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.
Legal sharks are circling around Apple, investigating reports of unexpected M1 MacBook screen cracks which many affected customers claim occur during normal usage.
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.
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.
If the rumor mill is to be believed, Apple is gearing up for some major hardware redesigns for its MacBook lineup. We've been hearing about a redesigned MacBook Pro for quite some time, and a new MacBook Air is said to be on the way, too. And today, a legendary analyst is fanning the flames.
The iPad is no stranger to flying the friendly skies. The iPad Pro especially, with the newest model --equipped with Apple's custom M1 processor-- taking flight as a necessary tool for JetBlue pilots. And now Delta Air Lines is getting in on the fun as well.
Apple's colorful iMac ships with redesigned Magic Keyboards that you couldn't buy as a standalone accessory, until today. Versions with and without Touch ID are available, with the former requiring an Apple silicon Mac to function.
Expectations are high for a new Apple Watch. The rumor mill has painted a picture of an upcoming redesign that could breathe new life into the smartwatch (as if it really needs it). And today we are one step closer to having that device launch into the real world.
Adobe's added support for Apple silicon-powered Mac computers to Premiere Pro, Character Animator and Media Encoder, allowing these creative apps to run at full speed on M1 Macs.
It isn't just students getting iPad models this year. Once again, flight crew on a major airline are getting some Apple-branded hardware. This time around, it's the pilots getting the goods.
Apple is said to be working on a significant redesign for the MacBook Pro lineup, working with a new 16-inch variant expected to arrive later this year. (Apple already introduced an M1-based 13-inch MacBook Pro.) Now, a new rumor aims to shine a bit more light on one of those incoming changes.
Qualcomm is still a leader in chip technologies for a range of products, and that probably won't change in the near future. Mostly because there are other companies out there that need chips of all types besides Apple. But while Apple is making strides, and huge improvements, in this market, Qualcomm's chief executive believes his company can overtake Apple.