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Apple’s A15 processor
Typically, Apple stays quiet about its future processors, preferring to announce them along with a new product. For example, we didn’t get specifics about the M1 until Apple unveiled the new MacBooks powered by it and we knew very little about the A1
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Apple Discontinues IMac Pro As M1 Redesign Looms
After cutting some configurations of the 21.5in 4K iMac (see page 6), Apple has now discontinued production of the iMac Pro, adding a note to its site that the high-end all-in-one is only available ‘while supplies last’ and removing all configuration
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Apple Fined $300m For Patent Infringement
Apple has been ordered by a federal jury in Texas to pay $308.5m (about £223m) in lost royalties for infringing on a DRM patent owned by Personalized Media Communications (PMC), Bloomberg reports. PMC originally sued Apple in 2015, accusing the compa
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The IPad Pro Doesn’t Need An M1 Chip… Or Does It?
Anew iPad Pro might be mere weeks away, and we already know a lot about it. While it probably won’t getting a new design, Apple could be bringing a slew of important changes, including a mini LED display for OLED-like colours and power efficiency, be
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What Wi-Fi 6E Means For The Future Of The Mac, IPhone And IPad
It was just a few short years ago when we told you about a then-upcoming wireless technology called Wi-Fi 6. At the time, what was once known as 802.11ax was henceforth given a much more consumer-friendly name and previous convoluted Wi-Fi standards
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Help Desk
When online and local storage were scarcer, Apple added an interesting option to let you have access to recent photos captured or imported across all your mobile and desktop devices. What’s now called My Photo Stream, when enabled, would feed newly t
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Requiem For The IMac Pro
Maybe someday there will be a tell-all book written by someone inside Apple during the 2010s. Maybe we will eventually know exactly what happened that led to a bit of a lost decade for the Mac, one that will be remembered for a failed attempt to reth
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Switching From Android To IPhone Made Easy
You’ve decided that it’s finally time to switch to an iPhone. Maybe it’s the value you get in the £399 iPhone SE. Maybe you’re more concerned about privacy, or you’re tired of buying phones that only get operating system updates a year or two. Maybe
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Your New Mac’s SSD Might Not Last As Long As It Should
If you have a new Mac, you probably think it’s going to last for years, but some new troubling data suggests that might not be the case. More than a few users are reporting that SSDs on new M1 and Intel Macs are possibly being overused by the system,
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Free MacOS Apps Every Mac User Should Have
There’s something of a misconception when it comes to the Mac: that Mac apps cost more, just like the computer itself. While powerful tools like Photoshop or Final Cut Pro certainly have price tags commensurate with their robust feature sets, many of
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G Data Antivirus for Mac
Price: $39.95 (around £29) from Anyone looking for a simple, AV suite should consider G Data’s Antivirus for Mac. It offers protection without overcomplicating itself. There are no extra frills like a VPN or system maintenance utili
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Price: €49 (around £42) per year from AirVPN is a popular service among privacy-conscious users. The VPN is well known for transparency about its network, reasonable costs, and attention to privacy. It’s not a perfect service, but i
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How The HomePod Mini Can Succeed Where Apple’s First Smart Speaker Failed
As we’ve already seem (page 8), Apple has announced it is to discontinue the full-sized version of its HomePod smart speaker. This came a couple of days after the Space Grey model had already been listed as out of stock, prompting theories about a po
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Why The Next IPad Pro Will Be Closer Than Ever To A Mac
It’s officially spring now, which is when the Internet’s fancy turns to rumours of 2021’s first Apple announcements. Over the last few years, Apple has generally released at least some new products in early spring, and there’s no reason to think that
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Uncover MacOS Big Sur’s Secrets With These 11 Tips, Tricks And Hidden Features
It’s been a few months now since Apple released macOS 11 Big Sur, and hopefully by now you’ve adjusted to its revamped user interface and the major new features, like the enhanced Messages and Maps apps. But operating systems are huge and there are a
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How To Check Your Intel And M1 Mac’s SSD Health Using Terminal
f you have a newer Mac, it likely uses a speedy solid-state drive to store files, apps, music, videos, and a lot of other important stuff. But there’s one thing you may not know about SSDs: they wear out over time. Since the SSD is such a vital part
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New IMacs Expected, As Current Models Vanish
The strange unavailability of multiple configurations of the 21.5in iMac has sparked rumours that a new model will soon be here. Sources from the supply chain have told AppleInsider that Apple has entirely stopped production of the 512GB and 1TB SSD
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Share And Sync IPhone Photos With Android Smartphones And PCs
We all know how easy it is to share photos with friends and family who also use Apple Photos. But when you throw an Android or PC user into the mix, things get a little more complicated. Since they won’t be able to view an iCloud Shared Album, you’ll
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Apple Kills The HomePod, Shifts Focus To Mini
In a surprise late night news dump, Apple has killed the original HomePod, marking an ignominious end to the high-priced Siripowered speaker that struggled to find an audience. Like the iMac Pro, which has also been discontinued (see page 4), the spe
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How Worried Should You Be About Your M1 Mac’s SSD Lifespan?
Recent reports have shown that some users of M1 Macs are experiencing what they feel is unreasonable, excessive usage of the SSD. One in particular showed 15TB written in two months. That’s quite a bit, and almost certainly due to swapping main memor
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Apple To Launch Education And Innovation Hub
Apple’s recent announcement might not have been as exciting as a new iPhone, but its impact could be just as monumental. As part of its previously announced $100 million investment in the Racial Equity and Justice Initiative, the tech giant recently
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Help Desk
It is extremely handy to tag people you know in photos you take. You can then easily find images of those people across time and at specific events. This feature appears in Photos in iOS, iPadOS and macOS, but may not work correctly across devices wi
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Apple Fitness+: Everything You Need To Know
Online fitness services have become very popular, and now Apple wants in on the business. The firm has launched Apple Fitness+, the latest service for Apple users. It combines your Apple devices, videos, and collected exercise data to allow you to ha
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Best Network For IPhone
If you’re thinking of buying an iPhone on contract, you’ve got a SIM-free iPhone and want to sign up to a contract, or are nearing the end of a contract and want to go with a different provider, you’ll be wanting to know which network is best for you
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10 Must-have Apps For Your New Apple Watch
The Apple Watch is great right out of the box, but you’ll want to add a few apps to really make it sing. Apple’s wearable is a true marvel, but you’ll never know just how useful it can be if you don’t expand your horizons a bit. When we think about t
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Next MacBook Air Could Get Even Lighter And Thinner
The MacBook Air is Apple’s thinnest and lightest laptop, but it seems the company wants to make it even thinner and lighter. That’s according to a recent report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who says that Apple plans to release the redesigned MacBook A
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Will 2021 Be The Year Apple’s U1 Chip Goes Wide?
Apple’s no stranger to introducing and popularizing new technologies. The original iMac wasn’t the first to use USB, but it drove adoption of the standard. Multitouch displays existed before the iPhone, but it was the first real commercial product of
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Review: AirPods Max
Price: £549 from Apple’s latest expansion of the AirPods brand is a set of large over-the-ear wireless headphones. The AirPods Max look great, sound great and are quite comfortable despite their heavy weight. They’re also £549, a di
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New Rumour Dashes Hopes Of A 5G Mac With Face ID Anytime Soon
The new M1 Macs have opened up a world of possibility for Apple’s computers, but two of the most sought-after features might take a little longer to arrive. According to a new Bloomberg report, Apple isn’t rushing to add 5G or Face ID to Macs this ye
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IMac Redesign In The Works, Half-height Apple Silicon Mac Pro Coming This Year
f recent rumours are any indication, 2021 is going to be a landmark year for the Mac. We recently saw reports stating that Apple will ship 14- and 16in MacBook Pros with MagSafe, Apple silicon with more cores and enhanced GPUs, and a case redesign. N
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