There have been conflicting reports about the version number on the newly announced version of macOS, Big Sur. Apple has confirmed what it will eventually be in two different places.
We’ve been hearing the rumor for years. Now it’s official. Macs will soon make the transition from Intel CPUs to Apple silicon.
Bryan Chaffin, Charlotte Henry, and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont for a quick analysis of the WWDC Keynote just after it finished.
Amid all of the announcements today we’re getting some new privacy features in iOS 14. Here are two main ones coming this year.
Led by Tim Cook and his executive team, Apple delivered a packed keynote at the all online WWDC 2020 on Monday. It was both a highly impressive production and full of big announcements covering iOS, watchOS, macOS, and more. There was a lot to take in, but the whole thing is available to watch back on YouTube.
Good news: If you can download iOS 13, you can download iOS 14. Here’s the iOS 14 device support list for iPhones.
At WWDC 2020, we learned about Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon Macs, as well as great new virtualization features for gamers and developers.
macOS Big Sur includes some of the biggest changes in design and Safari in years. The design copies iOS but keeps certain UI elements unique.
Apple announced plenty of awesome iOS 14 features coming this year. Here are nine of the biggest features that customers will love.
Siri in iOS 14 brings much-needed privacy improvements, and a new Translate app. Jeff Butts outlines the personal assistant’s new features.
Messages is set to get a big upgrade in iOS 14 with an overhaul to Groups and new Memoji accessories on the way too.
An animated Memoji version of Apple CEO Tim Cook wished developers “a good morning” ahead of the WWDC 2020 ‘Full Stream Ahead’ keynote.
Tim Cook has given a revealing and in-depth interview with CBS and said he was “full of secrets” in the build-up to WWDC 2020.
While conducted online or the first time, this year’s Apple Worldwide Developer Conference, WWDC, is expected to be just as exciting as ever.
If Apple moves to Arm-based Macs, will it affect Intel? Some say the move will be a double-whammy, but it might actually help the chip giant.
Kelly Guimont is joined by Patrick McCarron, a full-time iOS Developer. They discuss WWDC 2020 and how it compares to a “regular” dubdub.
Andrew uses shortcuts every day to complete tasks and they make his life easier. He has some improvements to Shortcuts in mind for iOS 14.
Bryan Chaffin is joined by Jeff Gamet to discuss macOS and Mac hardware on ARM processors, along with their ideas about how much we might see at WWDC. They also discuss their hopes for HomePod and how it might improve.
Andrew Orr and Charlotte Henry join host Kelly Guimont to discuss what they’re looking forward to seeing in the WWDC keynote next week.