Apple today confirmed an official release date for the highly anticipated macOS Monterey update. In the press release for its new MacBook Pros, the company noted that macOS Monterey will be available to the public on October 25.
One developer's decided to pay a creative tribute to Steve Jobs on the tenth anniversary of his passing by turning a vintage iMac G4 all-in-one desktop into a modern Apple silicon system.
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.
Within months, Apple should launch a redesigned version of the lone Intel-based Mac mini with the M1X chip, additional ports and other perks.
Technically speaking, Spotify users who upgraded their computer to a Mac outfitted with Apple's custom M1 processor didn't lose support for the music streaming service's desktop app. However, the official, public version doesn't natively support Apple's new chip architecture right now. But it looks like that will be changing soon.
Apple's ecosystem isn't just about one device. It's about finding the right way to work across all the different Apple-branded products on your desk. And with two new features coming soon to macOS 12 Monterey (and, technically, iPadOS 15), it's getting a bit easier.
Apple's transition to its own M1 processor for the Mac (and iPad Pro!) lineup has gone pretty smoothly so far. However, things may start to get a bit rocky as the company continues to lean away from Intel's processors. Namely, when it comes to features.
Earlier today, Apple officially unveiled the next major software updates for its platforms at this year's WWDC. It shouldn't surprise anyone that a large range of Apple's devices support updating to the upcoming updates. So you can find a list below of the supported devices that will be updated later this year.
With this year's Worldwide Developers Conference set to start next week, we're going to get a lot of answers for questions floating around out there. Of course, one of those questions is what Apple plans on calling the next version of its desktop operating system. It's always fun to watch Apple unveil it, and this year will probably be no different.
According to a new report, Apple has been developing a more powerful Mac mini around the same chip as the next MacBook Pro to replace its high-end Intel-based counterpart.
Customer retention is important to companies, including Apple. (That's why iMessage isn't on Android.) But it's also good to sweep new customers off their feet, too. Which is apparently what's happening for Mac and iPad, at least in the second fiscal quarter of this year.
Tim Cook recently confirmed that the public launch of iOS 14.5 is happening soon. However, there's still time for more betas so the company can keep working out the kinks.