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Apple’s M1-equipped MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini have impressive speeds, but they also have integrated memory and SSDs that we assumed weren’t upgradable after purchase. According to a report coming out of China, however, adding more storage and memory isn’t impossible, it’s just not for the faint of heart. As spotted by Macrumors, an engineer who is …

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Apple Photos is a fantastic way to snap, save, store, and share your photos with you family and friends, even your Apple TV’s screensaver, but there are some photos that are for your eyes only. (This hilariously tragic recent Reddit post is just one such extreme example.) Fortunately, there’s an easy way to hide them …

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Apple’s 45th anniversary was on April 1 but the company isn’t much into celebrating such occasions. They didn’t do anything major publicly, though there was a tweet from CEO Tim Cook (who also sent a message to Apple employees). As Apple celebrates 45 years today, I’m reminded of Steve’s words from many years ago: “It’s been …

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While we’re still waiting for the March April event to bring some new products, Apple at least gave us something to talk about this week. The Worldwide Developers Conference will be held June 7-11 in an all-online format just like last year. We’re expecting some great things for the Mac, a peek at iOS 15, …

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When iPhone user Phillipe Christodoulou downloaded the Trezor app from the App Store in February, he thought he was getting a way to check his bitcoin balance by plugging his Trezor device into his iPhone’s Lightning port via a micro USB-to-Lightning adapter. Instead, the Washington Post reports, he lost his entire savings in an instant—17.1 …

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After nearly two decades and 16 versions wherein the new yearly release of OS X and macOS would increment the decimal place (10.0 through 10.15), Apple is ready to move on. According to WebKit code spotted by 9to5Mac, the next version of macOS won’t be 11.1 as we might naturally expect, but macOS 12. It’s …