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Best docking stations for MacBook Pro in 2021: Belkin, Brydge, CalDigit, and more

Apple stripped down the I/O on its MacBook Pro range to just Thunderbolt ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack combo back in 2016. While that was an inconvenience to users, the only solution to add more ports was to buy dongles or invest in a good docking station. Today Thunderbolt offers a wide bandwidth of...

These are the best portable monitors for Mac: Lenovo, HP, ViewSonic and more

Having a dual monitor setup is super convenient as it helps boost your productivity, especially if you have to deal with multiple apps. Today you're no longer limited to large clunky monitors planted on your desk as there are quite a few portable options that can be carried around for an on-the-go dual monitor setup. Today...

Mac FAQs: How to fix common problems with macOS

If you've just switched over to Mac, you've probably got some questions. We're here to answer them. Coming over from Windows, there are a lot of things that can be confusing. Moreover, you might run into some problems that you weren't expecting in macOS, and that's always the most frustrating thing. In our previous post, we...

iMac vs MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro vs Mac Mini: Which M1 Mac is right for me?

Apple Silicon continues to make its way into various Mac machines. First, it was added to the MacBook Air, the MacBook Pro, and the Mac mini. Then it arrived in the 24-inch iMac. The company now has a total of four computers powered by its M1 chip, leading to the question -- which M1 Mac...

These Apple devices are eligible for iOS 15, macOS Monterey, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8

Today was a big day in the world of Apple news. At its annual WWDC 2021 developer conference, Apple unveiled new versions of its operating systems for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. The latest versions of each are iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8, and the first developer preview beta...

These are the Best Macs right now: MacBook Air, M1 iMac, and more!

Apple doesn't make too many products, so if you've already decided on getting a Mac, you're halfway towards buying the thing you want. Now you just have to decide which Mac you're going to get. Steve Jobs famously divided the Mac lineup into four quadrants. There's laptop and desktop, and for each one, there's consumer...

New Apple Silicon chips reportedly blow the M1 away

It was WWDC last year that Apple announced its plan to transition its Mac lineup to its custom ARM processors over the course of two years. It introduced a MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini with the Apple M1 that fall. According to a new report from Bloomberg, the new Apple Silicon is going...

How to run Windows 10 on an Apple Silicon Mac

Ever since Boot Camp was introduced on Macs back in 2006, it hasn't been an uncommon task to run Windows on a Mac. Boot Camp allowed users to dual-boot macOS and Windows, running both operating systems on bare metal hardware. That changes with Apple Silicon. Despite the fact that both Windows 10 and macOS run on...

Upcoming MacBook Air redesign hugely inspired by new iMac

Apple will reportedly introduce a significant redesign to the MacBook Air, with the biggest change being getting rid of the tapered design. The tapered unibody design has been a staple of the series since its introduction in 2008, but the upcoming model will instead more closely match the iMac and MacBook Pro. A video posted by...

Apple’s MacBook Air might come in pretty colors like the new iMac

Last month, Apple introduced a new 24-inch iMac that comes in pretty colors, a throwback to the famous iMac G3 from 1998. Now, Jon Prosser, who first leaked the fact that the iMac would come in colors, is saying the same about the MacBook Air. Prosser's Front Page Tech show said that his source was the...

Surface Laptop 4 ad once again has Microsoft taking shots at Apple

Microsoft is once again back with a Surface ad that pokes fun at Apple. The commercial stars the familiar character from the most recent run of Surface ads. This time, it's the brand new Surface Laptop 4 against the MacBook Air. The usual host brought along his sister, who immediately complains about the lack of a...

You can now run Windows 10 on ARM on Apple Silicon Macs

Apple is currently in the process of moving on from Intel x86 processors to their own, ARM-based silicon on their computers and laptops. And the transition so far has been shockingly painless. However, one feature of Macs that has not been able to make it to the ARM side is Boot Camp, the utility that...