Apple hit with class-action lawsuit over M1 MacBook display issues

Apple is not a stranger to any sort of legal action against it. And that, unfortunately, includes class-action lawsuits brought against it by its own customers. That usually happens when it comes to some kind of perceived issues with Apple's business practices and/or hardware issues with its devices. Which is the case this time around as well.

Hacker 08Tc3wBB plans to present and publish a kernel exploit for M1-equipped Macs

Apple hasn’t held back from being vocal about the performance and security of its proprietary M1 chip – the tried-and-true powerhouse found inside of several different Mac computer models and even the highest-end 2021 iPad Pro. But as it would seem, not even the venerable M1 chip is hack proof…

Hacker and ZecOps security researcher @08Tc3wBB, known for contributions to the jailbreak community in the form of exploits that have been used in tools such as unc0ver by Pwn20wnd, appears to have made a momentous breakthrough with respect to the M1 chip.

Refurbished Mac mini with M1 and 10GB ethernet now available from Apple

Apple's lineup of refurbished products is healthy, and it's a solid way to pick up a new-to-you device without forking over the full retail price. Of course, the hard part is waiting for the refurbished product to actually launch in Apple's refurbished digital storefront. For folks out there waiting for the Mac mini with M1 processor and 10GB ethernet port, the wait is over.