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A recent patent application suggests that Apple could be bringing Face ID, or Face ID-like capabilities to Mac computers.
A recent report from Taiwan suggests that Apple is planning on launching a 5G MacBook in 2020. Check out the details of this first report on the topic!
A macOS 10.14.6 Supplemental Update is available to install which has been released to fix those issues where Mac computers fail to wake up from sleep.
A new report citing unnamed sources from the supply chain claims that Apple will unveil the 16-inch MacBook Pro in September.
The same research firm analyst that predicted earlier today the foldable Microsoft Surface tablet is now focusing on Apple's rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro.
After discontinuing iTunes on the latest version of its desktop OS, macOS Catalina, Apple has published a document explaining the changes.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, everything seen during the last WWDC that presented the new Mac Pro, watchOS 6, iOS 13, iPadOS and more.
The next generation desktop operating system for Mac computers and laptops is version 10.15, known as macOS Catalina. It was announced at WWDC 2019 and will be available this fall as a free software update for Macs introduced in mid-2012 or later.
As rumors suggested, Apple has killed off iTunes, and, instead, is replacing it with standalone apps. The new Music app will offer access to your tunes, as well as Apple’s Music offering. With the new Apple TV app users will be able to watch movies and TV shows, and, of course, Apple TV+, while the Podcasts app will bring all [...]
Apple is preparing to kill iTunes, according to several reports, of which the most recent one also details other announcements we should expect.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about China's new ban to countries that have attacked Huawei, iPhone XIR design and more.
macOS 10.15, to be unveiled on June 3, will bring a new Music and a new TV app, as these leaked screenshots indicate, with a new design and approach.
This year's Apple WWDC 2019 developer conference will kick off with a keynote as the invites sent out reveal the date for June 3.
Apple has updated its notebook line-up and has announced updated MacBook Pro computers that now get 6- and 8-core processors.
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the changes in the camera of the new iPhone XI, Samsung's statement on Broken Galaxy Fold & more
A 31.6-inch iMac will be coming this year, according to a recent report, which also predicts iPad and MacBook Pro plans Apple has.
In an official company statement, Apple has acknowledged the MacBook Pro keyboard problems users were having with the butterfly construction.
Apple announced that iOS 12.2 and macOS 10.14.4 are going to roll out to devices later today. They will bring support for the new services, among others
With Apple Arcade, subscribers will be able to access a curated catalogue of games, start playing them on one device, and continue on another.
The Windows Defender security suite that comes bundled with Windows has been renamed today to Microsoft Defender as it will be available for macOS.
One old model is being carried over for the base tier, but overall, the iMac is getting up to six Intel cores for its business.
Developers can sign up to head to San Jose through March 20. What will get teased out for future software updates to IPhones, iPads and more?
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