Apple has released macOS Monterey, versioned as macOS 12.0.1, to the general public. Any Mac that is compatible with macOS Monterey can download and install the update right now if they choose to. Users can also stay on their current macOS version if they prefer by simply ignoring the update. If interested, you can learn … Read More
iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 have been released for iPhone and iPad, the updates include SharePlay screen sharing through FaceTime, the addition of Live Text support in the iPad camera app, ProRes video capture for iPhone 13 Pro users, the inclusion of Covid-19 vaccination card pass in the Wallet app, along with bug fixes and … Read More
Are you excited to install macOS Monterey on your Mac? The release date for MacOS Monterey is Monday, October 25, and whether you’re thinking of installing it right away, or after some time passes, you might want to take a few measures ahead of time to get your Mac ready for the new system software … Read More
The Google Chrome browser address bar doubles as a search bar, and as you’ve probably noticed by now it will keep a history of your visited links, URLs, and searches. These URLs and searches then come up as suggestions when you access the Chrome search/address bar again, particularly when you type anything that is close … Read More
The latest macOS Monterey RC release includes new four new wallpapers that also debuted on the newly redesigned MacBook Pro, but you don’t have to run macOS Monterey or get a new MacBook Pro to enjoy the desktop backgrounds.
Apple has issued a second release candidate build for macOS Monterey, just days before the final version is to be available to all Mac users with a macOS Monterey compatible Mac. The macOS Monterey RC 2 build is 21A559, and it’s reasonable to expect this will match the final version available next week for all … Read More
Some MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and MacBook users may have noticed their computers are draining battery even when the Mac is sleeping and not in use. This seems like a peculiar issue, but it turns out there there may be an explanation. A simple way to diagnose this issue is by going to Apple … Read More
Apple played a fun song leading into their October 18 redesigned MacBook Pro debut event which was composed entirely of sound effects captured from 45 years of Apple products. If you’re a longtime Apple fan you’ll undoubtedly recognize many of the sounds, from boot chimes, alerts, ringtones, chargers plugging in, and so much more.
Apple has announced an all new redesigned MacBook Pro, available in either 14″ and 16″ mini-LED display sizes, and featuring new Apple Silicon processors, mini-LED display with ProMotion, a 1080p front facing web camera, an HDMI port and SD card slot, and the return of MagSafe for charging. The new Mac models include powerful architecture … Read More
Apple has issued Release Candidates for macOS Monterey for Mac, iOS 15.1 for iPhone, and iPadOS 15.1 for iPad. The RC builds are available now, and the final versions of these system software releases are set to be launched next Monday, October 25, when the newly redesigned MacBook Pro is available.
Apple has released new beta versions of macOS Monterey, iOS 15.1, iPadOS 15.1, watchOS 8.1, and tvOS 15.1. MacOS Monterey is beta 10, while the others are beta 4. It’s assumed that macOS Monterey will receive a launch date at the October 18 Apple Event, and likely arrive finalized soon after that. iOS 15.1 and … Read More
Apple has announced an Apple Event for October 18, 2021, at 10 AM PDT. The virtual event will be watchable online via the Apple website and the Apple TV app. According to rumors, a redesigned MacBook Pro is to be expected, possibly alongside other updated Mac hardware. The new MacBook Pro is expected to be … Read More
iOS 15.0.2 and iPadOS 15.0.2 have been released with bug fixes and security updates for for the iPhone and iPad. The update resolves an issue where Photos could be deleted if an iMessage thread was deleted, where AirTags might not appear in the Find My app, and resolves an issue with device updates through Finder … Read More
New beta versions of system software were released by Apple today for users in the beta testing programs. This includes macOS Monterey beta 9, iOS 15.1 beta 3, iPadOS 15.1 beta 3, watchOS 8.1 beta 3, and tvOS 15.1 beta 3. The new beta updates arrive as Apple continues to finalize macOS Monterey before its … Read More
The latest versions of Safari on Mac apply a color tint effect to the tab toolbar. This shifts the browser window towards the color of the webpage in view, giving it a sort of transparent look. The color effect applies to the area of the search / URL bar, back/forward buttons, tabs, bookmark buttons, and … Read More
Apple is marking the tenth anniversary of Steve Jobs passing with a homepage takeover with numerous photographs, a great short video with some of Mr Jobs most memorable quotes, and a moving note from the Jobs family. Anyone can watch the video, read the Jobs family statement, and check out the photos of Steve by … Read More
Safari for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 received a pretty significant visual overhaul, and one very obvious change is that the Safari browser screens tab bar and navigation/search bar now have a color effect that tints the Safari interface towards the color of the webpage in view. If you’d like to disable the Safari color … Read More
Want to downgrade from iOS 15 and revert back to iOS 14, but you’re concerned about losing data? Want to remove iOS/iPadOS 15 from your iPhone or iPad, but you don’t want to go through the restore process? While many users may be familiar with the typical methods of downgrading iOS/iPadOS betas by relying on … Read More