It’s available now, but it does cut support for quite a few Macs that Big Sur still supported. Monterey feels of a piece with maintenance-mode macOS updates like El Capitan […]
The second Release Candidate version of iOS 14.6 is now available to developers. This comes just four days after the company made the first Release Candidate available of the forthcoming […]
Apple is on its way to becoming completely self-sufficient, at least for innards of the iPhone models. After a major fallout with Qualcomm, Apple has been developing chipsets in-house for […]
Apple opens pre-orders for a number the new iPad Pro, iMac and Apple TV 4K today (April 30) and now we know when those products will start showing up.
Apple will continue its prosperous manufacturing relationship with TSMC for at least the foreseeable future.
Today is the 20th anniversary of the launch of Mac OS X, and Macworld has an interesting piece on the history leading up to it. Jason Snell goes so far as to say that the new operating system for Macs was “an act of desperation” by Apple.
iOS 14.5 beta 4 is rolling out to registered developers and public beta users today, coming two weeks after the release of iOS 14.5 beta 3. iOS 14.5 packs a […]
Amazing work, but the fact this kind of work is even needed illustrates just how anti-consumer these new Macs really are. This is an early attempt at microarchitecture documentation for […]
🤓🎉 Yay finally get Macintosh Application Environment 2.0 installed from original media onto my Sparcstation 5 running Solaris 2.3. Took a ludicrous amount of attempts but that’s cos command lines, […]