Mac customers have been painfully aware that the Bluetooth protocol is a bag of hurt. Various unreliability issues that have been plaguing owners of the new M1 Mac computers only exacerbate the underlying problem. But Apple may be fixing unreliable Bluetooth connections on Apple silicon Macs with the upcoming release of the macOS Big Sur 11.2 software update.
It's been awhile since Apple launched macOS 11 Big Sur to the public. Now, the company has released the design kit for its latest desktop operating system, albeit with limited support.
Earlier this week, Apple seeded the latest developer (and public) beta of macOS 11.2 Big Sur. It didn't come with any major forward facing new features, but it did appear to take one away. It was just a rumor at the time, but now it appears it's officially official.
One of the strengths of the M1-equipped Mac models out there (which are a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and the Mac mini) is the ability to run iOS apps. However, a change in the latest beta suggests there may be a limitation on the way.
Apple is still working on the next update for its major platforms, and today the company seeded the latest beta towards that goal.
Back in October, one of the most popular third-party camera apps, Halide, welcomed one of the app's biggest updates. Now, Halide Mark II, remains one of the go-to options for folks who want to venture beyond the stock camera app.
It has been in the works for awhile now, but Apple has finally launched the App Store privacy labels for apps available in the digital storefront.
Hot on the heels of releasing iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3 to the public, Apple also updated macOS, tvOS, and watchOS for good measure.
Apple Music is looking to spice things up a bit, and not just with the music. It looks like the next big update for iOS 14 will welcome a new feature for the streaming service.
Apple released macOS 11 Big Sur to the public in November. Now, Apple is marching forward with the next software update for the desktop operating system.
Apple released macOS 11 Big Sur to the public earlier this month. Now, it's time to prepare for the next update.
Fantastical is one of the most popular productivity apps out there, and it's just received one of its biggest updates to date.