Security researcher Jeff Johnson is going public with a flaw found in a macOS privacy protection system. Apple is still investigating the issue.
Digital security is crucial, but often confusing. Clario has just launched a new product that solves that problem without compromise.
Apple has finally created a web page to let you pay your Apple Card bill online. It has the same features as the iOS Wallet app.
Apple has acquired international rights to “Emancipation” an action-thriller starring Will Smith. The deal was reportedly over US$120 million.
Through July 10, Apple is giving customers a 10% bonus when adding funds to your Apple ID. The maximum amount you can add is US$200.
Path to Apple Card is a new program from Apple and Goldman Sachs to help you get approved for Apple Card if you were declined.
The deadline for developers to add Sign In with Apple into their apps is coming up tomorrow, June 30. Andrew has several guides available for readers.
In our Mac Geek Gab forums, Brian Monroe has a warning for people wanting to try the macOS Big Sur beta.
A WWDC20 presentation shows how Apple is adding support for encrypted DNS to iOS 14 and macOS 11. It will support HTTPS and TLS.
Apple is partnering with Dori Media productions in Israel on a neo-noir psychological thriller called “Losing Alice.”
Apple has given a straight-to-series order for a comedy series called “The Afterparty” from Academy Award winners Chris Miller and Phil Lord.
A new commercial Hackintosh has come and gone in not much longer than it would have taken the Bitcoin to buy it to clear. The OpenCore Computer Velociraptor appears to have gone extinct before it was ever really born.
A feature coming to Safari 14 later this year involves logging into websites with Face ID and Touch ID through the Web Authentication API.
The WWDC20 playlist is here on Apple Music. The opening playlist features Glass Animals, Alicia Keys, Weezer, The Killers, and others.
If you have hearing problems, this new iOS 14 accessibility feature, Sound Monitoring, can alert you to important noises.
The Mac Observer has a macOS Big Sur device support list so you can find out if your Mac can run Apple’s newest Mac operating system.
If you updated to macOS Catalina 10.15.4 recently, you may have seen a warning message about kernel extensions. They’re going away.
We’ve been hearing the rumor for years. Now it’s official. Macs will soon make the transition from Intel CPUs to Apple silicon.
Amid all of the announcements today we’re getting some new privacy features in iOS 14. Here are two main ones coming this year.
Good news: If you can download iOS 13, you can download iOS 14. Here’s the iOS 14 device support list for iPhones.