Apple continues to refine Safari tabs on iPad and Mac, with the latest iPadOS and macOS betas reverting to the old design with proper styling, spacers between tabs and no color matching.
Along with the unveiling of the redesigned 14-inch MacBook Pro, Apple also revealed the all-new 16-inch MacBook Pro at its "Unleashed" event on Monday, October 18, 2021. While many of the specifications for the slightly larger laptop are similar to its smaller brethren, there are some noteworthy differences. And, as usual, it all comes down to just how much power you need. And how much you're willing to spend to get it.
On Monday, October 28, 2021, Apple hosted a pretty quick event, unleashing a brand new, redesigned 14-inch MacBook Pro and a few other things, too. Plenty of the rumors regarding the new hardware were spot on, save for a few missed spots. Like the fact the new laptops are only available in Space Gray and silver again, so new color options. Other than that, though, Apple upgraded just about everything else in these laptops, offering up a truly pro-level experience for those in the market for this type of hardware.
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.
Today, Apple got around to unleashing what it has been working on for quite some time. And what the rumor mill has been trying its very hardest to reveal for almost as long. The company has taken the wrapping off the newest MacBook Pro models in its lineup, revealing what pro users can expect to get their hands on in short order to get things done.
The Finder on a Mac is the first thing to appear after booting, and it lets you access files, folders, applications, and more. Sometimes, after an update, or due to other reasons, the Finder can freeze or not respond. This can be very frustrating as you need the Finder to function properly if you want to get any work done.
Apple has relocated Safari's favorites section in the latest betas of iPadOS and macOS, putting it back right above the tab bar where it used to be before the controversial redesign.
Earlier this year, when Apple unveiled macOS Monterey 12 to the world, one of the major bullet points in the features column was "Universal Control." It quickly became one of the more anticipated elements of the desktop operating system, which will let users use a single keyboard and mouse/trackpad across multiple devices. But Apple's making sure to set expectations (at least a little) ahead of the public launch.
If you've run into issues trying to update your iPhone or iPad on a Mac, try installing Apple's Device Support Update that's now available via the Software Update feature on Big Sur.
References to “High Power Mode” discovered in macOS Monterey hint at a new performance-focused feature for Mac notebooks designed to maximize performance while on battery power.
Just like your iPhone, your Mac has FaceTime, Messages, and other apps for connecting with family, friends, and colleagues. For a more streamlined experience, you might want to transfer and/or sync your contacts from iPhone to Mac. With mobile numbers and email addresses available on your computer, making video calls or sending iMessages become quick and convenient.
So, let us show you the five ways to sync and import contacts from iPhone to Mac.
Earlier today, Apple released iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and tvOS 15 to the public. We're still waiting for the other big update, though. macOS 12 Monterey is still waiting in the wings, which will bring with it plenty of new features to the desktop OS. But today, Apple's dangling a carrot for all of us waiting for that new software.