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Top Stories: Hands-On With 2020 iPad Pro and MacBook Air, iOS and PadOS 13.4 Released, iPhone 12 Delay?

After last week’s flurry of product launches, Apple’s new iPad Pro and MacBook Air have started to make their way into consumers’ hands, and we’ve gone hands-on with both of them this week. Apple this week also released iOS and iPadOS 13.4 (as well as macOS, watchOS, and tvOS updates) with a number of new […]

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Apple Offering Curated Collections of TV Shows, Podcasts, Books, Movies and More Aimed at Families

Across the United States and other countries, adults and children alike are stuck in their homes for work, school, and more amid the ongoing pandemic, so Apple has is offering a collection of curated content across all of its apps that’s aimed at families. In the Apple TV app, Apple has a Kids tab available […]

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iOS Vulnerability Prevents VPNs From Encrypting All Traffic

A vulnerability affecting iOS 13.3.1 and later prevents virtual private networks (VPNs) from encrypting all traffic, allowing some internet connections to bypass encryption, potentially exposing users’ data and IP addresses. A screenshot from ProtonVPN demonstrating exposed connections to Apple’s servers that should be protected by the VPN Details on the vulnerability were shared today by […]

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Apple Donates Over 9 Million N95 Masks Stockpiled Because of California Wildfires

Apple over the weekend announced plans to donate millions of N95 masks to hospitals in the United States and Europe, and as it turns out, Apple had huge stores of masks on hand. According to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Apple donated over nine million N95 masks to healthcare professionals. Other tech companies like Facebook […]

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Est-il risqué d’installer les mises à jour iOS, iPadOS et macOS en travaillant à la maison ?

La pandémie de Coronavirus COVID-19 a mis un frein à beaucoup de choses, mais elle n’a pas empêché Apple de publier des mises à jour. Hier, Apple a sorti iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, macOS 10.15.4, watchOS 6.2 et tvOS 13.4, mettant à jour presque toute la famille de produits Apple d’un seul coup. Pour les […]

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Performance : donnez à votre PC ou votre Mac un coup de jeune avec Parallels Toolbox

Votre PC ou Mac Windows vous semble-t-il un peu lent et léthargique ? Vous manquez d’espace disque ? Avez-vous des tas de fichiers en double qui ne font que gaspiller de l’espace disque ? Bienvenue sur Parallels Toolbox. Développé par Parallels, la société plus connue pour son programme d’accès à distance Parallels Desktop, Parallels Toolbox […]

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#Jetravaillechezmoi : Quand on se met à vraiment détester le Macbook Air

Comme pour de nombreux employés, le 23 mars mars dernier à sonné le glas de l’activité de bureau de Mélinda H., community manager dans un grand groupe de médias. “On nous a filé des pochettes de transport pour les pc portables au dernier moment” dit-elle. Puis direction la maison pour entamer cette longue séance de […]

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Mobile Networks in Multiple Countries Display ‘Stay Home’ Message When Users Connect to Cellular Instead of WiFi

iPhone users in several countries who opt to turn off WiFi on their devices will see a “Stay Home” message at the top of the Control Center where cellular network information is displayed. Image via Matt Navarra According to reports on Twitter, the status bar messages are showing up in countries that include Germany, Belgium, […]

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2020 iPad Pro Unboxing Videos and First Impressions

Top Stories: New iPad Pro, MacBook Air, Powerbeats, and More With no March media event in the works, Apple this week rolled out a number of product updates including updated iPad Pro models with dual cameras, a LiDAR scanner, and a Magic Keyboard accessory with trackpad. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. […]

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Original 1978 Apple Computer Retail Sign With Iconic Rainbow Logo Being Auctioned Off

Top Stories: New iPad Pro, MacBook Air, Powerbeats, and More With no March media event in the works, Apple this week rolled out a number of product updates including updated iPad Pro models with dual cameras, a LiDAR scanner, and a Magic Keyboard accessory with trackpad. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. […]

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App Store Expanding to 20 New Countries

The App Store is expanding to 20 new countries in the near future, Apple informed developers this afternoon. Thanks to the creativity and innovation of developers like you, the ‌App Store‌ has become much more than the world’s safest marketplace. It’s grown into a vibrant platform with great apps that influence culture and change lives, […]

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Apple Watch Now Excluded From U.S. Tariffs on Chinese Goods

Apple in November asked the U.S. government to exclude the Apple Watch, AirPods, HomePod, and iPhone components from tariffs on goods imported from China, and the ‌Apple Watch‌ has been exempted. According to Bloomberg, the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday approved a tariff waiver for Apple’s wrist worn device. A 15 percent tariff on a […]

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Apple Slaps Up to 10% Price Increase on Built-to-Order Mac Configurations in Many Countries

Sometime during all the launch hype of last week’s new MacBook Air and iPad Pro, Apple quietly increased the prices of almost all Mac build-to-order options on its regional online stores outside the United States. In Canada, Europe, Australia, and many parts of Asia, customers configuring any new ‌MacBook Air‌, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, […]

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Top Stories: New iPad Pro, MacBook Air, Powerbeats, and More

With no March media event in the works, Apple this week rolled out a number of product updates including updated iPad Pro models with dual cameras, a LiDAR scanner, and a Magic Keyboard accessory with trackpad. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. On the Mac side, we got an updated MacBook Air […]

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