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It was only a matter of "when"—Apple is reportedly joining the lucrative and thriving education sector in the form of a line of low-cost MacBooks. These could be coming as soon as the second half of 2024, but what the products will look like is mostly still too early to tell. According to this DigiTimes Asia... Read more...
On September 12th, Apple is hosting its Wonderlust event, wherein the Cupertino-based company is expected to launch the iPhone 15 family and a new line of Apple Watches. However, some fans of the company might be in for a sour Apple experience if rumors are anything to go by, but much is still up in the air, so that... Read more...
In the past few months, the rumor mill regarding the upcoming iPhone 15 lineup has been chugging along with rumblings of new features and specs. One thing that hasn’t quite settled in, though, is what colors the new devices are going to come in. That may be changing with new leaks showing a departure from one of the... Read more...
Over the last couple of years, Apple has slowly walked the line on consumers' right to repair their own devices. It started out as a comically complex and expensive program with thousand-dollar deposits to get the company's blessed repair tools, but the company's current phone lineup is more repairable than it has been in a long time. What Read more...
XLoader, an infostealer and botnet malware-as-a-service solution, has been around since 2015, taking on many forms that have been tracked by researchers such as those at SentinelOne. Most recently, though, the security company has found that XLoader has returned as a new malware strain masquerading as an app called... Read more...
Windows is insecure and dangerous, and Macs are safe and impenetrable, right? Haha, not so much. Microsoft's operating system certainly has its share of security flaws, but it's actually difficult to say which system software is more vulnerable. That's because intrepid hackers keep finding holes in macOS and its... Read more...
Codeweavers Crossover 23 Baldur's Gate 3 is out for PC already, but the Mac version is late to the party. Fortunately, Codeweavers Crossover 23 is here to save the day. Play games on Mac that you couldn't otherwise Doesn't require a Windows license New DirectX 12 support Performance isn't always smooth Compatibility... Read more...
Smartphones have improved by leaps and bounds over the past 15 years, but there's one thing lagging behind: batteries. Apple got in hot water a few years back when it throttled iPhone performance on devices with degrading batteries. Now, the Silicon Valley tech giant is preparing to pay up to the tune of $500 million... Read more...
It's still going to be a while before Apple introduces its fourth generation iPhone SE, but when it does arrive the lower cost handset will look pretty familiar with an overall design that is based on the current generation iPhone 14, according to the latest leak. The iPhone SE 4 will also tout some interesting... Read more...
Apple is said to be testing a new round of MacBook Pro models kitted with next-generation M3 silicon, including the eventual M3 Max with more CPU and GPU cores than found on the current-generation M2 Max. If the information is true, Apple will formally introduce the M3 family in October, followed by rolling out... Read more...
Apple's latest earnings report reflects a third straight quarter of declining revenue, which for the three-month period that ended July 1, 2023, slipped 1% (year-over-year) to $81.8 billion. The sagging revenue comes amid a dip in hardware sales across iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices, Apple isn't fretting too much as... Read more...
Some used-phone sellers are trying to cash in on certain iPhone models still bearing the now-defunct Twitter logo, and for quite a load of money. With Elon Musk rebranding Twitter to X, something to match his sub-brands' naming convention, a trend to obtain older iPhones still with the Twitter app installed could be... Read more...
Look, if you've never spent five figures on a pair of shoes, can you really call yourself a sneaker head? Indeed you sure can but if you want to play it safe—and blow a whole lot of money—then walk (nay, run!) to Sothebys and grab yourself a rare set of vintage 'Omega Sports Apple Computer Sneakers' for a cool... Read more...
We have seen prior evidence of Apple building a generative AI like ChatGPT, but reports emerged a few hours ago that the first fruits of the firm's machine learning-fueled labor are actually being tested in house. According to unnamed sources, the Apple framework upon which its chatbot's large language model (LLM) is... Read more...
An original, factory-sealed Apple iPhone model released in 2007 just sold for a staggering $190,372.80 at auction, a sum that more than triples the previous record sale price of $63,356.40 for such an item. The winning bid also blew way past the estimated range of $50,000 to $100,000. Why would anyone pay so much for... Read more...
Summer may be in full swing, but we're only a few weeks away from the back to school season. If you did not grab everything you needed for next semester's classes on Amazon Prime Day, there are still some leftover deals for iPads and iPad accessories running. However, you should grab these fast as they may not last... Read more...
The PC market is approaching two years' worth of quarterly shipment declines in the global PC market, with IDC and Gartner—the two major market research firms with a pulse on the PC shipment landscape—reporting double-digit percentage drops (again). It's not all gloom and doom, though, as the market performed better... Read more...
After a whirlwind of deals leading up to and during Amazon's two-day Prime Day event, we're now on the other side of the mega-sale. Don't kick yourself if you missed out, though. Some of the discounts have stuck, including big markdowns on Apple's laptops, iPad devices, and earbuds. In fact, you can still score the M1... Read more...
Last month, Apple pushed multiple security updates for its products due to vulnerabilities that could lead to the Triangulation spyware being put on your device. Now, the Cupertino-based company has rolled out another Rapid Security Response (RSR) but has since pulled it back due to flaws with the... Read more...
It might be hard to remember, but there used to be a time when iPhone users could play Fortnite. That changed back in 2020 when Epic Games antagonized Apple by skipping the App Store billing system. Apple pulled the game, and the companies have been battling it out in court ever since. Apple came out on top in the... Read more...
Today's generation will never know what it's like to drop off rolls of film for processing, then sifting through the developed pictures and preserving them in physical photo albums. That's all been replaced by digital media, enabled in large part by the proliferation of smartphones. That doesn't mean your photos will... Read more...
High-end smartphones have gotten stupid-expensive over the years with premium models routinely commanding more than $1,000. Some phones have even approached $2,000 (we're looking at you, foldables). But those are bargain prices compared to what Apple's iPhone is bringing in these days. Not the iPhone 14 or even the... Read more...
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