Use Stacks and Search in macOS to get work done

Use Stacks and Search in macOS to get work done

Here's how to maintain desktop law and order — and find those frequently wanted items fast.

Apple lives by its own privacy rules

Apple lives by its own privacy rules

As Apple prepares to limit the way app developers track users, it also shows it lives by its own rules.

Q&A: Adobe explains the transition to Apple Silicon

Q&A: Adobe explains the transition to Apple Silicon

I caught up with Adobe to find out more about the experience of recompiling Photoshop for Apple Silicon.

Jamf move improves enterprise security and compliance for macOS

Jamf move improves enterprise security and compliance for macOS

Jamf has acquired a security and compliance tool that should make it easier for more enterprises to move to Macs.

Why WWDC 2021 should take place online

Why WWDC 2021 should take place online

We've all sacrificed too much to put recovery at risk for Apple to hold an in-person WWDC event this year.

Apple's AR glasses and a future for 'AppleCare'

Apple's AR glasses and a future for 'AppleCare'

As big tech takes chunks out of private health, keep watching what Apple does in machine vision, as it may hint at plans to transform yet another industry — eye care.

HSBC now offers Mac-friendly choice scheme

HSBC now offers Mac-friendly choice scheme

And the big bank says it plans to reduce office space by 40% as business becomes remote.

UK regulators launch Apple App Store probe

UK regulators launch Apple App Store probe

Apple faces yet more scrutiny over its App Store business model as UK regulators launch an investigation.

Apple-friendly debugger helps make apps and websites accessible

Apple-friendly debugger helps make apps and websites accessible

At a time when accessibility in apps and websites matters more than ever, Evinced is a new debugging tool that helps developers achieve just that.

Enterprise collaboration enters the innovation fast lane

Enterprise collaboration enters the innovation fast lane

The collaboration tools we use are iterating rapidly, driven by the huge surge in remote working as evidenced by the massive success of Zoom.

Apple on track for 3nm silicon iPhones and more in 2022

Apple on track for 3nm silicon iPhones and more in 2022

Expect even steeper performance and power management gains next year, as Apple's plans to switch to 3-nanometer chips fall into place.

Apple's indoor maps format is now a standard; here's why that matters

Apple's indoor maps format is now a standard; here's why that matters

Adoption of the standard is a foundational step for new business opportunity and voice-first interface design.

Driven by pandemic, the US enters the world of Apple Pay

Driven by pandemic, the US enters the world of Apple Pay

Use of mobile wallets is rapidly catching up with cash payments in the US; cash transactions worldwide have declined 42% since 2019.

Amazon switches on macOS Big Sur for AWS

Amazon switches on macOS Big Sur for AWS

Amazon’s decision to introduce Mac support via AWS illustrates Apple’s growing importance in enterprise IT,

Something new, something old in Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro upgrade

Something new, something old in Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro upgrade

The refreshed MacBook Pro laptops expected later this year will only be available with an M-series chip, offer no Touch Bar, add an SD-card reader and may support 8K displays.

Why Apple should let you define private places on iPhones

Why Apple should let you define private places on iPhones

A recent study shows that even location data can reveal a lot of information about people.

Apple is investing in 6G, but it doesn’t matter (yet)

Apple is investing in 6G, but it doesn’t matter (yet)

We shouldn't get too excited that Apple is investing in next-generation 6G technology development.

Apple publishes in-depth M1, Mac, and iOS security guide

Apple publishes in-depth M1, Mac, and iOS security guide

Apple Platform Security Guide 2021 reveals all the latest security changes introduced in A14 chips and new M1 Macs.

If you liked the M1 Macs, you'll love the M1X

If you liked the M1 Macs, you'll love the M1X

Fresh speculation suggests Apple's next wave of M-powered Macs will deliver screaming+ performance.

iPad gains much-improved Microsoft Office app

iPad gains much-improved Microsoft Office app

Microsoft reads the zeitgeist with a welcome release for iPad-toting professionals that combines Word, PowerPoint and Excel inside an easy to manage experience.

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