‘Apple wants to replace key Broadcom chips with own designs’
Apple plans to replace third-party processors from Broadcom and Qualcomm with proprietary designs, Bloomberg reports based on insider sources.
According to Bloomberg, the tech giant plans to start phasing out Broadcom's wifi and bluetooth processors from 2025. Apple reportedly won't touch Broad... Read more
Apple’s butterfly keyboard fiasco results in $50M settlement
Apple agrees to compensate users of its butterfly keyboard with a $50M settlement. Apple was allegedly aware of faults and failures while shipping the designs.
Multiple Apple customers started a class action lawsuit in the states of Florida, California, Michigan, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, ... Read more
Apple launches macOS Ventura public beta
Apple released the public beta of its latest operating system version, macOS Ventura.
Apple announced the OS in June. Brian Heater, Hardware Editor at TechCrunch, took the new OS for a spin and reported his findings in an article on Monday. Heater was most impressed with Continuity Camera, a br... Read more
macOS Ventura adds productivity tools and connectivity features
The latest version of Apple's operating system makes life a lot easier for Mac users.
Apple this week announced the release of macOS Ventura, the latest version of their desktop operating system. The new version "takes the Mac experience to a whole new level," Apple says.
Foremost among the... Read more
Apple begins testing on new Macs with next-gen M2 chips
Bloomberg News reported on Thursday that Apple has started internal testing of multiple Mac models with next-generation M2 CPUs, citing developer logs.
According to the logs validated by persons familiar with the subject, Apple is testing at least nine Mac models with four unique M2-based CPUs -... Read more
iOS 16 expected to bring major update to notifications
Bloomberg reports that the upcoming iOS 16 release will have significant improvements for notifications.
Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman forecasts that Apple isn't planning any major changes for iOS 16. However, as always, the version will come with new features. Gurman expects that Apple will fo... Read more
Apple will reportedly launch updated MacBooks with the new M2 chip
Apple is presumably working on two new MacBooks using the M2 processor, which might be released as soon as this year.
The company's product development plans were revealed on Thursday by 9to5Mac, which cited people with knowledge of the situation.
Apple's latest MacBooks are powered by the M1... Read more
Chrome OS Flex gives older Macs and PCs a new lease on life
Google announced the early access launch of a new cloud-first operating system built for businesses and schools named Chrome OS Flex. It is said to have an easy installation process on PC and Macs. As networks become older, hardware management can get difficult and problematic, especially when you ... Read more
Apple owns a patent for a dual-screen, wireless charging laptop
Apple now holds the right for a dual-display MacBook, in what may be a flashback of an old tiff with Microsoft Windows and Google Chrome OS, or a new way to view laptops going forward. The patent was granted by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
According to Patently Apple, the patent includes ... Read more
Face ID could be coming to all Apple products in the near future
In the latest edition of his 'Power On' newsletter, Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman said that Apple is planning to bring Face ID to Mac. Gurman said in the newsletter that he believed Apple ultimately plans to make all of its products enabled by Face ID, including its low-end phones.
The journa... Read more