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Apple’s new dual USB-C chargers are now on sale

Apple has today put its new dual USB-C chargers on sale, with two options available in compact and standard options. It seems the compact model, which is in the left image is only available in the United States, Canada, China, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Thailand. The standard size is the only version available here in the UK and is included in the box with the new MacBook Air […]

Apple might add USB-C to the base iPad

In Apple’s iPad lineup, the only model left that is still using the Lightning port is the base model iPad which retails for $329 / £319. However, to being the entry level iPad inline with the iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad Pro models, Apple might be charging the entry level iPad to USB-C later this year. This news comes from 9to5Mac sources, which claim that as soon as this […]

With macOS Ventura, USB-C devices will have to get permission in order to send data

With macOS Ventura, that was announced earlier this week at WWDC the way USB-C and Thunderbolt have access to send and receive data is changing. Currently, any device that is plugged in is allowed to start transferring data which can be a security risk. With macOS Ventura, this is changing. On M1 and M2 based Macs, the device will need permission first from the user in order to start transferring […]

Apple releases macOS Big Sur 11.6.7

Yesterday, Apple released macOS Big Sur 11.6.7 for compatible machines, with a fix for a bug in the Mail app. macOS Big Sur is still being used by those computers that cannot be upgraded to macOS Monterey. The bug that this addresses is released to the official Mail app and other third party ones such as Microsoft Outlook and they were unable to to open attachments if the app required […]

iPadOS 16 announced at WWDC 2022

At WWDC 2022 this week, Apple revealed iPadOS 16. Like usual, iOS and iPadOS are very similar with the releases, but the iPad does have some unique features this year, such as a revamped multitasking experience with Stage Manager and after 12 years of the iPad, the Weather app makes its debut. Messages With the Messages app, Apple is adding some much requested features, such as the ability to edit […]

Apple previewed the next generation of CarPlay at WWDC 2022

At WWDC 2022 earlier this week, Apple previewed to everyone what they call the “next generation of CarPlay.” Apple is looking to replace the entire user interface experience in cars with multiple screens, as currently CarPlay only takes over one section of the infotainment experience. As you can see from the header image, Apple has designed the gauges, climate control, trip information and more. Apple has said that the next […]

Apple announces updated 13-inch MacBook Pro, with M2 chip

At WWDC 2022 this week, Apple revealed an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro, now with the M2 chip. The previous model was revealed back in November 2020 at the start of the Apple Silicon transition and had the M1 chip from the start. This release is basically a processor spec bump, as the design, ports and features are the same as the outgoing model. The M2 chip offers a 18% faster […]

Despite not being mentioned, Apple will be releasing tvOS 16 this year

At WWDC 2022 this week, Apple never mentioned Apple TV or tvOS during the keynote. Despite this, Apple will be releasing a new update for the set top box, with tvOS 16 with support for the Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K models. The first beta release was made available to developers on Monday. A public beta will go live in July for everyone else. There are five new […]

macOS Ventura is announced at WWDC 2022

At WWDC 2022 yesterday, Apple unveiled macOS 13 Ventura, this time not a full overhaul, but a lot of nice new improvements such as tage Manager, Continuity Camera and more. Stage Manager is a new way for window management on macOS, a feature that is also coming to the iPad this year. It looks to help you avoid any distractions by pushing all the unused apps to the left hand […]