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Next MacBook Pros Might Dump The Touch Bar
After launching the first M1 MacBook Pro in November, all eyes have turned toward the next releases. According to two reports from the most accurate analysts in the business, they could deliver everything we want. TFT Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo
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IPhone 12 Vs Samsung Galaxy S21: Which Should You Spend Your £800 On?
The year has barely begun and we already have our first heavyweight smartphone battle of 2021. Samsung has released its line-up of Galaxy S21 phones a little earlier than usual this year, and it’s clear they have Apple’s newest phone in its sights. S
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Apple’s 2020 Report Card
What started out with an earnings warning, stock drop and store closures ended up being a very successful year for Apple. Nearly every product in Apple’s catalogue saw a refresh, a couple of new ones joined the fray, and tens of millions of devices w
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Why Apple Should Release A 12in MacBook Air
I’ve been a fan of tiny Mac laptops for many years. From the 12in PowerBook G4 to the iBook to the 11in MacBook Air, I’ve always opted for the smallest laptop I could get my hands on. And yet, with the discontinuation of the 12in MacBook, the smalles
Macworld UK3 min cititeTechnology & Engineering
Apple’s AirPods Max Are Ridiculously Overpriced
Apple has launched its first non-Beats-branded pair of over-ear headphones and they certainly look great. There’s no denying that the AirPods Max are packed with features, flush with Apple’s trademark design touches (like a stitched ‘L’ so you know w
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What Is A Mini LED Display And Why Do You Want It?
We’ve heard rumours for about a year or so that Apple is on the verge of launching some products with Mini LED display technology. It could come to MacBooks, iPads, iMacs – really anything with a display, though it’s unlikely to ever end up in Apple
Macworld UK2 min citite
Apple To Launch Education And Innovation Hub
Apple’s recent announcement might not have been as exciting as a new iPhone, but its impact could be just as monumental. As part of its previously announced $100 million investment in the Racial Equity and Justice Initiative, the tech giant recently
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Help Desk
It is extremely handy to tag people you know in photos you take. You can then easily find images of those people across time and at specific events. This feature appears in Photos in iOS, iPadOS and macOS, but may not work correctly across devices wi
Macworld UK4 min cititeComputers
Apple Fitness+: Everything You Need To Know
Online fitness services have become very popular, and now Apple wants in on the business. The firm has launched Apple Fitness+, the latest service for Apple users. It combines your Apple devices, videos, and collected exercise data to allow you to ha
Macworld UK10 min cititeElectrical Engineering & Electronics
Best Network For IPhone
If you’re thinking of buying an iPhone on contract, you’ve got a SIM-free iPhone and want to sign up to a contract, or are nearing the end of a contract and want to go with a different provider, you’ll be wanting to know which network is best for you
Macworld UK6 min cititeComputers
10 Must-have Apps For Your New Apple Watch
The Apple Watch is great right out of the box, but you’ll want to add a few apps to really make it sing. Apple’s wearable is a true marvel, but you’ll never know just how useful it can be if you don’t expand your horizons a bit. When we think about t
Macworld UK2 min cititeComputers
Next MacBook Air Could Get Even Lighter And Thinner
The MacBook Air is Apple’s thinnest and lightest laptop, but it seems the company wants to make it even thinner and lighter. That’s according to a recent report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who says that Apple plans to release the redesigned MacBook A
Macworld UK4 min cititeComputers
Will 2021 Be The Year Apple’s U1 Chip Goes Wide?
Apple’s no stranger to introducing and popularizing new technologies. The original iMac wasn’t the first to use USB, but it drove adoption of the standard. Multitouch displays existed before the iPhone, but it was the first real commercial product of
Macworld UK9 min cititeTechnology & Engineering
Review: AirPods Max
Price: £549 from Apple’s latest expansion of the AirPods brand is a set of large over-the-ear wireless headphones. The AirPods Max look great, sound great and are quite comfortable despite their heavy weight. They’re also £549, a di
Macworld UK2 min cititeComputers
New Rumour Dashes Hopes Of A 5G Mac With Face ID Anytime Soon
The new M1 Macs have opened up a world of possibility for Apple’s computers, but two of the most sought-after features might take a little longer to arrive. According to a new Bloomberg report, Apple isn’t rushing to add 5G or Face ID to Macs this ye
Macworld UK2 min cititeComputers
IMac Redesign In The Works, Half-height Apple Silicon Mac Pro Coming This Year
f recent rumours are any indication, 2021 is going to be a landmark year for the Mac. We recently saw reports stating that Apple will ship 14- and 16in MacBook Pros with MagSafe, Apple silicon with more cores and enhanced GPUs, and a case redesign. N
Macworld UK4 min cititeComputers
It’s Time For The Mac To Undergo A Product-design Renaissance
Just as I wrapped up a series I worked on most of last year about the most notable Macs of all time (see, I received a comment on Twitter about a specific peculiarity about my list that I’d never considered. “It’s super interesting t
Macworld UK2 min cititeComputers
Apple To Launch VR Headset As Early As 2022
Anew report from Bloomberg gives us some updated information on Apple’s virtual reality and augmented reality plans. Mark Gurman, who has a very good record with these sorts of insider-info leaks, says that Apple plans to first sell a very high-end V
Macworld UK14 min cititeComputers
Which Mac Should You Buy?
If you’re reading this article, then the chances are you’re thinking about buying a new Mac computer and may be in need of a little guidance. Fortunately, we’re quite familiar with Apple’s Macs, and we’re happy to help you choose the right Mac for yo
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Best IPhone 12 Cases
Whether you buy the mini, Max, Pro or iPhone 12, one thing is for sure: you’re going to want to slap a case on it. Even with a new stronger ceramic coating on the screen and a thinner, more grippable design, the iPhone 12 is still dressed all in glas
Macworld UK2 min cititeComputers
If You Like The M1 MacBooks, You’ll Love What’s Coming Next
Apple’s new M1-powered MacBooks have made a whole lot of noise in the industry since their launch just a month ago, but according to a new rumour, we’ve just scratched the surface of what Apple’s new silicon can do. Bloomberg reports that Apple is ha
Macworld UK2 min cititeComputers
Apple Working On Cellular Modem, Which Could Bring 5G To The MacBook
2020 delivered a host of improvements to Apple’s silicon offerings, including the A14 Bionic and M1 processors, and it appears that the company is looking to bring even more components in-house. A recent report from Bloomberg claims that Apple has be
Macworld UK1 min cititeComputers
Microsoft Office 365 Apps Now Run Natively On Apple Silicon Macs
In a blog post last month, Microsoft said that the core apps of Office 365 – Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word – are now Universal apps that run natively on either Intel or Apple silicon. To install the updated apps, check the Mac App St
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3 Rules To Understand The Price Of Apple Products
It’s as regular as the turning of the seasons. Apple announces a new product and then the complaints that it’s overpriced start rolling in. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that selling a pair of headphones for £549 does seem a bit much. Will it succe
Macworld UK10 min cititeComputers
Review: MacBook Air (M1)
Price: £999 from When Apple said it would start producing Macs with its own system-on-chip processors, custom CPU and GPU silicon (and a bunch of other stuff) to replace parts from Intel and AMD, we figured it would be good. I never
Macworld UK2 min cititeComputers
Simple Tips For Cleaning Up Your Mac
Over time, your Mac probably accumulates a lot of cruft. Old applications you no longer use, data you have no use for, a desktop full of icons (only four of which you actually ever use)... you know what I mean. With so many people working from home l
Macworld UK4 min cititeComputers
How To Remove Start-up And Login Items On A Mac
When you turn on your Mac, various apps, add-ons and invisible background processes start running all by themselves. This is usually what you want, but you may sometimes see items running that you don’t recall adding yourself. Where do they come from
Macworld UK14 min cititeComputers
How Apple’s M1 chip performs against Intel 11th-gen and AMD Ryzen 4000
Apple’s new M1 processor took the laptop world by storm, with many proclaiming it had ended the PC’s whole career. Hyperbole and irrational fan boy flexing aside, Apple’s M1 is indeed a powerful chip. But to get a better feel against its contemporar
Macworld UK14 min cititeTechnology & Engineering
Review: IPhone 12 Mini
Price: £749 from Size matters, and for the past four years Apple fans with small hands have been crying out for the company to make an iPhone they can hold comfortably. The SE (2016) was the last 4in iPhone – most likely last in the
Macworld UK3 min cititeTechnology & Engineering
Review: MagSafe Duo Charger
Price: £129 from The best thing I can say about the MagSafe Duo charger is that it does what it’s supported to do: charge your iPhone 12 and Apple Watch at the same time. But if you’re looking for a revolutionary MagSafe charging ex
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