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With the iPhone 13 here, here’s what we want to see from Apple’s Mac event

Apple revealed the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max in September, during its California Streaming event. The new iPhones, which run iOS 15, were announced along with the iPad Mini 6th Gen and the affordable iPad 9th Gen. We had higher hopes for Apple's annual iPhone event as...

iWork update brings new features for Keynote, Pages, and Numbers

Apple has updated its iWork suite, bringing several new features across Keynote, Pages, and Numbers. In a press release, the Cupertino giant announced the new changes, which were made available to everyone on the spot. While some features are iOS 15 or macOS Monterey exclusive, users on older versions can still take advantage of some...

A complete guide to Shortcuts on macOS

We rely on technology to make our lives easier, to take shortcuts and avoid longer routes. But even through the use of tech, there are ways to simplify our workflows even further, whether we’re students or employees. Shortcuts is a first-party Apple app that was first introduced in iOS 12. This extraordinarily capable app has...

XDA Basics: How to use AirPlay on Mac

Macs, the personal computers loved by students and office workers alike, are finally getting a feature that has been requested by many -- AirPlay support. While there's always been third-party app workarounds, macOS 12 Monterey will bring native AirPlay support to the Mac later this fall. Apple’s implementation is a seamless, transparent one, making it...

XDA Basics: How to update your Mac

Macs are becoming increasingly more popular, and with education discounts, college students may come across some pretty tempting deals. macOS is what makes the Mac so great -- it’s a hybrid of simple and powerful. Getting started with the OS is nowhere as complicated as other desktop operating systems, and it’s just smooth to use. This...

XDA Basics: How to record the screen on a Mac

Macs are becoming more and more popular amongst desktop users. Whether you’re a student, teacher, or any other office worker, Macs are a great pick for productivity, studies and work alike. And Apple’s Education Discounts only make buying a new Mac more tempting. But you must be wondering, how do I record my new Mac’s...

SharePlay won’t be available with the iOS 15 update at launch

Apple has decided to delay the availability of SharePlay, one of the most exciting features of iOS 15. The feature won’t be part of the initial public release of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, tvOS 15, and macOS Monterey coming this fall, the company has confirmed. Apple has already disabled (via The Verge) SharePlay in the sixth...

Apple rolls back some Safari design changes in macOS Monterey beta

When Apple announced its next-gen operating systems back in June, it said that it's going to redesign Safari in macOS Monterey. One of the things that's set to change is the tab experience, which was seen in the first developer beta. One thing that went away was the address bar, something that people apparently weren't too...

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...

Safari gets a reimagined UI on macOS, extensions on iOS and iPadOS

Today at the WWDC 2021 keynote, Apple announced macOS 12 Monterey. While some of it is about features that we're getting on iOS, like new FaceTime features, there's also a lot that's coming to Safari. And on macOS, Safari has been totally redesigned. Apple said that it rethought the entire browser experience with Safari on macOS....