Apple put chipmakers on notice with the M-series processor, and provided a booster shot once again with the M-series Pro and Max chips. But, while the horsepower and capabilities of a computer are all great, some folks out there who would love to use an Apple silicon-based Mac simply can't because Windows can't be run on them. Yet.
Getting a little bit bored with the stock Lock Screen experience on your jailbroken iPhone or iPad?
If you answered yes to that question, then we don’t blame you. After all, being jailbroken means that you get to customize parameters of your device such as the Lock Screen to your heart’s content.
iCloud for Windows has been around for a stretch already, but there's one feature missing that some iOS/Windows users have been requesting: iCloud Keychain. And it looks like support is finally on the way.
While we're waiting for Windows virtualization solutions from the likes of Parallels, Docker and others, 19-year-old YouTube producer and checkra1n tinkerer Martin Nobel jumped through hoops to virtualize the ARM edition of Windows 10 on Apple's new Mac mini with the M1 chip.
Apple's App Store has seen plenty of criticism over the years, but the backlash from major companies has started ramping up as of late. And Microsoft's not shying away, either.
According to a report Tuesday from an Italian blog, Apple may have a new app for Windows 10 PCs in the works that could release on the Windows Store soon.
For those who need (or want!) to use Windows, but prefer Apple hardware, Boot Camp has made it possible to use Microsoft's desktop operating system on Apple's computers for years. But that is coming to an end soon.
Microsoft is launching a new app in preview that is specifically designed to help parents and guardians monitor their children's gaming sessions on the Xbox.
Is your display distorted when running Windows 10 on your Mac? If so, there's nothing to worry about because that's a known issue and Apple has now offered a simple fix for it.
What's next for Apple when it comes to Microsoft's Windows desktop operating system? Apps. And it looks like the company wants to find the right people to help with that.
Microsoft has already announced a lot today. Updates to its "traditional" Surface Pro and Surface Laptop lineups, and even introduced a new Surface Pro X with a larger 13-inch display. But now it's the real deal: Microsoft's dual-screen device.
If you aren't a fan of Microsoft's Surface Pro 7 (or the Surface Laptop 3), how about the Surface Pro X?