The Mac trade-in program could start on June 15 in the U.S. and on June 18 in Canada.
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Sonny Dickson has reported that Apple is planning to announce new iMacs at WWDC, possibly adopting a new slim-bezel design.
A new Bloomberg report says Apple will announce a transition away from Intel at WWDC in June.
New colors to match the summer season.
The patent, filed in 2018, may be just the thing for a pandemic-stricken world.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has released an open letter to address the current unrest due to the killing of George Floyd.
You can now use more types of physical security keys to unlock your Google account on Apple devices.
A new rumor says the iPad Air will be dumping the Lightning port in favor of USB-C.
The message of support has taken over the For You, Browse, and Radio sections, but you can still use Search and access your Library.
After the COVID-19 focused 13.5 release, this smaller update may pave the way for future devices and features.
Apple releases important security patches: iOS and iPadOS 13.51, watchOS 6.2.6, tvOS 13.4.6, and macOS 10.15.5
The small update is recommended for all users.
Apple has begun selling refurbished iPhone XR models through its online store, but even with a $120 discount, you're better off spending your money elsewhere.
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The macOS Catatina 10.15.5 update is now available with Battery Health Management, FaceTime updates and more
You now have the option to stop user zoom in group FaceTime calls using your Mac.
Fitbit has launched a new survey that aims to help detect COVID-19 in Fitbit users before symptoms show up.
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