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Apple Says Ball In Microsoft’s Court For M1 Compatible Version Of Windows

Apple Says Ball In Microsoft’s Court For M1 Compatible Version Of Windows

Right now, Apple’s M1 Mac computers do not support Windows, which means that virtualization software like Parallels or dual booting tools like Boot Camp will not let Mac users run Windows. However, it seems that Apple isn’t completely closed to the idea of an M1 native version of Windows to make its way onto their …

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How To Check How Much RAM Is In Your Mac

How To Check How Much RAM Is In Your Mac

When you purchase a new Mac computer, you are given options as to how much RAM you want in it. For the most part, this means that you probably already know how much RAM your Mac computer already has, but in case you forgot, or if you  want to check the speed of the RAM …

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Blizzard Updates World Of Warcraft With Apple’s M1 Chipset Support

Blizzard Updates World Of Warcraft With Apple’s M1 Chipset Support

While Macs aren’t exactly known for gaming, some developers do choose to create Mac versions of their games in addition to Windows. Blizzard is one those developers where the company has been known to create Mac versions of their games alongside Windows, and not just as an afterthought. Advertising However, with Apple shifting to M1 …

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Adobe Photoshop Beta Released For Apple’s New M1 Macs

Adobe Photoshop Beta Released For Apple’s New M1 Macs

The reviews of Apple’s M1 computers are in and for the most part, they are extremely positive where many are praising the performance of these computers. However, one common thread that all these reviews have is that for now, there aren’t many apps that have been optimized for the new M1 chipset. Advertising Adobe was …

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Apple Reassures Users That macOS Isn’t Spying On Them

Apple Reassures Users That macOS Isn’t Spying On Them

Apple is a company that loves touting how they value the privacy of their customers, but recently, it seems that an incident occurred that called into question Apple’s commitment to user privacy. This comes in the form of Apple’s Gatekeeper tool that basically checks against Apple’s own servers to determine if a piece of software …

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macOS Big Sur Is Bricking Some Older MacBook Pros

Now that macOS Big Sur has been released, we’re sure that some of you might be rushing out to upgrade to the latest version of macOS. However, before you do that, it should be noted that according to several user reports on the MacRumors forum, it appears that the latest update is bricking some older …

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Three Unreleased Macs Spotted In macOS 11.0.1 Beta

Three Unreleased Macs Spotted In macOS 11.0.1 Beta

Apple did confirm earlier this year that they will be launching their first Apple Silicon based Mac computers by the end of 2020. The company did not state when, but the rumors have suggested that an event will most likely be held mid-November, although at this point in time not much is known about which …

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Apple Reportedly Inviting Developers To Workshops To Prepare For Apple Silicon

Apple Reportedly Inviting Developers To Workshops To Prepare For Apple Silicon

Given how Intel powers the majority of computers out there, it was a rather daring move on Apple’s part to ditch Intel for their own Apple Silicon chipsets. As powerful as the benchmarks are, hardware is only one side of the story because if there are no apps available for Apple Silicon computers, no one …

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