MacWorld8 min citite
There’s no denying that the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is a gorgeous and incredibly powerful piece of hardware. It’s easily one of the nicest pieces of tech I’ve ever held and the fastest iPad ever made, and it’s hard to imagine any tablet released in the ne
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Klipsch The Fives: These Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers Deliver Smooth, Refined Sound
Ever since 1946, when Paul Klipsch began selling his patented Klipschorn speakers, the company that bears his name has been inextricably linked with horn-based designs. As he discovered a decade earlier while comparing horn-loaded and cone-based spea
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Beats Studio Buds: Compact And Comfortable, But Missing A Few Features
It didn’t take long for Apple’s acquisition of Beats in 2014 to pay off for iPhone users. Apple’s associating the Beats line with iPhones in ways that make sense, such as using the W1 and later the H1 chip in many Beats headphones and earbuds, comes
MacWorld4 min cititeSecurity
How To Protect Yourself From Phishing Emails
Phishing is a cute name for a malicious practice. An attacker sends millions of emails (or even a billion) that try to convince someone they are from a legitimate source. Phishing sometimes relies on the billions of account compromises that have occu
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Fledging Shell Thunderbolt Ssd: Super Fast And Now With Cooling
Fledging has redesigned its Shell Thunderbolt SSD to excellent effect. With a new larger form factor, an honest-to-goodness fan, plus plenty of venting to circulate the extra air, it no longer feels startlingly hot to the touch after heavy use. Runni
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Focal Radiance: The Bentley of headphones
Focal produces some of the best headphones in the world, with prices to match. Bentley holds a similar position in the automotive industry, and Focal’s sibling company, Naim—also a well-respected luminary in high-end audio—has been supplying sound sy
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How Your IPhone Uses Private Tracking To Enhance Maps, Photos, And More
Apple wants your iPhone and iPad to anticipate your needs, particularly for information, and to suggest or promote ideas and information before you even know you wanted it. One method is via Significant Locations, a feature in iOS and iPadOS few peop
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Five Windows 11 Features Apple Should Steal For MacOS
It’s been six years since Microsoft unveiled a new version of Windows. Now Windows 10 users with eligible PCs can upgrade to a brand-new version of Microsoft’s OS called Windows 11. And whether Microsoft wants to admit it or not, the new Windows look
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How To Find Out Which Mac Apps Are Tracking Your Location
The privacy issues associated with our location when we’re carrying an iPhone or iPad have gotten a lot of attention. But a Mac can reveal to apps where we’re located as well. No Mac includes a GPS or cellular modem, but between Wi-Fi positioning and
MacWorld6 min citite
The M1 IMac Has More In Common With The IMac G3 Than Just Colors
It’s hard not to look at the new 24-inch iMac, which I recently had the chance to use for a week, and not feel at least a little pang of nostalgia for the original iMac. Introduced in 1998, not only did the iMac G3 save Apple, it injected a blast of
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Public Service Announcement: Keep These Apple Products ‘A Safe Distance’ From Medical Devices
Back when the iPhone 12 launched with the magnetic MagSafe connector last year, Apple warned that people with pacemakers and other medical devices should keep their handsets “a safe distance away” to avoid potentially life-threatening interference. N
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Art Text 4: Typography Mac App Adds New Creative Design Options
When it comes to creative design work, Adobe Photoshop has been a go-to for Mac users for nearly three decades. But the times they are a-changing, and in recent years a new generation of developers has released apps that are easier to use, have more
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Fastestvpn: A Good Choice For Vpn Newbies
We like simplicity when it comes to VPN services. Even if they stuff a ton of extra features into the app, it’s important that regular users can still navigate it. That’s one of the attributes that we like about FastestVPN. It also supports 10 simult
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2021 Siri Remote: A Worthwhile Upgrade For Your Apple TV
If you already have an Apple TV 4K, it’s not worth replacing. Sure, the second-generation Apple TV 4K can play back 4K HDR content at 60fps, but there’s not much need for that yet. And there’s eARC support, too. If you’re an edge case where those fea
MacWorld5 min citite
Got A New 24-inch IMac? Do These Five Things First
When that new 24-inch iMac arrives, you don’t want anyone or anything getting in your way as you unpack it and set it up. It’s an exciting moment, so go for it! But (of course there’s a “but”) after you’re done placing it perfectly on your desk, plug
MacWorld2 min citite
Hot Stuff
Nuvyyo’s over-the-air DVR plays and records local channels at native broadcast TV quality. It uses an antenna to receive local broadcasts and hooks up to your TV with an HDMI cable, but it can also stream video over Wi-Fi to Roku, Fire TV, and Androi
MacWorld7 min citite
MacOS Monterey: Universal Control, Shortcuts, Safari, And More
Apple has unveiled macOS 12 Monterey, the first major update to macOS since the big shift in macOS 11 Big Sur. There are a bunch of new features, and we’ll cover everything you need to know about the update before it arrives in the fall: the top feat
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Rapidx Modula5: A Clever Modular System For Reducing Charger Clutter
If you have a family of three or more where everyone has their own iPhone, Apple Watch, and maybe a pair of AirPods or two in there, you probably have a pretty messy countertop or table somewhere in a common area, with tangled snakes of charging cabl
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IPadOS 15: Home Screen Refresh, Simpler Multitasking, Super Notes, And More
Apple unveiled the next generation of iPadOS during the WWDC keynote, and it brings a lot of welcome changes. For the most part, Apple is simply catching up with iOS 14 features such as widgets wherever you like and the App Library, but there are als
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Mac 911
People wind up with a new name, often one that better reflects who they are or have become, for all sorts of reasons. You don’t have to keep staring at your past identity indefinitely—macOS can keep up with the name you use now. It’s not obvious, but
MacWorld4 min citite
IPadOS 15 Is Certainly An Improvement But It Doesn’t Move The Needle For Pro Users
At long last, iPadOS 15 brings many of the features iPad users have been patiently waiting for: Home Screen widgets, App Library, better multitasking, Stickies-style Quick Notes, and a desktop-caliber Safari tab bar, to name a few. Once the update ro
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The IPad’s Inevitable Mac-like Future Is Hiding In IPadOS 15
In iPadOS 15, Apple is making another round of changes to iPad multitasking. It would be easy to consider this yet another spin on the merry-go-round as Apple struggles to figure out how to break the iPad out of the iPhone’s fundamental one-app-at-a-
MacWorld5 min citite
AmazonBasics 360-watt Standby UPS: You’ll Find Better Value Alternatives In This Space
The AmazonBasics 8-outlet uninterruptible power supply (UPS) supports up to a rated 360 watts of attached equipment, which it can provide with enough battery power to run a modest computer system with a smaller monitor for about 3 to 10 minutes. This
MacWorld2 min citite
How To Stay Safe If You Don’t Log Out Of A Website
Should you worry about remaining logged into websites on your computer or mobile device when you’re not using the site? Whether you’re sitting in front of the computer or holding the mobile device or not? Generally, no. Someone would have to intercep
MacWorld4 min cititeInternet & Web
ICloud+ Private Relay Explained: Don’t Call It A VPN
This fall, Apple is upgrading all paid iCloud accounts to something it calls iCloud+. It includes several interesting new features on top of the existing iCloud storage, sync, and cloud features, but the most interesting might be something Apple call
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During its WWDC keynote presentation in June, Apple took the wraps off iOS 15. While new hardware is always exciting, iOS is maybe Apple’s most important and impactful product of all, as it gets installed on over a billion iPhones around the world. D
MacWorld4 min citite
Apple Music Lossless And Spatial Audio: Now Available
In June 2021, Apple Music got a big update, and it’s free to all subscribers. The entire catalog of over 75 million tracks will be available in a lossless audio format using ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Compression), starting with 20 million tracks and
MacWorld4 min cititeComputers
No One Actually Needs Hi-res Apple Music Audio
We’ve been hearing rumors of a new AirPods design for some time now. (Many people keep calling them AirPods 3, though there was never really an AirPods 2.) Depending on whom you believe, those are due to be announced at any time—at WWDC, or this fall
MacWorld4 min cititeComputers
How Apple’s New MacBook Can Avoid The Same Old Mistakes
The Apple rumor mill has been churning lately with reports that Apple is readying a new consumer laptop that’s thinner than the MacBook Air, available in various colors, and possibly equipped with the next generation of Apple silicon. Of course, it c
MacWorld2 min cititeComputers
Apple’s Homegrown 5G Modem Reportedly Won’t Be Arriving Anytime Soon
Apple made a big deal about 5G in the iPhone 12, but there was one thing that wasn’t mentioned in the keynote hype—the company isn’t making the modem. It’s one of the few essential iPhone chips that Apple doesn’t manufacture, and a new report says th
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