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The Most Plain, Powerful, and Colorful iMac ever

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Apple introduced their all-powerful and redesigned iMac featuring M1 silicon in its first Spring Loaded 2021 event. With this new redesign, iMac is finally joining the Apple M1 lineup. Along with M1, the new iMac features a 4.5K Retina display, studio-quality mics, and many more.

Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing said “M1 is a gigantic leap forward for the Mac, and today we’re excited to introduce the all-new iMac, the first Mac designed around the breakthrough M1 chip.”

Apple’s latest and greatest iMac boasts a boatload of features and upgrades over the…

Apps to better organize your Mac

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The macOS operating system has long been regarded as one of the most powerful and usable available. Significant changes have been made in the beta edition of the new macOS Big Sur upgrade. WWDC 2021 is also approaching; Apple can add even more impressive functionality to an already full OS, which may help you get the best out of your macOS.

However, although macOS has many awesome benefits, it also has some serious drawbacks. These disadvantages would sometimes also make it difficult to use. Still, luckily, we can download applications to fix practically every problem imaginable. …

Data Science Edition

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Apple’s macOS is the preferred choice of most Data scientists. Mainly because of its simple and uncluttered experience. Mac machines get along well with almost all the tools a data scientist needs and then some. Even the less powerful models of Macs like MacBook Air can handle tools with ease.

Even Open source tools are better supported in macOS and are much easier to install compared to Windows. But even then you can find some hiccups while using macOS for data science. Thankfully we can install apps to minimize those problems. …

Ad Killing feature is finally live

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Apple’s battle with Facebook over privacy concerns is going on for a while now. The iOS 14 which caused all this ruckus among the two tech giants is gearing up to get a new update. Appropriately named iOS 15 is rumored to get many improvements and privacy enhancements.

Features aside, the future of apps on your iOS devices could very well change for good with iOS 15’s privacy and security improvements. Back in 2020, iOS 14 poised to cripple advertisement agencies such as Facebook, which allow developers to use their SDKs to track and send your data to the tech…


Apple’s foray into mixed reality space

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Apple’s long-awaited entry into mixed reality space is getting closer and closer. Now that AR and VR in a way made some decent strides over the past couple of years. Projected to debut sometime in 2022 Apple’s entry could take the fledgling industry to new heights.

Apple has been researching VR and AR technologies for the past 10 years. It was also rumored that Apple is working alongside big organizations and technology companies like NASA and even Microsoft in making this thing a reality. Based on the rumors, the upcoming mixed reality headset will be called Apple View.

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Tricks for a productive life

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Apple’s macOS is one of the most intuitive, simplistic, and elegant operating systems around. One can’t disagree that macOS is one of the most efficient and easy-to-use operating systems around. Because Apple always puts its focus on making the operating less complex, easier to use, and clean interface.

The macOS Big Sur update makes macOS stand out even more. However, there’s a lot of functionality in macOS one can unlock that’s not quite obvious to everyone. Try out these few tips and tricks to make your experience on the macOS more functional and productive.

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Apps & Tools for a productive life

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Apple’s macOS is perhaps one of the most impressive and productive operating systems around. With the new macOS 11.2 Big Sur update Apple is going big on its aesthetic game indeed. Some even say macOS is one of the most complex yet simplest operating systems.

Despite the fact that there are some incredible advantages to using macOS, there are clear drawbacks to using it as well, especially in professional and functional use cases. Sometimes these drawbacks can get in the way at some point in using it. Try out these few apps to make your work life a bit easier.



The small guy bowed down a little too early

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The iPhone 12 Mini was one of the most anticipated, if not the most anticipated iPhone of the 12 series. Everyone was betting on it, saying it will be among the best-selling iPhones of all time. Turns out it was an absolute disaster for Apple.

Not because the phone was bad, it was actually a great iPhone in some ways. But people aren’t buying it. Due to this reason, Apple is considering shutting down the manufacturing of the iPhone 12 Mini altogether in the coming weeks if the situation of sales persists. But why aren’t people buying it when it’s…

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11.3 Beta is out

Apple just released macOS Big Sur 11.2 and right after that they also officially released the Beta tester version of macOS as a public release. Like any beta release of macOS, macOS 11.3 is packed with new features, fixes, and a few other quality of life improvements under the hood.

As this version is still beta testing phase, you might find some rough edges around the corner, which will be ironed out in the next stable release. Apart from that, everything is pretty fast and smooth much like a stable update. Here’s everything new in the macOS Big Sur 11.3…

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