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Apple iMac 2021 to feature similar colors as the iPad Air, new Mac Pro also in the works

This year, Apple is expected to launch a slew of new Mac devices powered by its in-house ARM-based chips. The company is speculated to bring new MacBook Pro models powered by the more powerful versions of the M1 silicon chip. A new leak now suggests that we could also see the arrival of new iMac...

The new Macbook Pro could come with an HDMI port and SD Card reader

Fresh rumors about the upcoming MacBook Pro suggest that Apple may add an HDMI port and an SD card reader on the devices. The new information comes from popular Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who also suggests that the company might launch the two new MacBook Pro models in the second half of 2021. "We predict that...

Apple M1 Macs face their first malware via an adware extension

A lot of people might argue that Mac is comparatively safer than Windows. While that is largely true, the past few years have seen a steady increase which has become a cause of concern. A new malware has now been spotted, which is said to be the first such malicious piece of software targeting Apple's...

Upcoming Apple MacBook Pro could feature flat edges similar to the iPhone 12

With Apple’s own in-house chipset receiving positive feedback from customers, the company is now said to be working on more powerful Mac products. We already know that at least two new notebooks, the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16, are expected to arrive later this year. Today, we have some more information regarding the...

Apple working on thinner, more powerful MacBook Air alongside new MacBook Pro with SD card slot

We’ve already heard a few rumors about Apple’s upcoming MacBook products for 2021. Last week, we heard that the company is working on new MacBook Pro models (14-inch and 16-inch) that could launch this year with newer and more powerful ARM-based in-house chips. It has also been speculated that these might ditch the Touch Bar...

Linux can now be run on the Mac Mini with Apple Silicon

Ever since Apple launched its new Macs with the company's new high-performance ARM chips, third-party software developers have been hard at work getting alternative operating systems up and running on the new hardware. Early last month, a few developers booted Windows 10 and Fedora Linux on an M1 Mac via virtualization, but the biggest breakthrough...

Apple MacBook Pro 16, MacBook Pro 14 may bring back the MagSafe magnetic charger

Apple began updating its Mac lineup with the new ARM-based M1 chipset last year. Ever since then, there have been rumors that the company is working on new and more powerful variants of the processor to power more products in the future. A new report now suggests that Apple is indeed working on two new...

Discussion: What are you most looking forward to in 2021?

2020 definitely gave us much more than what we wanted. While it can unanimously be called more bitter than sweet, the tech industry saw major advancements. Last week, we asked you about your favorite smartphone features of 2020 and your favorite smartphone of 2020 and received some exceptional responses. But since we are already in...

Apple Silicon chips with desktop beating performance expected to be on their way

Apple seems to have only scratched the surface with its new M1 chip that it introduced last month. A new report now suggests that the Cupertino giant is already testing more powerful chipsets that can arrive as soon as early next year. In a bid to shift from Intel to its own Apple Silicon platform, the...

Developers boot Windows 10 and Linux via virtualization on Apple Silicon Mac

Ever since Apple announced its custom ARM-based chipset for the Mac lineup, the Apple M1 SoC, modding enthusiasts have waited for the platform to be blown wide open. Users have theorized for a long time now whether it would be possible to boot Windows or standard Linux distributions on ARM Macs. After all, the mainline...

Apple shifts from Intel to ARM with the M1 SoC in the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro 13, and Mac Mini

As promised, Apple at its ‘One More Thing’ event has officially launched its custom ARM-based chipset for its Mac lineup. The new M1 is the first Apple Silicon system-on-chip (SoC) that is designed based on the company’s successful ARM-based mobile chips seen on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Apple had first spoken about its...