Apple announces Self Service Repair program, starting with iPhone 12 and iPhone 13

November 18, 2021
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Apple announced on Wednesday the Self Service Repair program, which will allow consumers (who are completely comfortable with doing their own repairs) access to Apple genuine parts and tools. The program will firstly be made available for the users of iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, soon to be followed by Mac computers featuring M1 chips. […]

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Apple announces Unleashed Event on October 18, M1X MacBook Pro and AirPods 3 expected

October 14, 2021
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Apple on Tuesday has officially announced its highly-anticipated October event, which is scheduled on Monday, October 18, and will be broadcast live from Apple Park. Named “Unleashed”, the tech giant is most likely hinting that the new M1X-powered MacBook Pros and AirPods 3 are possibly coming. Apple’s last held virtual conference was just a month […]

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Apple posts ‘Celebrating Steve’ Tribute video on YouTube

October 7, 2021
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Apple commemorated the tenth death anniversary of Steve Jobs on Tuesday, October 5, by transforming its website homepage with a letter signed by Steve Jobs’ family and a short video entitled ‘Celebrating Steve’. The statement from the Jobs family says: For a decade now, mourning and healing have gone together. Our gratitude has become as […]

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Apple to Officially Discontinue the iMac Pro

March 7, 2021
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Apple verified that it will be discontinuing the item after supplies run out. Apple is officially discontinuing the iMac Pro desktop computer, the tech giant announced on Saturday. The company is still offering the base model on its website, but only “while supplies last.” The default configuration is the only option available, which means you […]

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Things to do before sending a Mac for Repair 

January 21, 2021
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Do you think that there is a problem with your Apple Mac and you want to send it for repair? Well it is a great thing to do before it actually starts showing problem- however, there are a few things you should do before sending your Mac for repair. Backup everything essential Before you send […]

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Warning Signs That It’s Time To Replace Your Mac Right Now

July 21, 2020
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The average lifespan of a Mac is relatively longer as compared to other OS, though how long it lasts for you would depend on individual factors. If you use it mostly for web browsing, you will probably be able to stretch it for longer. On the other hand, extensive usage of apps and performing high-intensity […]

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Surfs Up! What’s the Best Browser for Mac?

June 15, 2020
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When it comes to accessing the internet on a Mac, the default Safari browser just doesn’t live up to the abilities of other options.  If you’re interested in upgrading your web experience, you’ll have to make a switch. But the question remains: Which is the best browser for Mac? In this article, we will cover […]

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7 Ways You Can Know That Your Mac Is Virus Infected

April 3, 2019

A few years back it was strictly believed that Macs are completely protected from any type of infections. It was considered that it is only the Windows PC that can be compromised. But, in the present context, it is no more right, as Mac is no more 100% safer from malware infections. Yes, Macs can […]

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Top Reasons Why Macs are Better than PCs

August 30, 2018

Every computer user must have gone through the debate on why Macs are better than Windows PCs. But I can guarantee they must never have reached to the conclusion as better is a very subjective term and everyone has a difference of opinions towards the computer.  For those people who don’t know what Macs are? […]

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A Look at Mac’s Keyboard Issue

June 3, 2018

A Look at All of Mac’s Laptop Issues (Keyboard, trackpad, and speakers) Owners of some MacBook’s (and MacBook Pros) have experienced issues with the USB-C, trackpad, keyboard, speakers, and more. Here are strangest, biggest and the most awkward issues, which have been reported with the MacBook Pro 2016, detailing how to tell if you are […]

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How Mac Cleaner Software Could Fix the Performance Issues

March 24, 2018

Like any other operating system, Mac is not free of its limitations and certain performance issues. Here, over occupied disk space is one possible reason that makes your system run slow and sluggish. While there could be numerous reasons behind your system disk space get cluttered and over occupied but unnecessary files and applications cause […]

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How to Convert Mac Outlook OLM File to Outlook PST Format?

March 15, 2018

MS Outlook has come up with both Windows and MAC operating system. Although Windows and Mac support the same email application, the functionality and database of MS Outlook in both platforms are different. Earlier Microsoft Outlook was not a part of MS Office suite for MAC but had to be downloaded separately. Whereas Windows Outlook […]

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An Insight into Stellar Drive Defrag for Mac OS X

September 18, 2015

Drive fragmentation – most PC users are familiar with the term but seldom understand what it means. Over a period of time, as data is written and deleted form a hard drive, the file system finds it increasingly difficult to keep related data together. To a user it may seem that all related files are […]

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Should I overclock or optimize my Mac?

March 28, 2013

Sluggish behaviour of Mac is one of the hot topic discussed by Mac users through different discussion channels. Mac users always want to speed up their Mac by any means so that, they could do their work fast. There are two ways to speed up their Mac either by overclocking and optimize Mac OS X. […]

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MacBook Pro 13″ Retina – “For the Pro in all of us”

October 25, 2012

Apple has just released a TV ad for their latest addition to the MacBook Pro Retina line of great laptops! It’s the long-awaited 13″ laptop – and it’s gorgeous. Check it out:

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Mac maintenance and optimization Tips

October 22, 2012

Do you have any idea about “optimization” and “maintenance”and why Mac users follow these terms ? Actually these are the magical terms which a Mac owner uses to carve maximum out of his machine. Here we are discussing these techniques in details. How to optimize Mac drive? 1. Truly Remove Applications and Components:– When you […]

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MacBook Pro Retina – video ad

June 13, 2012

The new MacBook Pro Retina laptop is hot! I don’t mean hot-warm, but hot-hot. I surely wouldn’t mind having one of them on my desk… Anyway, Apple has now aired a video ad showing off the new MacBook Pro Retina – you can see it below. And if you want to watch the entire keynote […]

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Best Wireless Routers for Mac Users

March 22, 2011

There are dozens of wireless routers in the retailers’ electronics departments that infamously claim to be “Mac compatible.” If you or one of your friends has ever purchased one of these routers, they either own a PC or know that compatible is used quite loosely. So what router should you buy if you have a […]

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Why I will not upgrade to new Sandy Bridge MacBook Pro’s. Or, what I’m hoping for in next upgrade

March 8, 2011

Apple updated their MacBook Pro’s last month with super fast Sandy Bridge stuff. They also got the new Thunderbolt I/O technology which is brand new so there’s basically nothing out there you can connect to it yet, but I’m sure it will come soon – I’m just not sure what we need that much speed […]

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Apple reveals new MacBook Pro’s with Sandy Bridge, AMD graphics and Thunderbolt I/O

February 24, 2011

Surprise, surprise. As if the world didn’t already knew that Apple was going to release Sandy Bridge MacBook Pro’s in the near future – well, the near future has arrived, because today the Apple Store was updated with new MacBook Pro models. All of them with the new Intel Sandy Bridge Core i5 and i7 […]

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Is Your Precious Mac Running Too Slow? Here are Simple Ways to Speed It Up

February 13, 2011

Even if you have done all of the possible things to make it faster, your beloved Mac might still be running a tad slow. As time goes by, your hard disk space is filling up rapidly and applications seem to be moving at a snail’s pace.  Do not worry too much about this, because you […]

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10 Best Printers for Macs

January 6, 2011

As a Mac user, you already realize that some peripherals are simply not suited for use with an Apple computer. Most printers are capable of interfacing with both Mac and Windows machines, but there are some printers that are just better when used with Mac hardware. Here are the ten best printers to consider if […]

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Mac App Store now open!

January 6, 2011

The Mac App Store was launched today which now gives you access to tons of apps and games directly on your Mac and not just on your iPhone and iPad. The apps are not the same as the apps in the iOS App Store are developed and designed for use on a Mac, so if […]

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Flash no longer included on Macs per default

October 27, 2010

The new MacBook Air from Apple comes without Flash pre-installed, something which Mac’s have had for a long time. But as you might know, Steve Jobs is not a big fan of Flash and Flash is not even possible on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Apple is now doing the same as Microsoft by […]

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