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 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…
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…
Apple’s M1 Macs are all the rage now. Everyone is talking about them and most people are buying them. Long time Windows users are looking to jump ship after seeing what it can do. And some are waiting for the next generation of Apple Silicon Macs to arrive. But as Apple is in the process of abandoning the Intel processors in favor of its own Silicon.
Things started to change and we got to know that Apple will ax Bootcamp, which enabled us to dual boot Windows on a Mac machine previously. Thankfully we still have virtualization support on the…
After releasing to rave reviews a few months ago, Apple must have been fed up with the good and positive talk around their latest and greatest M1 Macs. Just when we thought M1 Macs are going to be not something like a fully controlled product like iPhones and iPads.
Apple just started to move in the direction where M1 Macs and all future ARM Macs will also be protected inside its walled garden. Apple just released a new server side update for the latest Apple Silicon Macs which is blocking users from downloading or installing unsupported iOS and iPad Apps.
Apple’s macOS has always been one of the go-to Operating systems for many professionals in various industries. The main or simple reason can be is It just works. Apple always brags about it for its less complex, fast, and smooth user interface.
Even though there are some obvious advantages in using macOS, there are equally obvious downsides in using it, especially for professional use cases. However, we can at least try to make them seem less obvious downsides by tinkering with the OS. Try out these few apps to make your work life a bit easier.
Back in 2010, when Walt Mossberg questioned Steve Jobs about developing a search engine. Steve Jobs straight up said, “ We have no plans to go into the search business, it’s not something we know about, it’s not something we care deeply about.”
Now, it's almost 10 years since that, and a lot of things changed at Apple. Also, not only the US, many countries are now looking into Google’s domination in the search business and many other things. …
Apple finally announced the first line of Mac products custom-built with the first-ever silicon made by Apple for Mac in its One More Thing event. The arm based processor named Apple M1 will officially begin the transition of Macs away from Intel processors.
“M1 is by far the most powerful chip we’ve ever created, and combined with Big Sur, delivers incredible performance, extraordinary battery life, and access to more software and apps than ever before,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO.
Here’s everything you need to know about Apple’s first-ever arm chipset built for Macs.
Apple announced its first-ever 5G equipped iPhones in its latest launch event. For the first time in iPhone history, Apple unveiled 4 variants: the regular iPhone, a mini version, and 2 new pro models. The new iPhone 12 models also feature a powerful A14 Bionic chip, making it the fastest smartphone chip ever.
“This is a tremendous leap for iPhone, bringing the best 5G experience in the market and delivering our most advanced technologies to users who want the absolute most from their iPhone,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.
Let’s look at some new things…