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There's really no reason anymore for Apple to hold another event after the September iPhone event.
So-called 'malvertising' is the exact reason why Apple wants you to use its App Store.
While we're all waiting for Apple to unveil its long-rumoured AR/VR headset, a new report claims Apple is silently targeting another competitor with a less-obvious effort.
A new report claims Apple is working on a new model with a ProMotion display and M2 Pro/Max chip.
Apple has released an update to Boot Camp, which allows Intel-based Macs to run Windows.
Apple is rumoured to be moving to a 3nm process, which could be good news for the MacBook Pro and Mac mini.
In an interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook says he "could not be more excited about the opportunities in the [AR] space. Sort of stay tuned and you will see what we have to offer."
MIT CSAIL found that the M1 implementation of Pointer Authentication can be overcome with a hardware attack that the researchers developed.
Apple has made significant progress on the project, to a point where it could be revealed to the public "within the next several months."
Apple has announced through a support document that macOS Server, its operating system for server hardware, has been discontinued.
Apple has patched the DazzleSpy exploit in macOS but the threat is real.
The M1 Pro and M1 Max might still have that new-chip smell, but that's not stopping Apple from moving ahead with the next generation of processors.
Microsoft revealed that the collaboration features in Microsoft 365 are now available in Office 2021, allowing “real-time” co-authoring of documents.
Here is what you need to know about Apple’s current version of the Mac operating system.