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As PC market continues to decline, Apple sees Mac shipments drop in Q3 2017

Market research firm Gartner today is out with its latest data compiled during the third quarter of 2017. The data shows the overall PC industry continue to decline, with Apple also falling and facing increasing competition… more…

Mac sales continue decline in Q3, Apple drops to 5th place worldwide

Following the downward spiral of the overall PC market, Apple's Mac sales continued to atrophy in the third calendar quarter of 2017 to put the company at fifth place among fellow vendors, according to fresh estimates from research firm Gartner.

LG UltraFine gets High Sierra update to improve performance for MacBooks

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

The latest version of Apple’s Mac operating system, High Sierra, was released last week and includes a ton of new features and performance enhancements. It’s full of tweaks to essential apps like Safari, but the remarkable stuff is under-the-hood: a brand-new file system, as well as the groundwork for virtual-reality experiences. Show More Summary

Snow Leopards No Longer Endangered, Still Threatened

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets :

The snow leopard (the large cat, not Apple’s Mac OS) has officially been downgraded from “endangered” to “vulnerable.” Preservation efforts are paying off, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), […] The post Snow Leopards No Longer Endangered, Still Threatened appeared first on

Dropmark organizes links and digital files

Two years ago I was lousy at organizing web bookmarks. If I found an article I wanted to read later, a recipe or anything else I couldn’t attend to right then and there, it went into Dock in Apple’s Mac … Continued Post written by David Caolo

Intel announces new workstation focused Xeon W processors

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Intel today has announced its newest workstation class processors with the Xeon W family. The new processors replace the previous E5 series that was used in Apple’s Mac Pro and could be used in Apple’s upcoming modular Mac Pro. more...

Intel's Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, Cannon Lake, and Ice Lake CPUs: Everything you need to know.

Intel's next-generation processor lineup goes from Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake, Ice Lake, and Cannon Lake — but what do those names mean and what improvements will they offer? Intel CPUs have been at the heart of Apple's Mac laptops and desktops since the switch from PowerPC back in 2006. Show More Summary

Microsoft's Surface Plus upgrade program is a great idea... for Apple to steal and give to the Mac

3 months agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Apple’s Mac sales could use a shot in the arm. While a small group of die-hards are eagerly waiting to snatch up the $5,000 iMac Pro and whatever Apple has in store for the Mac Pro next year, the majority of Mac users are opting to spend their money on iPads or new iPhones instead. Show More Summary

Apple: Latest Mac Malware Won't Hurt You if You Update Your OS

Editor's Note: An Apple representative told Laptop Mag that all systems running up to date versions of OS X 10.11 El Capitan or macOS 10.12 are protected from all known strains of the FruitFly malware. To make sure your Mac is up to date, open the App Store app, click Updates and click Update All. Show More Summary

Nasty Mac malware can control your webcam and record everything you type

Apple’s Macs are a lot less susceptible to malware and virus attacks than their Windows-based counterparts, but they’re not malware-proof. Hackers may be more inclined to attack Microsoft’s operating system and look for code vulnerabilities, as more people use Windows devices than Macs. Show More Summary

MacBooks really aren’t safe from malware any more

A new Threats Report from McAfee Labs reveals that malware targeting Apple's Mac platform is on the rise. Not only that, but the cumulative number of Macs infected by malware during the first quarter of 2017 was higher than it's ever been during any previous quarter. Show More Summary

Apple replaces Mac hardware trade-in partner PowerOn with Phobio

After working with hardware recycling firm PowerOn for more than five years, Apple this week notified customers that a new partner, Phobio, will handle all Mac trade-ins going forward.

Apple Refreshes Mac Laptops: Pro, Vanilla, & Air All Get New CPUs

5 months agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Today at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference, the company announced a slew of hardware updates for their entire range of laptops. Every last laptop, from the mighty MacBook Pro to the humble MacBook Air is getting some sort of CPU or platform update. Show More Summary

First Listen: HomePod is Apple's AirPods, enhanced for your house

Apple's HomePod aims to further expand Siri assistance outside of iOS devices, Apple Watch, Macs, the Apple TV Remote and AirPods into the same sort of "always ready" home experience delivered by Amazon's Echo, even as it upgrades audio reproduction quality in the emerging "smart speaker" segment into the realm of affordable luxury.

WWDC: Apple Announces 'Mac OS High Sierra'

Apple took the wraps off of its next Mac OS at today's WWDC keynote, titled "High Sierra." It includes a new file system, as well as big updates to many of the most popular Mac OS apps. Tim Cook introduced the Mac OS update by calling it the "heart and soul" of Apple. Show More Summary

Metal 2 will give Mac OS gaming a big boost

5 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Metal 2 is coming to make gaming on Apple’s Mac OS computers better. It’ll also make Mac computers a better home for virtual reality. Apple revealed today during a livestream from its WWDC (Apple Worldwide Developers Conference) event in San Jose that its graphical API (application program interface ) is getting a big update along […]

WWDC 2017: Apple positions Mac updates, Mac OS High Sierra for VR developers

The upshot for the Mac and Mac OS updates from Apple is that the company is betting big on VR for professional creators as well as consumers.

Apple Releases macOS 10.12.5 — What’s New?

6 months agoNews : The Newsroom

The new software update for Apple’s Mac devices lays the groundwork for future software updates.

Today in Apple history: Mac’s first 100 days prove a roaring success

7 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

May 3, 1984: Apple marks the all-important first 100 days of Mac sales, signaling whether the product is a hit with customers. The results outstrip even Steve Jobs’ most optimistic targets. Unfortunately, not everything is as positive as it seems. Show More Summary

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