PC/device made to run macOS via a hack. Apple only wants its own devices to run macOS and is making it very difficult to run a hacked version. Now a new version of virtual Hackintosh is making rounds, and we also have a video of iPad running macOS.
Pebble founder Eric Migicovsky has teased a new app Beeper that aims to unify and bring over 15 different messaging services under one umbrella. More importantly, perhaps, Beeper even promises to bring iMessage to Android — something that millions of Android users have wished for a long time.
Multiple references in iOS 13 and iOS 14 have confirmed that Apple is working on an AR headset. It has been heavily rumored that the company will announce its first AR headset in 2023 followed by a sleeker Apple Glasses in 203. A Bloomberg report has now detailed Apple’s first AR/VR headset.