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The 6 best bluetooth and wireless portable keyboards of 2021

Our choice of the best portable keyboard overall is the Logitech K380 for its combination of portability, comfort, affordability, and beautiful design.Our list of recommendations covers several subcategories, including the best portable keyboard for Mac users, the best ergonomic option, and the best choice for mechanical keyboard fans.For more keyboard recommendations, check out our best keyboards buying guide.It's not so easy finding the best portable keyboard, as surprising as that sounds. I'v...
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Apple will replace the batteries that won't hold a charge in certain MacBook Pros for free

Apple Apple will replace batteries in MacBook Pro models from 2016 and 2017 that won't hold a charge. Apple said only "a very small number of customers" are affected by this issue.  This is not the company's first time issuing replacements for faulty batteries in its products.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple will replace batteries in MacBook Pro models from 2016 and 2017 that won't hold a charge.Some customers have reported that their laptops haven't been ab...
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Apple Now Has Over 1 Billion Active iPhones Worldwide, 1.65 Billion Total Devices

Alongside today's earnings release that saw Apple share record numbers thanks to strong iPhone, iPad, Mac, and services sales, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Reuters that Apple now has an active installed base of 1.65 billion devices, up from 1.5 billion devices in the year-ago quarter. Apple has also hit an ‌iPhone‌ milestone, reaching more than 1 billion active iPhones, up from 900 million in 2019. Apple's total active installed base includes ‌‌iPhone‌‌, iPod touch, ‌iPad‌, Mac, Apple TV, and App...
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What to Expect From Apple in 2021: New Apple Silicon Macs, iPhone 13, AirTags and More

We're expecting 2021 to be an exciting year for Apple thanks to a renewed focus on the Mac. Apple debuted the first Macs with Apple silicon chip in late 2020, and Apple's M1 chips turned out to be unexpectedly powerful, leaving us looking forward to what's next. New iMacs and MacBook Pro models are rumored for 2021, with even better Apple silicon chips in the works. We can also count on new iPhone 13 models, the Apple Watch Series 7, updated AirPods, a new Apple TV, and more. We've rounded up a...
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Apple Setup Issues: Apple Watch Verification Failed, HomePod Stuck on Configuring

Apple's status page shows an ongoing issue with "iCloud Account and Sign In" since early Christmas morning. The issue seems likely to be related to activation issues users having been experiencing on our forums. Most notably are a number of users complaining that their new Apple Watch is failing verification upon setup. Users have been in our forums. BeatCrazy writes:I realize it's Christmas morning and Apple's activation servers are probably on overload, but this still seems unnecessarily ...
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Eve Update Brings its HomeKit App to the Mac

Popular HomeKit accessory maker Eve has today announced that its app is now available for M1 Macs. Via an update, the Eve app can now run on Macs with an ‌M1‌ chip, allowing users to view their home, create scenes, and control accessories directly from a Mac. Apple forbids accessories from being added on the Mac, but otherwise the app works exactly the same as it does on iOS or iPadOS. Eve 5 has received a number of visual improvements, such as support for the iPhone 12 lineup's screen resol...
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iOS 14.3 Introduces App Privacy Labels in App Store

The iOS 14.3, iPadOS 14.3, and macOS Big Sur 11.1 updates that are live as of today introduce a new App Privacy labeling feature for the App Store and macOS ‌App Store‌, giving customers a way to determine what data an app collects about them before choosing to install it. Apple first introduced these labels at WWDC, and has given developers until now to prepare for them. Developers need to self-report details on the information that they collect to Apple, and Apple has now made this a requir...
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AppleCare+ Coverage for AirPods Max Headphones Costs $59

Customers who order Apple's newly announced $549 AirPods Max over-ear headphones can add AppleCare+ coverage for $59 when they buy through the Apple store. Every ‌AirPods Max‌ comes with one year of hardware repair coverage through its limited warranty and up to 90 days of complimentary tech support, but additional ‌‌AppleCare‌‌+ coverage gets up to two years of tech support and accidental damage coverage for the over-ear headphones from the purchase date. AppleCare+ for AirPods Max adds up ...
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Everything Announced at Today's Apple Event in 6 Minutes

Apple today held a third fall event, this time focused on Macs. Apple announced new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini models, all of which are equipped with the first Apple Silicon chip, the M1. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. It took Apple a little bit under an hour to introduce all of the new devices during the "One More Thing" event, but we've recapped all of the announcements in just six minutes for our readers who want quick but thorough overview of ...
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Here’s everything Apple announced at the “One More Thing” event today

Ready for more Apple news? Because it’s time for more Apple news. This morning the company hosted its third event in as many months, where they finally detailed how and why they’ll be shifting Macs to chips designed and built by Apple and showed off the first Macs that’ll make the jump. New MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini! Didn’t have time to catch it live? We get it. We’ve wrapped up everything announced this morning into one quick digest — find it below, and click through the links f...
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Apple says its new Macs will start instantly from sleep

At Apple’s ‘One more thing’ event today, the company launched both a brand new chip, the M1, and a range of new Macs. During the presentation there was a moment that caught my attention: Apple claimed the new Macs with M1 chips will start instantly from sleep. That’s right: if you have a brand new Mac, Apple expects you’ll be able to open the screen and it’ll flick immediately into life. This ‘start instantly from sleep’ feature was announced while company was discussing the crossover between th...
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Apple is about to reveal its big plan to make future Mac laptops more like the iPhone. Here's what to expect.

Crystal Cox/Business Insider Apple is holding a special event on November 10, where it's widely expected to unveil the first MacBooks to run on its Apple silicon chip. The move marks a big milestone for the Mac, giving Apple tighter control over the Mac's hardware and software experience. It also means all of Apple's major products will run on the same architecture, so iPhone apps will be able to run on the Mac. Apple is also rumored to be working on other products like over-ear headphone...
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The first Apple laptop powered by its all-new computer chip could be coming soon. Here's everything we know about it so far.

Apple Apple is holding an event on November 10, where it's expected to unveil the first Mac laptop to run on its recently announced Apple silicon chip. Apple unveiled its plan to move away from Intel processors and create its own custom chips for Mac computers at WWDC in June, a move that it says will give it greater control over the performance and features of future Macs. The switch will make it possible for iPhone and iPad apps to run natively on the Mac, and Apple is launching tools f...
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Apple is holding another big event next week where it could unveil the first MacBook powered by its new chip

Apple Apple announced on Monday that it will hold a special event on November 10. Analysts expect the company to unveil the first Mac product powered by its new Apple silicon chip. Apple announced that it's developing its own chips for the Mac back in June, but has not revealed any details about such products yet. It marks the third major product event Apple has held in the second half of 2020, coming after an iPhone launch event in October and an Apple Watch-focused event in September. V...
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Apple's Latest macOS Big Sur Beta References Unreleased Macs

New Macs are on the horizon, with Apple promising to release the first Mac with an Apple Silicon chip before the end of 2020, and Apple's latest macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 beta suggests we could see several Macs updated. Files in the macOS Big Sur beta discovered by HarckerTech on Twitter point to three unreleased models. The files are located in the /System/Library folder where Apple has bundles that identify different Mac models. Most of these files are for existing models, but MacHardwareTypes-2...
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Apple Event to Unveil First Apple Silicon Macs Could Happen on November 17

Apple will hold another digital event on November 17 to announce its first Apple Silicon powered Macs, according to frequent leaker Jon Prosser. Apple has already said that this year it intends to introduce the first Mac powered by an ‌Apple Silicon‌ chip instead of an Intel processor. One thing it hasn't revealed is the date it will be announced. According to Prosser's source, that date is November 17. "You should see this confirmed with an announcement on Tuesday, November 10," added Pross...
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Apple Arcade violates the same App Store policies that are keeping Xbox Game Pass and Google Stadia off of iOS, says former App Store leader

Apple CEO Tim Cook. AP Apple's iPhone and iPad App Store doesn't allow subscription-based gaming services like Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass and Google's Stadia.  The reason, according to former Apple App Store director Phil Shoemaker, is because "apps that compete against Apple’s services have a track record of problems getting through the App Store’s review process," a new House antitrust report said.  Shoemaker pointed to Apple Arcade, Apple's subscription-based gaming service, as a primar...
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Middle East's STARZPLAY Now Available Through Apple TV Channels

Dubai-based streaming video service STARZPLAY today announced that it is now available through Apple TV Channels. Starting today, customers in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Lebanon, Jordan, and Egypt can sign up for a seven-day free trial and subscribe directly to STARZPLAY in the Apple TV app for $11 per month. Apple TV Channels content can be streamed on demand or downloaded for offline viewing. STARZPLAY offers both Hollywood and Arabic movies, TV shows, do...
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Apple expands its independent repair program to Mac, after US antitrust investigation examined company’s repair policies

Apple is expanding its program that provides parts, resources and training to independent repair shops to now include support for Mac computers. The repair program was first announced last fall, with the goal of making it easier for consumers to repair their out-of-warranty iPhones by allowing them to use third-party shops, including small businesses, that would now have access to official repair parts and other tools. The program was meant to complement Apple’s existing network of over 5,000...
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Trump's WeChat ban could significantly hurt Apple's iPhone sales, says one of the most reliable Apple analysts (AAPL)

President Trump's executive order could have a significant impact on iPhone shipments if Apple is required to remove WeChat from the App Store, says analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. iPhone shipments could decline by up to 30%, although the reports do not make it explicitly clear whether this refers to shipments specifically in China or globally. A best case scenario for Apple would only see WeChat removed from the US App Store, not the global App Store, says Kuo. iPhone shipments would only see a decline...
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All of Apple's upcoming MacBooks running on its new chip may have just leaked (AAPL)

Apple reportedly has four new MacBook laptops in its future product lineup that will run on its new silicon, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. These include a 13.3-inch MacBook Pro, a new MacBook Air, a 14-inch MacBook Pro, and a 16-inch MacBook Pro. The 13.3-inch MacBook Pro is expected to be the first to launch, as the analyst says it could come in the fourth quarter of this year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple gave vague plans for the...
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Tom Hanks said the 'cruel whipmasters at Apple' made him do an interview in front of a blank wall so people couldn't scrutinize things in his home (AAPL)

Actor Tom Hanks discussed his new war movie "Greyhound" that will debut on Apple TV Plus in a recent interview with The Guardian. According to Hanks, Apple instructed him to use a blank wall as his background in the interview with the outlet's reporter, perhaps to prevent anything in his home — such as books on a shelf — from being scrutinized. Hanks also expressed "heartbreak" that his movie, which he poured years of work into, won't be experienced on the big screen. The movie was supposed to...
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Apple just announced its big plan to create its own Mac chips, signaling a radical new direction for the company's computers. Here's everything we know about it so far. (AAPL)

Apple recently unveiled its plan to create its own custom chips for Mac computers moving forward, a move that will give it greater control over the performance and features of future Macs. The switch will make it possible for iPhone and iPad apps to run natively on the Mac, and Apple is launching tools for developers to help them port over their existing Mac apps. But there are still a lot of unanswered questions around how the performance on these new machines will hold up compared to Intel-p...
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Apple announces Mac transition to Apple Silicon

In a historic day for the Mac, Apple today announced it will transition the Mac to its world-class custom silicon to deliver industry-leading performance and powerful new technologies. Developers can now get started updating their apps to take advantage of the advanced capabilities of Apple silicon in the Mac. The post Apple announces Mac transition to Apple Silicon appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
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Apple Will Let You Emulate Old Apps, Run iOS Apps on ARM Macs

At the WWDC 2020 keynote today, Apple announced that the company is going to switch from Intel chips to Apple's own silicon, based on ARM architecture. They also announced that iPad and iPhone apps will be able to run natively on ARM-powered Macs. TechCrunch reports: First, you'll be able to compile your app to run both on Intel-based Macs and ARM-based Macs. You can ship those apps with both executables using a new format called Universal 2. If you've been using a Mac for a while, you know that...
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Apple Shares Details on 1-on-1 Developer Labs and Design Awards, Releases New WWDC Messages Stickers

With the release of the updated Apple Developer app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, Apple today released some additional details and resources for developers ahead of the digital WWDC event that's set to kick off on Monday, June 22. Along with the keynote that will take place at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time at Apple Park, Apple plans to hold a traditional Platforms State of the Union at 2:00 p.m. Pacific Time to provide developers with an in-depth look at the new features in iOS/iPadOS 14, macOS 10.16,...
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Apple is said to be developing powerful new chips for its Mac computers that are a lot like the iPhone's, and we may learn about it this month (AAPL)

Apple will announce its plan to replace Intel's chips with its own in future Mac computers during its Worldwide Developers Conference, according to Bloomberg. Apple is expected to make the announcement during the conference near the end of June before launching the first computer with this chip next year. The chips that Apple is developing for the Mac will reportedly be based on the same technology as the chips that power the iPhone and iPad. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories....
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Apple Provides Advice to AirPods Pro Users Experiencing Noise Cancellation or Crackling Sound Issues

In recent months, some AirPods Pro users have been complaining about reduced noise cancellation and crackling or static sounds, particularly since the release of firmware version 2B588 for the earphones in November. As noted by 9to5Mac, Apple has now addressed these potential issues in two support documents here and here, providing affected users with troubleshooting advice. For users experiencing noise cancellation issues, Apple first says to make sure that you have the latest software inst...
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Apple Expects to See Growth in iPad and Mac Categories Next Quarter as People Work and Learn From Home

Apple today released its earnings results for the second fiscal quarter of 2020, but declined to provide guidance for the third quarter due to the current economic instability. Apple CFO Luca Maestri did provide a bit of information for investors, though, offering insight into how Apple expects the ongoing health crisis to affect product sales. Maestri said that it expects year over year performance for iPhone and the wearables category to worsen in the June quarter relative to the March quar...
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Apple's new iPhone SE is a sign of a new direction for the company, and that it's finally starting to take Android seriously (AAPL)

As major Android competitors like Google and Samsung continue to offer lower-budget models, Apple is releasing the $400 iPhone SE. Before the iPhone SE, Apple's previous low-cost options were the $700 iPhone 11, the nearly-two-year-old $600 iPhone XR, and the $450 iPhone 8 from 2017. Releasing a new, $400 iPhone is a sign the company is expanding into new markets and audiences. It further suggests that the iPhone has become more than just a revenue-driver in terms of hardware sales — it's beco...
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