Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event was indeed loaded with announcements, including the M1-based 24-inch iMac, M1-based iPad Pro, AirTag item tracker, updated Apple TV 4K with redesigned Siri Remote, and more.
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Check out this quick tip for easily turning off the timer on your Apple Watch
Annoyed by the constant onslaught of Web ads? We explain the economics behind online advertising and offer practical tips for limiting the number of ads you see while not breaking other sites.
Apple’s M1-based Macs change how you switch drives and access troubleshooting tools at startup. Read on to learn the new techniques.
Because Adobe will no longer be addressing security vulnerabilities in Flash with updates, Flash Player now prompts users to uninstall.
Apple’s “One More Thing” turned out to be the company’s new M1 chip, which powers new models of the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini to new heights of performance and battery life. Learn more.
In the Activity app in watchOS 7, you can change your Exercise and Stand goals. Learn more now.
So many new operating systems—macOS 11 Big Sur, iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, and tvOS 14! We have a brief overview of the new features and calm advice on when you should upgrade each of your Apple devices to the latest and greatest.
Looking for a new Apple Watch or iPad? The new Apple Watch Series 6 tracks blood oxygen saturation, and the Apple Watch SE cuts the price by 30%. The new iPad Air has great performance without the iPad Pro price, and the new iPad remains cheap at $329.
Looking for a powerful desktop Mac? At long last, Apple has updated the 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display, outfitting it with 10th-generation Intel processors, increasing its RAM and storage capacities, and improving audio and video quality.