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  1. Mac Pro desktop with up to 64-core Apple Silicon expected to destroy bank accounts in 2022 Apple Silicon could be coming to the 2022 Mac Pro. (Image source: Apple - edited) New Mac Pro models are rumored to be coming for 2022 that will seemingly remove the need for Intel Xeon W processors. The pricey desktops will apparently be fitted with chips that offer a mixture of performance cores and efficiency cores, leading to speculation that the future Mac Pro desktop PCs will utilize up to 64-core Apple Silicon. More rumors about Apple Silicon have turned up, c
  2. Apple's iMac Pro to be discontinued The base model can still be had on Apple's site, but only while inventory's available. Sarah Tew/CNET It looks like Apple's iMac Pro is going to that big computer showroom in the sky. The $4,999 standard model is still available on Apple's site, but only while current supplies last -- once they're gone, the iMac Pro will no longer be available, Apple told us Saturday. Released in 2017, the iMac Pro was touted by Apple at the time as "by far the most powerful iMac we've ever made" and was aimed at professionals w
  3. New Report States Apple Will Release Mixed Reality Headset in 2022 and AR Glasses by 2025 Apple’s tinkering with AR, VR and MR. Photo: Mladen Antonov / AFP (Getty Images) While the rumblings over Apple’s planned venture into augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality have been getting louder recently, we now have a series of dates for these devices by prognosticator Ming Chi-Kuo, a good source with a reliable track record on all things Apple. In a research note with TF International Securities obtained by MacRumors, Kuo stated that Apple wil
  4. Bug in Apple's Find My Feature Could've Exposed Users' Location Histories Cybersecurity researchers on Thursday disclosed two distinct design and implementation flaws in Apple's crowdsourced Bluetooth location tracking system that can lead to a location correlation attack and unauthorized access to the location history of the past seven days, thereby by deanonymizing users. The findings are a consequence of an exhaustive review undertaken by the Open Wireless Link (OWL) project, a team of researchers from the Secure Mobile Networking Lab at the Technical Un
  5. Apple clarifies you can’t actually set a ‘default’ music service in iOS 14.5 Image Credits: TechCrunch Apple has clarified that the iOS 14.5 beta is not actually allowing users to select a new default music service, as has been reported. Following the beta’s release back in February, a number of beta testers noticed that Siri would now ask which music service they would like to use when they asked Siri to play music. But Apple doesn’t consider this feature the equivalent to “setting a default” — an option it more recently began to allow for email and browser
  6. Apple releases third public beta of iOS 14.5, here’s what’s new Following the release to developers yesterday, Apple today released iOS 14.5 beta 3 to public beta users. iOS 14.5 beta 3 makes continued refinements to the new features coming to iPhone and iPad users this spring. One of the new features introduced with the first beta of iOS 14.5 was the ability to change the default music player used for Siri commands, similar to what’s already available to HomePod users. This option is available once again with iOS 14.5 beta 3.
  7. Apple's closed software ecosystem can be the perfect hiding spot for elite hackers Tight security can be a double-edged sword In brief: Apple is notorious for its walled garden approach and renowned for promoting security and privacy as the top feature of its products. However, security researchers believe this also means hackers who do manage to breach the wall tend to remain undetected a lot more often than you'd think. For years, Apple has touted the privacy and the security of its devices and explained through its marketing that it values those two
  8. Apple supplier TSMC on track for volume production of 3nm chips next year According to a DigiTimes report, Apple’s main chip supplier TSMC is on track to begin risk production of a 3nm fabrication process in the second half of this year, when the foundry will be capable of producting 30,000 wafers built using the more advanced technology. TSMC reportedly plans to expand its 3nm process capacity to 55,000 units monthly in 2022 and 105,000 units in 2023. Tim Hardwick for MacRumors: A previous report suggested TSMC will be ready to move into volume production in
  9. Apple now shows repairability scores for iPhones, MacBooks in France New regulations in the country require companies to tell consumers how repairable their products are. Angela Lang/CNET Apple has started showing a repairability score for its iPhones and MacBook laptops in its online store in France. The information, spotted earlier by MacGeneration, is required under new French regulations that came into force at the start of the year. France is requiring companies that make some electronics and household appliances to let consumers know how rep
  10. Redesigned 14-Inch MacBook Pro Expected to Feature Brighter Mini-LED Display With Slimmer Bezels and More Apple plans to unveil new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with Mini-LED-backlit displays in the second half of this year, according to industry sources cited by Taiwanese supply chain publication DigiTimes. The report claims that Radiant Opto-Electronics will be the exclusive supplier of the Mini-LED backlight units, while Quanta Computer is said to be tasked with final assembly of the notebooks. The report lines up with information shared by wel
  11. A court is forcing Valve to tell Apple how much money 436 different PC games made Apple subpoenaed Valve for the data Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Valve has been compelled by a California court to provide sales data on more than 400 Steam games to Apple and possibly reveal its yearly sales, revenue, and profits to Apple as well. The iPhone maker subpoenaed Valve for the data as part of its ongoing dispute with Fortnite developer Epic Games. According to a Wednesday or
  12. Apple spring event 2021: when it could be and what to expect, including new iPad Pro iPads, AirTags and more A new iPad Pro could be in attendance (Image credit: Future) Some Apple events happen like clockwork – we’re talking WWDC and new iPhone launches, but others are more variable, and the Apple spring event falls into that latter category. Apple often but not always holds a spring event of some kind in March, and the exact timing of the event, along with the types of announcements mad
  13. Analyst claims Apple’s ‘biggest strategic mistake’ was not acquiring Netflix years ago Analyst Dan Ives, from Wedbush Securities, who has an outperform rating on Apple’s stock, said today that he believes Apple’s “biggest strategic mistake” was not acquiring Netflix years ago. Ives believes that Apple still doesn’t have a huge stake in the streaming video industry and is behind Netflix, Amazon, and Disney. Ives says that isn’t just a strategic mistake by Tim Cook, but also by Steve Jobs, when he was Apple’s CEO. In an interview for Yahoo Finance, Dan Ives sai
  14. iPod 15 years later: the pros, cons and memories of Apple's massively popular MP3 player I resurrected my iPod Classic and pitted it against my iPhone 12 Pro (Image credit: Future) There’s a bittersweet notion that makes the rounds on the internet every so often, which muses that at some point your parent picked you up and put you down for the last time. Well, that applies to tech, too: at some point, I turned off my iPod Classic for the last time and shoved it in a drawer, likely because I’d uploaded my m
  15. Apple Investigating Issue With 'Pink Squares' Appearing on Displays Connected to M1 Mac Mini In an internal memo this week, obtained by MacRumors, Apple informed service providers that it is aware of and investigating an issue that may result in "pink squares or pixels" appearing on displays connected to an M1 Mac mini. Image via Twitter user @FatihVidyograf This issue has been reported by users across the Apple Support Communities, MacRumors Forums, and Reddit since the M1 Mac mini launched in November, but the exact cause is unclear. Based on comments fr
  16. Supposed 'AirPods 3' photo hints at flat-sided stem changes New images supposedly said to show Apple's next AirPods release have surfaced in a report, one that also makes claims about a change to the way users can interact with the personal audio accessories. Rumors surrounding the next potential release in Apple's AirPods line have so far suggested there will be small refinements to the wireless earphones experience. A set of images released on Sunday may be the first photograph showing what to expect from the new model. The imag
  17. Apple updating the subscription sheet in iOS 14.5 with clearer pricing and trial information Last week we shared a concept that explored ways Apple could improve the subscription sheet in iOS to help customers better understand what they’re signing up for. The issues with the subscription sheet have been a hot topic lately amongst the community. But tonight the developer behind Launch Center Pro, David Barnard has pointed out that in the latest beta of iOS 14.5 Apple has started to make some changes to improve the experience. The changes are subtle, but the
  18. Apple Offers Its Closest Look Yet at iOS and MacOS Security In its latest Platform Security Guide, Cupertino raised the curtain on the critical features that protect against hackers. Security researchers still want more info from Apple—but this is a good start.Photograph: Aaron P./Bauer-Griffin/Getty Images Apple is a notoriously tight-lipped and insular organization, a tendency that has often put it at odds with the security research community. The company
  19. Apple is already working on developing 6G wireless technology 6G is still many years away, but Apple doesn't want to depend on Qualcomm again. Enlarge / The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro, side by side. Samuel Axon Apple has posted multiple job listings indicating that it is hiring engineers to work on 6G technology internally so it does not have to rely on partners like Qualcomm as the next generation of wireless technology hits several years down the line. The job listings, which were first spotted and repor
  20. Apple is reportedly working on a MagSafe battery pack for the iPhone A magnetic battery pack? Sign us up. What you need to know Code in the second iOS 14.5 beta talks about a new "Mobile Charge Mode." It also points to a new battery pack that uses MagSafe to attach to the iPhone. As reported by WCCFTech, it appears that Apple may finally be working on that MagSafe battery pack that we all have wanted since the iPhone 12 lineup was released last fall. Steve Moser, a contributing writer at MacRumors, noticed code in the second b
  21. If you are having charging problems, Apple may fix your Apple Watch for free Apple is offering free Apple Watch repairs for some users who are affecting by charging issues. Apple writes: “A very small number of customers with Apple Watch Series 5 or Apple Watch SE models running watchOS 7.2 or 7.3 have experienced an issue with their watch not charging after it enters Power Reserve. To check if your Apple Watch is affected by this issue, place your watch on the charger that you normally use, then wait at least 30 minutes. If your Apple Watch still won’t charge, con
  22. Apple has spent years and millions of dollars on automating its production lines with technology, and it has always reverted to using skilled human beings instead. The most profitable technology company in the world, and arguably the most technologically advanced firm in history, won't use automation to make its products. Apple has repeatedly tried to build machines to build its machines, but in every case bar its recycling plans, it has failed — and reverted to using human beings instead of robots. "Robotics and automation is fantastic and amaz
  23. Apple Releases watchOS 7.3.1 With Fix for Apple Watch Series 5 and SE Charging Issue Apple today released watchOS 7.3.1, a minor update to the watchOS 7 operating system that was released in September. watchOS 7.3.1 comes a couple of weeks after the release of watchOS 7.3. ‌‌The watchOS 7.3.1 update‌‌ can be downloaded for free through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone by going to General > Software Update. To install the new software, the Apple Watch needs to have at least 50 percent battery, it needs to be placed on a charger, and it needs to
  24. Report: Apple’s upcoming clamshell foldable iPhone will support the Apple Pencil Apple is rumored to be working on its first-ever clamshell foldable phone, which is likely to look more like the Galaxy Z Flip and less like the Galaxy Z Fold. It’s also being said that the clamshell foldable iPhone will arrive with several color options — more than that of the traditional iPhones. But apart from that, there was not much that we knew about the foldable iPhone, until now. According to research firm EqualOcean, the clamshell foldable iPhone will feature an OLED d
  25. Confirmed AirPods 3 Features Based on Leaks The 2nd gen. AirPods are soon going to celebrate their second anniversary. Apple typically refreshes its products once a year but for the AirPods lineup, the company follows a longer upgrade timeline. Rumors about the AirPods 3 have picked up the pace and their launch is imminent. Below is a roundup of everything that has leaked and been reported about the AirPods 3 so far. AirPods Pro-like Design While there have not been any design leaks, it is rumored that the AirPods 3 will have a design language similar to the A
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