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.
Will there be a MacBook Air with a notch? According to a source, the next MacBook Air coming in 2022 will indeed feature a notched display for a more seamless look.
One of the things Apple executives have been pretty consistent about, even as macOS and iOS blur some lines with each new iteration, is the idea that the company is not trying to merge the two platforms. Meaning, a Mac is going to remain a Mac, and the iPad will continue to be whatever iPadOS defines it as. Of course, that could very well change down the road, but, for now, it appears Apple doesn't have any plans to change that.
There is a lot of power in an M1-equipped Mac, whether that's the newest 24-inch iMac, the 13-inch MacBook Pro, or even the MacBook Air. However, there are some limitations, too. Natively, an M1 MacBook is unable to output to a pair of external monitors at the same time. But Hyper is here with a fix.
When will Apple release the next MacBook Air notebook, powered by its next-generation silicon? If you ask a reliable analyst, the notebook is approximately a year away from today.
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.
Not too long ago, I asked how your desk has changed since the start of all this work-from-home fervor started. With so many day-to-day routines changing, it only made sense that some folks' workstations --whether temporary or permanent-- had changed over the last year or so.
It feels like forever ago now, but I once had a desktop. Something I'd use every single day by saddling up to a desk and typing away on a wired, less-than-great keyboard. A mouse and not a trackpad. Part of those years was as a kid, either with an early day Mac or early day PC, and most of that time was spent playing old computer games.
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 12-inch MacBook was a pretty popular laptop for Apple, thanks to its size, portability, and fan-less design, among other things. However, the butterfly keyboard brought the overall appeal down over time. Eventually Apple would discontinue the small laptop, apparently giving up on the option altogether.
Over the last year and some change, what going to work looks like has changed quite a bit for a lot of people. What used to be a daily grind with traffic and public transport, or parking, or whatever else it might've been, now relies more on stable WiFi and kids not barging in on us during a Zoom call. But, what about our desks?
Last year, Apple updated its support document regarding cleaning the company's products. At the time it was a pretty big change, letting device owners know they could clean their iPhone(s) with disinfecting wipes. But, as noted in a newly updated document, there's another important bit to be aware of.