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  1. Apple sold a load more Macs in 2020 as its break from Intel paid off Rosy figures for last year – and Q4 in particular (Image credit: Future) Apple sold a whole load of Macs throughout 2020, according to new figures from an analyst firm – and Tim Cook’s company was likely helped by the launch of new PCs powered by Apple’s own M1 chip (which has been very well-received). Canalys has just produced its overview of the global PC market for Q4 2020, which summarizes the entire year as well, and shows that
  2. New report reveals Apple’s roadmap for when each Mac will move to Apple Silicon High-end Macs could have as many as 32 performance cores to the M1's four. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Citing sources close to Apple, a new report in Bloomberg outlines Apple's roadmap for moving the entire Mac lineup to the company's own custom-designed silicon, including both planned release windows for specific products and estimations as to how many performance CPU cores those products will have. The M1, which h
  3. There’s a big difference between getting developers to write apps for a mobile platform that sells in huge volumes versus a completely unproven platform with no users. On Tuesday, at its third event in as many months, Apple is expected to announce the first models of Mac computers running on Apple Silicon, the in-house-designed SoC that will enable the transition from Intel to Arm-based architecture. There've been some rumors about the potential form factors of these Brave New Macs -- at least two MacBook models are expected. However, we don't know a great
  4. In the market for a MacBook Air, eh Linus? The knickers of the Linux world have become ever so twisty over the last few days as Penguinistas fell foul of the security hardware in their pricey Apple hardware. Reports are coming in of Linux fans struggling to get their distribution of choice to install on the latest Cupertino cash cows with fingers pointed at the T2 chip. The T2 does all manner of things in the latest batch of Macs (including the new MacBook Air and Mac mini models announced last week) including dealing with the SSD, audio, and sec
  5. Microsoft says that some Macs running Windows 10 may be blocked from updating to Windows 10 version 1903 because of a compatibility block triggered by older software or hardware. Apple Macs "introduced before 2012 or newer Mac devices with older versions Apple Boot Camp or Windows Support Software drivers installed" will not be able to install the Windows 10 May 2019 Feature Update according to a new support document published by Redmond. The Mac users who will be blocked from updating to Windows 10 version 1903 will get a "Mac HAL Driver - machaldriver.sys
  6. Microsoft delivers Defender ATP security service to Macs Microsoft Defender ATP detects ongoing attacks on corporate networks, blocks those that are malicious, then provides response recommendations. It can be deployed to Macs using Microsoft Intune, JAMF or other MDM platforms. Vertigo3D / Getty Images Microsoft on Monday made good on a March pledge by announcing that its most sophisticated endpoint security service is now available for Macs. Microsoft Defender ATP (Advanced Threat Protection) for Mac shifted to what the c
  7. In 1999, Apple released a slew of new features with Mac OS 9, calling it "the best internet operating system ever." The idea was to unlock the full potential of the turquoise plastic iMac G3—the Internet Mac!—released in 1998. But 12-year-old Joshua Hill didn't have an iMac. To take advantage of all the new connectivity from his parents' mid-'90s Mac Performa, he needed a modem that would plug into the computer through one of its chunky "serial" ports. So, naturally, he swapped his holographic Han Solo trading card with a friend for a 56k modem and started poking around. Twenty years later, hi
  8. Malware can bypass multi-factor authentication to gain access to cryptocurrency wallets - and also drops mining malware on infected machines. Mac users are being targeted with newly discovered Mac malware that aims to steal the contents of cryptocurrency wallets. Dubbed CookieMiner by researchers because of its capability for stealing browser cookies associated with cryptocurrency exchanges and wallet service websites visited by the victim, the malware has been uncovered by Palo Alto Networks. In addition to stealing and trading the contents of c
  9. Apple’s new ARM-based Macs won’t support Windows through Boot Camp It’s up to Microsoft to change that Apple will start switching its Macs to its own ARM-based processors later this year, but you won’t be able to run Windows in Boot Camp mode on them. Microsoft only licenses Windows 10 on ARM to PC makers to preinstall on new hardware, and the company hasn’t made copies of the operating system available for anyone to license or freely install. “Microsoft only licenses Windows 10 on ARM to OEMs,” says a Microsoft
  10. Apple’s first ARM-based Macs may start showing up as early as next year A Mac without an Intel CPU is on the horizon Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple may release its very first ARM-based laptop without an Intel processor as soon as next year, according to reputable KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9to5Mac). Kuo, who often correctly predicts Apple trends before they take shape, says the new Mac is coming sometime in the next 12 to 18 months and will feature an in-house processor not developed by
  11. Apple plans to announce ARM transition for all Macs at WWDC 2020 Report claims internal Apple testing has seen “sizable improvements” over Intel. Apple discusses the 2018 iPad Pro's A12X CPU and GPU on stage at its October 30, 2018 event. Valentina Palladino 241 with 136 posters participating At its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) later this month, Apple plans to announce the beginning of its transition from Intel-based Macs to ARM-based ones with internally designed CPUs, according to a report from Bloomb
  12. Report: Apple will begin selling Macs with its own processors in 2021 12-core chips for the Mac based on the 2020 iPhone's A14 are in the works. Apple discusses the 2018 iPad Pro's A12X CPU and GPU on stage at its October 30, 2018 event. Valentina Palladino 25 with 20 posters participating, including story author A new report from Bloomberg cites sources close to Apple who say that Apple is on track to introduce Macs running Apple-made CPUs and GPUs in 2021. The chips the company is developing are codenamed Kalam
  13. Mac users are getting bombarded by laughably unsophisticated malware For malware so trite and crude, Shlayer is surprisingly prolific. Enlarge Kaspersky Lab Almost two years have passed since the appearance of Shlayer, a piece of Mac malware that gets installed by tricking targets into installing fake Adobe Flash updates. It usually does so after promising pirated videos, which are also fake. The lure may be trite and easy to spot, but Shlayer continues to be common—so much so that it’s the number one threat encountered by u
  14. Malware with polished website spotted stealing crypto-coins from traders The malware-making gang of hackers dubbed Lazarus is said to be behind a crypto-coin-stealing nasty that infects Macs. This would be the first time this group has targeted Apple desktops. Kaspersky Lab eggheads said today the fun-bucks generator, dubbed AppleJeus, is a port of another piece of malware Lazarus uses to commandeer Windows machines and siphon off alt-coins. The macOS strain was spotted on machines used by a cryptocurrency trading company in Asia. Hiding itself
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