Apple released macOS Mojave Public Beta 6 on Wednesday, following Monday’s release of macOS Mojave developer beta 7.
Recent Articles By Jeff Gamet [RSS]
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to talk about what might be coming in the next Apple Watch along with what product announcements may be coming this fall. They also look back at the iMac 20 years after it first shipped.
The iMac is 20 years old, and it’s the computer that started Apple down the path to become the first company with a trillion dollar market cap. Then interim CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the first iMac on stage in May 1998, and the all-in-one computer shipped on August 15th. That computer shipped with a 233 MHz G3 processor, Mac OS 8.1, a 4 GB hard drive, and was the first Mac with USB. Check out Steve unveiling the original Bondi Blue iMac.
Instagram accounts are getting hacked in big numbers right now so you should enable two-factor authentication on your account. Read on to learn how.
Sarah Jones, Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman are joining the cast of Ronald D. Moore’s sci-fi series for Apple. Variety says,
Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, and Sarah Jones have all been cast in the series, which takes place in a world where global space race never ended. Kinnaman will play Edward Baldwin, one of the top NASA astronauts. Dorman and Jones have been cast as Gordo and Tracy Stevens, a prominent NASA couple.
Apple is lining up what looks like a power house of shows with big names writing and producing, as well as very talented actors. The first shows are expected to start rolling out some time in 2019, and I’m really looking forward to see how they stack up against Netflix and Amazon original content.
A Houston man found out the hard way Apple doesn’t call you on the phone asking for money.
Apple’s still unreleased AirPods wireless charging case may support any Qi charging pad.
Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 9 marketing campaign bags on Apple store employees, portraying them as bumbling fools blindly pushing iPhones. ZDNET decided to put that to the test. Spoiler alert: they aren’t. My take is that the employee in the ads is a proxy for Apple customers and Samsung is saying you’re stupid for buying an iPhone. They do more to bolster people who are already Samsung customers, and if all your ad campaign does is slam the competition what does that really say about your product?
Apple Pencil support may be coming to the iPhone this year, or so says TrendForce.
Andrew Orr and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to discuss Apple’s released—and now pulled—iOS 12 developer beta 7, plus they look at how Google tracks you even when you think they aren’t.
Google loves collecting as much data on our activities as it can, and that includes your location—even if you thought you disabled the “feature.” Here’s how to really stop Google from logging where you are.
Apple released iOS 12 developer beta 7 for the iPhone and iPad on Monday, but later pulled the update following reports of performance issues.
Apple pulled Group FaceTime calling from iOS 12 developer beta 7 and macOS Mojave developer beta 7 saying it plans to bring the feature back later this year.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share some tips for International Left Handed Day, along with how to photograph the Perseid meteor shower.
watchOS 5 developer beta 7 for the Apple Watch is out, along with iOS 12 and macOS Mojave developer beta 7.
The fourth generation Apple TV and Apple TV 4K got some beta love with the release tvOS 12 Developer Beta 7 on Monday.
Apple released macOS Mojave developer beta 7 on Monday to go along with iOS 12 developer beta 7.
Just a week after releasing iOS 12 developer beta 6, Apple rolled out iOS 12 developer beta 7 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Monday.
Apple released Shortcuts beta 2 for iOS 12 just before the weekend. The update adds in HomeKit support, but right now it’s very limited.
August 13th is International Left Handers Day, which means it’s time to celebrate those the southpaws among us. Check out the tips, apps, and other products we rounded up to mark the occasion.