Apple today updated the AirPods lineup with the AirPods 3, which feature an AirPods Pro-like design featuring shorter stems, spatial audio support, Adaptive EQ, longer battery life, HD voice quality for FaceTime, IPX4 water resistance, a MagSafe case, and more. The new AirPods are priced starting at $179, which is $20 cheaper than the prior […]

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The new MacBook Pros, for the first time in a Mac, feature a notch. While some have been quick to criticize Apple’s design choice, it turns out that the notch may not be entirely visible in day-to-day use when using apps in full screen, as when macOS apps are in full-screen mode, it essentially disappears. […]

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Apple today unveiled third-generation AirPods with a similar design as the AirPods Pro and several new features, but those likely aren’t the only new headphones launching soon, as MacRumors contributor Steve Moser has found images of unreleased Beats Fit Pro earbuds in the iOS 15.1 Release Candidate seeded earlier today. The images reveal that the […]

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The new third-generation AirPods drop support for older iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch models previously supported by the second-generation AirPods. According to Apple’s specifications page for the new AirPods, the third-generation AirPods do not support the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and the iPhone 5s. They also drop support for the iPad mini 2 and […]

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Back in late September, mentions of a “High Power” mode were spotted in macOS Monterey code, and it appears Apple is still working on the feature. Battery code in the macOS Monterey release candidate mentions a “High Power” option, and this time, includes additional detail. “Your Mac will optimize performance to better support resource-intensive tasks. […]

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Apple today announced updates to Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro with new features and optimizations that take advantage of the new M1 Pro and ‌M1‌ Max chips in the all-new MacBook Pro models. Using the latest Final Cut Pro 10.6 update and the ‌M1‌ Pro and ‌M1‌ Max, video editors can now play up […]

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In an update to the macOS Monterey features page on its website, Apple has indicated that the Universal Control feature previewed at WWDC 2021 will be available later this fall, which likely means it will be enabled in a future software update. It’s not a surprise that Universal Control has been delayed beyond the initial […]

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Apple has removed all references to the original, full-sized HomePod from its website, months after officially discontinuing the smart speaker that struggled to reach mainstream adoption. The removal of references to the original ‌HomePod‌ came as a result of brand new changes to Apple’s website. With the new changes, Apple now only highlights the HomePod […]

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Apple today released a microfiber Polishing Cloth accessory, designed for cleaning the screens of Apple devices, for $19. Although today’s “Unleashed” Apple event focused on the Mac in terms of hardware with a screen, Apple tables an expansive “compatibility” list on the Polishing Cloth’s store page, featuring iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod touch, and Apple Watch […]

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Though Apple announced its M1 Pro chip with a 10-core CPU at today’s event, it turns out there is a lower-tier option available for the middle-tier 14-inch MacBook Pro. The most affordable $1,999 ‌M1‌ Pro machine features an 8-core CPU and a 14-core GPU rather than a 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU. The version with […]

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