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Archive for June, 2016

Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pro looms

“Apple only sells one laptop with an optical disc drive and a spinning hard drive — and that laptop may not be long for this world,” Sean Hollister reports for CNET. “The 13-inch unibody MacBook Pro, originally introduced in 2008 …

 

Apple’s big security upgrades will save you from yourself

“During this week’s WWDC keynote, executives touted improvements to popular services like Siri, iMessage, and Apple Music. They demonstrated exciting new uses for nascent features like 3D Touch. Amid all the fuss, though, they neglected to talk much about the …

 

Apple ditches Adobe Flash in Safari on macOS Sierra

“In Safari 10, set to ship with macOS Sierra, Apple plans to disable common plug-ins like Adobe Flash, Java, Silverlight, and QuickTime by default in an effort to focus on HTML5 content and improve the overall web browsing experience,” Juli …

 

Apple unveils iOS 10, the mother of all iOS releases

Apple today previewed iOS 10, the biggest release ever of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, featuring a huge update to Messages that delivers more expressive and animated ways to message friends and family, like stickers and full-screen effects. …

 

Apple previews major update with macOS Sierra

Apple today previewed macOS Sierra , a major update to the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, with new features that make the Mac smarter and more helpful than ever. Siri is now on the Mac with brand-new capabilities to …

 

Powerful new Siri capabilities and single sign-on coming to Apple TV

Apple today announced powerful new Siri capabilities, single sign-on for Apple TV and many more great new features for users, making the entertainment experience in the living room even better. With expanded Siri capabilities, including searching across even more apps, …

 

What to expect at Apple’s big WWDC event on Monday

“Apple’s keynote address, at 10 a.m. PT in San Francisco, will kick off its annual World Wide Developers Conference,” Heather Kelly reports for CNNMoney. “Be warned: There will probably be no shiny new hardware and no fresh gadgets on which …