We didn't get any new products or an event, but the week was filled with interesting Apple news. Here's everything you might have missed this week.
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The minor update seems aimed entirely at security fixes, though we don't have details about what they are just yet.
A new Bloomberg report claims that Apple is working on a 'rugged' case as an option for the Apple Watch.
When Apple released the M1 Macs, they also changed the boot modes that were available with Intel Macs. Learn what you need to do to get into Recovery Mode and other boot modes—and also what procedures are now gone.
Apple has a lot of original content on the way for its subscription streaming video service. Here's what you'll soon (and eventually) be able to watch.
Sticky Keys makes it easier to perform key combinations, while Slow Keys can better align your typing style and your results. Here’s how they work.
Apple could simply be cleaning up its labels, but Apple also likes to make naming changes when new hardware is coming.
Here are the major points that have been rumored for the iPhone that will be released in the fall of 2021.
The latest mac OS 11.3 Big Sur beta has a reference to two new iMac models, suggesting a refresh is imminent.
The free iWork suite of apps gets a lot of useful updates to help you be more productive.
The latest iOS update adds several welcome new features to your iPhone.
The macOS Big Sur 11.3 beta has a new preference setting called Controller Emulation that lets you use a keyboard and mouse to perform the same functions on a game controller.
Apple's butterfly keyboards have long been the cause of grief among MacBook users. Now a class-action lawsuit may give them money in return forfor their troubles.
Choose which preferences appear in the System Preferences app. The ones you hide still remain fully available.
The Macalope would advise Intel to quit wasting its time and money on defensive ad campaigns and just focus on what it does—or used to do best.
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